Lynn Redgrave (Performer) | Playbill

Lynn Redgrave

Performer

Lynn Redgrave, a member of England's legendary acting clan, died May 2, 2010, at her home in Connecticut. In 2003, Redgrave had been diagnosed with breast cancer. She was 67.

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  • Also Known As: Lynn Rachel Redgrave
  • Born: Mar 07, 1943 in London, England
  • Death: May 01, 2010 in Kent, Connecticut

Roles (22)

The Constant Wife Playbill - Opening Night The Constant Wife
Opened June 16, 2005
  • as Mrs. Culver (Original)
The Constant Wife Playbill - Opening Night
The 57th Annual Tony Awards - June 8, 2003 The 57th Annual Tony Awards - 2003
Opened June 08, 2003
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
Moon Over Buffalo Playbill - Opening Night, Oct 1995 Moon Over Buffalo
Opened October 01, 1995
  • as Charlotte Hay (Replacement)
Shakespeare for my Father Playbill - Opening Night, April 1993 Shakespeare for My Father
Opened April 26, 1993
  • Writer
  • Conception
  • Performer
The 46th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - May 31, 1992 The 46th Annual Tony Awards - 1992
Opened May 31, 1992
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
The Master Builder Playbill - March 1992 The Master Builder
Opened March 19, 1992
  • as Mrs. Aline Solness (Original)
A Little Hotel on the Side Playbill - Jan 1992 A Little Hotel on the Side
Opened January 26, 1992
  • as Angelique Pinglet (Original)
A Little Hotel on the Side Playbill - Jan 1992
Love Letters Playbill - Opening Night, Nov 1989 Love Letters
Opened October 31, 1989
  • as Melissa Gardner (Replacement)
Sweet Sue Playbill - April 1987 Sweet Sue
Opened January 08, 1987
  • as Susan Too (Original)
The 39th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - June 2, 1985 The 39th Annual Tony Awards - 1985
Opened June 02, 1985
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
Aren't We All? Playbill - April 1985 Aren't We All?
Opened April 29, 1985
  • as Hon. Mrs. W. Tatham (Original)
Aren't We All? Playbill - April 1985
The 34th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - 1980 The 34th Annual Tony Awards - 1980
Opened June 08, 1980
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
Saint Joan Playbill - Dec 1977 Saint Joan
Opened December 15, 1977
  • as Joan (Original)
Knock Knock Playbill - Feb 1976 Knock Knock
Opened February 24, 1976
  • as Joan (Replacement)
    Arrived On May 26, 1976
Mrs. Warren's Profession Playbill - Feb 1976 Mrs. Warren's Profession
Opened February 18, 1976
  • as Vivie Warren (Original)
The 28th Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Apr 21, 1974 The 28th Annual Tony Awards - 1974
Opened April 21, 1974
  • as Participating Artist (Original)
My Fat Friend Playbill - April 1974 My Fat Friend
Opened March 31, 1974
  • as Vicky (Original)
My Fat Friend Playbill - April 1974
Black Comedy Playbill - Feb 1967 Black Comedy
Opened February 12, 1967
  • as Carol Melkett (Original)
    Jan 31, 1967 - Apr 09, 1967
The 21st Annual Tony Awards Playbill - Mar 26, 1967 The 21st Annual Tony Awards - 1967
Opened March 26, 1967
  • as Custodian (Original)
  • as Presenter (Original)

Awards

Drama Desk Award
2006 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
2003 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Talking Heads Winner
1993 Outstanding Solo Performance Nominee
1985 Outstanding Actress in a Play Nominee
Outer Critics Circle
2006 Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play Nominee
Tony Award
2006 Best Actress in a Play Nominee
1993 Best Actress in a Play Nominee
1976 Best Actress in a Play Nominee
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