What Was Helen McCrory's Net Worth When She Died?

The world lost a beloved and accomplished actress when Helen McCrory died on April 16, 2021. After studying acting at the Drama Centre in London, per The Famous PeopleMcCrory started her theater career in 1990 with a role in The Importance of Being Earnest. She went on to win an Ian Charleson Award for Trelawney of the Wells and the Manchester Evening News' Best Actress Award for Blood Wedding. She continued acting in stage productions throughout her life as well as expanding to roles on both the small screen as well as the big screen. 

McCrory often appeared in period pieces, including television productions of Anna Karenina, In A Land of Plenty, and Charles II: The Power and the Passion, and films such as director Gillian Armstrong's Charlotte Gray, The Count of Monte Cristo, and Casanova, in which she played the mother of the title character, portrayed by Heath Ledger. She also played the role of Cherie Blair, wife of former British Prime Minister Tony Blair in The Queen (2006) and The Special Relationship (2010). In 2019, she voiced Stelmaria in the BBC/HBO adaptation of His Dark Materials. 

Helen McCrory and Damian Lewis bought a home from Hugh Laurie

Helen McCrory's most famous roles were arguably that of Narcissa Malfoy in the movie adaptations of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince and Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Part I and Part II and of Aunt Polly, matriarch and sometimes leader of the criminal gang the Shelby Family in the television series Peaky BlindersShe was married to actor Damian Lewis (shown with McCrory above) and they had two children, Manon and Gulliver. The couple owns a townhouse located in Tufnell Park, North London, which they bought from fellow British actor Hugh Laurie, as well as a house near the town of Sudbury in Suffolk, England. 

At the time of her death, per Celebrity Net Worth, Helen McCrory had a net worth of $25 million. This figure was determined by combining her net worth with that of her husband. According to his personal websiteLewis has numerous acting credits to his name, including roles in the miniseries Band of Brothers; the Showtime series Homeland, for which he earned Emmy and Golden Globe awards; and the miniseries Wolf Hall, in which he played Henry VIII. Both McCrory and Lewis were made Officers of the Order of the British Empire (OBE) for their services to drama.