9 Facts About Vanessa Redgrave

1. Liam Neeson reveals mother-in-law Vanessa Redgrave helps raise his two children.

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2. In March 2006, Vanessa Redgrave remarked in an interview with US broadcast journalist Amy Goodman: "I don't know of a single government that actually abides by international human rights law, not one, including my own.

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3. In 1984, Vanessa Redgrave sued the Boston Symphony Orchestra, claiming that the orchestra had fired her from a performance because of her support of the PLO.

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4. In 1961, Vanessa Redgrave was an active member of the Committee of 100 and its working group.

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5. In January 2006, Vanessa Redgrave was presented the Ibsen Centennial Award for her "outstanding work in interpreting many of Henrik Ibsen's works over the last decades".

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6. In 2009, Vanessa Redgrave starred in the BBC remake of The Day of the Triffids, with her daughter Joely.

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7. In 2008, Vanessa Redgrave appeared as a narrator in an Arts Alliance production, id—Identity of the Soul.

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8. In 1966, Vanessa Redgrave created the role of Jean Brodie in the Donald Albery production of The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie, adapted for the stage by Jay Presson Allen from the novel by Muriel Spark.

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9. In 1960, Vanessa Redgrave had her first starring role in Robert Bolt's The Tiger and the Horse, in which she co-starred with her father.

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