British actress Helen McCrory died of cancer at the age of 52. Her husband, actor Damian Lewis (Damian Lewis) announced the news on Twitter.
Lewis wrote: “Heartbroken, I let you know that after the heroic fight against cancer, the beautiful and wonderful Helen McCrory woman passed away safely. At home, loved by friends and family Surrounded by.”
Since 1993, McCorry (McCrory) has appeared in dozens of movies and series. One of her most famous recent roles is the role of Polly Gray, the head of the crime family, in the popular series Peaky Blinders. Another famous role is Narcissa Malfoy in the last three “Harry Potter” movies.
She has also played (deputy) roles in films such as “Heaven’s Fall”, “Frankenstein” and “Queen”, and has played roles in films such as “Penny Fear”, “Fearless” and “Roadbed Killer”.
In 2017, when she was awarded the Order of the British Empire (OBE) officer, her work was awarded royal honors.
In 2007, she married homeland actor Damian Lewis (Damian Lewis). They have two children together.