Natasha Richardson's Quirky Career

From films to plays, and back again.

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    One of Richardson's first roles, her starring turn in the film "Gothic," in 1986.

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    Richardson starred in the biographical movie "Patty Hearst" in 1988. The title role put her on the map as one of film's up-and-coming actresses.

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    Richardson starred opposite future husband Liam Neeson in the Broadway play "Anna Christie" in 1993.

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    Richardson also starred opposite Neeson, and Jodie Foster, in the 1994 film "Nell."

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    Richardson starred along side Dennis Quaid and a very young Lindsay Lohan in the 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap," one of her most popular films.

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    Natasha Richardson in scene from the acclaimed Broadway revival of "Cabaret," in February 1998. She won the Tony award for her performance.

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    Richardson starred opposite John C. Riley in the Broadway revival of "A Streetcar Named Desire" in 2005.

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    Natasha Richardson and Marton Czokas in scene from the critically acclaimed "Asylum," released in 2005, which she also produced.

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    What turned out to be Richardson's final film role, her part as the headmistress of a boarding school in the film "Wild Child," released in 2008.