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“The Fighter,” “Modern Family” Lead Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations

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“The Fighter,” “Modern Family” Lead Screen Actors Guild Award Nominations.  ”The Fighter” continues to score in the awards season ring, earning four Screen Actors Guild Awards nominations, as did the Colin Firth-starring “The King’s Speech.” On the television front, “Modern Family” leads the pack with four nods as well. “The Fighter” earned acting nods for stars Christian Bale, Amy Adams, and Melissa Leo, as well as a nod for the entire cast, while “The King’s Speech” honored Firth, Geoffrey Rush, and Helena Bonham Carter, and the entire cast as well. “Inception” got hardly any love from the SAG committee except for Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture (huh?), but Justin Timberlake is finally included with his co-stars Jesse Eisenberg, nominated here for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role, and Andrew Garfield in the Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture for “The Social Network.” Most of the Golden Globe nominees are here, except Michelle Williams of “Blue Valentine” was dropped in favor of Hilary Swank’s work in “Conviction” in the Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role category. Meanwhile, Ryan Gosling of “Blue Valentine” and Mark Wahlberg in “The Fighter” was dropped in favor of acting veterans Robert Duvall in “Get Low” and Jeff Bridges in “True Grit” in the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role. “Modern Family” led the pack of television nominations, earning acting nods for Sofia Vergara, Ty Burrell, and Ed O’Neill, as well as the entire cast. “30 Rock,” “Glee,” and “Dexter” earned three nominations, while Betty White earned one as well the rest of the cast of “Hot in Cleveland.”    17th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards

Nominees are:
FILM

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role

JEFF BRIDGES / Rooster Cogburn – “TRUE GRIT” (Paramount Pictures)

ROBERT DUVALL / Felix Bush – “GET LOW” (Sony Pictures Classics)

JESSE EISENBERG / Mark Zuckerberg – “THE SOCIAL NETWORK” (Columbia Pictures)

COLIN FIRTH / King George VI – “THE KING’S SPEECH” (The Weinstein Company)

JAMES FRANCO / Aron Ralston – “127 HOURS” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Leading Role

ANNETTE BENING / Nic – “THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT” (Focus Features)

NICOLE KIDMAN / Becca – “RABBIT HOLE” (Lionsgate)

JENNIFER LAWRENCE / Ree Dolly – “WINTER’S BONE” (Roadside Attractions)

NATALIE PORTMAN / Nina Sayers – “BLACK SWAN” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

HILARY SWANK / Betty Anne Waters – “CONVICTION” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Supporting Role

CHRISTIAN BALE / Dicky Eklund – “THE FIGHTER” (Paramount Pictures)

JOHN HAWKES / Teardrop – “WINTER’S BONE” (Roadside Attractions)

JEREMY RENNER / James Coughlin – “THE TOWN” (Warner Bros. Pictures)

MARK RUFFALO / Paul – “THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT” (Focus Features)

GEOFFREY RUSH / Lionel Logue – “THE KING’S SPEECH” (The Weinstein Company)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Supporting Role

AMY ADAMS / Charlene Fleming – “THE FIGHTER” (Paramount Pictures)

HELENA BONHAM CARTER / Queen Elizabeth – “THE KING’S SPEECH” (The Weinstein Company)

MILA KUNIS / Lily – “BLACK SWAN” (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

MELISSA LEO / Alice Ward – “THE FIGHTER” (Paramount Pictures)

HAILEE STEINFELD / Mattie Ross – “TRUE GRIT” (Paramount Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture

BLACK SWAN (Fox Searchlight Pictures)

VINCENT CASSEL / Thomas Leroy

BARBARA HERSHEY / Erica Sayers

MILA KUNIS / Lily

NATALIE PORTMAN / Nina Sayers

WINONA RYDER / Beth Macintyre

THE FIGHTER (Paramount Pictures)

AMY ADAMS / Charlene Fleming

CHRISTIAN BALE / Dicky Eklund

MELISSA LEO / Alice Ward

JACK MCGEE / George Ward

MARK WAHLBERG / Micky Ward

THE KIDS ARE ALL RIGHT (Focus Features)

