Helen Mirren looks marvelous without makeup. Below, she is pictured with little to no makeup on her face.
Helen Mirren was born born 26 July 1945 in London, England. Mirren’s role was uncredited in 1966 movie Press for Time. She became quickly popular. Her role of Caesonia in Caligula movie from 1979 belongs to her most daring characters. Young Helen did several braless scenes for this film. Her other notable appearances include Caesar and Claretta, Excalibur, and White Nights. In 2013, she appeared on RED 2.
Mirren famously dated and lived with actor Liam Neeson during the early ’80s. They met while working on “Excalibur” together. She began dating American director Taylor Hackford in 1986, who she met while working on the set of “White Nights,” and the two were married in December 1997 in the Scottish Highlands. Mirren has no children and has said in interviews that she has “no maternal instinct whatsoever.”
No Makeup Pictures
Helen Mirren is looking magnificent when she is makeup-free. Check out her natural beauty and outstanding skin.
What is makeup? Well it includes products such as: cosmetics, foundation, powder, rouge and blusher. Other examples are: concealer, lipstick and mascara.
Inspirational Quotes by Helen Mirren
"It's a mystery, that thing about chemistry, because often people who hate each other in real life and hate each other on the set have great chemistry on the screen. And people who love each other in real life and love each other on the set have absolutely no chemistry whatsoever."Helen Mirren
"I've been working every year since I started acting, and I got many awards before I won the Oscar for 'The Queen.'"Helen Mirren
"I am quite spiritual. I believed in the fairies when I was a child. I still do sort of believe in the fairies. And the leprechauns. But I don't believe in God."Helen Mirren
"I love men that love women. Morgan Freeman, who I worked with on 'RED,' was very flattering to me. But he is flattering to all women. He is a woman-charmer."Helen Mirren
"There's a scary moment when you realise you're no longer the youngest person in the room. Especially if you've been a successful young person. That's followed, of course, by the realisation that you're actually the oldest person in the room."Helen Mirren