Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’) deserves to win the Golden Globe despite her incredible rivals

Helena Bonham Carter (‘The Crown’) deserves to win the Golden Globe despite her incredible rivals
Helena Bonham Carter is primarily known for her big-screen roles ranging from her 1985 debut, “A Room With a View,” to being villainous Bellatrix Lestrange in the “Harry Potter” franchise. She was Oscar-nominated as a lead in 1997’s “The Wings of the Dove” and for her supporting role as King George VI’s wife and mother of Queen Elizabeth II and Princess Margaret in 2010’s “The King’s Speech.”

But Bonham Carter has also been lauded for a fair number of her TV efforts as well. In fact, she has received more recognition for her small-screen work at the Golden Globes, with four previous nominations for a miniseries or a TV film: 1993’s “Fatal Deception: Mrs. Lee Harvey Oswald,” 1998’s “Merlin,” 2002’s “Live From Baghdad” and 2013’s “Burton and Taylor.” As for Emmys, her lone win was an International Emmy for her performance in 2009’s “Enid” as British children’s author Enid Blyton.
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