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Helen McCrory Biography or Wiki
Helen McCrory was an English actress, a model who is well known for her work as Cherie Blair in The Queen (2006) and The Special Relationship (2010). She also acted in the film Charlotte Gray (2001). She was famous for her role as Narcissa Malfoy in the final three Harry Potter films, Mama Jeanne in Martin Scorsese’s family film Hugo (2011). Later she portrayed Clair Dowar in the James Bond film Skyfall (2012), Polly Gray in Peaky Blinders (2013–2019), Emma Banville in Fearless (2017), and Kathryn Villiers in MotherFatherSon (2019).
She is the recipient of a London Film Critics’ Circle, Critics’ Circle Theatre Award, Glamour Awards and so on.
Helen McCrory was born on 17 August 1968 (age 52 years) in London, England.
Helen McCrory Education
Helen McCrory did her schooling from Queenswood School near Hatfield, Hertfordshire and later pursue her graduation in Drama Centre in London. She was a studious child. At the age of 6, she started dreaming about films as a child actress.
Helen McCrory Family, Affairs & Husband
Helen McCrory’s father’s name is Iain McCrory who is a is a diplomat from Glasgow, and her mother’s name is Ann (née Morgans) who is a homemaker. She has an elder sister, Mamta Matondkar, who is a former actress and a younger sister’s name is Pooja Matondkar. Urmila also has one elder brother, Kedar Matondkar, who is an Aircraft Maintenance Technician in the Indian Air Force.
Helen McCrory has been in relationships with James Murray and Rufus Sewell.
Helen McCrory married actor Damian Lewis on 4 July 2007 and has a daughter, born on September 8, 2006. Her daughter’s name is Manon, and her son’s name is Gulliver.
Helen McCrory began her acting career on stage with the 1990 production of ‘The Importance of Being Earnest.’ The following year, she appeared in the National Theatre’s ‘Blood Wedding,’ for which she garnered the Manchester Evening News’ Best Actress Award. In 1993, she played the role of Rose Trelawny in the play ‘Trelawny of the ‘Wells’. Her performance earned her the third prize at the Ian Charleson Awards.
In the early 2000s, the actress featured in the series ‘Anna Karenina’, ‘North Square’ and ‘In a Land of Plenty’. During this time, she also played Francoise in the British–Australian–German movie ‘Charlotte Gray’. The film, directed by Gillian Armstrong, is an adaptation from Sebastian Faulks’ novel of the same name.
McCrory starred as Rose Davies in the sitcom ‘The Jury’ in 2002. She then appeared alongside Jim Caviezel, Richard Harris, and Guy Pearce in the adventure drama flick ‘The Count of Monte Cristo’ the same year. The movie was a modest box office success.
In 2009, she was cast as Narcissa Malfoy in ‘Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince’, the sixth installment in the Harry Potter movies series. She later reprised her role in the film’s sequel ‘Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows’.
In the early 2010s, McCrory acted in the film ‘Hugo’ as Mama Jeanne.
Biography of Helen McCrory
|Age (as of 2020)||52 Years|
|College||Drama Centre, London|
|First Film or Movie||Interview with the Vampire (1994)|
|Family||Father name– Iain McCrory (Diplomat from Glasgow)
Helen McCrory father Iain McCroryMother name– Ann (homemaker)
Helen McCrory mother AnnSisters– NA
|Marital Life and Affairs|
|Affairs/Boyfriends||Damian Lewis (Actor, Producer)|
|Husband||Damian Lewis (Actor, Producer)|
|Marriage Date||4 July 2017|
|Salary (approx.)||₹1-2 Crores/film|
|Net Worth (approx.)||$20 million|
|1991||Blood Wedding||Manchester Evening News Theatre Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|1993||Trelawny of the ‘Wells’||Ian Charleson Award||Best Actress||3rd place|
|1995||Macbeth||Shakespeare Globe Awards||Richard Burton Award For Most Promising Newcomer||Won|
|Streetlife||Monte-Carlo Television Festival||Best Actress||Won|
|Royal Television Society||Best Actress||Won|
|1997||BAFTA Cymru||Best Actress||Won|
|North Square||London Film Critics’ Circle||Best Actress||Won|
||Broadcasting Press Guild Awards||Best Actress||Won|
|Evening Standard Theatre Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2002||Uncle Vanya||Drama Desk Awards||Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2003||WhatsOnStage Awards||Best Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|Satellite Awards||Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film||Nominated|
|2004||Charles II: The Power and The Passion||L.A. Television Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2005||WhatsOnStage Awards||Best Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2006||As You Like It
||Laurence Olivier Award||Best Actress||Nominated|
|London Film Critics’ Circle||Supporting Actress of the Year||Nominated|
|2007||Rosmersholm||Evening Standard Theatre Awards||Best Actress (longlisted]||Nominated|
|2008||The Late Middle Classes||WhatsOnStage Awards||Best Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|2011||The Late Middle Classes||Royal Television Society||Best Actress||Nominated|
|2012||Gold Derby Awards||Ensemble Cast||Nominated|
|The Last of the Haussmans||Evening Standard Theatre Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|The Last of the Haussmans||Glamour Awards||Theatre Actress of the Year||Won|
|2013||WhatsOnStage Awards||Best Supporting Actress in a Play||Nominated|
|Laurence Olivier Award||Best Actress in a Supporting Role||Nominated|
|Biarritz International Festival of Audiovisual Programming||TV Series and Serials: Actress||Won|
||Crime Thriller Awards||Best Supporting Actress||Nominated|
|Evening Standard Theatre Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|Medea||Critics’ Circle Theatre Award||Best Actress||Won|
|2015||Satellite Awards||Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film||Nominated|
|Penny Dreadful||Critics’ Choice Television Award||Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series||Nominated|
|2016||Evening Standard Theatre Awards||Best Actress||Nominated|
|The Deep Blue Sea||WhatsOnStage Awards||Best Actress in a Play||Nominated