Claire Foy Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Characters | GQ



From a teenage werewolf to Queen Elizabeth, British actress Claire Foy has put in some powerhouse performances over her storied career. Watch her run us through the stories behind her iconic roles, including ‘Being Human,’ ‘Little Dorrit,’ ‘Wolf Hall,’ ‘The Crown,’ ‘First Man,’ ‘Unsane,’ ‘Breathe’ and ‘The Girl in the Spider’s Web.’

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Claire Foy Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Characters | GQ

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29 thoughts on “Claire Foy Breaks Down Her Most Iconic Characters | GQ

  1. Incredible actor…I saw UNSANE and then watched The Crown and did not realize she had been in the former as the lead till I read it in her IMDB page! I miss her Queen Elizabeth already !

  2. I think it was the Crown that set her up to a world renowned actress for solely reason doing 20 episodes is different than a movie, we get to see her more of her memorable acting. Not even Olivia could fit the shoes, Claire made it almost impossible for the next actress to fill in the Crown main character.

  3. I adore Little Dorrit and have re-watched it several times. She really inhabited that character. It was enough to make me take note of her anytime I saw a title crop up with her name in it.

  4. Her accent, her understated style, down-to-earth nature, and her strikingly blue eyes is all so mesmerising.
    A regal-like persona, that I could totally see myself sitting opposite her at dinner, and just stare her into her eyes, listening to her talk about the weather.

  5. Absolutely loved her in Little Dorrit. She totally captured the essence of that iconic character. Largely thanks to her phenomenal performance it's one of my all-time favourite period dramas and I constantly return to it again and again. No wonder I was truly shocked to discover that after such a fantastic debut her career didn't really take off and for a very long time she seemed to kinda stagnate playing mostly obscure secondary roles. I am really happy that it all changed with the release of The Crown and she finally achieved the well-deserved worldwide recognition.

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