Sep 12
2015

It has taken a while to continue updating the public appearances, since 2010 has been such a heck of a year for Helen. Over 4.000 pictures have been added, including a busy awards season for “The Last Station”, promotional tours for “Love Ranch”, “Brighton Rock”, “The Tempest” and “The Door” and visits to Russia, Germany and Italy. Click any of the previews below to launch all latest galleries. Pictures from yesterday’s Toronto International Film Festival will be added next.



Aug 02
2015

Pictures from 2011 public appearances have been added to the photo gallery. 2011 has been another busy year for Helen, promoting “Arthur”, “The Debt” and “The Tempest” with various premieres and festival appearances, alongside visits to the Golden Globes, Academy Awards and hosting the Nobel Peace Prize Concert. To launch all pictures from 2011, click any of the previews below.



Aug 01
2015

The birthday celebration for Helen Mirren continues. Madame Tussauds in London has held a special treat for the actress on Thursday, combining the three wax figures that were sculptured between 2010 and 2013 – featuring one of Helen herself, one of her in character as The Queen and one in character as Jane Tennison. Pictures from the celebration have been added to the photo gallery.


Jul 26
2015

Another previous year of public appearances has been added to the photo gallery. In 2012, Helen Mirren not only promoted two films – the little-seen “The Door” and the successful “Hitchcock”, she also honored co-star Morgan Freeman at the Golden Globes and the Queen at her Diamond Jubilee in London. Further, Helen received Lifetime Achievements from the European Film Awards and the Karlovy Vary International Film Festival in the Czech Republic. To launch all public appearances from 2012, click any of the previews below.



Jul 19
2015

The photo gallery has been updated with pictures of Helen’s public appearances in 2013. It has not yet another busy year, with the West End opening of “The Audience”, for which she won the Olivier award, her performance in “Hitchcock” for which she received Golden Globe, BAFTA and SAG nominations, and her own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. With these additions, the gallery now boasts over 100.000 pictures. That’s amazing – and insane, because most of the public appearances haven’t been added yet, so there’s much more to come.