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A Redgrave Family Tree [imagemap with 6 links]

A Redgrave Family Tree

Michael Scudamore Redgrave
b. March 20, 1908/Bristol, England
d. March 21, 1985
Sir Michael Redgrave had a prodigious career in theater and film, including acting, directing, and producing. He was knighted for services to the theatre in 1959.

m. July 18, 1935

Rachel Kempson actress
b. May 28, 1910/Dartmouth, England
The matriarch of Britain's premiere theatrical dynasty, Kempson has starred in the Masterpiece Theatre presentations Elizabeth R (1972), Love for Lydia (1979), Country Matters (1979), The Jewel in the Crown (1985) and She's Been Away (1991).

    Vanessa Redgrave
    b. January 30, 1937/London, England
    Vanessa Redgrave has won an Oscar as best supporting actress for Julia, five Academy Award nominations, an Emmy Award for Playing for Time, and a nomination for Second Serve, the Cannes Film Festival best actress award for Morgan, A Suitable Case for Treatment and Isadora and the Venice Film Festival award in 1996 for Little Odessa.

    m. 1962
    dv. 1967

    Tony Richardson
    film director
    b. 1928
    d. 1991
    An significant trend-setter in Britain and in America, Richardson was an influential and innovative film director who focused on adaptations of literary works. He worked steadily in theater, film, and television.

      Natasha Richardson
      b. May 11, 1963
      Richardson is married to actor Liam Neeson, with whom she starred in Nell (1994).

      Joely Richardson
      b. January 9, 1965
      Filmography includes Return to Me and The Patriot (both in 2000).

    Franco Nero
    b. November 21, 1941/Italy

      Carlo Gabriel Nero
      writer, director
      b. 1969

    Corin Redgrave
    actor, director
    b. July 16, 1939/London, England
    Won the Olivier Award (1998) and a Tony Nomination for his role as Boss Whalen in Tennessee Williams's Not About Nightingales.

    m. 1963

    Deidre Hamilton Hill

      Jemma Redgrave
      b. January 10, 1965
      Married in 1992 (to Tim Owen), Jemma has a son Gabriel. In addition to Bramwell, her acting credits include Diana: Her True Story (TV, 1993), The Acid House (1998) and the recent BBC1 television series Fish (2000).

      Luke Redgrave
      b. 1967

    m. ?

    Kika Markham
    Markham appeared in the Masterpiece Theatre production of Edward and Mrs.Simpson (1980).

      Harvey Redgrave
      b. 1979

      Arden Redgrave
      b. 1983

    Lynn Redgrave
    b. March 8, 1943/London, England
    Lynn Redgrave first garnered international attention with the film Georgy Girl in 1966, winning the New York Film Critics Award for Best Actress, a Golden Globe Award, and an Academy Award nomination. She was nominated as Best Supporting Actress at the British Academy Awards for the film Shine and won the 1999 Golden Globe Award for her performance in the film Gods and Monsters.

    m. April 2, 1967
    dv. pending

    John Clark
    actor, director, producer
    b. November 1, 1932

      Benjamin Clark
      b. 1968

      Kelly Clark
      b. 1970

      Annabel Clark
      b. 1981

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