So here I've listed some significant events of Helena's life
by year. Hope you enjoy reading:)
1966-She was born:)
1971-Her mother got a serious nervous breakdown, which she suffered from for three years.
1979-Her father went deaf on one ear and got paralyzed. Helena won the second place at a poetry contest.
1982-First TV appeareance, in a commercial.
1983-Helena's movie debut, Pattern of Roses
1984-Helena suffered a short depression.
Lived with Kenneth Branagh. [1994 - September 1999]
Great-granddaughter of H.H. Asquith, British Prime Minister (1908-1916).
She is a first cousin of Baroness Jane Bonham-Carter, and only a distant cousin of Crispin Bonham-Carter: Crispin’s father, Peter Malcolm Bonham-Carter, is a third cousin of Helena Bonham Carter. The first ancestors that Crispin and Helena have in common, are John Bonham-Carter (1788-1838) and his wife Joanna Maria Smith (1791-1884).
On Tim's reaction to Billy's birth: I think the birth was a bit of a shock to Tim. He was down there, shouting, "I'll catch it!" like he was a rugby ball or something. I was saying, "Look, Tim, it doesn't just shoot out." There's 48 hours of contractions and agony first.
On her upcoming role as Enid Blyton: It's a long time since I have read such a well written script with as complex and fascinating a character as Enid. I hope I do her justice. And I hope I get to drink lashings of Ginger Beer.
well i was looking at a picture of those two and i was thinking about how they are alike and i found out that they both:
- have brown hair
- have big dark brown eyes
- are pale
- have strong jaw line
- are slim
- have the same heart-shaped face with pointed chin
- share the same zodiac "Gemini"
- have really a good sence of humor
- often play eccentric characters
- share a passion for completely immersing themselves into the roles they're playing so much so that their true personalities are completely concealed
This is all from moviesblog.mtv.com
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