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LYNN REDGRAVE
Born: March 8, 1943 in Marylebone, London, England, United Kingdom
Died: May 2, 2010 in Kent, Connecticut
Biography | show moreshow less
Lynn Redgrave (1943-2010), born Lynn Rachel Redgrave in London, England, was the daughter of acclaimed actor Michael Redgrave and sister of actor Corin Redgrave and actress Vanessa Redgrave. She was nominated for the 1966 Best Actress Academy Award for Georgy Girl (for which she won the Golden Globe) and 1998 Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Gods and Monsters. (Ironically, both Lynn and Vanessa received nods for the 1966 Best Actress award, but both lost to Elizabeth Taylor for her performance in Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?) Lynn was also nominated for two Tony Awards for Best Actress in a Play (Mrs. Warren's Profession, 1976; and Shakespeare for My Father, 1993, a one-woman tribute to her father), for an Emmy in 1981 (House Calls, 1979-1981) and for a Daytime Emmy for her performance in the 1983 CBS Afternoon Playhouse episode The Shooting. Redgrave, who made her professional debut on the stage in 1962, appeared in her first film, Tom Jones, the following year. Her other film credits included The Happy Hooker (1975), Shine (1996), The Wild Thornberrys Movie (2002) and Kinsey (2004). Redgrave also appeared in a long list of made-for-TV movies, was a regular on several TV series, including House Calls (1979-1981), Teachers Only (1982-1983) and Chicken Soup (1989), and made guest appearances on several TV series and talk shows from 1967 to 2009.
Film Credits | show moreshow less
1989-The-Pat-Sajak-Show (in person), 2005-Heaven-and-Earth-with-Gloria-Hunniford (in person), 2008-Sex-Drugs-and-Rock-'n'-Roll:-The-60s-Revealed (in person), 2009-Ugly-Betty (Performer), 2004-Kinsey (Performer), 2002-Spider (Performer), 2001-Varian's-War (Performer), 1998-2001-Rude-Awakening (Performer), 1999-Touched (Performer), 1997-Indefensible:-The-Truth-About-Edward-Brannigan (Performer), 1997-Toothless (Performer), 1990-The-Great-American-Sex-Scandal (Performer), 1989-Chicken-Soup (Performer), 1988-A-Woman-Alone (Performer), 1983-1986-Hotel (Performer), 1986-My-Two-Loves (Performer), 1984-The-Fainthearted-Feminist (Performer), 1982-1984-Fantasy-Island (Performer), 1982-1983-Teachers-Only (Performer), 1982-CBS-Afternoon-Playhouse (Performer), 1979-1981-House-Calls (Performer), 1981-Musical-Comedy-Tonight-II (Performer), 1980-Sunday-Lovers (Performer), 1978-Disco-Beaver-from-Outer-Space (Performer), 1976-The-Big-Bus (Performer), 1973-The-Shape-of-Things (Performer), 1967-Smashing-Time (Performer), 1966-The-Deadly-Affair (Performer), 1964-Girl-with-Green-Eyes (Performer), 1963-Tom-Jones (Performer), 2009-My-Dog:-An-Unconditional-Love-Story (in person), 2006-The-Late-Late-Show-with-Craig-Ferguson (in person), 2005-Party-Planner-with-David-Tutera (in person), 2005-Richard-&-Judy (in person), 2001-Petula-Clark:-This-Is-My-Song (in person), 1999-1999-Blockbuster-Entertainment-Awards (in person), 1999-The-71st-Annual-Academy-Awards (in person), 1999-The-25th-Annual-People's-Choice-Awards (in person), 1989-The-Arsenio-Hall-Show (in person), 1986-1989-The-New-Hollywood-Squares (in person), 1987-All-Star-Party-for-Joan-Collins (in person), 1986-Here-We-Go-Again! (in person), 1985-The-39th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1985-Joan-Rivers-and-Friends-Salute-Heidi-Abromowitz (in person), 1983-Battle-of-the-Video-Games (in person), 1983-Meet-Your-Animal-Friends (in person), 1982-Battle-of-the-Network-Stars-XII (in person), 1979-The-Muppet-Show (in person), 1968-Personality (in person), 1968-The-Carol-Burnett-Show (in person), 2009-Law-&-Order:-Criminal-Intent (Performer), 2003-Peter-Pan (Performer), 2003-The-Wild-Thornberrys (Performer), 2002-The-Wild-Thornberrys-Movie (Performer), 2002-My-Sister's-Keeper (Performer), 2001-My-Kingdom (Performer), 2000-Lion-of-Oz (Performer), 1999-A-Season-for-Miracles (Performer), 1999-The-Annihilation-of-Fish (Performer), 1989-Midnight (Performer), 1989-Getting-It-Right (Performer), 1989-Screen-Two (Performer), 1987-Walking-on-Air (Performer), 1985-The-Bad-Seed (Performer), 1984-Murder,-She-Wrote (Performer), 1981-Steve-Martin's-Best-Show-Ever (Performer), 1975-The-Happy-Hooker (Performer), 1975-Daft-As-a-Brush (Performer), 1972-Every-Little-Crook-and-Nanny (Performer), 1963-1967-Armchair-Theatre (Performer), 1966-Comedy-Playhouse (Performer), 1965-Sunday-Out-of-Season (Performer), 2006-The-60th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1999-Great-Performances (in person), 1995-Jeopardy! (in person), 1991-The-Chuck-Woolery-Show (in person), 1974-1991-The-New-$25,000-Pyramid (in person), 1971-1989-The-Tonight-Show-Starring-Johnny-Carson (in person), 1988-Lou-Rawls-Parade-of-Stars (in person), 1987-The-41st-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1983-Star-Search (in person), 1982-Family-Feud (in person), 1979-Saturday-Night-at-the-Mill (in person), 1973-1979-The-Hollywood-Squares (in person), 1971-The-David-Frost-Show (in person), 1971-Vincent-Price-Is-in-the-Country (in person), 1969-This-Is-Tom-Jones (in person), 1967-The-Hollywood-Palace (in person), 1967-The-39th-Annual-Academy-Awards (in person), 1967-I've-Got-a-Secret (in person), 2000-The-14th-Annual-American-Comedy-Awards (in person), 2011-17th-Annual-Screen-Actors-Guild-Awards (Other), 2010-The-62nd-Primetime-Emmy-Awards (Other), 2007-60-Minutes (Other), 2010-Entertainment-Tonight (Other), 1999-The-World-of-Gods-and-Monsters:-A-Journey-with-James-Whale (in person), 1972-Everything-You-Always-Wanted-to-Know-About-Sex-*-But-Were-Afraid (Performer), 1991-The-$25,000-Pyramid (in person), 2002-The-Kennedy-Center-Honors:-A-Celebration-of-the-Performing-Arts (in person), 2001-Porn-Star:-The-Legend-of-Ron-Jeremy (Other), 1989-In-Performance-at-the-White-House:-The-House-I-Live-in-1 (in