Welcome to The Helen Mirren Archives, your premiere web resource on the British actress. Best known for her performances with the Royal Shakespeare Company, "Prime Suspect" and her Oscar-winning role in "The Queen", Helen Mirren is one of the world's most eminent actors today. This unofficial fansite provides you with all latest news, photos and videos on her past and present projects.  Enjoy your stay.
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Great news! Helen Mirren is set to be feted on Nov. 4 by the American Cinematheque during a ceremony that will also honor Kevin Goetz and Screen Engine with the Power of Cinema Award presented by Hill Valley. The ceremony serves as the annual fundraiser for the nonprofit and helps buoy year-round programming at the Aero Theatre in Santa Monica, Los Feliz 3 Theatre in Los Feliz and Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood.

Helen Mirren has won the Oscar, Tony and Emmy triple crown of acting and is an unparalleled icon among actors,” praised American Cinematheque board chair Rick Nicita. “She has portrayed characters from queens to seductresses with a singular skill that has never lost its freshness or appeal. She brings a savvy intelligence and emotional strength to all her roles because, as movie stars do, the camera shows us the essence of who they are. Movie audiences eagerly embrace her talents in a career that glows brighter with every captivating performance.

Mirren’s versatile career spans five decades. She was most recently seen on the small screen in 1923 opposite Harrison Ford and on the big screen in the blockbuster Shazam! Fury of the Gods. The L’Oréal ambassador next stars in Barbie and Golda. With the prize, she joins a list of honorees that includes Eddie Murphy, Bette Midler, Robin Williams, Steven Spielberg, Michael Douglas, Tom Cruise, Jodie Foster, Denzel Washington, Nicole Kidman, Steve Martin, George Clooney, Julia Roberts, Matt Damon, Amy Adams, Bradley Cooper, Charlize Theron, Spike Lee, Scarlett Johannsson and Ryan Reynolds and many others.