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Jemma Redgrave reading Poems from Guantánamo at the Center for Constitutional Rights in 2007
Born
14 January 1965 (age 56)
London, England
OccupationActress
Years active1988–present
Spouse(s)
(m. 1992; div. 2020)​
Children2
Parent(s)
  • Deirdre Hamilton-Hill
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Jemima Rebecca Redgrave (born 14 January 1965), known as Jemma Redgrave, is a fourth-generation English actress of the Redgrave family. She played the title character in four series of Bramwell, and has a recurring role in Doctor Who as Kate Stewart, Head of Scientific Research at UNIT. As well as a career in television, she has appeared in many onstage productions and on film, including her portrayal of Evie Wilcox in the BAFTA-award-winning Merchant Ivory adaptation of Howards End.

Early life and family[edit]

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Jemma Redgrave, with her father Corin, and aunts, Lynn and Vanessa, at 'Poems from Guantánamo', 2007.

Born in London, she is the daughter of actor Corin Redgrave and his first wife, Deirdre Hamilton-Hill, a former fashion model. They divorced when Jemma was nine. She has a brother, Luke Redgrave, who is a camera operator,[2] and two half-brothers, Arden and Harvey Redgrave. Her mother died in 1997[2] and her father died in 2010.[3]

She is the granddaughter of Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, and the niece of actresses Vanessa Redgrave and Lynn Redgrave, and cousin of Joely Richardson, Carlo Nero and Natasha Richardson. Her step-mother is the actress Kika Markham.

Career[edit]

Education[edit]

As a child, she attended the Godolphin and Latymer school in Hammersmith.[4] She then enrolled at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art[5] at the age of 18.

Stage[edit]

After graduation, Redgrave landed a succession of high-profile stage acting roles: in the 1988 stage production of Strindberg's Easter; in Lady Windermere's Fan in Belfast, Northern Ireland; as Emily in Thornton Wilder's Our Town; as Irina in a 1990 revival of Anton Chekhov's The Three Sisters in London's West End with her aunts Vanessa Redgrave and Lynn Redgrave; in 1993 with Colin Firth in Alexander Griboyedov's Chatsky at the Almeida Theatre, London; and in A Midsummer Night's Dream in 2001 at the Albery Theatre (now the Noël Coward Theatre), London, playing Titania alongside Dawn French as Bottom.

In 2010, she appeared in New York's Public Theater in The Great Game: Afghanistan which featured seven hours of on-stage acting.[6] Redgrave appeared in four of the twelve plays.[7] In 2012, Redgrave appeared alongside Ben Chaplin in Roger Michell's production of Farewell to the Theatre at the Hampstead Theatre, followed by starring roles in Donkeys' Years (2014) and An Ideal Husband (2016).

In 2018, Redgrave appeared in another Roger Michell production, appearing again alongside Ben Chaplin, this time in Joe Penhall's Mood Music at The Old Vic.[8]

Television[edit]

She has appeared in many roles on British television, including leading actor roles as the eponymous Dr. Eleanor Bramwell in four series of ITV's Bramwell and as D.S. Eve Granger in Cold Blood, alongside John Hannah and Matthew Kelly. Redgrave also appeared as Eleanor in Roger Michell's The Buddha of Suburbia: a four-part adaptation of the ground-breaking novel of the same name by Hanif Kureishi and with a soundtrack written and performed specifically for the production by David Bowie.

Other prominent roles have included Francesca Rochester in Judge John Deed and Dee Stanton in Like Father, Like Son. In 2007, she portrayed Lady Bertram in Mansfield Park and Sophie Wall in Waking the Dead, followed by a 2009 appearance in the series, Unforgiven, written by Sally Wainwright. In 2013, she also appeared as Doctor Zoe Evans in the BBC One drama series Frankie.[9]

From 2016 to 2018, Redgrave played former RAMC surgeon, Major Berenice Wolfe, in the popular BBC medical drama Holby City. In 2019, she joined the cast of ITV's Grantchester as Amelia, the mother of the show's lead character, Rev. Will Davenport.[10]

Doctor Who[edit]

