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Lynn Redgrave (Lynn Rachel Redgrave) was born on 8 March, 1943 in Marylebone, London, England, UK, is an Actress, Soundtrack. Discover Lynn Redgrave's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is She in this year and how She spends money? Also learn how She earned most of Lynn Redgrave networth?

Popular As Lynn Rachel Redgrave
Occupation actress,soundtrack
Age 67 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 8 March 1943
Birthday 8 March
Birthplace Marylebone, London, England, UK
Date of death 2 May, 2010
Died Place Kent, Connecticut, USA
Nationality UK

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Lynn Redgrave Height, Weight & Measurements

At 67 years old, Lynn Redgrave height is 5' 10" (1.78 m) .

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Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)
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Who Is Lynn Redgrave's Husband?

Her husband is John Clark (2 April 1967 - 22 December 2000) ( divorced) ( 3 children)

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Husband John Clark (2 April 1967 - 22 December 2000) ( divorced) ( 3 children)
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Lynn Redgrave Net Worth

Her net worth has been growing significantly in 2020-2021. So, how much is Lynn Redgrave worth at the age of 67 years old? Lynn Redgrave’s income source is mostly from being a successful Actress. She is from UK. We have estimated Lynn Redgrave's net worth, money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
Salary in 2020 Under Review
Net Worth in 2019 Pending
Salary in 2019 Under Review
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Source of Income Actress

Lynn Redgrave Social Network




(April 9th, 2010) Was laid to rest at St. Peter's Cemetery in Lithgow, New York, USA, the same place her mother Rachel Kempson and her niece Natasha Richardson were buried. Present at Lynn's funeral were her sister Vanessa Redgrave, her niece Joely Richardson, Brendan Fraser and Liam Neeson.


Millburn, NJ at the Paper Mill Playhouse as Lady Bracknell in The Importance of Being Ernest. [February 2009]


Played Queen Elizabeth I in The Lost Colony Outdoor Drama in Summer of 2006 in Manteo, NC.


Nominated for the 2005 Tony Award (New York City) for Actress in a Drama for "The Constant Wife".


Won the 2004 Barrymore Award (honoring Philadelphia theater) for Outstanding Leading Actress in a Play for "Collected Stories."


With her photographer daughter Annabel Clark, she published "Our Journal" in The New York Times, detailing the ups and downs of her recovery from mastectomy in 2003. The book "Journal: A Mother and Daughter's Recovery from Breast Cancer" will be released in October 2004 by Umbrage Editions. [May 2004]


She was awarded an OBE (Officer of the Order of British Empire) in the 2002 Queen's New Years Honours List for her services to drama.


Her marriage abruptly ended in 1999, when infidelity was discovered on her husband's behalf and a nasty divorced followed, they produced three children Benjamin, Kelly Clark and Annabel Clark. Continually working her way through film, television and stage performances in the '00s, recently awarded the OBE, Lynn Redgrave was shocked to discover lumps on her body and was diagnosed with breast cancer.


Another Golden Globe win/Oscar nomination followed (this time in the supporting category) for her role as the Hungarian housekeeper in Gods and Monsters (1998).


In 1996, Scott Hicks reignited her film career after many years of inactivity by casting her in the Australian Oscar-winning hit, Shine (1996), in which she gave a short yet tender performance as "Gillian", the woman Geoffrey Rush's character falls in love with.


In the mid-to-late '90s, Redgrave had somewhat of a resurgence in her career, from 1993-1994, she spent over 8 months on Broadway, as well as touring across the world, performing her own personally written show of "Shakespeare for My Father", that explored the bisexuality, aloof persona and intimidating resume of her father.


In 1981, Redgrave was fired from a show called House Calls (1979) and Universal Studios released a statement saying that Redgrave had left the CBS series because the studio wouldn't meet her salary demands. However, Redgrave told a very different story via People Magazine and asserted she was forced off the TV show because she wanted to breast-feed her 5-week-old daughter on set. Universal denied this claim, but a phone call transcript recorded Pete Terranova, who was a negotiator for Universal at the time, saying that the breast feeding "is the biggest problem of all for us.".


