Helen McCrory Undressed
Helen McCrory (born c. 1968) is a British actress known primarily for her stage and television work.
She studied acting at the Drama Centre, part of the University of the Arts London.
In 2002 she was nominated for a London Evening Standard Theatre Award for Best Actress (playing Elena in Chekhov's ''Uncle Vanya'' at the Donmar Warehouse). She was nominated for a 2006 Laurence Olivier Theatre Award for her most recent stage work, starring as Rosalind in ''As You Like It'' in London's West End.
Her television work includes ''Lucky Jim'' (2003), ''Charles II: The Power and The Passion'' (2003) as Barbara Villiers|Barbara Villiers, Countess of Castlemaine, as well as the title roles in an ITV miniseries Anna Karenina, (2000) and ''Carla'' (2003).
She has appeared in supporting roles in such films as ''Interview with a Vampire'' (1994), ''Dad Savage'' (1998), ''Charlotte Gray'' (2001), and ''The Count of Monte Cristo'' (2002) and ''Casanova'' (2005).