Bonham Carter, Helena Biography

biography of Bonham Carter, Helena

26 May 1966, Golders Green, London, England, UK
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Helena Bonham Carter, daughter of Raymond Bonham Carter, a merchant banker, and Elena Bonham Carter (née Propper de Callejón), a psychotherapist, was born in Golders Green, London, England on May 26, 1966 and is the youngest of three children. She is the great-granddaughter of former Prime Minister Herbert H. Asquith and her blue-blooded family tree also contains Barons and Baronesses, diplomats, and a director, Bonham Carter's great-uncle 'Anthony Asquith' (qv), who made _Pygmalion (1938)_ (qv) and _The Importance of Being Earnest (1952)_ (qv), among others. Cousin 'Crispin Bonham-Carter' (qv) is also an actor. After experiencing family dramas that included her father's stroke-which left him wheelchair-bound-and attending South Hampstead High School and Westminster School in London, Bonham Carter devoted herself to an acting career. That trajectory actually began in 1979 when, at age 13, she entered a national poetry writing competition and used her second place winnings to place her photo in the casting directory "Spotlight." She soon had her first agent and her first acting job, in a commercial, at age 16. She then landed a role in the made-for-TV movie _A Pattern of Roses (1983) (TV)_ (qv), which subsequently led to her casting in the Merchant Ivory films _A Room with a View (1985)_ (qv) and _Lady Jane (1986)_ (qv), which was her first leading role. Often referred to as the "corset queen" or "English rose" because of her early work, Bonham Carter has continued to surprise audiences with magnificent performances in a variety of roles from her more traditional corset-clad character in _The Wings of the Dove (1997)_ (qv) and Shakespearian damsels to the dark and neurotic anti-heroines of _Fight Club (1999)_ (qv) and many of 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv)'s films. Though consistently a versatile and engaging actress, Bonham Carter has never won a major American film award. However, she has received a number of critical awards and has been nominated for five Golden Globes, an Oscar, a SAG Award, and two Emmys. Bonham Carter was nominated for a Golden Globe for the fifth time for her role in partner Tim Burton's film adaptation of the Steven Sondheim musical, _Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)_ (qv), for which Burton and co-star Johnny Depp were also nominated. Since their meeting while filming _Planet of the Apes (2001)_ (qv), Bonham Carter and Burton have made four movies together. They live in adjoining residences in London, sharing a connecting hallway, and have two children: Billy Ray Burton, 4, and Nell Burton, who was born December 15, 2007. Ironically, a mutual love of Sweeney Todd was part of the initial attraction for the pair. Despite that, Bonham Carter has said in numerous interviews that her audition process for the role of Mrs. Lovett was the most grueling of her career and that, ultimately, it was Sondheim who she had to convince that she was right for the role.
Lauren S. Harr

