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Also Known As: Died: May 2, 2010
Born: March 8, 1943 Cause of Death: breast cancer
Birth Place: London, England, GB Profession: Cast ...
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1962:
Made professional debut in "A Midsummer Night's Dream" at the Royal Court Theatre
1963:
Made film debut in "Tom Jones"; directed by her then brother-in-law Tony Richardson and co-starred her mother Rachel Kempson
1963:
British TV debut, "The Power and the Glory"
1963:
Was company member at London's National Theatre
1966:
Breakthrough screen role in "Georgy Girl"; earned Best Actress Oscar nomination; mother had featured role
1967:
Broadway debut in Peter Shaffer's "Black Comedy"
1969:
Had featured role alongside mother in "The Virgin Soldiers"
1972:
Hosted own syndicated TV talk-show, "Not For Women Only"
1975:
Played title role in the feature "The Happy Hooker"
1976:
Starred in the Broadway production, "Mrs Warren's Profession"; earned a Tony Award nomination
1978:
Album recording debut, <i>Make Mine Manhattan</i>
1978:
Had a featured role in the NBC miniseries, "Centennial"
1979:
Co-starred with Wayne Rogers on the CBS sitcom, "House Calls"; fired from the series, following the birth of her third child
1982:
Played high-principled, dedicated English teacher Diana Swanson in the short-lived NBC sitcom, "Teachers Only"
1982:
Earned an Emmy nomination as Best Performer in Children's Programming for "The Shooting" (CBS)
:
Was TV spokesperson for Weight Watchers
1985:
Appeared in the acclaimed TV remake of "The Bad Seed" (ABC)
1989:
Appeared on Broadway in "Love Letters" with her husband John Clark; also performed the play for the jury in the OJ Simpson case
1989:
Co-starred with Jackie Mason in the short-lived ABC series, "Chicken Soup"
1990:
Appeared with sister Vanessa and niece Jemma in London stage production of Chekhov's "The Three Sisters"
1991:
Co-starred with Vanessa Redgrave in an ABC TV-movie remake of "Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?"
1993:
Appeared on Broadway in the one-woman play, "Shakespeare For My Father," a living memorial to her father Michael Redgrave; husband John Clark produced and directed; earned a Tony Award nomination
1993:
Portrayed Maggie Donnelly in the PBS "Masterpiece Theatre" miniseries, "Calling the Shots"
1996:
Replaced Carol Burnett in the Broadway production of "Moon Over Buffalo"
1996:
Portrayed Gillian, the woman who weds pianist David Helfgott, played by Geoffrey Rush, in the Scott Hicks directed, "Shine"
1998:
Was part of the fine ensemble of Sarah Kernochan's feature directing debut, "Strike!/The Hairy Bird"
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Co-starred as Sherilyn Fenn's wealthy mother in the Showtime comedy series "Rude Awakening"
1998:
Received acclaim for her performance as filmmaker James Whale's (Ian McKellen) loyal housemaid in "Gods and Monsters"; received a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nomination
2000:
Acted in the festival-screened "The Simian Line"
2001:
Wrote and starred in the stage play "The Mandrake Root"
2002:
Featured in David Cronenberg's psychological thriller, "Spider"
2002:
Cast as Joanne in the Kennedy Center staging of the musical "Company"
2003:
Played Aunt Millicent in the live action adaptation of "Peter Pan"
2004:
Had a cameo in "Kinsey," starring Liam Neeson as Alfred Kinsey, a pioneer in the area of human sexuality research
2005:
Starred in the revival of W. Somerset Maugham's "The Constant Wife"; earned a Tony nomination for her performance
2006:
Appeared in the one-woman play, "Nightingale," based upon her maternal grandmother Beatrice, at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum
2009:
Featured in the film adaptation of "Confessions of a Shopaholic"

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