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Helen Mirren winning her Oscar while Inkheart was still filming
Helen Mirren
Biographical Information
Birth name

Helen Lydia Mironoff

Born

July 26, 1945

Nationality

English

Gender

Female

Acting Career
Years active

1965–present

In Inkheart

Elinor

Dame Helen Mirren, DBE (born July 26, 1945 as Helen Lydia Mironoff) is an English actress who plays Elinor Loredan in the film adaptation of Cornelia Funke's Inkheart.

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  • Co-star Eliza Bennett revealed in a quick FAQ session that Helen Mirren picked up her Oscar when Inkheart was still filming, and she even brought it to the set at one point.[1]
  • Cornelia Funke thinks that although Helen Mirren is brilliant as an actress, she is a very wrong casting choice for Elinor Loredan.[2]

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Some of the most wonderful books ever printed were lost because some fool of a fishmonger tore out their pages to wrap his stinking fish in.
 
Elinor Loredan,
Inkheart, Ch. 4 - A House Full of Books

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  1. Inkheart New York Premiere - Hollyscoop
  2. Ask the Author: Cornelia Funke, question ID# 590643 - Goodreads

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