Helena Bonham Carter is an actress of great versatility, and one of the UK's finest and most successful. Most recently, she has starred in Sweeney Todd as Mrs Lovett alongside Johnny Depp for which she was awarded Best Actress at the Evening Standard British Film Awards 2008. Other recent work includes Conversations with Other Women opposite Aaron Eckhart, as Mrs Bucket in Tim Burton's massive hit Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, and provided the voices for the aristocratic Lady Campanula Tottington in Wallace & Gromit - Curse of the Were-Rabbit, and the eponymous dead heroine in Tim Burton's spooky Corpse Bride. Her acclaimed performance in The Wings of the Dove in 1997 won her a Best Actress Academy Award nomination, a Golden Globe Best Actress nomination, a BAFTA Best Actress nomination, and a SAG Awards Best Actress nomination. It also won her a Best Actress Award from the National Board of Review, the Los Angeles Film Critics, the Boston Society Film Critics, the Broadcast Film Critics Association, the Texas Society of Film Critics, and the Southeastern Film Critics Association. Other notable credits which followed include her appearance with Steve Martin in Novacaine, her memorable performance as Marla Singer in David Fincher's neo-classic Fight Club opposite Edward Norton and Brad Pitt, Tim Burton's remake of Planet of the Apes, in which she played an ape, Thaddeus O'Sullivan's The Heart of Me, opposite Paul Bettany, and Big Fish, her second effort with Tim Burton in which she appeared as a witch. Helena achieved success in films early on in her career. Before she was 20 years old, she had scored her first lead in director James Ivory's tasteful adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel A Room With a View (1985), only her second film after playing the leading role in Trevor Nunn's Lady Jane. Helena went on to make three more films under the Merchant-Ivory banner - Where Angels Fear to Tread (1991) and Howards End (1992) - and an earlier uncredited appearance in Maurice (1987). Helena has also starred in Mick Jackson's Live From Baghdad, alongside Michael Keaton, receiving a nomination for both an Emmy and a Golden Globe; Paul Greengrass' The Theory of Flight, in which she played a victim of motor neurone disease; Trevor Nunn's Twelfth Night, in which she played Olivia, opposite Woody Allen in his Mighty Aphrodite, Mort Ransen's Margaret's Museum, Kenneth Branagh's Frankenstein, and Franco Zeffirelli's Hamlet. In between her many films Helena has also managed a few television appearances which include most recently her portrayal of Jacqui Jackson in Magnificent Seven, the tale of a mother struggling to raise seven children - three daughters and four autistic boys; as Anne Boleyn in the two parter biopic of Henry VIII starring Ray Winstone; and as Morgan Le Fey alongside Sam Neill and Miranda Richardson in Merlin. Earlier television appearances include Michael Mann's Miami Vice as Don Johnson's junkie fiancée, and as a stripper who wins Rik Mayall's heart in Dancing Queen. Helena has also appeared on stage in productions of Trelawney of the Wells, The Barber of Seville, House of Bernarda Alba, The Chalk Garden, and Woman in White.
Kathryn Oliver

In the late 1990s, Helena Bonham Carter seemed poised to embark on the next phase of her career, moving from capable actress to compelling star. Audiences and critics had long been enchanted by her delicate beauty, evocative of another time and place; in 1997, she showed that she was more than a pretty face and a skilled line-reader, with her performance in "The Wings of the Dove," for which she received a Best Actress Oscar nomination. Born in Golders Green, London, on May 26, 1966, Bonham Carter achieved early success in films. In the first part of her career, she became a staple in what can be seen as an offshoot of the British Heritage industry, starring in well-received adaptations of British or Anglo-American novels. At 19, she scored her first lead, in director 'James Ivory' (qv)'s tasteful adaptation of E.M. Forster's novel "A Room With a View" (1985), only her second film. She followed this with a strong performance as the uncrowned Queen of England in "Lady Jane." She appeared in three other productions under the Merchant-Ivory banner (director Ivory, producer 'Ismail Merchant' (qv), and screenwriter 'Ruth Prawer Jhabvala' (qv); "Howards End" (1992) was the last film she made with them. Some have suggested that her success in those period pieces was partly the result of her pedigreed background: She is descended from British Prime Minister H.H. Asquith. Although Bonham Carter hasn't catapulted to superstardom, she has given many memorable performances, most of which have taken her far from her Merchant-Ivory roots, such as Marla in "Fight Club," or have expanded on them tremendously (for example, in "Wings," she appears what is arguably the most explicit nude scene ever shared by an Oscar-nominated actress). Bonham Carter has proved herself to be a gifted and imaginative actress.

-   Often works with director 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv), 'Timothy Spall' (qv), and 'Johnny Depp' (qv)

-   Often plays eccentric characters

-   Often plays pre-20th century characters

-   Wild messy hair

-   Dark makeup

-   Unique offbeat style of dress with lots of black clothing

-   (1994 - September 1999) Lived with 'Kenneth Branagh' (qv).

-   Great-granddaughter of 'H.H. Asquith' (qv), British Prime Minister (1908-1916).

