Vanessa Redgrave


Vanessa Redgrave has had an extraordinary career which has been marked by numerous stage and screen accolades, including an OscarŽ as best supporting actress for "Julia," five Academy AwardŽ 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."

Vanessa trained at London's Central School of Speech and Drama and the Ballet Rambert School. Among her numerous film credits are "A Man for All Seasons," "Blowup," "Camelot," "The Devils," "Agatha," "Yanks," "Young Catherine," "The House of the Spirits," "Howard's End," "A Month by the Lake" and "Mission Impossible." Her autobiography was published in 1994 by Random House.