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Helen McCrory, who died on Friday aged 52 from cancer, played Aunt Polly in "Peaky Blinders."
The show continued filming on Monday and they used a special clapperboard as a tribute to McCrory.
The clapperboard featured an illustration of her character alongside the words "rest in peace Helen."
"Peaky Blinders" is pushing on with its sixth series despite the loss of one of its stars last week - Aunt Polly actress Helen McCrory died of cancer aged 52.
The makers of the show have offered a special tribute to the late actress, who also starred as Narcissa Malfoy in "Harry Potter," in the form of an illustrated clapperboard.
"Blinders" director Anthony Byrne shared a snap of the clapperboard, which was adorned with a drawing of McCrory as Aunt Polly. Alongside the artwork were the words: "Rest in peace Helen."
"Today was beautiful and strange and sad and surreal. We found ourselves in the most beautiful environment. The sun beating down on us and it felt ok. It was incredible but not surprising to read the many tributes and articles dedicated to Helen over the weekend," Byrne captioned his post on Instagram.
He continued: "This is our 'A' camera board and Polly Gray is always in front of our cameras.
"This board was designed by @lo_marie_s a super talented tattoo artist in Manchester. It has meant a huge amount to me and the crew on Peaky to have an image of Helen on set with us everyday."
Byrne's shot was reposted across the BBC's social media with the caption: "Forever part of the 'Peaky Blinders' family," the BBC drama show posted across their social media channels.
There have been five seasons of "Peaky Blinders" to date, with McCrory a part of the main cast for every season. A sixth season is currently filming, although it is unknown whether McCrory filmed any scenes for the season before she died.
McCrory's husband, "Homeland" actor Damian Lewis, announced McCrory's death on Saturday.
"I'm heartbroken to announce that after a heroic battle with cancer, the beautiful and mighty woman that is Helen McCrory has died peacefully at home, surrounded by a wave of love from friends and family," Lewis tweeted on Friday.
The announcement was met with a flurry of heartfelt reactions from celebrities who all wrote their own tributes to the actress.
JK Rowling wrote: "I'm devastated to learn of the death of Helen McCrory, an extraordinary actress and a wonderful woman who's left us far too soon."
Meanwhile, her "Peaky Blinders" costar Cillian Murphy wrote a statement calling McCrory "a beautiful, caring, funny, compassionate human being."
"She elevated and made humane every scene, every character she played. It was a privilege to have worked with this brilliant woman, to have shared so many laughs over the years. I will dearly miss my pal," Murphy wrote.
McCrory had a varied career with many credits on stage as well as in movies and TV shows. As well as her role in "Peaky Blinders" and "Harry Potter," McCrory also had key roles in "The Queen" as Cherie Blair and in "Skyfall" as British politician Clair Dowar. She also earned two Laurence Olivier Award nominations for roles in theatre.
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