(CNN) – Famous British actress Helen McGregor has died at the age of 52 after appearing in the hit TV series Beeky Blinders and the Harry Potter movie series. Her husband and co-star Damien Lewis said in a statement on Twitter on Friday that “after a heroic battle with cancer,” McRory “passed away peacefully at home surrounded by waves of love from friends and family.”
MacRae is best known in the UK and abroad for her portrayals of Narcissus Malboy, the mother of Harry Potter’s Revenge Draco Malboy in the Harry Potter film series, and the firm matriarch Polly Gray of the popular Peeky series. BBC One Blinders.
Louise, who married McGregor in 2007, said in his statement that his wife “died as he lived.” Without fear “.
“God, we love her and we know how lucky we are to have her in our lives. She shone so brightly. Now go, little one, go in the air and thank you,” the statement concluded.
Official Peeky Blinders Twitter account Macroe posted a photo of herself playing the role of Polly Gray, saying, “All of our love and thoughts are with Helen’s family.”
The world Twitter account of the guide who calls himself “the official home of Harry Potter and the fantastic beasts” said, “They are deeply saddened to learn of the passing of our beloved Helen McGregor, who portrayed Narcissus Malbo in the Harry series so deeply and brilliantly.
Matt Lucas, a British comedian and actor who worked with MacRae in a non-profit campaign to feed health workers at Britain’s National Health Service (NHS), said the actress would be remembered for her “indifference and generosity”.
“She and Damien worked tirelessly during the epidemic to raise millions for FeedNHS engines and others.”
BBC drama director Pierce Wenger called Helen “one of the best actresses this country has ever seen.”
“From Potter to Beeky, from Blair to Bond, Helen’s courage made every character unique and unacceptable.”
The UK’s iconic national stadium, where McGregor has been on stage several times, has called McGorry “undoubtedly one of the best actors of his generation” and one of its “most unique and captivating artists”.
MacRory also served as an ambassador for Britain’s Old Wick Theater, which he called “a glowing presence on stage and screen” that “made us laugh”.