Lights On Broadway To Dim In Memory Of Actress Lynn Redgrave

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Broadway theatres' marquees will dim their lights at 7 p.m. Tuesday for one minute in memory of actress Lynn Redgrave, who died Sunday at the age of 67.

Redgrave was a 2006 Tony Award nominee for Best Actress in a Play ("The Constant Wife"), a 1993 Tony Award nominee for Best Actress in a Play ("Shakespeare for My Father"), which she wrote, and a 1976 Tony Award nominee for Best Actress in a Play ("Mrs. Warren's Profession").

In addition to her work on Broadway, Redgrave received two Oscars, two Emmys, and a Grammy Award.

Her motion picture credits include "Georgy Girl," "Gods and Monsters" and "Shine." Redgrave was also a founding member of the Royal National Theatre.

Redgrave was born in London into a family of actors including her sister Vanessa Redgrave.

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