ANNETTE BENING / Nic

JOSH HUTCHERSON / Laser

JULIANNE MOORE / Jules

MARK RUFFALO / Paul

MIA WASIKOWSKA / Joni

THE KING’S SPEECH (The Weinstein Company)

ANTHONY ANDREWS / Stanley Baldwin

HELENA BONHAM CARTER / Queen Elizabeth

JENNIFER EHLE / Myrtle Logue

COLIN FIRTH / King George VI

MICHAEL GAMBON / King George V

DEREK JACOBI / Archbishop Cosmo Lang

GUY PEARCE / King Edward VIII

GEOFFREY RUSH / Lionel Logue

TIMOTHY SPALL / Winston Churchill

THE SOCIAL NETWORK (Columbia Pictures)

JESSE EISENBERG / Mark Zuckerberg

ANDREW GARFIELD / Eduardo Saverin

ARMIE HAMMER / Cameron and Tyler Winklevoss

MAX MINGHELLA / Divya Narendra

JOSH PENCE / Tyler Winklevoss

JUSTIN TIMBERLAKE / Sean Parker
TV

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

JOHN GOODMAN / Neal Nicol – “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK” (HBO)

AL PACINO / Jack Kevorkian – “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK” (HBO)

DENNIS QUAID / Bill Clinton – “THE SPECIAL RELATIONSHIP” (HBO)

ÉDGAR RAMÍREZ / Ilich Ramírez Sánchez, aka ‘Carlos’ – “CARLOS” (Sundance Channel)

PATRICK STEWART / Macbeth – “MACBETH (GREAT PERFORMANCES)” (Thirteen/PBS)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries

CLAIRE DANES / Temple Grandin – “TEMPLE GRANDIN” (HBO)

CATHERINE O’HARA / Aunt Ann – “TEMPLE GRANDIN” (HBO)

JULIA ORMOND / Eustacia Grandin – “TEMPLE GRANDIN” (HBO)

WINONA RYDER / Lois Wilson – “WHEN LOVE IS NOT ENOUGH: THE LOIS WILSON STORY” (CBS)

SUSAN SARANDON / Janet Good – “YOU DON’T KNOW JACK” (HBO)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Drama Series

STEVE BUSCEMI / Nucky Thompson – “BOARDWALK EMPIRE” (HBO)

BRYAN CRANSTON / Walter White – “BREAKING BAD” (AMC)

MICHAEL C. HALL / Dexter Morgan – “DEXTER” (SHOWTIME)

JON HAMM / Don Draper – “MAD MEN” (AMC)

HUGH LAURIE / Dr. Gregory House – “HOUSE” (FOX)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Drama Series

GLENN CLOSE / Patty Hewes – “DAMAGES” (FX)

MARISKA HARGITAY / Det. Olivia Benson – “LAW & ORDER: SPECIAL VICTIMS UNIT” (NBC)

JULIANNA MARGULIES / Alicia Florrick – “THE GOOD WIFE” (CBS)

ELISABETH MOSS / Peggy Olson – “MAD MEN” (AMC)

KYRA SEDGWICK / Dep. Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson – “THE CLOSER” (TNT)

Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Comedy Series

ALEC BALDWIN / Jack Donaghy – “30 ROCK” (NBC)

TY BURRELL / Phil Dunphy – “MODERN FAMILY” (ABC)

STEVE CARELL / Michael Scott – “THE OFFICE” (NBC)

CHRIS COLFER / Kurt Hummel – “GLEE” (FOX)

ED O’NEILL / Jay Pritchett – “MODERN FAMILY” (ABC)

Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series

EDIE FALCO / Jackie Peyton – “NURSE JACKIE” (Showtime)

TINA FEY / Liz Lemon – “30 ROCK” (NBC)

JANE LYNCH / Sue Sylvester – “GLEE” (FOX)

SOFIA VERGARA / Gloria Delgado-Pritchett – “MODERN FAMILY” (ABC)

BETTY WHITE / Elka Ostrovsky – “HOT IN CLEVELAND” (TV Land)