-   She is a first cousin of Baroness 'Jane Bonham-Carter' (qv), and only a distant cousin of 'Crispin Bonham-Carter' (qv): 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).

-   Her father was severely paralyzed by botched brain surgery in the 1980s.

-   Speaks French fluently.

-   She was denied admission to King's College, Cambridge University, not because of her grades or her test scores but because school officials were afraid that she would leave mid-term to pursue her acting career. Because of Cambridge's rejection, Helena decided to concentrate fully on acting.

-   She is the granddaughter of 'Violet Bonham Carter' (qv), a Life Peeress in her own right, and the niece of 'Mark Bonham-Carter' (qv), who was created a Life Peer in his own right as well. Her half-Spanish mother 'Elena Propper de Callejon' is niece of Baroness Liliane de Rothschild, née Fould-Springer.

-   Planned to return to the West End with an appearance in "Rubenstein's Kiss"; however, the play was delayed because of her busy schedule. The production, also set to star 'Gary Kemp (I)' (qv) of 'Spandau Ballet' (qv) fame, was due to open in November 2004 but has now been postponed.

-   In 2005, her voice appeared in two stop-motion animated films. They were _Corpse Bride (2005)_ (qv) and _Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)_ (qv). Both films were nominated for the Academy award for best animated film. The award went to Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit.

-   In May 2006, she launched her own fashion line, "The Pantaloonies," with swimwear designer Samantha Sage. Their first collection, called Bloomin' Bloomers, is a Victoriana style selection of camisoles, mop caps and bloomers. The duo are now working on Pantaloonies customized jeans which Helena describes as "a kind of scrapbook on the bum.".

-   Member of the jury at the Cannes Film Festival in 2006.

-   Turned down the role of Bess in _Breaking the Waves (1996)_ (qv) due to the sexual content. The role went to 'Emily Watson (I)' (qv) who was nominated for an Oscar for that role.

-   She is the daughter of a prominent British banker and the great-granddaughter of Asquith, the Liberal prime minister.

-   Her brother Edward is married to TV presenter 'Victoria Studd' (qv).

-   Is close friends with 'Johnny Depp' (qv), who often works with her fiancé, 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv). In fact, Depp is the godfather of her child with Burton, Billy Ray.

-   Was cast as Bellatrix Lestrange after 'Helen McCrory' (qv) became pregnant, and would have been nearly full-term when her scenes were shot. She returned to the role for one scene in _Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)_ (qv), opposite McCrory as her sister Narcissa Malfoy. Ironically, Carter was able to be in this scene because it was scheduled to be filmed after she gave birth to her own child.

-   Ranked #99 on the 2008 Telegraph's list "the 100 most powerful people in British culture".

-   Given indefinite leave from the set of Terminator Salvation in New Mexico after her relatives were on a South African safari holiday on Wednesday, 20 August, 2008, when the minibus they were travelling in spun out of control and flipped after a tyre burst. Helena's cousin, Fiona Bonham Carter, 51, escaped with a broken shoulder but Fiona's son Marcus Egerton-Warburton, 14; mother Brenda, 74; stepfather Francis Kirkwood, 75; and sister-in-law Kay Boardman, 54, all died.

-   Tested for the role of 'Nancy Spungen (I)' (qv) in _Sid and Nancy (1986)_ (qv).

-   She based her performance of Marla Singer in _Fight Club (1999)_ (qv) on Judy Garland in the later stages of her life. To help her get into the mindset, director 'David Fincher' (qv) would often call her Judy on-set.

-   A fight between her and 'Gary Oldman' (qv) in _Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix (2007)_ (qv) was cut from the final film. She had been training for three weeks for the fight.

-   Describes her character in the Harry Potter films, Bellatrix Lestrange, as a sadist and a racist, obsessed with blood purity.

-   Wears fake teeth in 4 four of her films - _Planet of the Apes (2001)_ (qv), _Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)_ (qv) and the two Harry Potter films.

