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English actress (born 1966)
Helena Bonham Carter is ...
|Born||26 May 1966 in Islington|
|Age||57 years, 1 months|
|Sex or gender||female|
|Country of citizenship||United Kingdom|
|Father||Raymond Bonham Carter|
|Mother||Elena Propper de Callejon|
|Sibling||Edward Bonham Carter|
|Child||Billy Burton and Nell Burton|
|Occupation||film actor, voice actor and stage actor|
|Nominated for||Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress, Academy Award for Best Actress and European Film Award – People's Choice Award for Best European Film|
|Awards||Commander of the Order of the British Empire, Britannia Awards, Genie Awards, Satellite Awards and Screen Actors Guild Award|
|Relative||Jane Bonham Carter, Baroness Bonham-Carter of Yarnbury and Raymond Asquith, 3rd Earl of Oxford and Asquith|
|Educated at||Westminster School, South Hampstead High School, Bournville School and Fine Arts College|
|Hair color||black hair|
About Helena Bonham Carter
Helena Bonham Carter: The Eccentric Queen of British Cinema
Helena Bonham Carter is a force of nature. With her wild curls, kooky fashion sense, and fearless acting style, she has become one of the most beloved and respected actresses in the world. Born in London in 1966, she grew up in a bohemian family of artists and intellectuals, which gave her a taste for the unconventional from an early age.
Her breakthrough role came in 1985, when she played the lead in A Room with a View, a Merchant Ivory production that became a critical and commercial success. She followed it up with a string of memorable performances in films such as Lady Jane, Hamlet, and The Wings of the Dove, which earned her an Academy Award nomination.
But it was her collaboration with director Tim Burton that truly cemented her status as a cult icon. From Edward Scissorhands to Sweeney Todd, Bonham Carter has brought her unique blend of humor, pathos, and weirdness to some of the most beloved and bizarre films of the past three decades. Her off-screen relationship with Burton, whom she met on the set of Planet of the Apes in 2001, only added to her mystique.
Despite her success, Bonham Carter has never been afraid to take risks and challenge herself. She has played a wide range of characters, from the Queen Mother in The King's Speech to the Red Queen in Alice in Wonderland, and has never shied away from portraying complex and flawed women. She has also dabbled in theater, television, and music, proving that her talents extend far beyond the silver screen.
Off-screen, Bonham Carter is just as fascinating. She has been known to wear mismatched shoes, carry a purse shaped like a teapot, and speak her mind on a variety of topics, from politics to fashion. She has also been a vocal advocate for mental health awareness and has spoken openly about her own struggles with anxiety and depression.
As she enters her fifth decade, Bonham Carter shows no signs of slowing down. She is set to star in the upcoming Netflix series The Crown, playing Princess Margaret, and has several other projects in the works. With her talent, charisma, and eccentricity, she remains one of the most beloved and intriguing figures in British cinema.
- "Helena Bonham Carter: 'I'm not a conventional beauty, but I'm not a conventional anything'" The Guardian,
Films - which cast members have died?
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Alice in Wonderland
2010 film by Tim Burton, produced by Walt Disney
2012 musical film by Tom Hooper
Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince
2009 fantasy film
1999 American film
Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
2007 fantasy film
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 2
2011 UK-US fantasy film
2009 US science fiction action film
Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – Part 1
2010 UK fantasy film
The King's Speech
2010 British film
2015 film produced by Walt Disney Pictures
The Lone Ranger
2013 film produced by Walt Disney Pictures
Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
2005 film by Tim Burton
2018 film by Gary Ross
Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street
2007 film by Tim Burton
Planet of the Apes
2001 science fiction film directed by Tim Burton
2012 film by Tim Burton
Alice Through the Looking Glass
2016 film produced by Walt Disney Pictures
2003 film by Tim Burton
Enola Holmes 2
2022 film directed by Harry Bradbeer
1992 film by James Ivory
1987 film by James Ivory
A Room with a View
1985 British romance drama film by James Ivory, based on the novel
2015 film directed by Sarah Gavron
horror film directed by Kenneth Branagh
The Wings of the Dove
1997 film based on the novel by Henry James
2012 film by Mike Newell
1995 film by Woody Allen
Conversations with Other Women
2005 film by Hans Canosa
1990 film by Franco Zeffirelli
2001 film by David Atkins
Where Angels Fear to Tread
1991 film by Charles Sturridge
The Young and Prodigious T. S. Spivet
2013 film by Jean-Pierre Jeunet
2010 film by S. J. Clarkson
Twelfth Night: Or What You Will
1996 film by Trevor Nunn
Women Talking Dirty
1999 film by Coky Giedroyc
1986 film by Trevor Nunn
1995 film by Mort Ransen
The Heart of Me
2002 film by Thaddeus O'Sullivan
2006 film by Paul Weiland
1989 film by Liliana Cavani
The Theory of Flight
1998 film by Paul Greengrass
British biographical film
1998 film by Malcolm Mowbray
The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything
2017 film by Bille August
Till Human Voices Wake Us
2002 film by Michael Petroni
The Gruffalo's Child
Getting It Right
1989 film by Randal Kleiser
Keep the Aspidistra Flying
1997 film by Robert Bierman
1988 film by Fiorella Infascelli
Jeremy Hardy Gives Good Sex
1997 film by Martine Dugowson
2005 British movie
Television - which cast members have died?
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British–American television drama series
1984–1989 American crime drama television series
British television series
1998 television miniseries directed by Steve Barron
former BBC children's television series
The Barbara Vine Mysteries
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