Vanessa Redgrave is an English actress. She started her acting career in the 1950s, debuting in the 1958 film Behind the Mask. During the ’60s, she portrayed Anne Boleyn in A Man For All Seasons and Guinevere in Camelot. She later played lead role Isadora Duncan in the film Isadora. She also starred in the film Blowup. The following decade, she portrayed Mary, Queen of Scots in the film Mary, Queen of Scots. After more roles, she starred as Agatha Christie in the movie Agatha. Her performance in the 1977 film Julia earned her an Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress. In the next several years, Redgrave continued acting prolifically on the screen. She starred in the films Mission: Impossible, Wilde, Girl, Interrupted, Atonement, and portrayed Madeleine Rees in The Whistleblower. Her most recent performances were in Georgetown and Mrs Lowry & Son. She also starred as Dr. Helen Hartramph in the ABC series Black Box.