-   Underwent extensive vocal lessons and studied baking in preparation for her role in _Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)_ (qv).

-   Was originally going to appear as a cyborg in _Terminator Salvation (2009)_ (qv) which would match her former choices of eccentric characters. However, the script was leaked online and her character got rewritten and her screen time significantly cut down, and her character changed.

-   Returned to work two months after giving birth to her daughter Nell in order to begin filming _Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince (2009)_ (qv).

-   Returned to work eight months after giving birth to her son Billy Ray in order to begin filming _Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)_ (qv).

-   Became romantically involved with her director 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv) after their _Planet of the Apes (2001)_ (qv) wrapped. Instead of moving in with her in her Hampstead home in London, Burton bought two next-door houses which the couple both share today (2010).

-   In 1992, she was starring in "Trelawny of the Wells" on stage, when the Independent theatre critic Paul Taylor said that he would have been able to have appreciated her performance more from a restricted-viewing seat. Bonham Carter calmly wrote him a letter suggesting that the next time he came to see her he ought to let her know, so she might ensure that was the case.

-   In 2009, The Times named her one of the Top 10 British Actresses of all-time.

-   Close friends with Liberal Democrat leader and politician 'Nick Clegg (I)' (qv) since their days at Westminster School, London, England.

-   Spent 2010/11 New Year's Eve with her husband 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv) at England's Premier 'David Cameron (IX)' (qv) home Chequers, the official country residence of British Prime Ministers since 1921.

-   Was two months pregnant with her daughter Nell when she completed filming on _Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)_ (qv).

-   Her grandfather, Eduardo Propper de Callejon, was a half-Jewish/half-Catholic Spanish diplomat who helped thousands of Jews to escape Nazi-occupied France during World War II.

-   Was a potential candidate for the role of Sarah in Labyrinth (1986) before the role went to Jennifer Connelly.

-   Her grandmother, Violet Bonham Carter, was friends with Prime Minister 'Winston Churchill (I)' (qv). In _The King's Speech (2010)_ (qv), Helena acts opposite Churchill, as played by 'Timothy Spall' (qv).

-   Became the fifth actor to appear in 2 films to gross $1 billion with Alice in Wonderland (2010), and Harry Potter and The Deathly Hallows Part 2 (2011). She is the first woman to achieve this feat.

-   In a relationship with 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv) [2001-present; 2 children].

-   Gave birth to her first child at age 37, a son Billy Raymond Burton on October 4, 2003. Child's father is her boyfriend, 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv).

-   Gave birth to her second child at age 41, a daughter Nell Burton on December 15, 2007. Child's father is her boyfriend, 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv).

-   She was awarded the CBE (Commander of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2012 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to drama.

-   A distant cousin of 'Kate Middleton (III)' (qv).

-   Played Rosalind in 'William Shakespeare (I)' (qv)'s "As You Like It" - BBC Radio (2000).

-   Narrator of Audiobook "The Diary of Anne Frank" (1997).

-   Narrator of the "The Way to Sattin Shore" by 'Philippa Pearce' (qv) (1994).

-   Narrator of the Audiobook "A Dog So Small" by 'Philippa Pearce' (qv) (1994).

-   Narrator of the Audiobook "Remember Me" (1995).

-   Narrator of the Audiobook "The Secret Garden" by 'Frances Burnett (I)' (qv) (1993).

-   Narrator of the Audiobook "The Whales' Song" by 'Dyan Sheldon' (qv) (1993).

-   Appeared in "The Chalk Garden" by 'Enid Bagnold' (qv) - Windsor/Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford (1989).

-   Appeared in "The House of Bernarda Alba" by 'Federico García Lorca' (qv) - Nottingham Playhouse (1991).

-   Played Laura Fairlie in "The Woman in White" based on the novel by 'Wilkie Collins (I)' (qv) - Greenwich Theatre, London (1988).

