Helen Mirren - Famous Voice Actor

Helen Mirren Net Worth


Famous actress Helen Mirren’s net worth is estimated to be around $100 million. She has won numerous accolades for her work in the industry, including an Academy Award for Best Actress, four BAFTA Awards, three Golden Globes, four Emmy Awards, and a Tony Award.

Key facts:

  • Helen Mirren is an English actress who has made extensive contributions on stage, screen, and television.
  • She has won a host of awards, including an Academy Award for Best Actress, four BAFTAs, three Golden Globes, four Emmy Awards, one Tony Award, and two Cannes Film Festival Best Actress Awards.
  • Mirren began her acting career in school and later got accepted into the National Youth Theatre when she was 18.
  • She made her debut on Broadway in 1994 and twice nominated for Tony Awards for Best Actress.
  • Mirren famously portrayed Queen Elizabeth II in both the Oscar-winning film 'The Queen' and the stage play 'The Audience', winning both Tony and Olivier Awards.'

Basic Information About Helen Mirren

Full NameHelen Mirren
CategoryCelebrities β€Ί Actors
ProfessionsActor, Voice Actor, Film Producer
Net worth$100,000,000
Date of birth1945-07-26 (78 years old)
Place of birthHammersmith
NationalityUnited Kingdom
EducationNew College of Speech and Drama in London
FatherVasily Petrovich Mironoff
MotherKathleen Alexandrina Eva Matilda
SpouseTaylor Hackford - (31 DecemberΒ 1997 - present)
Height5 ft 4 in (1.63 m)
Social Mediaβ†—οΈŽ Wikipedia β†—οΈŽ Instagram β†—οΈŽ Imdb

What Movie Awards did Helen Mirren win?


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Helen Mirren awards

Award Name State Movie / Series Name Year
BTVA Feature Film Voice Acting Award - Best Female Vocal Performance in a Feature Film in a Supporting RoleWinnerMonsters University2014
Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting RoleWinnerGosford Park2002
Critics Choice Award - Best Acting EnsembleWinnerGosford Park2002
EFA People's Choice Award - Best European ActressNomineeGosford Park2002
FFCC Award - Best Ensemble CastWinnerGosford Park2002
LAFCA Award - Best Supporting ActressNomineeGosford Park2001
NSFC Award - Best Supporting ActressWinnerGosford Park2002
NYFCC Award - Best Supporting ActressWinnerGosford Park2001
OFTA Film Award - Best Supporting ActressNomineeGosford Park2002
OFCS Award - Best EnsembleWinnerGosford Park2002
Movies for Grownups Award - Breakthrough AchievementWinnerRED2011
EDA Female Focus Award - Actress Defying Age and AgeismWinnerRED2011
Oscar - Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading RoleWinnerThe Queen2007
Actor - Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading RoleWinnerThe Queen2007
Movies for Grownups Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
AAFCA Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
EDA Award - Best Actress in a Dramatic PerformanceWinnerThe Queen2006
ACCA - Best Actress in a Leading RoleWinnerThe Queen2006
BSFC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
Critics Choice Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
COFCA Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
CFCA Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
DFWFCA Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
DFCC - Best ActressNomineeThe Queen2006
European Film Award - European ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
FFCC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
Gold Derby Award - Lead Actress of the DecadeNomineeThe Queen2010
Gold Derby Award - Lead ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
Golden Globe - Best Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture - DramaWinnerThe Queen2007
Golden Schmoes - Best Actress of the YearNomineeThe Queen2006
ICP Award - Best Lead PerformanceWinnerThe Queen2006
ICS Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
INOCA - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
IOFCP Award - Best Actress of the DecadeNomineeThe Queen2010
IFC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
Audience Award - Best International ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
IOMA - Best Actress (Miglior attrice protagonista)WinnerThe Queen2007
KCFCC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
Sierra Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
LAFCA Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
NBR Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
NSFC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
NYFCC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
OFCC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
OFTA Film Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
OFCS Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2007
PFCS Award - Best Performance by an Actress in a Leading RoleWinnerThe Queen2006
SDFCS Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
SFFCC Award - Best ActressWinnerThe Queen2006
Outstanding Performer of the Year Award - WinnerThe Queen2007

