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  • Kaitlyn

    From 2007-2011, #MaggieSmith continued to film the final #HarryPotter movies while battling breast cancer. During the filming of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince, she had shingles and was forced to wear a wig in order to continue filming.

  • Hazel Lyn Mallare

    During the years of 2007-2011, Maggie Smith continued to film the final Harry Potter movies, all while battling breast cancer. During the filming of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood prince, she had shingles and was forced to wear a wig in order to continue filming. Maggie Smith/ Professor McGonagal= True Gryffindor.

  • Shelby

    Maggie Smith battled breast cancer in the years 2007-2011, but continued to film the movies. During the filming of the Half Blood Prince, she battled shingles and had to wear a wig. She is a remarkable woman and a true Gryffindor.♥

  • Sarah McCaughey

    During the years of 2007-2011, Maggie Smith continued to film the final Harry Potter movies, all while battling breast cancer. During the filming of Harry Potter and the Half-Blood prince, she had shingles and was forced to wear a wig in order to continue filming. Maggie Smith/ Professor McGonagal= True Griffindor. Absolutely inspiring. This is why, Dame Maggie Smith has my absolute respect and admiration!

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