-   Played Imogen in Pinero's "Trelawney of the Wells" - Comedy Theatre, London/ UK tour (1992).

-   Featured in an MTV documentary from late 2005 possibly called "Never Before Scene" or "Never Before Scene: Corpse Bride" about the movie _Corpse Bride (2005)_ (qv). The documentary also features 'Tim Burton (I)' (qv) and 'Johnny Depp' (qv).

-   Appeared in "A House by the Sea" - BBC Radio 4 (1997)

-   Played Rose in "I Capture the Castle" based on the novel by 'Dodie Smith' (qv) - BBC Radio 4 (1996).

-   Appeared in "Song of Love" - BBC Radio 4 (1995).

-   Appeared in Chekhov's "The Seagull" - BBC Radio 4 (1994).

-   Appeared in "The Happiest of All Princesses" - BBC Radio 4 (1989).

-   Played her grandmother Violet in "Lantern Slides" - BBC Radio (1998).

-   Appeared in Shakespeare's "The Tempest" - Oxford Playhouse (1987).

-   Played Rosine in Beaumarchais' "The Barber of Seville" - Palace Theatre, Watford (1992).

-   Appeared in "The Reluctant Debutante" by 'William Douglas-Home' (qv), BBC Radio 4 - (1985).

-   Wrote the foreword to the book "Put on Your Pearls, Girls" by Lulu Guinness and Martin Welch.

-   (1992) She acted in Pierre De Beaumarchais' play, "The Barber of Seville," at the Palace Theatre in Watford, London, England with Lee Cornes, Oliver Parker, and Barry Jackson in the cast. Lou Stein was director.

-   (1992) She acted in Arthur Wing Pinero's play, "Trelawny of the Wells," at the Comedy Theatre in London, England with Michael Hordern, Jason Connery, Peter Bayliss, Margaret Courtenay, Edward Duke, Kelly Hunter, Joe Melia, Oliver Parker, Ronnie Stevens, and Sarah Brightman in the cast. Toby Robertson was director.

-   I hate this image of me as a prim Edwardian. I want to shock everyone.

-   I should get a few ribs taken out, because I'll be in a corset for the rest of my life.

-   [on breast-feeding her baby]: People say, "You're still breast-feeding, that's so generous". Generous, no! It gives me boobs and it takes my thighs away! It's sort of like natural liposuction. I'd carry on breast-feeding for the rest of my life if I could.

-   He's very cool. Whatever Johnny does, there's something cool about it. He's very hip. It's emotional and vulnerable, too, which makes it touching. - on her friend and colleague 'Johnny Depp' (qv).

-   I'm drawn to emotionally damaged characters because there is more to unlock.

-   [on being awarded the CBE] I am thrilled though not sure that I deserve it. I always thought my father deserved a medal for facing 25 years of chronic disability with quiet daily heroism so I am delighted to accept such a wonderful honor in his memory.

-   (December 2011) Hampstead, London, England

-   "Starlog" (USA), May 2008, Iss. 365, pg. 88-90, by: Ian Spelling, "True Lovett"

-   "The Independent Arts & Books Review" (UK), 18 January 2008, pg. 9, by: Nicola Christie, "Helena cuts loose"

-   "The Observer" (UK), 6 January 2008, by: Barbara Ellen, "Drop dead gorgeous"

-   "Playboy" (USA), January 2008, Vol. 55, Iss. 1, pg. 78-80, by: Jason Buhrmester, "20Q: Helena Bonham Carter"

-   "The Sunday Times" (UK), 29 April 2007, by: Lesley White, "Oh, golly goth"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 10 December 2005, Vol. 327, Iss. 4263, pg. 21-22, by: E. Jane Dickson, "The Mother of all Roles"

-   "The Times Screen" (UK), 15 January 2004, pg. 6-7, by: David Eimer, "Billy the Kid's Mother"

-   "Red" (UK), September 2001

-   "Maxim" (USA), August 2001, pg. 106-107, by: William Shaw, "The Naked Ape"

-   "Cinema" (Greece), March 2000, Iss. 110, pg. 71, by: Loukas Katsikas, "This is a woman's world"

-   "Total Film" (UK), February 1998, Iss. 13, pg. 34, by: Helen Van Kruyssen

-   "Empire" (UK), 1997, Iss. 93, pg. 9, by: Adam Smith, "How much is a pint of milk ?"