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series

BOARDWALK EMPIRE (HBO)

STEVE BUSCEMI / Nucky Thompson

DABNEY COLEMAN / Commodore Louis Kaestner

PAZ DE LA HUERTA / Lucy Danzinger

STEPHEN GRAHAM / Al Capone

ANTHONY LACIURA / Eddie Kessler

KELLY MACDONALD / Margaret Schroeder

GRETCHEN MOL / Gillian Darmody

ALESKA PALLADINO / Angela Darmody

VINCENT PIAZZA / Lucky Luciano

MICHAEL PITT / Jimmy Darmody

MICHAEL SHANNON / Agent Nelson Van Alden

PAUL SPARKS / Mickey Doyle

MICHAEL STUHLBARG / Arnold Rothstein

SHEA WHIGHAM / Sheriff Elias Thompson

THE CLOSER (TNT)

G.W. BAILEY / Det. Lt. Provenza

MICHAEL PAUL CHAN / Lt. Mike Tao

RAYMOND CRUZ / Det. Julio Sanchez

JONATHAN DEL ARCO / Dr. Morales

TONY DENISON / Lt. Andy Flynn

ROBERT GOSSETT / Commander Taylor

PHILLIP P. KEENE / Buzz

COREY REYNOLDS / Sgt. David Gabriel

KYRA SEDGWICK / Dep. Chief Brenda Leigh Johnson

J.K. SIMMONS / Asst. Police Chief Will Pope

JON TENNEY / FBI Special Agent Fritz Howard

DEXTER (Showtime)

JENNIFER CARPENTER / Debra Morgan

APRIL HERNANDEZ CASTILLO / Cira

MICHAEL C. HALL / Dexter Morgan

DESMOND HARRINGTON / Joey Quinn

MARIA DOYLE KENNEDY / Sonya

C.S. LEE / Vince Masuka

JONNY LEE MILLER / Jordan Chase

JAMES REMAR / Harry Morgan

JULIA STILES / Lumen Pierce

LAUREN VELEZ / Lt. Maria Laguerta

PETER WELLER / Liddy

DAVID ZAYAS / Sgt. Angel Batista
THE GOOD WIFE (CBS)

CHRISTINE BARANSKI / Diane Lockhart

JOSH CHARLES / Will Gardner

ALAN CUMMING / Eli Gold

MATT CZUCHRY / Cary Agos

JULIANNA MARGULIES / Alicia Florrick

ARCHIE PANJABI / Kalinda Sharma

GRAHAM PHILLIPS / Zach Florrick

MAKENZIE VEGA / Grace Florrick

MAD MEN (AMC)

CARA BUONO / Faye Miller

JON HAMM / Don Draper

JARED HARRIS / Lane Pryce

CHRISTINA HENDRICKS / Joan Harris

JANUARY JONES / Betty Francis (Draper)

VINCENT KARTHEISER / Pete Campbell

MATT LONG / Joey Baird

ROBERT MORSE / Bert Cooper

ELISABETH MOSS / Peggy Olson

JESSICA PARÉ / Megan Calvet

KIERNAN SHIPKA / Sally Draper

JOHN SLATTERY / Roger Sterling

RICH SOMMER / Harry Crane

CHRISTOPHER STANLEY / Henry Francis

AARON STATON / Ken Cosgrove

Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series

30 ROCK (NBC)

SCOTT ADSIT / Pete Hornberger

ALEC BALDWIN / Jack Donaghy

KATRINA BOWDEN / Cerie

KEVIN BROWN / Dotcom

GRIZZ CHAPMAN / Grizz

TINA FEY / Liz Lemon

JUDAH FRIEDLANDER / Frank Rossitano

JANE KRAKOWSKI / Jenna Maroney

JOHN LUTZ / Lutz

JACK MCBRAYER / Kenneth Parcell

TRACY MORGAN / Tracy Jordan

MAULIK PANCHOLY / Jonathan

KEITH POWELL / Toofer

GLEE (FOX)

