Helen Mirren
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America (2006)
[ Jennifer Jason-Leigh ][ Isabelle A ]
The Queen (2006)
[ Tina Jo Bagne ]
Prime Suspect 7 (2006)
Elizabeth I (2005)
Shadowboxer (2005)
[ Vanessa Ferlito ][ Mo'Nique ][ Macy Gray ][ Vivienne Westwood ]
Trailer for a Remake of Gore Vidal's Caligula (2005)
[ Milla Jovovich ][ Courtney Love ][ Karen Black ][ Michelle Phillips ][ Adriana Asti ]
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy (2005)
[ Zooey Deschanel ][ Kelly MacDonald ][ Anna Chancellor ]
Pride (2004)
[ Kate Winslet ]
Raising Helen (2004)
[ Paris Hilton ][ Kate Hudson ][ Joan Cusack ][ Felicity Huffman ][ Amber Valletta ]
The Clearing (2004)
[ Wendy Crewson ][ Melissa Sagemiller ][ Diana Scarwid ][ June Cochran ]
Prime Suspect 6 (2003)
[ Claire Holman ]
Calendar Girls (2003)
[ Julie Walters ][ Celia Imrie ]
The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003)
[ Anne Bancroft ]
Door to Door (2002)
[ Felicity Huffman ][ Kyra Sedgwick ][ Michaela Garrett ][ Kathy Baker ]
Georgetown (2002)
[ Joanna Going ]
Gosford Park (2001)
[ Maggie Smith ][ Emily Watson ][ Kristin Scott-Thomas ][ Kelly MacDonald ][ Natasha Wightman ]
Last Orders (2001)
[ Kelly Reilly ][ Kyla Irlam ]
Happy Birthday (2001)
[ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Caroline Rhea ]
On the Edge (2001)
[ Joey Lauren Adams ][ Andie MacDowell ][ Ellen Degeneres ][ Beverly D'Angelo ][ Jolene Blalock ]
No Such Thing (2001)
[ Sarah Polley ][ Julie Christie ]
The Pledge (2001)
[ Robin Wright ][ Vanessa Redgrave ]
Greenfingers (2000)
Teaching Mrs. Tingle (1999)
[ Katie Holmes ][ Molly Ringwald ][ Vivica Fox ][ Leslie Ann ][ Marisa Coughlan ]
The Passion of Ayn Rand (1999)
[ Julie Delpy ]
The Prince of Egypt (1998)
[ Sandra Bullock ][ Michelle Pfeiffer ][ Whitney Houston ]
Critical Care (1997)
[ Anne Bancroft ][ Kyra Sedgwick ]
Prime Suspect 5: Errors of Judgment (1996)
[ Marsha Thomason ][ Gabrielle Reidy ]
Losing Chase (1996)
[ Kyra Sedgwick ]
Some Mother's Son (1996)
[ Fionnula Flanagan ]
Prime Suspect 4: The Lost Child (1995)
[ Beatie Edney ]
The Snow Queen (1995)
[ Imelda Staunton ]
Prime Suspect 4: Scent of Darkness (1995)
[ Zoe Wanamaker ]
Prime Suspect 4: Inner Circles (1995)
[ Kelly Reilly ]
The Madness of King George (1994)
[ Amanda Donohoe ]
Prince of Jutland (1994)
[ Kate Beckinsale ]
Prime Suspect 3 (1993)
The Hawk (1993)
[ Caroline Paterson ]
Prime Suspect 2 (1992)
Where Angels Fear to Tread (1991)
[ Helena Bonham Carter ][ Judy Davis ]
Prime Suspect (1991)
[ Zoe Wanamaker ]
Bethune: The Making of a Hero (1990)
[ Anouk Aimee ]
The Comfort of Strangers (1990)
[ Natasha Richardson ]
Red King, White Knight (1989)
The Cook the Thief His Wife & Her Lover (1989)
[ Alex Kingston ]
When the Whales Came (1989)
Pascali's Island (1988)
Cause célèbre (1987)
The Mosquito Coast (1986)
[ Martha Plimpton ][ Linda Weir ]
White Nights (1985)
[ Isabella Rossellini ][ Maryam D'Abo ][ Chaka Khan ]
Coming Through (1985)
[ Alison Steadman ]
Heavenly Pursuits (1985)
2010 (1984)
[ Cia Berg ][ Mary Jo Deschanel ]
Cal (1984)
Cymbeline (1982)
[ Claire Bloom ]
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1981)
[ Pippa Guard ]
Excalibur (1981)
[ Cherie Lunghi ][ Katrine Boorman ]
Mrs. Reinhardt (1981)
The Long Good Friday (1980)
[ Gillian Taylforth ]
The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu (1980)
[ Katia Tchenko ]
Hussy (1980)
[ Jenny Runacre ]
The Quiz Kid (1979)
Blue Remembered Hills (1979)
S.O.S. Titanic (1979)
[ Cloris Leachman ][ Susan Saint James ][ Deborah Fallender ]
Caligola (1979)
[ Teresa Ann Savoy ][ Anneka Di-Lorenzo ][ Mirella D'Angelo ][ Adriana Asti ]
As You Like It (1978)
The Collection (1976)
Hamlet (1976)
The Little Minister (1975)
The Apple Cart (1975)
The Philanthropist (1975)
Caesar and Claretta (1975)
The Changeling (1974)
Coffin for the Bride (1974)
[ Marcia Fox ]
Bellamira (1974)
O Lucky Man! (1973)
[ Rachel Roberts ]
Savage Messiah (1972)
Miss Julie (1972)
Age of Consent (1969)
Colpo rovente (1969)
[ Barbara Bouchet ]
A Midsummer Night's Dream (1968)
[ Judi Dench ][ Diana Rigg ]
Herostratus (1967)

