Helen Mirren

Born:  July 26, 1945, London, England

 

1967:  Herostratus

1968:  A Midsummer Night’s Dream

1969:  Age of Consent

1970:  Red Hot Shot

1972:  Savage Messiah

1973:  O Lucky Man!

1975:  Caesar and Claretta, The Philanthropist

1976:  Hamlet

1979:  Caligula, The Quiz Kid

1980:  Hussy, The Long Good Friday, The Fiendish Plot of Dr. Fu Manchu

1981:  Excalibur

1984:  Cal, 2010

1985:  White Nights

1986:  Heavenly Pursuits, The Mosquito Coast

1988:  Pascali’s Island

1989:  When The Whales Came, The Cook The Thief His Wife And Her Lover

1990:  The Comfort of Strangers, Bethune: The Making of A Hero

1991:  Where Angels Fear To Tread

1993:  The Hawk

1994:  Royal Deceit, The Madness of King George

1995:  The Snow Queen

1996:  Some Mother’s Son

1997:  Critical Care

1998:  The Prince of Egypt

1999:  Teaching Mrs. Tingle

2000:  Greenfingers

2001:  The Pledge, No Such Thing, Happy Birthday, Last Orders, Gosford Park

2003:  Calendar Girls

2004:  The Clearing, Raising Helen

2005:  Shadowboxer

2006:  The Queen

2007:  National Treasure: Book of Secrets

2008:  Inkheart

2009:  State of Play, The Last Station

2010:  Love Ranch, The Debt, The Tempest, Brighton Rock, Legend of the Guardians: the Owls of Ga’Hoole, RED

2011:  Arthur

2012:  The Door, Hitchcock

2013:  Monsters University, RED 2

2014:  The Hundred-Foot Journey

2015:  Woman In Gold, Eye In The Sky, Trumbo

2016:  Collateral Beauty

2017:  The Fate of the Furious, The Leisure Seeker

2018:  Winchester, The Nutcracker and the Four Realms

2019:  Berlin I Love You, Anna, Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & Shaw, The Good Liar

2020:  The One And Only Ivan, The Duke

2021:  F9: The Fast Saga

 

Academy Award:  Best Actress, The Queen (2006)
Nominations:  Best Supporting Actress, The Madness of King George (1994); Gosford Park (2001); Best Actress, The Last Station (2009)

Golden Globe Awards:  Best Actress-TV Movie/Miniseries, Losing Chase (1996); Elizabeth I (2006); Best Actress-Drama, The Queen (2006)
Nominations:  Best Actress-TV Movie/Miniseries, The Passion of Ayn Rand (1999); Best Supporting Actress, Gosford Park (2001); Best Actress-TV Movie/Miniseries, Door To Door (2002); The Roman Spring Of Mrs. Stone (2003); Best Actress-Musical/Comedy, Calendar Girls (2003); Best Actress-TV Movie/Miniseries, Prime Suspect: The Final Act (2006); Best Actress-Drama, The Last Station (2009); Hitchcock (2012); Best Actress-TV Movie/Miniseries, Phil Spector (2013); Best Actress-Musical/Comedy, The Hundred-Foot Journey (2014); Best Supporting Actress, Trumbo (2015); Best Actress-Musical/Comedy, The Leisure Seeker (2017); Best Actress-TV Movie/Miniseries, Catherine The Great (2019)

Screen Actors Guild Awards:  Outstanding Motion Picture Cast, Gosford Park (2001); Best Supporting Female, Gosford Park (2001); Best Female Actor-TV Movie/Miniseries, Elizabeth I (2006); Best Female Actor, The Queen (2006); Best Female Actor-TV Movie/Miniseries, Phil Spector (2013)
Nominations:  Best Female Actor-TV Movie/Miniseries, The Passion of Ayn Rand (1999); Best Female Actor-TV Movie/Miniseries, Door to Door (2002); Best Female Actor-TV Movie/Miniseries, The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone (2003); Best Female Actor, The Last Station (2009); Best Female Actor, Hitchcock (2012); Outstanding Motion Picture Cast, Trumbo (2015); Best Female Actor, Woman In Gold (2015); Best Supporting Female, Trumbo (2015)

Venice Film Festival Award:  Best Actress, The Queen (2006)

 

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