Helen Mirren roles

Movie / Series Role
F9Magdalene Shaw
Monsters UniversityDean Hardscrabble (voice)
Collateral BeautyBrigitte
The Fate of the FuriousMagdalene Shaw (uncredited)
State of PlayCameron Lynne
The Prince of EgyptThe Queen (voice)
The Hitchhiker's Guide to the GalaxyDeep Thought (voice)
Gosford ParkMrs. Wilson
Fast & Furious Presents: Hobbs & ShawQueenie
The QueenThe Queen
RED 2Victoria
The Long Good FridayVictoria
The Mosquito CoastMother
The One and Only IvanSnickers (voice)
The Hundred-Foot JourneyMadame Mallory
The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her LoverGeorgina
The Good LiarBetty McLeish
The DebtRachel Singer
The PledgeDoctor
Eye in the SkyColonel Katherine Powell
Woman in GoldMaria Altmann
The Nutcracker and the Four RealmsMother Ginger
WinchesterSarah Winchester
HitchcockAlma Reville
TrumboHedda Hopper
White NightsGalina Ivanova
Legend of the Guardians: The Owls of Ga'HooleNyra (voice)
National Treasure: Book of SecretsEmily Appleton
2010: The Year We Make ContactTanya Kirbuk
Brighton RockIda
Teaching Mrs. TingleMrs. Tingle
Raising HelenDominique
The DukeDorothy Bunton
Age of ConsentCora
The Madness of King GeorgeQueen Charlotte
The Comfort of StrangersCaroline
Berlin, I Love YouMargaret
The TempestProspera
Calendar GirlsChris
Top GearSelf 1 episode, 2007
Made in HollywoodSelf 6 episodes, 2010-2018
30 RockSelf (uncredited) unknown episodes
Reading RainbowSelf 1 episode, 1996
Saturday Night LiveEleanor Roosevelt / ... 1 episode, 2010-2011

Helen Mirren's Quotes

  • [About herself] Being famous for being cool about not being gorgeous.
  • The trick in life is learning how to deal with it.
  • [About the Academy Awards] It's the creme-de-la-creme of bulls**t.
  • Actors are rogues and vagabonds. Or they ought to be. I can't stand it when they behave like solicitors from Penge. I'm a would-be rebel. The good girl who'd like to be a bad one.
  • All you have to do is to look like crap on film and everyone thinks you're a brilliant actress. Actually, all you've done is look like crap.

Interesting Facts about Helen Mirren

  1. Her paternal grandparents were Russian. Her grandfather, Piotr Vasilievich Mironoff, was a Tsarist aristocrat who was in London negotiating an arms deal during World War I when the 1917 Russian Revolution stranded him there. His wife and son (Helen's father) joined him in London. On her mother's side, she is of English descent.
  2. Before marrying director Taylor Hackford in 1997, she had lived with him in Los Angeles since 1986.
  3. Used to work in Southend-on-Sea, Essex at an amusement park "The Kursaal" as a "blagger" to attract customers on to rides.
  4. She was awarded the Dame Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the 2003 Queen's Birthday Honours List for her services to drama.
  5. John Boorman said he cast her opposite Nicol Williamson in Excalibur (1981), against both of their protests, because he felt their dislike of each other made them perfect as rivals Morgana and Merlin.
  6. She allegedly refused the C.B.E. (Commander of Order of the British Empire) in 1996.
  7. Nominated for Best Actress, Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for her performance of "Orpheus Descending" at the Donmar Warehouse. [2001]
  8. Nominated for Best Actress, Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for her performance in "Mourning Becomes Electra" at the Royal National Theatre: Lyttelton Stage. [2004]
  9. Became an Associate Member of RADA.
  10. Nominated for Best Actress, Tony Award for "Dance of Death" by August Strindberg. [2002]
  11. Despite her Russian birth name and ancestry, she does not speak Russian, but is fluent in French.
  12. Her great-great-great-great-grandfather was field-marshal Kamensky, one of the Russian heroes of the Napoleonic wars.
  13. She is the only actress to play both Queen Elizabeth I (in Elizabeth I (2005)) and Queen Elizabeth II (The Queen (2006)).
  14. At the premiere of The Queen (2006) at the Venice Film Festival, her performance received a 5 minute standing ovation.
  15. Member of the jury at the Venice Film Festival in 2004.
  16. Played a Queen a total of six times: The Queen (2006), Elizabeth I (2005), The Prince of Egypt (1998), The Snow Queen (1995), The Madness of King George (1994), and Caligula (1979).
  17. Became the third person, after Sigourney Weaver and Joan Plowright, to win two Golden Globes for acting in the same year. The characters she played were both Queens of England, Queen Elizabeth I and Queen Elizabeth II.
  18. She dedicated her BAFTA win for The Queen (2006) (for Best Actress in a Leading Role) to Ian Richardson for playing a huge part in her success story. She said (in her acceptance speech) that Richardson was very supportive towards her when she started out acting, and without him she may not have been so successful. She dedicated this award two days after Richardson died. [2007]
  19. Nominated for Best Actress, Tony Award for "A Month in the Country" by Ivan Turgenev. [1995]
  20. She and her husband Taylor Hackford are both Oscar-winners.

Additional information of Helen Mirren

Lucky Number7
Lucky StoneRuby
Lucky ColorGold
Best Match for MarriageSagittarius, Gemini, Aries
Eye ColorBlue
Hair ColorBlonde

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