person), 2009-My-Dog-Tulip (Performer), 2007-The-Jane-Austen-Book-Club (Performer), 2007-Desperate-Housewives (Performer), 2007-Nurses (Performer), 2003-Charlie's-War (Performer), 2002-Anita-and-Me (Performer), 2002-Hansel-&-Gretel (Performer), 2000-The-Next-Best-Thing (Performer), 2000-The-Simian-Line (Performer), 1998-White-Lies (Performer), 1998-Gods-and-Monsters (Performer), 1980-The-Seduction-of-Miss-Leona (Performer), 1979-Beggarman,-Thief (Performer), 1978-1979-Centennial (Performer), 1976-Kojak (Performer), 1973-The-National-Health (Performer), 1971-Don't-Turn-the-Other-Cheek (Performer), 1970-Last-of-the-Mobile-Hot-Shots (Performer), 1966-1968-Love-Story (Performer), 1960-Shoot-to-Kill (Performer), 2006-Tavis-Smiley (in person), 2004-The-Jane-Pauley-Show (in person), 2001-So-Graham-Norton (in person), 1997-1999-Politically-Incorrect (in person), 1999-The-Nanny (in person), 1999-The-56th-Annual-Golden-Globe-Awards (in person), 1995-The-9th-Annual-Genesis-Awards (in person), 1992-The-46th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1991-One-on-One-with-John-Tesh (in person), 1989-Live-with-Kelly-and-Michael (in person), 1989-Circus-of-the-Stars-#14 (in person), 1987-The-13th-Annual-People's-Choice-Awards (in person), 1986-All-Star-Party-for-Clint-Eastwood (in person), 1986-Here-We-Go (in person), 1983-Circus-of-the-Stars-#8 (in person), 1982-The-Shape-of-Things (in person), 1982-Password-Plus (in person), 1981-The-33rd-Annual-Emmy-Awards (in person), 1981-The-38th-Annual-Golden-Globe-Awards (in person), 1973-ABC-Afterschool-Specials (in person), 1968-Dee-Time (in person), 1968-The-Mike-Douglas-Show (in person), 1967-The-21st-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1999-AFI's-100-Years...-100-Stars:-America's-Greatest-Screen-Legends (in person), 1999-The-1999-Annual-Costume-Designers-Guild-Awards-Gala (in person), 1998-The-50th-Annual-Directors-Guild-of-America-Awards (in person), 1989-The-Kennedy-Center-Honors:-A-Celebration-of-the-Performing-Arts (in person), 1975-Dinah! (in person), 1980-1981-The-John-Davidson-Show (in person), 2011-The-83rd-Annual-Academy-Awards (Other), 1997-The-Kennedy-Center-Honors:-A-Celebration-of-the-Performing-Arts (in person), 2009-Confessions-of-a-Shopaholic (Performer), 2006-2007-Me,-Eloise (Performer), 2005-The-White-Countess (Performer), 2002-Unconditional-Love (Performer), 2001-Venus-and-Mars (Performer), 2000-How-to-Kill-Your-Neighbor's-Dog (Performer), 2000-Deeply (Performer), 1999-Different (Performer), 1998-All-I-Wanna-Do (Performer), 1996-Shine (Performer), 1993-Calling-the-Shots (Performer), 1991-What-Ever-Happened-to-Baby-Jane (Performer), 1990-Silent-Mouse (Performer), 1988-Great-Performances (Performer), 1987-Morgan-Stewart's-Coming-Home (Performer), 1983-Antony-and-Cleopatra (Performer), 1982-The-Love-Boat (Performer), 1982-Rehearsal-for-Murder (Performer), 1980-Linda-in-Wonderland (Performer), 1980-Gauguin-the-Savage (Performer), 1979-Sooner-or-Later (Performer), 1974-The-Turn-of-the-Screw (Performer), 1974-Vienna-1900 (Performer), 1971-1973-BBC-Play-of-the-Month (Performer), 1969-The-Virgin-Soldiers (Performer), 1966-Georgy-Girl (Performer), 2006-Working-in-the-Theatre (in person), 2005-50th-Annual-Drama-Desk-Awards (in person), 2003-The-57th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1999-5th-Annual-Screen-Actors-Guild-Awards (in person), 1997-The-69th-Annual-Academy-Awards (in person), 1996-The-Evening-Standard-Drama-Awards (in person), 1992-Fighting-Back (in person), 1991-All-Star-Salute-to-Our-Troops (in person), 1980-The-34th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1974-The-28th-Annual-Tony-Awards (in person), 1967-Girl-Talk (in person), 1967-Password-All-Stars (in person), 1966-A-Bob-Hope-Comedy-Special (in person), 1966-The-Eamonn-Andrews-Show (in person)
Theater Credits | show moreshow less
The-Constant-Wife - Performer (June 16, 2005 - August 21, 2005), Moon-Over-Buffalo - Performer (October 1, 1995 - June 30, 1996), Shakespeare-for-My-Father - Performer (April 26, 1993 - January 2, 1994), The-Master-Builder - Performer (March 19, 1992 - April 26, 1992), A-Little-Hotel-on-the-Side - Performer (January 26, 1992 - March 1, 1992), Love-Letters - Performer (October 31, 1989 - January 21, 1990), Sweet-Sue - Performer (January 8, 1987 - May 31, 1987), Aren't-We-All - Performer (April 29, 1985 - July 21, 1985), Saint-Joan - Performer (December 15, 1977 - February 19, 1978), Knock-Knock - Performer (February 24, 1976 - July 3, 1976), Mrs.-Warren's-Profession - Performer (February 18, 1976 - April 4, 1976), My-Fat-Friend - Performer (March 31, 1974 - December 7, 1974), Black-Comedy-/-White-Lies - Performer (February 12, 1967 - December 2, 1967)
  • LYNN REDGRAVE Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave addressed this unsigned manila envelope to a Las Vegas museum. Redgrave was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Autograph envelope unsigned. 11¼x8½. Postmarked Marina Del Rey, California, Feb.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave wrote this letter to comedienne Phyllis Diller on the letterhead of The Players in New York City: "Do hope you can join us." Autograph letter signed "Lynn" in blue ink. Black ink notation in bottom right corner in unknown hand.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE The British actress signs this First Day Cover with an inscription and sentiment Autograph note signed: "To Henry/Best wishes/Lynn/Redgrave" in black felt. 6½x3½. First Day Cover honoring the 50th Anniversary Year of Talking Pictures, postmarked Hollywood, California, October 6, 1977. 13c stamp affixed. FIRST DAY OF ISSUE.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Lynn Redgrave signs "Best Wishes" on post card in purple ink. Autograph Sentiment Signed: "Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave", 5½x3¼. British stage, screen and television actress Lynn

