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Helen Grayco Obituary: “Helen Grayco, dead at 97. She was a singer and actress, best known for her long association with novelty big-band leader Spike Jones. Helen was married to Jones for 18 years, but their professional partnership lasted longer. She was the mother of multi-Grammy award winner Leslie Ann Jones, a recording engineer and Director of Scoring for Lucasfilm Ltd. (8/20/22).” Full Obituary
Helen McCrory Obituary: McCrory was small of stature but huge of spirit, ferocious, even feral, on the stage. No disrespect to the admirable Tricycle theatre (now the Kiln) in north London, but her tremendous 1995 Lady Macbeth opposite Lennie James, directed by Nicolas Kent, really should have reached a much wider audience. She was always compelling and poised, coiled like a cobra, ready for the fray. She was elemental, fire and earth, and could encompass the world in a tragic embrace. She played great roles: Belvedira in Otway’s Venice Preserved at the Royal Exchange, Manchester, in 1994; the catalytic Anna in Pinter’s erotic dreamscape Old Times at the Donmar Warehouse in 2004; the tragically destructive Rebecca West in Ibsen’s Rosmersholm (Freud’s favourite Ibsen play) at the Almeida in 2008. Twenty years ago, I had her down as “the next Judi Dench”. Now, as Richard Eyre has said, we are deprived of all the great performances she might have delivered in the coming years, in new plays as well as in the classics. Born in London, she was the eldest of three children of Iain McCrory, a Glaswegian diplomat from a Catholic background, and his wife, Ann (nee Morgans), a Cardiff-born physiotherapist from a Welsh Protestant family. The family was peripatetic due to her father’s postings abroad – in Cameroon, Tanzania, Norway and France. Helen returned to Britain to attend Queenswood school, in Hatfield, Hertfordshire, where her instinctive acting talent was encouraged by the drama teacher Thane Bettany (father of the actor Paul Bettany). She auditioned for the Drama Centre school in London and told the director who turned her down, Christopher Fettes, that she would apply every year until they admitted her. One year later, after she had worked in Paris and travelled in Italy, they did. Eyre brought her almost immediately into the National, where she joined the 1992 revival of Declan Donnellan’s fine 1989 production of Lope de Vega’s Fuente Ovejuna, translated by Adrian Mitchell. She put down a serious marker first as Rose Trelawny in John Caird’s wonderful 1993 revival of Pinero’s hymn to a changing theatre, Trelawny of the Wells, then as an exuberant and radiant Nina in Caird’s staging of Chekhov’s The Seagull, particularly impressive as the crushed leftovers of her own dream in the last act. Full Obituary
Helen Adele Hiles Obituary: On March 19, 2022, Helen Adele Hiles, 62, who resided in Chester Springs, Pennsylvania, passed away. She was the daughter of John Thomas Duncan and the late Helen Jane (Patterson) Duncan, and she was born on June 26, 1959 in the city of Darby, Pennsylvania. Over the course of more than three decades, Helen served as an English Instructor in the Spring-Ford School District. Because Helen found teaching and seeing her students succeed to be such a rewarding experience, she spent her free time serving as a tutor for students in the hopes of assisting them in achieving and even surpassing their objectives. Helen had a wonderful time with her family while on vacation in Ocean City, New Jersey, especially while walking along the boardwalk. Helen Hiles was the adoring wife of Fredrick P. Hiles, the doting mother of John and Jason Hiles, and the devoted sister of Deborah Harkins (John Molner), Barbara Tucker (Paul), and Judy Duncan. Helen passed away on November 19, 2004. Her funeral service will begin at 11:30 AM on Tuesday, March 29, 2022, and her visitation will be held from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM at The Donohue Funeral Home, located at 1627 West Chester Pike, West Chester, Pennsylvania 19382. Relatives and friends are welcome to attend. Garnett Valley’s Siloam Methodist Church Cemetery was the location of the interment. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to the American Heart Association, which can be sent to 625 W. Ridge Pike, Conshohocken, Pennsylvania 19428. Full Obituary
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