What sources say Milicent is a Half-Blood?
22.214.171.124 11:52, April 11, 2011 (UTC)
I checked the source of her blood status through the full transcript link on the Harry Potter and Me article and did a find in page for "pure", "half", "Millicent", and "Bulstrode" and also search of Accio-quote (the site with the transcript) for "Millicent Bulstrode" and found nothing. It seems the reference to her blood-status isn't any good. -Shorty1982 11:49, October 18, 2011 (UTC)
- Nope, she's a half-blood, per the image on the Harry Potter and Me page. Quick checking shows that the middle column indicates blood status, and that a sun with no circle around it equals half-blood. See Seamus Finnigan, whose circle is crossed out and whose "dad's a Muggle; Mam's a witch. Bit of a nasty shock for him when he found out." 1337star 18:21, October 18, 2011 (UTC)
Do we know for sure that that's Millicent in the picture?
Millicent in COS film?
- Millicent Bulstrode is the only named female Slytherin role in COS and the image taken from Transfiguration class is the only time any female Slytherin is given somewhat individual screen time in the film. Also, the character image matches the description provided in the book. However, as the actress credited with the role, Helen Stuart, doesn't appear to have done any other work, it's difficult to confirm that she is the actress shown. This issue is discussed in the Behind the scenes section, so unless someone has more information, it comes down to a comfort level that File:HP2-0143.jpg and File:MBulstrode.jpg are possibly/presumably/probably Millicent Bulstrode. --Ironyak1 (talk) 12:42, May 21, 2016 (UTC)
- Helen Stuart apparently currently writes for 'Woman' magazine. She has a Twitter (see here), and she has mentioned her time on the Harry Potter set before (1, 2, 3), so I'm fairly positive it's the same person. Looking at her pictures, she also seems to be the same person as the background girl in Chamber of Secrets. -- 16:22, May 27, 2016 (UTC)