An extensive chronology that features information, quotes and pictures on every year of Dame Helen Mirren's career.
Learn more about every film, theatre play and television series that Helen has done, ranging from 1965 to 2022.
Mirren in her own words: Interviews from the past seven decades, collected from all around the world.
Browse the largest collections of Helen Mirren photography, including appearances, stills and HD screencaptures.
From attending awards and talkshows to interviews and making ofs, the video archive features hundreds of clips.
May 19
2016

Lots of new and additional pictures from yesterday’s premiere of “La Fille Inconnue” and today’s Cinema Against AIDS Gala by amfAR have been added to the photo gallery. Edit: A couple hundred additional pictures from the arrivals, premiere and amfAR gala have been posted. And, in case you have wondered if Helen tripped and fell while taking the steps at the premiere, Mirren told Us Weekly that she was actually preventing a potential catastrophe. “I was doing up someone’s shoelaces because the [man] was standing there with his laces undone,” she explained while at the 2016 amfAR Cinema Against AIDS Gala on May 19. “I didn’t want him to trip.”



Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival – Cinema Against AIDS Gala
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival – “La Fille Inconnue” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival – Arrivals

May 18
2016

Earlier today, Helen Mirren has arrived at the 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival. According to her interview on Lorraine, she was invited by L’Oreal and will represent the brand alongside other international faces of the cosmetic giant. Of course, Helen is no stranger to the festival, having won their Best Actress prize twice, in 1984 for “Cal” and in 1994 for “The Madness of King George”. Today, she has attended the premiere of “La Fille Inconnue”. I’m sure there’s more to come these next days, so check back soon.


Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival – “La Fille Inconnue” Premiere
Photo Gallery – Public Appearances – 2016 – 69th Annual Cannes Film Festival – Arrivals

May 01
2016

These past two days, Helen Mirren has been a guest at the 23rd Annual White House Correspondents’ weekend in Washington, D.C. On Friday, she was joined by “Trumbo” director Jay Roach and star Bryan Cranston at the Google/HBO celebration of “All The Way”. And yesterday, Helen attended both the Garden Brunch and closing Dinner, paying tribute to the late Prince by wearing a “Purple Rain” and displaying the artist’s signature logo. Pictures from all events have been added to the photo gallery, with many thanks to Claudia and Lindsey for their contributions.


Apr 26
2016

Yesterday, Helen Mirren was a guest in New York to honor her R.E.D. co-star Morgan Freeman at the 43rd Annual Chaplin Awards, while on Saturday, she was joined by frequent collaborators Judi Dench and David Suchet at the taping of “Shakespeare Live! at the RSC”, which will be screened in cinemas on May 6, 2016. You can watch a trailer here, pictures can be found in the photo gallery.


Apr 13
2016

Benedict Cumberbatch and Helen Mirren are among a wealth of theatre stars to join the line-up for a live TV broadcast marking the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. Shakespeare Live! From the RSC will be broadcast live from the Royal Shakespeare Theatre in Stratford-upon-Avon, featuring theatrical performances of his works and other pieces inspired by them. Anne Marie Duff, Simon Russell Beale and Antony Sher have now signed up to take part in the show, which as previously announced will be hosted by David Tennant. Also joining the already-confirmed stars Judi Dench and Ian McKellen are David Suchet, Harriet Walter and Rory Kinnear, in addition to Roger Allam, Pippa Nixon, John Lithgow and Alexandra Gilbreath.

Confirmed performances include Rufus Hound and Henry Goodman singing Brush Up Your Shakespeare from the Taming of the Shrew-inspired musical Kiss Me Kate, as well as a rendition of Tonight from West Side Story by musical theatre students from around the UK, which will be choreographed by Will Tuckett. The cast of CBBC show Horrible Histories will also take part in the broadcast, alongside musical comedian Tim Minchin, Midlands Youth Jazz Orchestra and the Orchestra of the Swan. Shakespeare Live! From The RSC will be directed by Gregory Doran, and will air on BBC2 on April 23 at 8:30pm. It will also be broadcast live to more than 350 cinemas nationwide.