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Lynn Redgrave

Performer, Writer
( b. Mar 08, 1943 London, ENGLAND - d. May 02, 2010 Kent, Connecticut, USA ) Female
Also known as: Lynn Rachel Redgrave [Birthname]
Relations: Aunt of Natasha Richardson
Daughter of Rachel Kempson
Daughter of Michael Redgrave
Sister of Corin Redgrave
Sister of Vanessa Redgrave
Wife of John Clark (April 2, 1967 - December 22, 2000) divorced

Biography: Lynn Redgrave was born in London on March 8, 1943, the youngest child of the celebrated British actors Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson. She trained at London's Central School of Speech and Drama, and she made her professional acting debut in A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Royal Court Theatre in 1962. She married English actor John Clark in 1967 and had three children: Benjamin Clark, Pema Clark, and Annabel Lucy Clark.

Film/TV Credits: Many film and television credits including "Gods and Monsters," "Peter Pan," "Spider," "Rude Awakening," "Me, Eloise," "The Next Best Thing," "The Simian Line," "Touched," "All I Wanna Do," "Chicken Soup," "Teachers Only," "House Calls," "Centennial," and "The Big Bus."

Other Awards: Golden Globe for Best Actress - Comedy or Musical for "Georgy Girl" in 1966. Golden Globe for Best Performance by an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture for "Gods and Monsters" in 1998.

Trivia:
Redgrave was appointed OBE in 2001.
The marquees of the Broadway theaters were dimmed in her honor on May 4, 2010.



ProductionsDate of Productions
The Constant Wife
[Play, Comedy, Revival]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave [Mrs. Culver]
Jun 16, 2005 - Aug 21, 2005
Moon Over Buffalo
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Lynn Redgrave
        Charlotte Hay - Replacement
Oct 01, 1995 - Jun 30, 1996
Shakespeare for My Father
[Play, Solo, Original]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave [Performer]
  • Written by Lynn Redgrave
  • Conceived by Lynn Redgrave
Apr 26, 1993 - Jan 02, 1994
The Master Builder
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Performer: Lynn Redgrave [Mrs. Aline Solness]
Mar 19, 1992 - Apr 26, 1992
A Little Hotel on the Side
[Play, Original]
  • Performer: Lynn Redgrave [Angelique Pinglet]
Jan 26, 1992 - Mar 01, 1992
Love Letters
[Play, Original]
  • Performer: Lynn Redgrave
        Melissa Gardner - Replacement (Dec 26, 1989 - Dec 31, 1989)
Oct 31, 1989 - Jan 21, 1990
Sweet Sue
[Play, Original]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave [Susan Too]
Jan 08, 1987 - May 31, 1987
Aren't We All?
[Play, Comedy, Romantic Comedy, Revival]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave [Hon. Mrs. W. Tatham]
Apr 29, 1985 - Jul 21, 1985
Saint Joan
[Play, Drama, Revival]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave [Joan]
Dec 15, 1977 - Feb 19, 1978
Knock Knock
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Lynn Redgrave
        Joan - Replacement (May 26, 1976 - ?)
Feb 24, 1976 - Jul 03, 1976
Mrs. Warren's Profession
[Play, Tragedy, Comedy, Revival]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave [Vivie Warren]
Feb 18, 1976 - Apr 04, 1976
My Fat Friend
[Play, Comedy, Original]
  • Performer: Lynn Redgrave [Vicky]
Mar 31, 1974 - Dec 07, 1974
Black Comedy / White Lies
[Play, Farce, Comedy, Original]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave
        Carol Melkett (Jan 31, 1967 - Apr 09, 1967)
Feb 12, 1967 - Dec 02, 1967
Touring ProductionsDates of Touring Productions
The Exonerated
[Play, Drama, Original]
  • Starring: Lynn Redgrave
        Sunny Jacobs (Oct 07, 2003 - Nov 02, 2003)
        Sunny Jacobs - Replacement (Nov 11, 2003 - Nov 23, 2003)
        Sunny Jacobs - Replacement
Oct 07, 2003 - Apr 11, 2004
2006 Tony Award® Best Actress in a Play
The Constant Wife [nominee]
Starring: Lynn Redgrave
2006 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
The Constant Wife [nominee]
Starring: Lynn Redgrave
2003 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play
winner Lynn Redgrave (for "Talking Heads") [winner]
1993 Tony Award® Best Actress in a Play
Shakespeare for My Father [nominee]
Starring: Lynn Redgrave
1993 Drama Desk Award Outstanding One-Person Show
Shakespeare for My Father [nominee]
Starring: Lynn Redgrave
1985 Drama Desk Award Outstanding Actress in a Play
Aren't We All? [nominee]
Starring: Lynn Redgrave
1976 Tony Award® Best Actress in a Play
Mrs. Warren's Profession [nominee]
Starring: Lynn Redgrave
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