Jason Isaacs and Tom Felton (Lucius and Draco Malfoy) say goodbye to Helen McCrory (Narcissa Malfoy)

Jason Isaacs and Tom Felton (Lucius and Draco Malfoy) say goodbye to Helen McCrory (Narcissa Malfoy)

This Friday sad news was known for the world of cinema, television and theater, as the wonderful actress, Helen McCrory died at 52 after a long battle with cancer, as announced by her husband, actor Damian Lewis through his social networks.

Known for her roles in series such as Peaky Binders or The Dark Matter, lThe actress has been fondly remembered by all those who were able to work with her, including the actors of the Harry Potter saga, Jason Isaacs and Tom Felton, who were her husband and son, respectively, when they formed the evil Malfoy family between the three.

Jason Isaacs, who played Lucius Malfoy, has paid tribute to him with a nice message through his Twitter: “We auditioned together for a movie decades ago. I came home and told Emma [su mujer]: “I think I just met the best actress I have ever seen.” After many years of watching her hypnotize the audience, I don’t think so … I know. Fortunately, I also discovered that she was luridly funny, surprisingly mischievous and with a heart as empathetic as a planet. Despite being dazzled as I was during the Harry Potter movies, having been married on screen and having laughed alongside the great Helen McCrory will always be a ray of light. However, his greatest achievement was always building and loving a family that was always his rock. They have lost a lot so I send all my love to Damian and his children. ”

Tom Felton, who played his son Draco MalfoyInstead, she preferred to use Instagram for her one day mother on screen: “It’s a shame to say goodbye so soon. I never had the opportunity to say it to her but she helped me to form as a person, both on and off the screen. She was always relentlessly herself, with a sharp wit, a silver tongue, and a kind, caring heart. Although she didn’t like fools, she always had time for everyone. Thank you for lighting my way and holding my hand when I did. needed”.

Rest in peace, Helen McCrory.

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