Born on March 8, 1943
From London, England
Lynn Redgrave as "Hanna"
Once a powerful Hollywood director best known for "Frankenstein" and "The Bride of Frankenstein," James Whale (Ian McKellen) is long since retired and in increasingly poor health. His stalwart housekeeper, Hanna (Lynn Redgrave), quietly disapproves of Whale's faceless, nameless parade of young gay lovers, but when the director takes an interest in new gardener Clayton Boone, a former Marine and Korean War veteran, it seems to be for something more than his usual casual conquest.
|Academy Award (1998)||Nominated||Actress in a Supporting Role|
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1998)||Nominated||Actress in a Supporting Role|
|Golden Globe (1998)||Won||Best Performance By an Actress in a Supporting Role in a Motion Picture|
|Screen Actors Guild Awards (1998)||Nominated||Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role|
Lynn Redgrave as "Gillian"
As a child piano prodigy, David Helfgott's (Geoffrey Rush) musical ambitions generate friction with his overbearing father, Peter (Armin Mueller-Stahl). When Helfgott travels to London on a musical scholarship, his career as a pianist blossoms. However, the pressures of his newfound fame, coupled with the echoes of his tumultuous childhood, conspire to bring Helfgott's latent schizophrenia boiling to the surface, and he spends years in and out of various mental institutions.
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1996)||Nominated||Actress in a Supporting Role|
Lynn Redgrave as "Georgy"
Georgina (Lynn Redgrave) is a carefree and childlike 22-year-old who finds more joy in her relationships with children than with the adults in her life. Her parents' employer, James Leamington (James Mason), proposes marriage, but Georgy avoids giving him an answer, as the idea of romance confuses her. When Georgy finds herself the caretaker of a baby girl, she seeks to find a way to shoulder the new responsibility while maintaining her childlike innocence.
|Academy Award (1966)||Nominated||Actress|
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1966)||Nominated||British Actress|
|Golden Globe (1966)||Won||Actress in a Leading Role - Musical or Comedy|
Lynn Redgrave as "Baba Brennan"
Innocent Kate Brady (Rita Tushingham) leaves her family farm and heads for Dublin, where she lives with her former convent friend Baba Brennan (Lynn Redgrave). She soon meets older man Eugene (Peter Finch), who is a writer and intellectual. Kate and Eugene fall in love. However, when Kate's father finds out about their romance, he is determined to break it up. Kate remains devoted to Eugene, but their love disintegrates when Eugene realizes that he really has nothing in common with Kate.
|British Academy of Film & Television Arts (1964)||Nominated||Most Promising Newcomer to Leading Film Roles|