Helen Mirren Net Worth

Helen Mirren’s Net Worth/Source of Income

She is an English actress who has a net worth of ~$80 million to $90 million.

Net Worth 2024

~$80 million to $90 million

Who is Helen Mirren?

Helen Mirren is known as an English actress. She is only the English Actress who achieved the Triple Crown of Acting in both US and the UK. Helen Mirren had worked in both television and film. She got many awards for her performance in the theatre.

Hellen Mirren was born on 26 July 1945 in Hammersmith, a district of London in Queen Charlottes and Chelsea Hospital. She is the daughter of an English mother and a Russian father. Helen Mirren was brought up in Leigh-on-Sea, Essex.

Personal life

Helen Mirren and Taylor Hackford met on the set “Night Whites” which took place in 1985. Taylor Hackford is an American Director. Their marriage ceremony took place at Ardersier Parish Church in the Scottish highlands. This was Mirren’s first and Taylor’s third marriage. They have no child from this marriage. But Taylor has two children from his previous marriage.

Mirren loves to live on beaches. By British Naturism, she was entitled Nature of the year in 2004. In 2017, Mirren became a US citizen and voted in 2020.

Helen Mirren Bio/Wiki


Helen Mirren’s nationality is British.

Zodiac sign

Her zodiac sign is Leo.


Her height is 5 feet 4 inches.


Mirren’s waist is 27 inches.

Hair color

Her hair color is Grey.

Dress size

Mirren dree size is 8 (US).


Mirren’s weight is 56 kg.

Eye color

Her eye color is blue.

Hair color

Her hair color is Grey.

Dress size

Mirren’s dress size is 8 (US).

Feet size

Her feet size is 8.5 (US).

Body shape

Mirren’s body shape is Hourglass.


Her religion is Atheist.


Mirren’s ethnicity is white.


Helen Mirren’s professions are Acting, Film production, and voice acting.


She received her education from Court Primary School Westcliff-on-Sea. In this school, Helen Mirren played a lead role in a school production of Hansel and Gretel. She also studied at St Bernard High School for Girls in Southend-On-Sea. In this school, Helen Mirren also played a role in school productions.

Then she joined the New College of Speech and Drama in London. At the age of eighteen, Helen Mirren auditioned for National Youth Theatre and she was selected for this audition.



Taylor Hackford is her husband. He is an American director.


Her father was named Vasily Petrovich Mironoff. He was a member of a Russian family. Vasily worked as a car driver. Before World War II, he played viola with London Philharmonic Orchestra. Vasily worked as an ambulance driver during the war.

Then during the blitz, he served in the East end of London. In 1938, Vasily was married to Hammersmith. He then changed his name to Basil before 1951. After the birth of Halen, Vasily left the orchestra, and to support his family he rejoin his cab driving job. Before becoming a Civil Servant with the Ministry of Transport, Basil worked as a driving test examiner. By deed poll, he changed his family name to Mirren in 1951.


Kathlene Kitty Alexander Eva Matilda was her mother. Her mother was the working woman of West Ham.


Pyotr Vasilievich Mironov was her grandfather. He owned a family estate near Gzhatsk. Pyotr was a part of the Russian family. He served as a colonel in the Imperial Russian Army.

Pyotr then fought Russo-Japanese War in the1904. In 1917, when he and his family were stranded by the Russian Revolution Pyotr was negotiating an arms deal in Britain.

 Great Grandmother:

Mirren’s great-grandmother was Countess Lydia amndreevna Kamen Skaya. She was an aristocrat and a descendant of Count Mikhail Fedotovich Kamensky.


Her younger brother is peter, Basil. He was born in 1947.


Her elder sister is Katherine who was born in 1942.

Theatre career:

Helen Mirren, at the age of twenty, played the role of Cleopatra in the National Youth Theatre, and in Old Vic, she played the role of Antony. About this role, Helen Mirren says that this role started her career. Then she signed with agent Al Parker.

After Helen Mirren had worked in National Youth Theatre, she joined the Royal Shakespeare Company. Between 1965 and 1967, at the University Theatre in Manchester, Helen Mirren appeared in four productions at Braham Murray for Century Theatre.

While working with the Royal Shakespeare Company in 1970, director and producer John Goldschmidt made a film with Helen Mirren. This movie was released on the ITV network in the UK.

She joined Peter Brooks International center in 1072 and 1973 for Theatre Research. Helen Mirren also joined tour groups in North Africa and the US. During this tour, they created The Conference of the Birds. At Stratford theatre in 1974 and at Aldwych Theatre in 1975, she played the role of Macbeth.

