Lynn Redgrave Overview:

Legendary actress, Lynn Redgrave, was born Lynn Rachel Redgrave on Mar 8, 1943 in Marylebone, England. Redgrave died at the age of 67 on May 2, 2010 in Kent, CT .

HONORS and AWARDS:

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Although Redgrave was nominated for two Oscars, she never won a competitive Academy Award.

Academy Awards

YearAwardFilm nameRoleResult
1966Best ActressGeorgy Girl (1966)Georgy ParkinNominated
1998Best Supporting ActressGods and Monsters (1998)HannaNominated
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Redgrave was inducted into the Theater Hall of Fame .

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( 8 March 1943 – 2 May 2010)

By Dawn on May 3, 2010 From Noir and Chick Flicks

Lynn Rachel Redgrave, was an English actress. A member of the well-known British family of actors, trained in London, before making her theatrical debut in 1962. By the mid-1960s she performed in films, Tom Jones (1963), and Georgy Girl (1966) which won her a New York Film Critics Awar... Read full article


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Lynn Redgrave Quotes:

Georgy: Well, say it properly then.
James Leamington: Georgina...
Georgy: [over song] Oh my god! Mother! Wait! Mother! Wait! Mother!


Yvonne: Oooh, it's not the sort of place I could afford to be seen in after I'm famous Brenda. Shouldn't think they've even heard of scampi.


Georgy: God's always got a custard pie up his sleeve.


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Lynn Redgrave Facts
She was awarded the 1976 Joseph Jefferson Award for Best Guest Artist for her performance in the play, "Misalliance", at the Academy Festival Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.

Sister-in-law of Franco Nero.

Has twice been nominated for Broadway's Tony Award as Best Actress (Play): in 1976 for George Bernard Shaw's "Mrs. Warren's Profession;" and seventeen years later, in 1993, for "Shakespeare for My Father," her one-woman show about her relationship with her father, Michael Redgrave.

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