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Corin Redgrave is an acting English Redgrave clan member, known for his stage performances.
At the age of 22, Corin debuted on the stage of Royal Court Theatre in A Midsummer Night's Dream.
Among his early roles, there are also Twelfth Night and Chips with Everything.
In 1964, the actor also debuted on the screen in the film Crooks in Cloisters. Two years later, he stared side-by-side with his older sister Vanessa Redgrave in A Man for All Seasons.
Best Known For
Apart from his acting career, Corin succeeded in writing. His book Michael Redgrave: My Father was both argued and widely accepted.
One of his notable, though not the brightest roles was in Four Weddings and a Funeral.
The situation with the actor’s religion is rather clear – he supported the WRP (The Workers Revolutionary Party) and was a Marxist, so he was definitely not religious. However, when Corin died, people came to pay their respect to St. Paul’s Church. Moreover, Corin Redgrave was christened by birth as Corin William. (Source: Independent.co.uk, 04/06/2010)
Corin Redgrave was straight. He was married twice and had four children. His second wife, Kika Markham, had spent with the actor 25 years until his death separated them.
Worth to Know
The horrifying diagnosis – prostate cancer - was set to the actor in 1999, when things seemed to go better.
His dedication to the Workers Revolutionary Party was so strong, that it was even prior to the acting career. (Source: Theguardian.com, 09/20/2014)