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Helena Bonham Carter in Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part 2

Helena Bonham Carter (1966 - )

Film DeathsEdit

  • Hamlet (1990) [Ophelia]: Drowned in the river (off-screen); her body is shown afterwards during her funeral procession.
  • Tim Burton's Corpse Bride (2005; animated) [Emily, the Corpse Bride]: Killed (exact method unclear) by Richard E. Grant, some time before the story begins (the murder is shown in silhouette during a flashback musical number). She comes back to life when Johnny Depp recites his wedding vows in the woods where she's buried, and eventually returns to the land of the dead, her body transforming into a swarm of butterflies as she does.
  • Terminator Salvation (2009) [Dr. Serena Kogan]: Dies (off-screen) of cancer, some time between the prologue (set in 2003) and the main story (set in 2018). Her death is mentioned in a newspaper article, and her image is used as an artificial intelligence program later on.
  • Great Expectations (2012) [Miss Havisham]: Burns to death when a lit candle accidentally falls on the wedding dress she is wearing and the fire spreads; she dies while talking to Jeremy Irvine after Jeremy was able to extinguish the flame.
  • Alice Through the Looking Glass (2016) [Red Queen]: Turned into a Rust statue, carried by her sister Anne Hathaway , but the White Queen (Hathaway) is turned into rust statue as well holding Red Queen's rust statue. She is restored when the Grand Clock engine and Chronosphere are reconnected.

TV DeathsEdit

  • Merlin (1998 mini-series) [Morgan Le Fey]: Hits her head on a stone step after Miranda Richardson magically causes her to fall; she dies shortly afterwards as Martin Short kneels beside her. (As she dies, her illusion of beauty fades and she resumes her original appearance.) (Thanks to Farzad)
  • Henry VIII (2003 TV) [Anne Boleyn]: Executed by beheading; her severed head is shown afterwards when the executioner holds it up for the crowd.

Notable ConnectionsEdit

  • Former Girlfriend of Tim Burton (Film Director)
  • Great-granddaughter of H.H. Asquith (former Prime Minister of the United Kingdom, 1908-1916)

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