Her National Theatre credits include:
"the bride" in "Blood Wedding", a play by 'Federico Garcia Lorca' (1991-2), "Jacinta" in an international tour of "Fuente Ovejuna" by Félix Lope de Vega
(1992), the title character in "Trelawny of the Wells" by Arthur Wing Pinero
(1993), "Nina" in Anton Chekhov
's "The Seagull" (1994), "Judith" in "The Devil's Disciple" by
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Helen McCroy | Helen McRory
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Did You Know?
Theatre is liberating because it only works if it's truthful, That's what it requires. That's not true of film: the camera does lie. You can be moved by a performance on set, but when you see it on screen, it does nothing. Yet there will be someone you simply didn't notice on set that on screen: bam!
She grew up in Norway, Nigeria, Cameroon, Tanzania, Zanzibar, Madagascar and Paris, among other places.