How Natasha Richardson Died: Date of Death, Age of Death, Birthday, and More!
Natasha Richardson reached the not so modest age of 45 years. Find out the cause of death and more exciting information regarding the death of this famous movie actress.
Biography - A Short Wiki
Actress who won a Tony Award for her role in the 1998 Broadway revival of Cabaret and played the sweet mother, Elizabeth James, in the 1998 film The Parent Trap. She also played prominent roles in the films Patty Hearst, Maid in Manhattan and Gothic.
She married Liam Neeson in 1994, and the couple had two sons: Michael in 1995 and Daniel in 1996. Her father was film director Tony Richardson and her mother was actress Vanessa Redgrave.
How did Natasha Richardson die?
Natasha Richardson's death was caused by Traumatic Brain Injury.
|Cause of death||Traumatic Brain Injury|
|Age of death||45 years|
|Birthday||May 11, 1963|
|Death date||March 18, 2009|
|Place of death||N/A|
|Place of burial||N/A|
Part of the reason for moving to New York was the sense that it just didn’t matter how much work I did in England, I continued to be seen simply as a Redgrave. I did feel I could be who I am in New York and we all like to feel appreciated.Natasha Richardson
I’ve played comedy before but not that much. I mostly do get drawn to darker material.Natasha Richardson
I was definitely incredibly close to my dad, in a way that was all-encompassing. I am close to my mum, too, but there were areas that she and I did not share. So his loss to me was huge, personally and professionally. He believed in me, not just as a father, but as a director, and that always meant a lot.Natasha Richardson
I know the pressures of being the daughter of a great actress. But it’s inspiring. You learn so much that other people don’t get to learn until later on. My father being a director, I learnt a real work ethic.Natasha Richardson
The degree that these scenes went to… there was a couple of days I was upset… I’d have to hurry back to the girls in the makeup trailer and have a bit of a cry because it messes with your head.Natasha Richardson