Rosamaria G Frangini | Persons | Vanessa Redgrave

Rosamaria G Frangini | Persons | Vanessa Redgrave

Vanessa Redgrave, the actress/political activist who was the daughter of Michael Redgrave, sister of Lynn and Corin, and mother of Natasha and Joely, is 80-years- old today. Redgrave won an Oscar for 1977's "Julia" and was also nominated for 1966's "Morgan," 1968's "Isadora," 1971's "Mary, Queen of Scotts," 1984's "The Bostonians"

Vanessa Redgrave, the actress/political activist who was the daughter of Michael Redgrave, sister of Lynn and Corin, and mother of Natasha and Joely, is 80-years- old today. Redgrave won an Oscar for 1977's "Julia" and was also nominated for 1966's "Morgan," 1968's "Isadora," 1971's "Mary, Queen of Scotts," 1984's "The Bostonians"

Vanessa Redgrave by Jillian Edelstein  Extremely beautiful and lovely.

Vanessa Redgrave by Jillian Edelstein Extremely beautiful and lovely.

Vanessa Redgrave is stunning. #growingbold #antiaging #paulaschoice

Vanessa Redgrave is stunning. #growingbold #antiaging #paulaschoice

Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero

Vanessa Redgrave and Franco Nero

British actress Vanessa Redgrave | photo by Joel Ryan, AP

British actress Vanessa Redgrave | photo by Joel Ryan, AP

Vanessa Redgrave during the Howards End photocall in Cannes on May 12

Vanessa Redgrave during the Howards End photocall in Cannes on May 12

Vanessa Redgrave in Chelsea Flower Show - London, England

Vanessa Redgrave in Chelsea Flower Show - London, England

Vanessa Redgrave (a lasting impression: Blowup, Camelot, A Quiet Place in the Country, The Sea Gull, Isadora, The Devils, The Trojan Women, Mary, Queen of Scots, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Julia, The Bostonians, Wetherby, Prick Up Your Ears, Howards End, Mrs Dalloway, Anonymous...)

Vanessa Redgrave (a lasting impression: Blowup, Camelot, A Quiet Place in the Country, The Sea Gull, Isadora, The Devils, The Trojan Women, Mary, Queen of Scots, The Seven-Per-Cent Solution, Julia, The Bostonians, Wetherby, Prick Up Your Ears, Howards End, Mrs Dalloway, Anonymous...)

Vanessa Redgrave, pictured at the 1978 Oscars, took aim at 'Zionist hoodlums' in her Best Supporting Actress acceptance speech

Vanessa Redgrave, pictured at the 1978 Oscars, took aim at 'Zionist hoodlums' in her Best Supporting Actress acceptance speech

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