. – British actress Helen McCurry, best known for her performances in the hit TV series Peaky Blinders and the Harry Potter film series, has passed away at the age of 52. A statement posted on Twitter by her husband and fellow actor Damian Lewis on Friday said that “after a heroic battle with cancer,” McCrory “was peacefully at home surrounded by a wave of love from friends and family . “
McCurry was known for her character in Britain and abroad, as the mother of Harry Potter’s enemy Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter series, and Pokey Gray, the steel matrique from the popular Peaky series. BBC One Blinders.
Lewis, who married Macroni in 2007, said in his statement that his wife “died while he was alive.” without fear”.
“God, we love him and we know how lucky we were in our lives. She was shining so brightly. Now go, baby, and thanks for the wind, ”the statement concluded.
The official Peaky Blinders Twitter account posted a picture of McCurry starring her character Polly Gray, stating that “all our love and thoughts are with Helen’s family.”
Wizarding World’s Twitter account called itself “the official home of Harry Potter and the Fantastic Beasts”, they were deeply saddened by the demise of our beloved Helen Macrory, who portrayed Narcissa Malfree with so much depth and talent in the series . From Harry Potter Films ”.
British comedian and actor Matt Lucas, who worked on a non-profit campaign to feed UK National Health Service (NHS) health workers, said the actress would also be remembered for her “apathy and generosity”.
“He and Damian have been the life givers of FeedNHS, tirelessly trying during the epidemic to raise millions for others.”
Pearce Wenger, the BBC’s drama director, called Helen “one of the best actresses this country will ever see”
“From Potter to Peaky, to Blair to Bond, Helen’s bravery made her every role unique and admirable.”
Britain’s prestigious National Theater, where McCorry has taken the stage on numerous occasions, called McCarey “one of the greatest actors of its generation” and without one of its “most distinguished actors and charismatics”.
McCrory was also an ambassador for the British theater Old Vic, calling him a “dazzling presence” on stage and on screen, which made us laugh.