view cart menu separator categories menu separator faq
advanced search
categories  > my ebay (2817)
LYNN REDGRAVE Original SIGNED in Person AUTOGRAPH PHOTO
 

LYNN REDGRAVE Original SIGNED in Person AUTOGRAPH PHOTO

Price: $34.99 add to cart     
Feedback: 92.34%, 183 sales Ask seller a question
Shipping: US-Mainland: $5.95 (more destinations)
Sales Tax: California: 9.85%
Condition: Brand new
Payment Options: Money Order, Cashier's Check, Cash On delivery, Personal Check,
This is an ORIGINAL Signed in Person 8" x 10" black & white photographof actress LYNN REDGRAVE. This item came directly from the estate of noted San Francisco autograph collector Ron Weinberg who would often attend events in the Bay area to obtain his signatures himself in-person. A "Certificate Of Authenticity" IS included to the winner from our Hollywood shop which has been in business for the past 35 years! The Original Publicity Photofeaturing the actress in a nun's habit is signed, TO RON, BEST WISHES AND LOVE, LYNN REDGRAVE.She signed it boldly in a blue sharpeeGreat if you like Autograph Original Photos MORE INFO ON LYNN REDGRAVE: Lynn Rachel Redgrave, OBE (8 March 1943 – 2 May 2010) was an English actress.A member of the well-known British family of actors, Redgrave trained in London before making her theatrical debut in 1962. By the mid-1960s she had appeared in several films, including Tom Jones (1963), and Georgy Girl (1966) which won her a New York Film Critics Award and nominations for an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award.In 1967, she made her Broadway debut, and performed in several stage productions in New York while making frequent returns to London's West End. She performed with her sister Vanessa in Three Sisters in London, and in the title role in a television production of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane? in 1991. She made a return to films in the late 1990s in films such as Shine (1996) and Gods and Monsters (1998), for which she received another Academy Award nomination.Redgrave was born in Marylebone, London, to actors Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson. Her sister is actress Vanessa Redgrave; her brother was actor and political activist Corin Redgrave. She was the aunt of actor Carlo Gabriel Nero and actresses Joely Richardson, Jemma Redgrave and Natasha Richardson. After training in London's Central School of Speech and Drama, Redgrave made her professional debut in a 1962 production of A Midsummer Night's Dream at the Royal Court Theatre. Following a tour of Billy Liar and repertory work in Dundee, she made her West End debut at the Haymarket, in N.C. Hunter's The Tulip Tree with Celia Johnson and John Clements.She was invited to join The National Theatre for its inaugural season at the Old Vic, working with such directors as Laurence Olivier, Franco Zeffirelli, and Noel Coward in roles such as Rose in The Recruiting Officer, Barblin in Andorra, Jackie in Hay Fever, Kattrin in Mother Courage, Miss Prue in Love for Love, and Margaret in Much Ado About Nothing which kept her busy for the next three years.During that time she appeared in films such as Tom Jones (1963), Girl with Green Eyes (1964), The Deadly Affair (1966) and the title role in Georgy Girl (also 1966). For the last of these roles she gained the New York Film Critics Award, the Golden Globe and an Oscar nomination.In 1967 she made her Broadway debut in Black Comedy with Michael Crawford and Geraldine Page. London appearances included Michael Frayn's The Two of Us with Richard Briers at the Garrick, David Hare's Slag at the Royal Court, and Born Yesterday, directed by Tom Stoppard at Greenwich in 1973.In 1974, she returned to Broadway in My Fat Friend. There soon followed Knock Knock with Charles Durning, Mrs Warren's Profession (for a Tony nomination) with Ruth Gordon, and Saint Joan. In the 1985/86 season she appeared with Rex Harrison, Claudette Colbert, and Jeremy Brett in Aren't We All? and with Mary Tyler Moore in A. R. Gurney's Sweet Sue.In 1983, she played Cleopatra in an American television version of Antony and Cleopatra opposite Timothy Dalton. She was in Misalliance in Chicago with Irene Worth, (earning the Sarah Siddons and Joseph Jefferson awards), Twelfth Night at the American Shakespeare Festival, California Suite, The King and I, Hellzapoppin', Les Dames du Jeudi, Les Liaisons Dangereuses, and The Cherry Orchard. In 1988 she narrated a dramatised television documentary, Silent Mouse, which told the story of the creation of the Christmas carol Silent Night. In the early winter of 1991 she starred with Stewart Granger and Ricardo Montalban in a Hollywood production of Don Juan in Hell.With her sister Vanessa as Olga, she returned to the London stage playing Masha in Three Sisters in 1991 at the Queen's Theatre, London, and later played the title role in a television production of Whatever Happened to Baby Jane?, again with her sister. Highlights of her early film career also include The National Health, Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Sex, The Happy Hooker and Getting It Right. In the United States she was seen on such television series as Teachers Only, House Calls, Centennial and Chicken Soup.She also starred in BBC productions such as The Faint-Hearted Feminist, A Woman Alone, Death of a Son, Calling the Shots and Fighting Back. She played Broadway again in Moon Over Buffalo (1996) with co-star Robert Goulet, and starred in the world premier of Tennessee Williams' The Notebook of Trigorin, based on Anton Chekhov's The Seagull. She won the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Featured Actress in a Play for her performance in Talking Heads.Redgrave became well known in the United States