MAX ADLER / Dave Karofsky

DIANNA AGRON / Quinn Fabray

CHRIS COLFER / Kurt Hummel

JANE LYNCH / Sue Sylvester

JAYMA MAYS / Emma Pillsbury

KEVIN MCHALE / Arty Abrams

LEA MICHELE / Rachel Berry

CORY MONTEITH / Finn Hudson

HEATHER MORRIS / Brittany Pierce

MATTHEW MORRISON / Will Schuester

MIKE O’MALLEY / Burt Hummel

AMBER RILEY / Mercedes

NAYA RIVERA / Santana Lopez

MARK SALLING / Noah ‘Puck’ Puckerman

HARRY SHUM JR. / Mike Chang

IQBAL THEBA / Principal Figgins

JENNA USHKOWITZ / Tina

HOT IN CLEVELAND (TV Land)

VALERIE BERTINELLI / Melanie Moretti

JANE LEEVES / Joy Scroggs

WENDIE MALICK / Victoria Chase

BETTY WHITE / Elka Ostrovsky

MODERN FAMILY (ABC)

JULIE BOWEN / Claire Dunphy

TY BURRELL / Phil Dunphy

JESSE TYLER FERGUSON / Mitchell Pritchett

NOLAN GOULD / Luke Dunphy

SARAH HYLAND / Haley Dunphy

ED O’NEILL / Jay Pritchett

RICO RODRIGUEZ / Manny Delgado

ERIC STONESTREET / Cameron Tucker

SOFIA VERGARA / Gloria Delgado-Pritchett

ARIEL WINTER / Alex Dunphy

THE OFFICE (NBC)

LESLIE DAVID BAKER / Stanley Hudson

BRIAN BAUMGARTNER / Kevin Malone

CREED BRATTON / Creed Bratton

STEVE CARELL / Michael Scott

JENNA FISCHER / Pam Beesly Halpert

KATE FLANNERY / Meredith Palmer

ED HELMS / Andy Bernard

MINDY KALING / Kelly Kapoor

ELLIE KEMPER / Erin Hannon

ANGELA KINSEY / Angela Martin

JOHN KRASINSKI / Jim Halpert

PAUL LIEBERSTEIN / Toby Flenderson

B.J. NOVAK / Ryan Howard

OSCAR NUÑEZ / Oscar Martinez

CRAIG ROBINSON / Daryll Philbin

PHYLLIS SMITH / Phyllis Lapin-Vance

RAINN WILSON / Dwight Schrute

ZACH WOODS / Gabe Lewis
STUNT

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Motion Picture

GREEN ZONE (Universal Pictures)

INCEPTION (Warner Bros. Pictures)

ROBIN HOOD (Universal Pictures)

Outstanding Performance by a Stunt Ensemble in a Television Series

BURN NOTICE (USA)

CSI: NY (CBS)

DEXTER (SHOWTIME)

SOUTHLAND (TNT)