-   "Premiere" (UK), 1997, Vol. 5, Iss. 4, pg. 56-59, by: Louise Brealey, "Heaven or Helena"

-   "Starlog" (USA), December 1994, Iss. 209, by: Lynne Stephens, "Bride of Frankenstein"

-   "Radio Times" (UK), 2 June 1990, Vol. 265, Iss. 3468, pg. 14, by: Nicki Household, "The tale of Helena Bonham-Carter"

-   "The Observer Food Monthly" (UK), November 2010, pg. 33, by: Ian Tucker, "Toast"

-   "Telegraph Magazine" (UK), 13 February 2010, pg. 26 - 31, by: Mark Salisbury, "Even Curiouser"

-   "The Guardian Weekend" (UK), 6 February 2010, pg. 16 - 19 + 21 + 23, by: Simon Hattenstone (interview) Gustavo Papaleo (portraits), "We're the Bonkers Couple"

-   "Parade" (USA), 16 December 2007, pg. 32, by: James Brady, "In Step With: Helena Bonham Carter"

-   "The Independent Newspaper" (UK), 5 October 2006, Iss. 6231, pg. 9, by: Terri Judd, "Bonham Carter joins attack on Hollywood's bias against the old"

-   "Total Film" (Hungary), January 2000, Vol. 1, Iss. 10, pg. 12, by: Gergely Zöldi

-   "Movieline" (USA), December 1999, Vol. X, Iss. 4, pg. 62-67+92, by: Martha Frankel, "California Dreaming"

-   "Madison" (USA), July 1999, Vol. 1, Iss. 7, pg. 128-135, by: Roger Lewis, "More Than the Sum of Her Parts"

-   "A Capital" (Portugal), 2 October 1998, pg. 72

-   "Movieline" (USA), September 1998, Vol. 10, Iss. 1, pg. 91, by: Michael Atkinson, "Greatish Performances On Video: A Room With A View"

-   "Entertainment Weekly" (USA), 13 February 1998, Vol. 1, Iss. 418, pg. 28-30, by: Elizabeth Gleick, "Faces Of The Oscars: The Wings Of The Dove"

-   "Celebrity Skin" (USA), 2011, Iss. 7, pg. 41, by: Editor, "Summer Blockbuster Stars: Helena Bonham Carter"

-   "Playboy" (USA), July 2005, Vol. 52, Iss. 7, pg. 28, by: staff, "Tease Frame: Helena Bonham Carter"

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), October 2002, Iss. 20, pg. 34-35, by: staff, "Monkey Business"

-   "Heat" (UK), 2 February 2002, pg. 26-27, "Helena wears a wacky outfit..."

-   "Red" (UK), September 2001

-   "Maxim" (USA), August 2001, Vol. 5, Iss. 8, pg. 102-110, by: Dominick Guillemot, "The Naked Ape"

-   "New Zealand TV Guide" (New Zealand), 12 May 2001, pg. 124, "Meet the Parents"

-   "High Society" (USA), February 1999, Vol. 24, Iss. 2, pg. 30, by: staff, "Celebrity Exclusive: "Theory of Flight""

-   "Playboy" (USA), November 1998, Vol. 45, Iss. 11, pg. 90, by: Bruce Williamson, "Sex In Cinema 1998"

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1998, Vol. 11, Iss. 9, pg. 12-15, by: staff, "Anatomy Awards: The Wings of the Dove"

-   "Men Only" (UK), 1998, Vol. 63, Iss. 3, pg. 13, by: staff, "The English rose we'd like to pluck"

