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Redgrave

(ˈrɛdˌɡreɪv)
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1. (Biography) Lynn. 1944–2010, British stage and film actress. Her films include Georgy Girl (1966), The Happy Hooker (1975), and Gods and Monsters (1999)
2. (Biography) her father, Sir Michael. 1908–85, British stage and film actor. Among his films are The Lady Vanishes (1938), The Dam Busters (1955), The Loneliness of the Long Distance Runner (1963), and The Go-Between (1971)
3. (Biography) Sir Steve. born 1962, British oarsman; won five gold medals in rowing events at consecutive Olympic Games (1984, 1988, 1992, 1996, 2000)
4. (Biography) Vanessa. Elder daughter of Sir Michael Redgrave. born 1937, British stage and film actress, whose roles include performances in the films Isadora (1968), Julia (1977), Howards End (1992), The Gathering Storm (2002), and Coriolanus (2011): noted also for her active commitment to left-wing politics
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Michael Redgrave is on fine form as Barnes Wallis, the man who created the bouncing bomb at the heart of the story.
Her father Sir Michael Redgrave was on stage when he learned that his wife had given birth to Redgrave on January 30, 1937 in London.
Brady was both a stage, television and radio actor, as well as a writer, and in the late 1960s and 1970s worked alongside or wrote the lines for such household names as Dudley Moore, Alan Bennett, Ronnie Barker, Wendy Craig, Liza Goddard, Pauline Collins, John Alderton, Sir Michael Redgrave, James Bolam, Stephanie Cole and Ray Winstone.
Richard Burton and Sir Michael Redgrave had passed away years before, yet this was clearly those two great actors in the spotlight.
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Hollywood star Ingrid Bergman, of Casablanca and Notorious fame, hid behind a white beard and a Father Christmas outfit to surprise Sir Michael Redgrave and Emlyn Williams in 1965.
The Dam Busters certainly meets that remit, and sure enough Channel 5 are treating us to that classic Michael Redgrave and Richard Todd flagwaver this evening.
Actor Michael Redgrave is fondly remembered for his film role as Dambusters hero Barnes Wallis.