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  • LYNN REDGRAVESmall 3½x5¼ b/w bust photo of actress Lynn Redgrave in a gown with spaghetti straps, signed with her "Best Wishes" Inscribed photograph signed "To Trinia/Best Wishes/Lynn Redgrave" in blue ink. Red ink notations in unknown hand. and black ink notations on verso.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Publicity photo promoting her in Saint Joan at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago Inscribed photograph signed "To Etta &/Larry/Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave". B/w, 8x10 captioned at lower margin.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Signed b/w photograph of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Redgrave in a low-cut black top. Inscribed photograph signed: "To John/Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave" in blue ink. B/w, 8x10.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE The Academy Award nominated actress is shown from the chest up in this black and white publicity photograph for the 1980 film Sunday Lovers. Inscribed Photograph signed: "To Gene/Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave" in red ink, B/w 8x10. Publicity photograph for the 1980 film Sunday Lovers.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Small 3¼x6 b/w photograph of Tony, Oscar and Emmy nominated acress Lynn Redgrave in a metal lamé top, signed with her "Best Wishes". She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Inscribed photograph signed "To David/Best Wishes/Lynn Redgrave".

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE B/w photo of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a blouse and sweater, signed with her "Best Wishes". She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Inscribed photograph signed "To Pedro/Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave" in green ink. Black ink stamp on verso.

