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The latter performance also earned her an Emmy Award and a Screen Actors Guild Award.She had previously won an Emmy Award for her portrayal of Holocaust survivor Fania Fénelon in CBS's "Playing for Time" (directed by Daniel Mann and adapted from Ms.Dalloway" (adapted from the Virginia Woolf novel by Eileen Atkins); her son Carlo Nero's ""The Fever&rdquo"; "for HBO Films"; Roger Michell's "Venus"; Lajos Koltai's "Evening"; and, in 2008, "Atonement," an Oscar nominee for Best Picture.
Fénelon's autobiography), and has been nominated for an Emmy three additional times. Redgrave previously starred for David Hare in his film "Wetherby," for which she was honored by the National Society of Film Critics with their Best Actress award.
Her other films include director Fred Zinnemann's "A Man for All Seasons"; Michelangelo Antonioni's "Blowup"; Karel Reisz' "Morgan: A Suitable Case for Treatment" (for which she won Best Actress at the Cannes International Film Festival) and "Isadora" (earning her another Best Actress win at Cannes and honors from the National Society of Film Critics); Sidney Lumet's "Murder on the Orient Express"; Michael Apted's "Agatha"; Merchant Ivory's "The Bostonians" (for which she was cited as Best Actress from the National Society of Film Critics); Stephen Frears' "Prick Up Your Ears" (for which she was named Best Supporting Actress by the New York Film Critics Circle); Simon Callow's "The Ballad of the Sad Café"; Marleen Gorris' "Mrs.
In addition to her other honors, Redgrave received a BAFTA Fellowship in 2010.
Vanessa Redgrave trained at the Central School of Speech and Drama in London and made her film debut in "Behind the Mask" in 1958. Vanessa Redgrave won the Academy Award and the Golden Globe Award, as well as awards from the Los Angeles Film Critics Association and the Kansas City Film Critics Circle, for her performance in the title role of "Julia" (directed in 1977 by Fred Zinnemann and adapted by Alvin Sargent from Lillian Hellman's novel of the same name).
She has received five additional Academy Award nominations and eleven additional Golden Globe Award nominations, as well as been honored with a second Golden Globe Award win for her performance in the telefilm "If These Walls Could Talk 2" (for the segment written and directed by Jane Anderson).