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Representing Agent: Debi Allen
Height: 5'7
Hair Colour: Blonde
Eye Colour: Blue
Roles: Actor
Helen trained at the Birmingham School of Acting and went on to win the Ian Fleming Award to train in Musical Theatre at The Royal Academy of Music.

She is best known for starring in the leading role of the much-loved nurse ‘Trixie Franklin’ in the BAFTA Award winning BBC/ PBS Series Call the Midwife. Call the Midwife counts a loyal fan base of 11 million viewers in the UK alone. She stars opposite Jenny Agutter and Dame Harriet Walter with the Daily Telegraph commenting on her performance, “Of the regular cast, it’s Helen George as Nurse Trixie who continues to impress the most. Pert, rather bold and more than a little vulnerable, Trixie feels like a force of nature.” Call the Midwife series 6 is currently airing and has been recommissioned for an additional three series.

Helen has received critical acclaim for her varied stage credits and, her most recent role being Diana Fletcher in Trevor Nunn's revival of Terrance Rattigan's wartime comedy Love in Idleness - playing at the Menier Chocolate Factory in March - April 2017. In 2016 she played title role of the UK Tour of Patrick Marber’s After Miss Julie, directed by Anthony Banks – “Helen George is utterly mesmerising” (Worcester News), “Extraordinarily voluptuous temptress, played superbly by Helen George… George is excellent in the role” (Bath Chronical).Helen’s other stage credits include Andrew Lloyd Webber’s The Woman in White, two of Nick Bagnall’s productions, A Midsummer Nights Dream and By Jeeves, Love Never Dies (Adelphi Theatre) and Company (Kings Head). She also starred in the dark humoured musical Gutted. A Revengers Musical, with Nick Awde writing in The Stage “The real discovery is Helen George who blends spot-on comic timing with a perfect voice”.

Helen was also seen in 2015 on BBC1’s award winning competition show Strictly Come Dancing. Strictly's first episode of the 2015 series was watched by an average audience of 7.68 million and saw Helen coming second on the leader board and tipped as one of the favourites to win with partner Aljaž Skorjanec. After making all the way to the quarterfinals, Helen joined her fellow Strictly contestant on Strictly Live, in 2016.

In 2011 Helen appeared in Paul W S Andersons remake of The Three Musketeers with Milla Jovovich and Logan Lerman, and in 7LIVES, a fantasy thriller featuring Danny Dyer. Further film credits include short film The Child in 2011 and Scar Tissue in 2013. On radio Helen has appeared alongside Toby Jones in BBC Radio 4’s dramatization of Penelope Fitzgerald’s Human Voices.
The Birmingham School of Acting
The Royal Academy of Music