Corin Redgrave (1939 -- 2010)
Corin Redgrave was born in London into a distinguished acting family. His parents Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson were both actors, as well as his sisters Vanessa and Lynn.
He made his stage debut aged 22 alongside Vanessa at London's famed Royal Court Theatre in 1961, portraying Lysander in "A Midsummer Night's Dream". His first memorable film appearance was in the Oscar winning A Man For All Seasons (1966). His other appearances ranged from When Eight Bells Toll to In The Name Of The Father, and in Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994) he was briefly married to Carrie (Andie MacDowell).
Corin Redgrave never left theatre behind and won a Tony Award nomination for Not About Nightingales in 1999. In 2000 he was diagnosed with prostate cancer and suffered a heart attack in 2005. But he made his return to the London stage in 2009 playing the lead in Trumbo, based on the life of blacklisted Hollywood screenwriter Dalton Trumbo. 70 year-old Corin died in a London hospital in April 2010.