Lynn Redgrave shot to fame in Georgy Girl, a low-budget British film that became an emblem of Swinging '60s London. It was filmed at Shepperton studios in 1966, when she was 22 years old.
The film saw her nominated for a best actress Oscar in the same year as sister Vanessa. But the third child of actors Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson always felt overshadowed by the rest of the Redgrave dynasty.
Her father once recalled in his diary that "this strange, shy pudding of a child thought she was going to be an actress", and Lynn struggled throughout her childhood with Sir Michael's apparent indifference to her.
But Lynn Redgrave went on to forge a successful film career, its highlights including Shine and Gods and Monsters, for which she won a Golden Globe in 1999.
She also had hits on Broadway and in London's West End. Her one-woman play Shakespeare For My Father and her roles in Mrs Warren's Profession and The Constant Wife received Tony nominations.
In 2002, Redgrave was awarded an OBE for her services to drama.
Lynn's death is the third from the ranks of the Redgrave dynasty in the past year, following the deaths of her niece Natasha Richardson and older brother Corin Redgrave.
Lynn Redgrave, who has died of breast cancer at 67, is survived by her son Ben and daughters Pema and Annabel. She also leaves six grandchildren, her sister Vanessa and four nieces and nephews.
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