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    Default Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    oh my god I don't believe it. shes reallly dead! should I be crying? shes just an actress. I don't think she was supposed to die oh my god!
    she was only 45!
    here is the article! Natasha Richardson dies at 45

    and this is her
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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    I heard about that.. that's really sad.



    btw, who is she? Was she an actress?

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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    oh my gosh. YES she was in parent trap and so many great movies, you have most likely seen her in a movie. look here : Natasha Richardson (I)
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    I heard about that.. that's really sad.



    btw, who is she? Was she an actress?

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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    This is really sad. She was also on Broadway.

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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    This is such sad news. My thoughts are with her family.
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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    I just read about this. Its just horrible. My prayers are with her family.

    FYI: She was a part of a long line of actors and married to Liam Neeson.
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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    This is such a tragedy. She was only 45.
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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    Wow I just thought she was in a skiing accident.. I really didnt think that she was going to died... Best wishes go out to her family..

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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    How sad, she was very young. May she rest in peace.

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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    I moved this to the appropriate section.

    Here's the article from Breaking Entertainment News from THR.com- Read the Latest Film Reviews

    Natasha Richardson, who more than upheld her lineage as part of one of the great acting dynasties by establishing an eclectic career in film, TV and theater, where she earned a Tony in 1998 for her performance as Sally Bowles in "Cabaret," died Wednesday in New York. She was 45.

    Richardson suffered a head injury while taking a skiing lesson Monday at the Mont Tremblant resort north of Montreal. Although she initially showed no visible signs of injury, she developed a headache about an hour later and was taken first to a local hospital in Ste. Agathe, Quebec, and then was transferred to the Hopital du Sacre-Coeur de Montreal.

    On Tuesday, she was transported to Lenox Hill Hospital in New York, where her family, including husband Liam Neeson and her mother, Vanessa Redgrave, gathered to keep vigil.

    Alan Nierob, the Los Angeles-based publicist for Neeson, confirmed her death in a written statement that did not give details on the cause of death. Reports indicated that Richardson was removed from life support Wednesday.

    Her death was announced Wednesday evening in New York by a spokesman for the family who said: "Liam Neeson, his sons and the entire family are shocked and devastated by the tragic death of their beloved Natasha. They are profoundly grateful for the support, love and prayers of everyone and ask for privacy during this very difficult time."

    In her early 20s, barely out of drama school, Richardson quickly demonstrated her stage presence in a 1985 revival of Anton Chekhov's "The Seagull" that came to London's West End, where she worked for the first time with her mother. The London Drama Critics' Circle hailed the young actress as most promising newcomer.

    Still, at first she appeared to be an unusual choice when director Sam Mendes cast her in his reimagining of "Cabaret" when it transferred from London to New York's Roundabout Theatre in 1996.

    Jill Haworth created the role onstage, and Liza Minnelli had made her own on film, but Richardson generally was not regarded as a musical comedy performer, though she had played the socialite Tracy Lord in a 1987 stage version of "High Society." Instead of portraying Sally as a belting Broadway baby, Richardson grounded her in the dramatic reality of a struggling cabaret performer caught up in the darkening shadows of Hitler's Germany.

    The New York Times' Ben Brantley wrote of her way with the show's title tune, "What Ms. Richardson does is reclaim and reinvent a show-biz anthem that is as familiar as Hamlet's soliloquy." The theater community agreed, awarding her both a Tony and a Drama Desk Award.

    Tall and coolly elegant, Richardson moved easily between costume drama and contemporary fare. After making her first major film appearance as Mary Shelley in Ken Russell's 1986 film "Gothic," she quickly tackled the title role as the kidnapped American heiress in Paul Schrader's 1988 "Patty Hearst."

    Schrader also cast Richardson opposite Rupert Everett in 1990's "The Comfort of Strangers," about an English couple who visit Venice to sort out their relationship.

    Her varied screen roles ranged from a sexually enslaved woman in 1990's "The Handmaid's Tale," Volker Schlondorff's adaptation of Margaret Atwood's allegorical novel, to half of a separated couple reunited by their twins in Disney's 1998 remake of "The Parent Trap."

    More recently, she joined her mother in the autumnal drama "Evening," where the two played an onscreen mother-daughter pair.

    In January, Richardson and her mother reunited once again to play mother and daughter in a one-night benefit concert version of the Stephen Sondheim musical "A Little Night Music" at Studio 54 in New York, which was expected to lead to a full Broadway production.

    Richardson also collaborated on several projects with Neeson, whom she married in 1994, after an earlier marriage to British producer Robert Fox.

    The couple appeared together onstage in a 1993 Broadway production of Eugene O'Neill's "Anna Christie," for which they both received Tony nominations.

    Neeson and Richardson also shared the screen in 1994's "Nell," in which she co-starred as a psychology student treating a withdrawn young woman played by Jodie Foster.

    Born on May 11, 1963, in London to Vanessa Redgrave and the late director Tony Richardson ("Tom Jones"), Richardson was surrounded by acting royalty from the start.

    Her maternal grandparents, Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, ruled over the British stage and screen from the late 1930s onward.

    Her mother burst on the screen in the early '60s, becoming one of the faces of swinging London in such movies as "Morgan" and "Blowup," while Richardson's aunt Lynn Redgrave ("Georgy Girl") and uncle Corin Redgrave ("A Man for All Seasons") established equally prolific careers of their own. In time, Richardson's sister Joely ("Nip/Tuck") and cousin Jemma Redgrave would join her in the family business.

    Natasha Richardson received her training at London's Central School of Speech and Drama. Onstage, she ranged from "Hamlet" and "A Midsummer Night's Dream" to Tennessee Williams' "A Streetcar Named Desire."

    She played equally varied roles on a series of television productions, including "Suddenly, Last Summer," "Hostages" and "Zelda," in which she played Zelda Fitzgerald.

    After her father died of AIDS in 1991, Richardson took up the cause of fighting the disease. To raise money for amfAR, the Foundation for Aids Research, she recently appeared in an episode of Bravo's "Top Chef," hosting a fund-raiser.

    She is survived by Neeson; their two sons, Michael Richard Antonio and Daniel Jack; her mother; her sister; and a half-sister, Katherine Grimond.

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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    Quote Originally Posted by Sisa View Post
    oh my gosh. YES she was in parent trap and so many great movies, you have most likely seen her in a movie. look here : Natasha Richardson (I)
    She wasn't in the original Parent Trap, she was in the remake right? I was reading that and I was like she wasn't in that movie...
    Oh man, I'm old! LOL!

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    My heart goes out to the loved ones she left behind esp her two sons. They are so young and can't imagine losing your mother at so young an age when they need her guidance...
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    What a tragedy... I could not believe it.

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    It's so sad how such a fun sport can turn out this way. So scary. My prayers go out to her and her family.


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    Default Re: Natasha richardson has died! oh my god!

    She seemed to be a genuine nice person despite her fame. One of those rare actresses who stay down to earth....

    She was delightful in The Parent Trap.
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