Vanessa Redgrave is an English actress and activist. Declared by Tennessee Williams as "Best Actress of Our Time", Redgrave was the one who received the three acting crowns, and was featured at the American Theater of Fame, and was awarded the BAFTA scholarship in 2010. Redgrave did his acting debut on stage with the production of A Touch of Sun in 1958. She rose to fame in 1961 as Rosalind in Shakespeare's comedy As You Like It with The Royal Shakespeare Company and has since starred in over 35 productions in London's West End and Broadway, winning an Olivier Award in 1984 given Best Actress in a Renaissance for The Aspern Papers; and the 2003 Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play for a cover of Nighttime Journey of the Day. She also received a Tony nomination for Miss Daisy's Year of Thinking and Driving.
|Born||January 30, 1937, Blackheath, London, England|
|Occupation||Actress, political activist|
|Partner(s)||Timothy Dalton (1971–1986)|
|Children||Natasha Richardson, Joely Richardson, Carlo Gabriel Nero|
|Parent(s)||Michael Redgrave, Rachel Kempson|
British dramatic actress who won an Oscar Award for her role in the 1977 film Julia. She has been featured in over 80 films, including Mission Impossible and Atonement.
She studied acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama at the University of London.
She debuted in As You Like It with the Royal Shakespeare Company in her early 20s, playing Rosalind.
Her sister, Lynn Redgrave, starred in Georgy Girl.
Those who were educated at Queen's Gate School. Outstanding Performance by an Actress in a Motion Picture Actors Association Miniseries or Award Winner. Who was educated at Alice Ottley School. Member of the Revolutionary Workers' Party (United Kingdom). Supporting performance of an Emmy Award-winning miniseries or Primetime Movie Primetime supporting actress. Best Supporting Actress won the Golden Globe Award (Television). Circle Theater Critics Award winners. Outstanding performance by an actress in a short film or Emmy-winning novel. Best supporting actress won the Golden Globe Award. Oscar winner for Best Supporting Actress. British expatriates in Italy. BAFTA scholarship recipients. British sociologists. The English voice actress. Laurence Olivier Prize winner. Members of the Royal Shakespeare Company. Drama Desk winner