Dame Helen Mirren Wins Gold Again For Playing The Queen

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November 17, 2013 | 6:25pm EST

Dame Helen Mirren has won another award for playing The Queen.
The great Brit, who picked up a Best Actress Oscar in 2007 for portraying the top royal in The Queen, was named Best Actress at the London Evening Standard Theater Awards on Sunday – this time for her performance in West End stage play The Audience.
Othello co-stars Adrian Lester and Rory Kinnear were both honored with Best Actor trophies for their performances as Othello and Iago, while Dame Maggie Smith and Andrew Lloyd-Webber received special awards at the Savoy Hotel gala.
The Downton Abbey star was feted with the Evening Standard Theater Icon Award, while impresario Lloyd-Webber was recognized for his contribution to musical theater.
There were also accolades for Kevin Spacey, who was honored for his work at London’s Old Vic theater, and to funnyman and author David Walliams for his performance as Bottom in A Midsummer Night’s Dream.
Stephen Sondheim’s Merrily We Roll Along was named 2013’s Best Musical, while director Lucy Kirkwood picked up the Best Play award for Chimerica.
The event was hosted by Homeland star Damian Lewis.

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