Why Famous: Natasha Richardson was a member of the English Redgrave acting dynasty, her mother was the actress Vanessa Redgrave her father the director and producer Tony Richardson.
Richardson achieved considerable success herself both on stage and screen. She won acclaim in 1993 for Eugene O'Neill's play "Anna Christie" and in 1998 won a Tony Award for playing Sally Bowles in "Cabernet".
On screen Richardson starred in the film version of "The Handmaid's Tale" (1990) and appeared in films such as "Nell" opposite Jodie Foster (1994) and "The Parent Trap" (1998).
Richardson died tragically as the result of a head injury while skiing in 2009.
- 1990-12-15 Actress Natasha Richardson (27) weds producer Robert Fox (37)
- 1992-06-30 Actress Natasha Richardson (29) divorces producer Robert Fox (39) after a year of marriage
- 1994-07-03 Actress Natasha Richardson (31) weds actor Liam Neeson (42) at a private ceremony in New York
- 1993-01-14 "Anna Christie" opens at Criterion Theater NYC for 54 performances, starring Natasha Richardson and Liam Neeson,
- 1998-03-15 Revival of John Kander and Fred Ebb's "Cabaret" opens at Club Expo Theater, NYC, starring Alan Cumming and Natasha Richardson