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Perhaps the ultimate thinking man's sex symbol, Helen Mirren is also one of the most respected actresses of British stage, screen, and television. With classical training, years of work on the London stage, an acclaimed television series, and dozens of films to her name, Mirren has proven herself an actress of talent, versatility, and unforgettable presence.Born Ilynea Lydia Mironoff on July 26, 1945 in London, Mirren is a descendant of the White Russian nobility. Her father was a member of an aristocratic Russian military family who came to England during the Russian Revolution, but while Mirren was growing up, he worked in turn as a violinist with the London Philharmonic, a taxi driver, and a driving instructor. His daughter, on the other hand, knew her true calling by the age of six, when she realized she wanted to become an actress, in the "old fashioned and traditional sense." After trying to please her parents with a stint at a teacher's college, Mirren joined the National Youth Theatre, where she first made her mark playing Cleopatra. The acclaim for her performance led the way to other work, and she was soon a member of the vaunted Royal Shakespeare Company, with whom she performed a wide range of classics. Her stage career thriving, Mirren made her screen debut in 1968 in the somewhat forgettable Herostratus. The same year, she made a more auspicious appearance as Hermia in Peter Hall's lauded adaptation of A Midsummer Night's Dream, and her screen career soon took off. She worked steadily throughout the late 1960s and 1970s, starring in 1969's The Age of Consent and working with such directors as Robert Altman on The Long Goodbye (1973) and Lindsay Anderson on O Lucky Man! (also 1973). In 1977, Mirren earned permanent notoriety for her work in Caligula, a mainstream porn offering from the powers at Penthouse that also starred such notables as Peter O'Toole, John Gielgud, and Malcolm McDowell.During the subsequent decade, Mirren continued to work on the stage, and she also broadened her cinematic resume and fan base with such films as Excalibur (1981) and Cal (1984). Her portrayal of an older woman in love with a younger man in the latter film earned her a Best Actress award at the Cannes Film Festival and further established her reputation as an actress willing to explore the kind of unconventional relationships often ignored on the screen. The actress' willingness go beyond safe conventionality was demonstrated with her work in such films as The Mosquito Coast (1986), Pascali's Island (1988), The Cook, The Thief, His Wife and Her Lover (1989), and The Comfort of Strangers (1991). She reprised the role of an older woman in love with a younger man in Where Angels Fear to Tread in 1991, proving that seven years after Cal, her powers of attraction had been in no way tempered by time.At the beginning of the 1990s, Mirren began appearing on the television series Prime Suspect. Her character, Jane Tennison, a hard-boiled detective, proved immensely popular with viewers and critics alike, and she stayed with the series for its five incarnations. She also continued to do acclaimed work for the stage and screen, earning a Cannes Best Actress award and Oscar and BAFTA nominations for her work in The Madness of King George in 1994, and making her Broadway debut in Turgenev's A Month in the Country in 1995. The following year she earned further acclaim for her work in Some Mother's Son, in which she played the mother of a Belfast prison hunger striker. In 1999, she played the titular teacher in Kevin Williamson's disappointing Teaching Mrs. Tingle, earning the only good reviews given the movie, and she again won over critics with her title role in the made-for-television The Passion of Ayn Rand, earning an Emmy for her performance. Back on the big screen, Mirren continued with a lighthearted role as a master gardener in Greenfingers, turned up in director Hal Hartley's comic monster fable No Such Thing and earned her second Oscar nomination for her reteaming with Altman in the director's acclaimed comedy Gosford Park (2001).

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