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  • Small 3¼x5¾ signed b/w photograph of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave wearing a sweater. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgrave and sister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE B/w 7x9 photograph of an imperious-looking Lynn Redgrave, signed with her "Best Wishes". She was nominated for two Oscars and two Tony Awards. Photograph signed "Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave". B/w, 7x9 overall, 6½x8½ image, one surface.

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  • B/w 7x9 photograph of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a white blouse and grey skirt and holding a flower, signed with her "Best Wishes". She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgrave and sister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave.

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  • B/w 6¾x8¾ publicity photograph for the TV series Teachers Only of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a sweater jacket and tie, signed with her "Best Wishes". Redgrave played English teacher Diana Swanson in this series, which ran from 1982 to 1983.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE B/w cast photograph of the TV show Chicken Soup, signed by Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave. She played Maddie Peerce and co-starred opposite Jackie Mason. Photograph signed: "Best Wishes/Lynn/Redgrave". B/w, 7¾x10 overall, image 6½x9¼, one surface.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Signed b/w bust photo of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a metal lamé top. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Photograph signed "Lynn/Redgrave" in blue ink. B/w, 7¾x9¾ overall, 7¼x9¼ image, one surface.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Signed photograph of the actress dressed in a blue shirt against a pink background Photograph signed: "Lynn/Redgrave", in blue felt tip, Color 8x10. LynnRedgrave

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE The famous actress is shown smiling and wearing a sweater in this 3½x5½ black and white photograph, signed in blue ink Photograph Signed: “Best Wishes/Lynn Redgrave” in blue ink. 3½x5½. B/w.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Small 3¼x5¼ signed b/w headshot of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a black top. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Photograph signed "Lynn Redgrave" in blue ink. Black ink notations on verso in unknown hand.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Small 3½x5½ signed b/w photograph of Lynn Redgrave in front of an advertisement for her 1974 Broadway play My Fat Friend. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Photograph signed "Lynn/Redgrave" in blue ink. B/w, 3½x5½.

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  • Color photograph of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave with one of her daughters, signed with "Good Luck". She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgrave and sister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Signed b/w photograph of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a low-cut black top. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgrave and sister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Photograph signed "Lynn/Redgrave" in blue ink. B/w, 7¾x9¾ overall, image 7¼x8, one surface.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Small 3¼x5¼ b/w bust photo of Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave in a sweater, signed with her "Best Wishes". Redgrave was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Photograph signed "Best Wishes/Lynn Redgrave" in blue ink.

    Sale Price $180.00

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  • B/white headshot of Oscar, Tony and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave, signed with her "Best Wishes" in blue ink. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgrave and sister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Shown from the chest up resting her head on her hand in this black and white photograph Photograph signed: "Lynn Redgrave", B/w 8x10. British stage, screen and television actress

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress signed this request form for tickets to the 61st Annual Academy Awards Presentation. She was the daughter of actor Michael Redgraveandsister of Vanessa and Corin Redgrave. Document signed "Lynn Redgrave" in blue ink. With blue and red ink notations in unknown hand. 1 page, 6x4½ card with perforated top edge.

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  • Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave signed this Playbill cover for her Broadway play Saint Joan with her "Best Wishes". This production, directed by her then-husband John Clark, was one of Redgrave's favorites.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE The famed actress is shown smiling and gazing into the camera in this 3½x6 black and white photograph, in blue ink Printed Photograph Signed in Ink: “Best wishes/Lynn/Redgrave” in blue ink. 3½x6.

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  • Script page from the TV show House Calls, signed by Tony, Oscar and Emmy-nominated actress Lynn Redgrave. She played Ann Anderson, a hospital administrative assistant, in this series "until Dec '81", when she left during a public dispute with series producer Universal TV.

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  • LYNN REDGRAVE The actress signs her name on a Playbill for a production Knock, Knock Show bill signed: "Lynn/Redgrave", in blue felt tip, 68 pages, 5¾x9. Playbill for a production of Knock, Knock. Lynn Redgrave

    Sale Price $144.00

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