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Entertainment: Helen McCrory († 52): The "Harry Potter" star has died of cancer

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She played in several of the "Harry Potter" films, with "James Bond: Skyfall", "the Queen" and in countless others Stripes that were built on all over the world. Now the British actress Helen McCrory (†) was surprisingly died at the age of only 52 years.

helen-gettyimages-1163776336-sw.jpg © Getty Images Europe / Stuart C. Wilson Helen-GettyImages-1163776336-SW.JPG Damian Lewis mourns Helen McCrory

This confirms her husband, the " Homeland " star Damian Lewis (50) in a moving statement which he shared on Twitter : "With broken heart I have to announce that the beautiful and impressive woman, the Helen McCrory was lost her heroic fight against the cancer and died peacefully at home, surrounded by a wave of love from your friends and your family. "

further added, "She died, as she lived. Fearless. God, we love her and know what lucky we had to have had in our lives. They shone so bright. Now go, small, in The air into, thank you. "

next to her husband, the Hollywood star leaves two children she had with him. Daughter Manon is 14 years old, son gulliver 13.

Pat McCrory's Resurgence a Loss for Cancel Culture .
When I first met former North Carolina Gov. Pat McCrory during the summer of 2017, he was still fresh off of his 2016 election loss, when North Carolina Attorney General Roy Cooper prevailed by approximately 10,000 votes. We spoke often in those days, as he recounted stories from his time in office with the idea that we might one day compile them - the building blocks for a potential memoir about a political career unduly cut short by a policy decision whipped into a national frenzy. © AP Photo/Chuck Burton, File Pat McCrory, Ann McCrory Perhaps he was one of the earliest casualties of this now-pervasive trend of “cancellation.

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