R.I.P. Lynn Redgrave

Posted by · 8:56 am · May 3rd, 2010

I always thought Lynn Redgrave deserved the Oscar 12 years ago for her work in Bill Condon’s “Gods and Monsters.” Most remember her from her first nominated effort, 1966’s “Georgy Girl.” Redgrave has left this mortal coil.  I tried to find a clip of Condon’s film but this NYT Conversations snippet will do, a candid, if brief, look at the woman:




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  • 1 5-03-2010 at 9:55 am

    Ziyad Abul Hawa said...

    Another Redgrave… Rest in Peace

  • 2 5-03-2010 at 10:26 am

    Jim T said...

    RIP Miss Redgrave.

    And does the universe have something against Vanessa? I can’t imagine how she must feel after all that happpened during the last year.

  • 3 5-03-2010 at 12:55 pm

    Patryk said...

    Kent will never be the same.

  • 4 5-03-2010 at 9:53 pm

    Glenn said...

    I remember her most from “Shine”. First time I ever saw her and she stuck out as this fine Brit amongst the likes of Noah Taylor and Geoffrey Rush. RIP.

  • 5 5-06-2010 at 2:36 am

    mark said...

    This msut’ve hit vanessa so hard i mean she looked frail at the baftas.

    fave redgrave – kinsey 4 mins of acting bliss.

  • 6 5-06-2010 at 9:18 pm

    kel said...

    Had she lived through the summer, I would have had the chance to meet her. She was scheduled to host an actor’s workshop in July in Genessee Depot at the home of the late, great Oscar nominees Lynn Fontanne & Alfred Lunt (The Guardsman)….I bought a ticket to listen to her discuss her career, her family and the art of acting in July…sadly, I never got to take part in what surely would have been a fantastic evening…I cannot feel sad for her family and disappointed my life will not be touched more directly by this fantastic woman! god bless you lynn redgrave.