Warren's Profession" (1976), "Knock Knock" (1976), "Saint Joan" (1977-1978), "Aren't We All" (1985) and "Sweet Sue" (1987).


For over 20 years, Redgrave's film career was infrequent and admittedly "terrible" by the actress herself, she notoriously played the title character in the critically-bashed, The Happy Hooker (1975), and the all-star cast misfire, The Big Bus (1976), and, in the 1980s, she focused in a different direction, becoming a spokesperson and commercial actress for "Weight Watches". This coincided with the release of her well- received book: "This Is Living: How I Found Health and Happiness", that detailed her weight issues and eating binges, it was also revealed that for years she suffered bulimia.


in 1974 to distance herself from this.


Was one of the judges in the 1972 Miss Universe pageant.


She was prolifically hired by major networks to appear on a variety of TV talk and game shows and held the position of co-host for a few seasons of Not for Women Only (1968), while acting on prime-time TV, whether it was guest spots, mini-series or short-lived TV series.


Despite this promising performance, Lynn struggled to find promising follow-up work, she played the lead in the fluffy Smashing Time (1967) and The Virgin Soldiers (1969), low-key films that were relevant at the time of London's swinging 60s, but very quickly became largely forgotten.

Primarily based in southern California, she regularly commuted to New York and became notable particularly on the Broadway stage, and had successful runs in "Black Comedy/White Lies" (1967), "My Fat Friend" (1974), "Mrs.


It wasn't until her lovable role as the ugly-duckling in Georgy Girl (1966), that she was taken notice and, as a result, won both the Golden Globe, New York Film Critics Circle Award and a nomination for the coveted Best Actress at the 1967 Academy Awards.

She married stage actor/director John Clark and her sister, Vanessa Redgrave, who was also Oscar-nominated the same year for Morgan! (1966), was also gaining exposure and critical success if not surpassing Lynn, on both the British stage and films and was largely considered the leading face of England's breakout actresses of the '60s, alongside Julie Christie and other high-profile actresses. Becoming the label of Vanessa Redgrave's younger and chubbier sister "that did that film a few years ago" didn't sit well with Lynn and, as a result, she lost considerable weight and permanently settled in the U. S.


She, her father Michael Redgrave and her siblings Corin Redgrave and Vanessa Redgrave all appeared in films directed by Sidney Lumet: Michael in The Hill (1965), Corin in The Deadly Affair (1967), Lynn in The Deadly Affair (1967) and The Last of the Mobile Hot Shots (1970) and Vanessa in The Sea Gull (1968) and Murder on the Orient Express (1974).


She, her mother Rachel Kempson and her two siblings Vanessa Redgrave and Corin Redgrave all appeared in films that won the Academy Award for Best Picture: Rachel appeared in Tom Jones (1963) and Out of Africa (1985), Lynn also appeared in Tom Jones (1963) and Vanessa and Corin both appeared in A Man for All Seasons (1966).


Actress of both the English and American stage and screen, Lynn Redgrave was born in Marylebone, London, England, into one of the world's most famous acting dynasties. As the daughter of Rachel Kempson and Sir Michael Redgrave, sister of Vanessa Redgrave and Corin Redgrave, and granddaughter of Roy Redgrave and Margaret Scudamore, all of whom were actors, her early aspirations were surprisingly to become an equestrienne or a chef. It was not until the age of 15 that she became more and more involved in acting and her father's stage performances. Attending London's Central School of Music and Drama, she made her stage debut in 1962 and began film work a year later.


She, her father Michael Redgrave and her elder brother Corin Redgrave all appeared in adaptations of the 1898 novella "The Turn of the Screw" by Henry James: Michael played the Uncle in The Innocents (1961), Lynn played Miss Jane Cubberly in The Turn of the Screw (1974) and Corin played the Professor in The Turn of the Screw (2009).