She acted in Anton Chekhov's play, "The Three Sisters," in a Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts production at the Vanbrugh Theare in London, England with Sean Bean, James Wilby, Alison Steele, Leslie DoQui, Denica Fairman, Jenny Farnon, Gwynn Beech Davies, Trevor Blythe, and Gerrard McArthur in the cast. Helena Kaut-Howson was ...
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[on being honored with an Oscar nomination for Albert Nobbs
(2011)] There were a lot of people who lived like this. One thing you have to remember in England that is different from over here, is that sodomy if you're a guy was illegal. You'd be kicked out of the country. There was nothing against lesbianism because Queen Victoria didn't believe it existed.
Won Broadway's 1997 Tony Award as Best Actress (Play) for portraying Nora in a revival of Henrik Ibsen
's "A Doll's House."