Corin Redgrave Biography
Birthday: July 16, 1939 (Cancer)
Born In: London, England
Corin Redgrave was a talented British actor who made his presence felt in all the three arenas of entertainment: stage, television and films. Born to actor parents, it goes without saying that Redgrave was born with an inherent talent for acting. He showed signs of turning into a fine actor early on. It was while at Cambridge that the seed for his acting career was sowed. He featured in a number of college plays and theatrical productions which allowed him to explore his artistic side completely. By the time Redgrave graduated from Cambridge, he had already gained wide experience in acting. Redgrave soon made his foray into professional theatre and earned himself prominent roles. He did several Shakespearean plays, such as ‘Hamlet,’ ‘Henry IV,’ ‘The Tempest’ and so on in his lifetime. He also found himself important roles in popular television series and television films. Redgrave’s acting career which spanned almost five decades saw him cap various challenging roles which he portrayed with great élan. He was also an active political activist of his time and perpetually supported far-Left political philosophies. He joined the Campaign for Nuclear Disarmament and even the Trotskyist Workers Revolutionary Party. His death in 2010 brought an end to an era of Redgrave’s artistic dominance and political campaigns.