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Actress Lynn Redgrave Dies at 67

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Lynn Redgrave, the Oscar-nominated actress known for her roles in Georgy Girl and Gods and Monsters, died at her home Sunday in Connecticut, her family announced this morning. The 67-year-old was battling breast cancer.

"Redgrave was born into the world of drama," said the Wall Street Journal. "Many of her family members were actors including her parents, Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, her older brother Corin, and her older sister Vanessa. Redgrave was also the aunt of Joely Richardson and Natasha Richardson, also accomplished thespians."

Corin died last month and Richardson last year.

Most recently, Redgrave had appeared on episodes of "Ugly Betty" and "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." "She was also the first of many celebrities who served as the spokesperson for the Weight Watchers program,"

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noted People. Other notable roles in films included Tom Jones, Girl with Green Eyes and The Deadly Affair.R.I.P. Lynn.

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