TRUE BLOOD (HBO)
LIFETIME ACHIEVEMENT

Robert Downey Jr. on the LATE SHOW WITH DAVID LETTERMAN, CBS

Robert Downey Jr. on the LATE SHOW

Robert Downey Jr. on the LATE SHOW

Hailed by many critics as one of the most brilliant and versatile actors of his generation, Robert Downey Jr. chalked up a formidable onscreen track record that quickly launched the young thesp into the stratosphere. Although, for a time, Downey’s stormy offscreen life and personal problems threatened to challenge his public image, he quickly bounced back and overcame these setbacks, with a continued array of impressive roles on the big and small screens that never sacrificed his audience appeal or affability.   The son of underground filmmaker Robert Downey, Downey Jr. was born in New York City on April 4, 1965. He made his first onscreen appearance at the age of five, as a puppy in his father’s film Pound (1970). Between 1972 and 1990, he made cameo appearances in five more of his father’s films. The actor’s first significant role, in 1983′s Baby,_It’s_You, largely ended up on the cutting-room floor; it wasn’t until two years later that he began landing more substantial parts, first as a one-season cast member on Saturday_Night_Live and then in the comedy Weird_Science. In 1987, he landed plum roles in two films that capitalized on the Brat Pack phenomenon, James_Toback’s The Pick-Up Artist, (opposite Molly_Ringwald), and Less_Than_Zero, for which he won acclaim playing cocaine addict Julian Wells. Through it all, Downey cultivated an enviable instinct for role (and script) selection. His turns in Emile_Ardolino’s classy reincarnation fantasy Chances_Are (1989), Michael_Hoffman’s Soapdish (1992), Robert_Altman’s Short_Cuts (as the Iago-like Hollywood makeup artist Bill Bush), and Richard_Loncraine’s Richard III (1995) wowed viewers around the world, and often, on those rare occasions when Downey did choose substandard material (such as the lead in Richard_Attenborough’s deeply flawed Chaplin (1992), or an Australian media parasite in Oliver_Stone’s Natural_Born_Killers [1994]), his performance redeemed it. In fact, critics deemed Downey’s portrayal as one of the only worthwhile elements in the Chaplin biopic, and it earned the thesp a Best Actor Oscar nomination, as well as Golden Globe and British Academy Award noms. Around this time, Downey’s personal life took a turn for the worse. In June 1996, the LAPD arrested the actor (who had already spent time in three rehabilitation facilities between 1987 and 1996) on counts including drug use, driving under the influence, possession of a concealed weapon, and possession of illegal substances, a development which struck many as ironic, given his star-making performance years prior in Less than Zero. A month after this arrest, police found Downey Jr. unconscious on a neighbor’s lawn, under the influence of a controlled substance, and authorities again incarcerated him, taking him — this time — to a rehab center. A third arrest soon followed, as did another stint in rehab. His stay in rehab didn’t last long, as he walked out, thereby violating the conditions of his bail. More arrests and complications followed — in fact, the actor had to be released from rehab to make James_Toback’s Two Girls and a Guy — but he still landed a few screen appearances and won praise for his work in Mike_Figgis’ One_Night_Stand (1997) and Altman’s otherwise-disappointing Gingerbread_Man (1998). In addition, he starred in one of his father’s films, the offbeat Hugo_Pool (1997). In 1999, he had three films out in theaters: Friends and Lovers, Bowfinger, and In_Dreams. He delivered a particularly chilling performance in the latter, as longhaired psychopathic child murderer Vivian Thompson, that arguably ranked with his finest work. But Downey’s problems caught up with him again that same year, when he was re-arrested and sentenced to 12 months in a state penitentiary. These complications led to the actor’s removal from the cast of the summer 2001 Julia Roberts/Billy Crystal comedy America’s Sweethearts and his removal from a stage production of longtime friend Mel Gibson’s +Hamlet, although a memorably manic performance in Curtis Hanson’s Wonder Boys made it to the screen in 2000. Downey’s decision — after release — to pursue television work, with a recurring role on Ally McBeal, marked a brief comeback (he won a 2001 Best TV Series Supporting Actor Golden Globe for the performance). Nevertheless, series creator David E. Kelley and the show’s other producers sacked Downey permanently when two additional arrests followed. During this period, Downey also allegedly dated series star Calista Flockhart. In 2002, a Riverside, CA, judge dismissed all counts against Downey. In time, the former addict counseled other celebrity addicts and became something of a spokesperson for rehabilitation. He starred as a hallucination-prone novelist in The Singing Detective in 2003, and while the film didn’t achieve mainstream success, critics praised Downey for his interpretation of the role, alongside Oscar winners Adrien Brody and Mel Gibson. The same could be said for Gothika (2003), the psychological thriller that placed him opposite Hollywood heavyweight Halle Berry. In 2004, Downey appeared in Steven Soderbergh’s portion of the film Eros.   Downey achieved success throughout 2005 with appearances in George Clooney’s critically lauded Good Night, and Good Luck — as one of Ed Murrow’s underlings — and he paired up with Val Kilmer in Shane Black’s directorial debut Kiss Kiss, Bang Bang. He continued balancing more mainstream fare, such as Disney’s Shaggy Dog remake, with challenging films such as Richard Linklater’s rotoscoped adaptation A Scanner Darkly. That same year, Downey wrapped production on Hanson’s Lucky You, the story of a card shark (Eric Bana) who faces off against his father (Robert Duvall) at the legendary World Series of Poker, while simultaneously attempting to woo a beautiful singer (Drew Barrymore). Downey continued to show his versatility by joining the casts of Zodiac, David Fincher’s highly-touted film about the Zodiac Killer, and the Diane Arbus biopic Fur, with Nicole Kidman. A supporting role in Jon Poll’s 2007 directorial debut Charlie Bartlett followed. The biggest was yet to come, however, as 2007 found Downey taking on the roles that would make him an even bigger star than he’d been in his youth, as he took on the leading role of sarcastic billionaire and part-time super hero Tony Stark in the big screen adaptation of the comic book Iron Man, as well as self-important actor Kirk Lazarus in the comedy Tropic Thunder. Both films turned out to be not just blockbuster successes at the box office, but breakaway hits with critics as well, and in addition to major praise, the actor also walked away from 2008 with an Oscar nomination for his performance in Tropic Thunder.  Wed to actress Deborah Falconer from 1992-2004, Downey married Gothika producer Susan Levin in 2005. He and Falconer have one son, Indigo Downey. Watch Robert tonight on the Late Show.  We 4/28: Robert Downey Jr., OK Go

