Helen Mirren ‘immortalised’ at Grauman’s Chinese Theatre

British actress' prints are there with luminaries of Hollywood

Helen Mirren left her hand and foot imprints at Hollywood‘s famous Grauman’s Chinese Theatre.

The veteran actress laid down her imprints on a paving slab at the Hollywood landmark, alongside those of various other acting luminaries.

She was introduced to the public as her slab was unveiled by her Arthur co-star Russell Brand, who described Mirren as an “empress, deity, God’s representative here on Earth“, reports Digitalspy.co.uk

She said: “There have been three real moments of real triumph in my life. The first was being made a Dame of the British Empire, of which I’m enormously proud, the second was winning an Oscar, and the third is having my hands and feet in front of Grauman’s Chinese.”


She added: “Yes, I am a Dame of the British Empire, but now I’m very proud to say that I’m one of the many Dames on the Hollywood Boulevard.”

Mirren kept her high heels on when she stepped into the cement. Arthur opens in the UK on April 22.


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