Helen Mirren’s Television career:

In the television serial “Prime Suspect” Mirren played the role of detective Jane Tennison. This drama was noted for its high quality and popularity.

Dramas list:

1-As You Like It

2-Cousin Bette

3-Blue Remembered Hills

4-Dead Woman’s Shoes

5-The Roman Spring of Mrs. Stone

6-The Twilight Zone

7-The Passion of Ayn Rand

8-Door to Door

9-The Collection

10-Laurence Olivier Presents

11-Elizabeth I

On 9 April 201, Mirren also hosted a live show “Saturday Night”.

Film career:         

Helen Mirren worked in many movies. She performed leading as well as supporting roles in films.

Herostratus Dir

This was released in 1967. This was a drama film directed by Don Levy.

Midsummer Night’s Dream

This movie was released in 1968. This was a movie made on Shakespeare’s play. This movie was directed by Peter Hall.

The Long Good Friday

This movie was released in 1980. This was a British gangster movie about Mirren with Bob Hoskins.

Age of consent

This movie was released in 1969. This was a romantic comedy-drama movie. This movie was directed by Michael Powell.

O Lucky Man

This movie was released in 1973. This was a British comedy-drama movie. This movie was directed by Lindsay Anderson.


This movie was released in 1979. This was a historical drama movie. Bob Guccione was the producer of this movie.

The King Arthur spoof

This movie was released in 1980.


This movie was released in 1981. This was a British epic medieval movie. John Boorman was the director and writer of this movie.

White Nights

This movie was released in 1985. This was an American musical drama movie. This movie was directed by Helen Mirren’s husband Taylor Hackford.

The Mosquito Coast

This movie was released in 1986. This was also an American drama film. This movie was directed by Peter Weir.

Pascalis Island

This movie was released in 1988. This was a British drama movie made on the novel of Barry Unsworth and directed by James Dearden.

The Prince of Egypt

This movie was released in 1988.

When the Whales came

This movie was released in 1989 and directed by Clive Rees. This was a British movie.

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover

This is a crime drama movie. This movie is directed by Peter Greenway. This was released in 1989.

Joel Hershman’s Greenfingers

This movie was about prisoners of HMP Lyhill and was released in 2000. This movie was a comedy but a true story. This movie was about a minimum-security prison, who won gardening. In this movie, Helen Mirren played the role of a devoted plantswoman.

The Pledge

In the same year, she worked on the movie The Pledge. In this movie, Helen Mirren played the role of a Child Psychologist.

No Such Thing

In the same year 2000, she worked on the film No Such Thing. In this movie, Helen Mirren played the role of a soulless television producer.

Gosford Park

This was a black comedy-mystery movie released in 2001.

Nigel Cole’s comedy Calendar Girls

This movie was released in 2003. Initially, Mirren refused to join this project. Later she came to know the casting of co-star Julie Walters in this movie. Then Mirren decided to join this project. This film earned $96 million.

The Clearing

This movie was released in 2004. This was a drama movie based on the real-life kidnapping of Gerrit Jain Heijn.


This movie was also released in 2004. This was a television comedy-drama movie.

Raising Helen

This was an American comedy movie. This movie was released in the same year 2004 and directed by Garry Marshall.


This was a crime thriller movie released in 2005. This movie was directed by Lee Daniels.

The Cook, The Thief, His Wife, and Her Lover

This was a crime drama movie. This movie was directed by Peter Greenway. This was released in 1989.

Teaching Mrs. Tingle

This was an American teen black comedy movie. This was released in 1999 and directed by Kevin Williamson.

Woman in Gold:

This was a biographical drama movie released in 2015.

Collateral Beauty

This was an American drama movie released in 2016.

 Cries from Syria

This was a documentary movie released in 2017.

The Fast and the Furious

This was an action movie centered on cars.

Supporting role movies of Helen Mirren

1-Book of Secrets


3-State of Play

4-The Last Station


Helen Mirren won Academy Award and British Academy Award for sketching Queen Elizabeth II.

She won four Primetime Emmy Awards and one Tony award.

Helen Mirren won three consecutive British Academy Television Awards for best actress for her role in Prime Suspect. She won two Prime Suspect Awards.

In 2003, she was appointed a Dame for the service to drama which took place in Buckingham Palace.

Mirren played the role of Queen Elizabeth I in television series in 2005. In the film “The Queen” she played the role of Queen Elizabeth II in 2006. She also won Cannes Film Festival Award for best actress in 2010.

Helen Mirren was awarded a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2013.

From the British Academy Of Film and Television, she received BAFTA Fellowship for lifetime achievement.

In 2021, she was awarded Screen Actors Guild Life Achievement Award.

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