Dennis Hopper rushed to New York hospital!

Actor Dennis Hopper attends the Partouche Charity Poker Tournament at Palm Beach during the 61st Cannes International Film Festival on May 17, 2008 in Cannes, France.Dennis Hopper reportedly has been rushed to a New York hospital. Sources tell Entertainment Tonight that the actor arrived in an ambulance at the emergency room of a Manhattan hospital. He was seen wearing an oxygen mask and with numerous tubes visible. And although that sounds eerily like that infamous scene from “Blue Velvet,” one of Hopper’s most memorable roles, we hope and pray his condition isn’t serious. Say prayers for the Hollywood icon, Oscar-nominated for co-writing 1969′s “Easy Rider” and for his role in 1986′s “Hoosiers.” Hopper is currently starring in a TV version of “Crash,” with Eric Roberts, on the Starz channel. It premiered Sept. 18.

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Actress Natasha Richardson died in 2009 after a freak skiing accident

Stuyvesant High SchoolActress Natasha Richardson died in 2009 after a freak skiing accident: a fall during a lesson led to a head injury which ended her life two days later. Richardson had been a star of the stage and screen since 1985, when she appeared with her mother, Vanessa Redgrave, in a London production of The Seagull. Both of Richardson’s parents won Oscars: her mother as supporting actress for Julia (1977), and her father, Tony Richardson, as best director for the 1963 film Tom Jones. Classically trained and honey-haired, both serious and sensual, Natasha Richardson quickly made her own name in films like The Handmaid’s Tale (1990, with Robert Duvall), Nell (1994, with her future husband Liam Neeson) and the surprisingly popular Disney remake The Parent Trap (1998, with Richardson as the mother of twins played by Lindsay Lohan). She also flourished on stage, earning a Tony nomination for Anna Christie (1993, again with Neeson) and then winning a Tony as best actress in the 1998 New York revival of Cabaret. (Her turn as Sally Bowles in the latter “managed to obliterate memories of Liza Minnelli’s film performance,” as a review by Baseline put it.) She married Neeson in 1994, and they had two sons: Micheal Richard (b. 1995) and Daniel Jack (b. 1996). Richardson’s fatal fall took place at the Mont Tremblant ski resort near Montreal on 16 March 2009; she died two days later in New York’s Lenox Hill Hospital after her family removed her from life support. Extra credit: Richardson married the stage and film producer Robert Fox in 1990. They had no children and were divorced in 1994… Her sister is the actress Joely Richardson, her grandfather the actor Michael Redgrave, and her aunt the actress Lynn Redgrave… Tony Richardson and Vanessa Redgrave were married from 1962-67; Natsha and Joely were their only offspring. Tony Richardson died in 1991… She played kidnapped heiress Patty Hearst in a 1988 film of the same name.

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