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posted by Dani06.06.2018

Recently, Claire Foy and Benedict Cumberbatch – for your information, they worked together on Wreckers (2011) – sat down with Variety to talk about various topics, specially their careers, like their hit series, The Crown and Patrick Melrose. Watch the full video below:

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Check out the photoshoot below:

posted by Dani06.01.2018

Claire Foy was spotted, June 1st, shopping for toys at Cachao Toys in London, England. You can check the pictures below:

posted by Dani02.22.2018

‘Unsane’, the new movie starred by Claire Foy, had its premiere at the Berlinale International Film Festival, in Berlin, Germany, on February 21. Claire Foy attended the event and served us with a lot of pictures, check them out below:

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Appearances & Events > 2018 > Feb 21 | 'Unsane' Premiere at 68th Berlinale International Film Festival – Arrivals

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Appearances & Events > 2018 > Feb 21 | 'Unsane' Premiere at 68th Berlinale International Film Festival – Inside

posted by Dani01.29.2018

WHAT AN HONOR! Claire Foy was selected to cover the Vanity Fair 2018’s Hollywood issue with stars such as Oprah Winfrey, Reese Whiterspoon, Nicole Kidman, Tom Hanks, Michael B. Jordan, Zendaya, Jessica Chastain, Michael Shannon, Harrison Ford, Gal Gadot, Robert De Niro and Graydon Carter. And you can check all the details below:

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Photoshoots > 2018 > Set 001

Vanity FairCLAIRE FOY, actor.

7 films, including Unsane (2018); 16 television shows, including The Crown, Season Two (2017).

Quintessential Englishness is the viola Claire Foy plays, usually in period costume. Foy was outfitted with the poshy title of Lady Persephone Towyn in the remake of Upstairs, Downstairs (BBC), lost her head as Anne Boleyn on Wolf Hall (BBC), and was reconstituted for greatness as Queen Elizabeth II on The Crown (Netflix), contending with a moody husband, a lumbering Winston Churchill, a sprawling empire, and the deadweight of protocols and precedents—all while maintaining cameo-brooch composure. In royalty, as in theater, the show must go on.