-   "Celebrity Skin" (USA), January 1995, Vol. 17, Iss. 39, pg. 10-11, by: staff, "Frankenstein's Sexy Fraulien"

-   "Playboy" (USA), November 1994, Vol. 41, Iss. 11, pg. 139, by: Bruce Williamson, "Sex in Cinema 1994"

-   "Celebrity Sleuth" (USA), 1990, Vol. 3, Iss. 6, pg. 20-21, by: staff, "Innocent Until Proven"

-   "Playboy" (USA), November 1986, Vol. 33, Iss. 11, pg. 194, by: Rozsa / Gamma Liasion, "Grapevine: A Star is Born"

-   "The Observer Food Monthly" (UK), November 2010

-   "The Guardian Weekend" (UK), 6 February 2010

-   "movieScope Magazine" (UK), January 2008, Vol. 1, Iss. 6

-   "Red" (UK), September 2001

-   "Premiere" (Russia), September 2001

-   "Maxim" (USA), August 2001, Vol. 5, Iss. 8

-   "Premiere" (USA), July 2001, Vol. 14, Iss. 11 (910)

-   "Madison" (USA), July 1999, Vol. 1, Iss. 7

-   "FilmMagasinet" (Norway), February 1995, Iss. 5

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  62. Summer Exhibition (2007) (TV)
  63. Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street (2007)
  64. The Hidden Secrets of Harry Potter (2007) (TV)
  65. "American Idol: The Search for a Superstar" (2002) {Idol Gives Back: Part Two (#6.33)}
  66. "Cartelera" (1994) {(2007-07-07)}
  67. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2007-11-29)}
  68. "Friday Night with Jonathan Ross" (2001) {(#12.6)}
  69. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix': Fulfilling a Prophecy (#14.15)}
  70. Cannes 2006: Crónica de Carlos Boyero (2006) (TV)
  71. Cannes, la alfombra roja (2006) (V)
  72. Sixty Six (2006)
  73. Voices from the Underworld (2006) (V)
  74. "Breakfast" (2000) {(2006-11-03)}
  75. "Fashion Police" (2002) {2006 Academy Awards}
  76. "Film '72" (1971) {(2006-10-30)}
  77. Building 'Howards End' (2005) (V)
  78. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)
  79. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory: Different Faces, Different Flavors (2005) (V)
  80. Conversations with Other Women (2005)
  81. Corpse Bride (2005)
  82. Magnificent 7 (2005) (TV)
  83. Wallace & Gromit in The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005)
  84. Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (2005/I) (VG)
  85. "At the Movies" (2004) {(#2.41)}
  86. "Big Brother's Efourum" (2004) {(#3.22)}
  87. "Cinema mil" (2005) {(#1.11)}
  88. "Corazón de..." (1997) {(2005-09-12)}
  89. "Film '72" (1971) {(2005-10-17)}
  90. "HBO First Look" (1992) {Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (#12.16)}
  91. "HBO First Look" (1992) {Wallace & Gromit: The Curse of the Were-Rabbit (#12.22)}
  92. "Magacine" (1996) {(2005-10-28)}
  93. "Planet Voice" (2004) {På den røde løber med Planet Voice}
  94. The Orange British Academy Film Awards (2004) (TV)
  95. Big Fish (2003)
  96. Celebrity Naked Ambition (2003) (TV)
  97. Henry VIII (2003) (TV)
  98. Live from Baghdad (2002) (TV)
  99. The Heart of Me (2002)
  100. The Orange British Academy Film Awards (2002) (TV)
  101. Till Human Voices Wake Us (2002)
  102. "Hollywood, Inc." (2002) {The Battle of the Blockbusters}
  103. "So Graham Norton" (1998) {(#5.12)}
  104. "The Kumars at No. 42" (2001) {(#2.5)}
  105. "The View" (1997) {(2002-11-14)}
  106. Football (2001)