after appearing in the television series House Calls, for which she received an Emmy nomination. She was fired from the show after she insisted on bringing her child to rehearsals so as to continue a breast-feeding schedule. A lawsuit ensued but was dismissed a few years after. Following that, she appeared in a long-running series of television commercials for H. J. Heinz Company, then the manufacturer of the weight loss foods for Weight Watchers, a Heinz subsidiary. Her signature line for the ads was "This Is Living". She wrote a book of her life experiences with the same title,[1] which included a selection of Weight Watcher recipes. The autobiographical section later became the basis of her one-woman play Shakespeare For My Father.In 1993 she was elected President of The Players, the famous theatrical club and historic bastion of American theatre history. In 1989 she appeared on Broadway in Love Letters with her husband John Clark, and thereafter they performed the play around the country, and on one occasion for the jury in the O. J. Simpson case. In 1993 she appeared on Broadway in the one-woman play Shakespeare for My Father, which Clark produced and directed. She was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play.In 2005, Redgrave appeared at Quinnipiac University and Connecticut College in the play Sisters of the Garden, about the sisters Fanny and Rebekka Mendelssohn and Nadia and Lili Boulanger.[2] She was also reported to be writing a one-woman play about her battle with breast cancer and her 2003 mastectomy, based on her book Journal: A Mother and Daughter's Recovery from Breast Cancer with photos by her daughter Annabel and text by Redgrave herself.In September 2006, she appeared in Nightingale, the U.S. premiere of her new one-woman play based upon her maternal grandmother Beatrice, at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum. She also performed the play in May 2007 at Hartford Stage in Hartford, Connecticut. On both occasions she earned excellent reviews but was forced to perform seated at a table rather than standing on stage due to unspecified health problems, which critics found distracting. In 2007, she appeared in an episode of Desperate Housewives as Dahlia Hainsworth.She most recently appeared on an episode of ABC's Ugly Betty.Redgrave narrated the audiobook Prince Caspian by C. S. Lewis for Harper Audio, and Inkheart by Cornelia Funke for Listening Library.On 2 April 1967, Lynn Redgrave married the English actor John Clark. Together they had three children, airline pilot Benjamin Clark (born 1968), singer-songwriter Pema (originally Kelly) Clark (born 1970), and author and photographer Annabel Lucy Clark (born 1981). In 1991, he confessed, he fathered a child, Zachary, with his then-assistant, Nicolette Hannah. Four years later, Hannah married Redgrave and Clark's son Benjamin, becoming the elder Clark's daughter-in-law. Redgrave's husband kept all this secret until Benjamin and Nicolette divorced in 1996. Becoming suspicious, Benjamin, a 30-year-old airline pilot, confronted his father, who eventually decided to come clean with his hopelessly soiled laundry. On March 1, after a few months of psychotherapy and spurred by a tell-all interview her husband gave to the National Enquirer, Redgrave, a Best Supporting Actress Oscar nominee for Gods and Monsters, filed for divorce. "I've discovered a lifetime of betrayal from my husband," she tearfully told The Times of London. "It was right beneath my nose for eight years. I thought the child was my surrogate grandchild." The divorce proceedings were acrimonious and became front page news, with Clark alleging that Redgrave had also been unfaithful.Lynn Redgrave was appointed OBE in 2001. She was a naturalised citizen of the United States.She discussed her health problems associated with bulimia and breast cancer. She was diagnosed with the latter in December 2002, had a mastectomy in January 2003, and chemotherapy. She died from breast cancer in her Kent, Connecticut home on 2 May 2010, aged 67.Her brother, actor Corin Redgrave, also a cancer patient, had died on 6 April 2010, aged 70.Redgrave's funeral was held on 8 May at First Congregational Church in Kent, Connecticut. She was buried at Saint Peter's Episcopal Cemetery in Lithgow, New York; her mother Rachel Kempson and niece Natasha Richardson are also buried there.Winning buyder agrees in advance to pay an additional Mail postage (Foreign orders will require additional postage) and to remit full payment within 10 days after notification from the seller. PLEASE ALLOW 10 TO 14 DAYS FOR DELIVERY. California residents must add state sales taxes. Be sure to click on "View Seller's Other products" for more great items like this! Powered by eCRATER . List your items fast and easy and manage
Other Products from backlotmovie:View all products
LOOSE TIMES AT RIDLEY HIGH Original POSTER Sexy  Erotic
$9.99
MIDNIGHT COWBOY Japan POSTER Dustin Hoffman JON VOIGHT
$90.00
THIRTEEN GHOSTS Horror BUS STOP Huge POSTER Thir13en TONY SHALOUB  Monk THRILLER
$14.99
BARBARA HERSHEY The BABY MAKER Original 1-SHEET Poster Collin Wilco-Horne 1970
$9.99
WINNIE the POOH Original CHRISTMAS Disney Studios PHOTO WALT DISNEY Disneyland
$4.99
CHARLIE SHEEN Original ERIK HEINILA Photo PHOTOGRAPH
$6.99
GLASS MENAGERIE Original Movie POSTER JOANNE WOODWARD Karen Allen John Malkovich
$19.99
GRETA GARBO Scene Still  ANNA CHRISTIE Photo Charles Bickford
$4.99
DRESSED TO KILL Brian De Palma ORIGINAL POSTER Angie Dickinson MICHAEL CAINE '80
$24.99
E.T. Extra Terrestrial Wind-up WATCH Nelsonic DREW STRUZAN Art  MIP SPIELBERG
$29.99
Last Updated: 19 Nov 2017 08:41:47 PST home  |  about  |  terms  |  contact
Powered by eCRATER - a free online store builder