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Corin Redgrave Dies at 70

0406 redgrave Actor Corin Redgrave died Sunday at his home in London. He was 70 years old. Redgrave came from one of England's best known acting families. He was the brother to actors Vanessa and Lyn Redgrave, the father of actor Jemma Redgrave, and the son of actors Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson. Besides his work on stage, Corin Redgrave, who won an Olivier award in 1998 for his role in Trevor Nunn's production of Tennessee Williams' "Not About Nightingales," was best known for his tireless political activism.

Read the story at the Guardian.

Photo: Corin Redgrave in 1968 (Photo: Getty Images)

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