  107. Novocaine (2001)
  108. Planet of the Apes (2001)
  109. Planet of the Apes: Rule the Planet (2001) (TV)
  110. The Making of 'Planet of the Apes' (2001) (TV)
  111. "5 News" (1997) {(2001-08-13)}
  112. "HBO First Look" (1992) {The Making of 'Planet of the Apes' (#8.9)}
  113. "Troldspejlet" (1989) {Troldspejlet special: Tilbage til Abernes planet (#25.16)}
  114. Carnivale (2000)
  115. Comic Relief: The Record Breaker (1999) (TV)
  116. Fight Club (1999)
  117. Passion and Romance: The Wings of the Dove (1999) (V)
  118. The Nearly Complete and Utter History of Everything (1999) (TV)
  119. Women Talking Dirty (1999)
  120. "Bravo Profiles: The Entertainment Business" (1998)
  121. 4th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (1998) (TV)
  122. The 50th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards (1998) (TV)
  123. The 70th Annual Academy Awards (1998) (TV)
  124. The Revengers' Comedies (1998)
  125. The Theory of Flight (1998)
  126. "Merlin" (1998) {Part 1 (#1.1)}
  127. "Merlin" (1998) {Part 2 (#1.2)}
  128. "Merlin" (1998) {Part 3 (#1.3)}
  129. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1998-02-10)}
  130. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1998-12-14)}
  131. Keep the Aspidistra Flying (1997)
  132. The Petticoat Expeditions (1997)
  133. The Wings of the Dove (1997)
  134. Venice Report (1997) (TV)
  135. "Late Night with Conan O'Brien" (1993) {(1997-11-06)}
  136. "Late Show with David Letterman" (1993) {(1997-01-28)}
  137. Portraits chinois (1996)
  138. Twelfth Night (1996)
  139. "The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century" (1996) {Explosion (#1.1)}
  140. "The Great War and the Shaping of the 20th Century" (1996) {Slaughter (#1.4)}
  141. Jeremy Hardy Gives Good Sex (1995) (V)
  142. Margaret's Museum (1995)
  143. Mighty Aphrodite (1995)
  144. A Dark Adapted Eye (1994) (TV)
  145. Butter (1994) (TV)
  146. Frankenstein (1994)
  147. "Absolutely Fabulous" (1992) {Hospital (#2.1)}
  148. "The Good Sex Guide" (1993) {(#2.1)}
  149. Dancing Queen (1993) (TV)
  150. Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald (1993) (TV)
  151. Howards End (1992)
  152. White Bear's Secret (1992) (TV)
  153. Brown Bear's Wedding (1991) (TV)
  154. Where Angels Fear to Tread (1991)
  155. "Jackanory" (1965) {The Way to Sattin Shore: Part 2}
  156. "Jackanory" (1965) {The Way to Sattin Shore: Part 3}
  157. "Jackanory" (1965) {The Way to Sattin Shore: Part 4}
  158. "Jackanory" (1965) {The Way to Sattin Shore: Part 5}
  159. Hamlet (1990)
  160. "Jackanory" (1965) {The Way to Sattin Shore: Part 1}
  161. Francesco (1989)
  162. Getting It Right (1989)
  163. "Theatre Night" (1985) {Arms and the Man (#4.1)}
  164. La maschera (1988)
  165. Six Minutes with Ludwig (1988)
  166. A Hazard of Hearts (1987) (TV)
  167. Especial Oscars 86 (1987) (TV)
  168. Maurice (1987)
  169. The 59th Annual Academy Awards (1987) (TV)
  170. "Miami Vice" (1984) {The Savage (#3.15)}
  171. "Miami Vice" (1984) {Theresa (#3.16)}
  172. "Screen Two" (1985) {The Vision (#4.1)}
  173. Lady Jane (1986)
  174. "Breakfast Time" (1983) {(1986-06-30)}
  175. A Room with a View (1985)
  176. A Pattern of Roses (1983) (TV)