'The Queen' and Helen Mirren

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Actress Helen Mirren has been nominated for three Golden Globes this year. For her roles in the TV mini-series Prime Suspect and Elizabeth I, and for her work in the film The Queen. Mirren has performed with the Royal Shakespeare Company, and in the films Gosford Park, The Comfort of Strangers, The Cook, the Thief, His Wife & Her Lover, Age of Consent, The Long Good Friday and Excalibur. This interview originally aired on Apr. 18, 2006.



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