In 2012, Jemma became the first (and, as yet, only) member of the Redgrave acting family to appear in Doctor Who, making her first appearance as Kate Stewart, the daughter of The Brigadier (Lethbridge-Stewart) and current Head of Scientific Research at UNIT, in 'The Power of Three' and reprising the role a year later in the 50th anniversary episode 'The Day of the Doctor': a special episode featuring three Doctors (John Hurt, David Tennant and Matt Smith) which was broadcast by the BBC in 94 countries simultaneously and in cinemas worldwide (earning a Guinness World Record for the world's largest ever simulcast of a TV drama).[11]

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Redgrave returned to the role of Kate Stewart in the Doctor Who (series 8) finale 'Death in Heaven', and in the 2015 episodes 'The Magician's Apprentice', 'The Zygon Invasion' and 'The Zygon Inversion', appearing alongside Peter Capaldi’s Twelfth Doctor.

Since 2015, she has also appeared as Kate Stewart as the lead in numerous UNIT audio adventures for Big Finish Productions, working alongside actors such as Ingrid Oliver, Ramon Tikaram, Derek Jacobi and Alex Kingston.[12]

In 2020, Redgrave reprised the role of Kate Stewart onscreen in an official promotional video for Doctor Who: Time Fracture – an immersive Doctor Who experience scheduled to run in London in early 2021. [13]

Personal life[edit]

Redgrave married Tim Owen, a barrister at Matrix Chambers, in 1992. They had a son, Gabriel, in 1994. The couple separated from 1997 to October 1998. They reconciled, however, and had another son, Alfie, in 2000. They divorced in 2020.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

YearTitleRoleDirectorNotes
1988Dream DemonDianaHarley Cokeliss
1992Howards EndEvie WilcoxJames IvoryWinner of Best Film BAFTA (1992). Winner of Cannes Film Festival 45th Anniversary Prize. Nominated for Best Motion Picture at 50th Golden Globe Awards. Nominated for Best Picture at 65th Academy Awards
1993One Night StandKateBill Britten
1994Power and LoversEmilyAldo Lado
1998The Acid HouseJennyPaul McGuigan
2003I'll Be ThereRebecca EdmondsCraig Ferguson
2005LassieDaisyCharles SturridgeNominated for Critics Choice Award at Broadcast Film Critics Association Awards (2007). Nominated for Best Irish Film at Irish Film and Television Awards (2007).
2016Love and FriendshipLady DeCourcyWhit StillmanNominated for Film of the Year at the London Film Critics Circle Awards 2016
2016Chubby FunnyBereaved WomanHarry Michell
2021Barnes' PeopleDr. Rosa HamiltonPeter Barnes

Television[edit]

YearTitleRoleNotes
1988Tales of the UnexpectedViolette CharbonneauEpisode: 'A Time to Die'
1990The Real CharlottePamela DysartTV miniseries
1991All Good ThingsElaine WilsonTV miniseries
PerformanceCaroline CoonEpisode: 'The Trials of Oz'
1993Diana: Her True StoryCarolyn BartholomewTV film
The Buddha of SuburbiaEleanorEpisode: '1.4'
1995–98BramwellDr. Eleanor BramwellMain role (27 episodes)
1998MosleyCimmie CurzonRecurring role (4 episodes)
2000Blue MurderGaleTV film
Cry WolfDr. Jocelyn WolfEpisode: '1.5'
FishJoanna MorganMain role (6 episodes)
Bramwell VDr. Eleanor BramwellTV series
2001High StakesAnna FosterEpisode: 'The Do-Gooders'
Judge John DeedFrancesca RochesterEpisodes: 'Rough Justice', 'Appropriate Response'
2002Episode: 'Nobody's Fool'
The SwapJen Forrester2 episodes
My FamilyDr. ConnorEpisode: 'Shrink Rap'
2004AmnesiaJenna Dean2 episodes
The Inspector Lynley MysteriesGrace FinneganEpisode: 'If Wishes Were Horses'
The GridMI6 Agent Emily TuthillTV miniseries
2005Tom Brown's SchooldaysMary ArnoldTV film
Like Father Like SonDee Stanton2 episodes
Cold BloodEve GrangerTV film
2006LewisTrudi GriffonTV film
2007Waking the DeadSophie WallEpisodes: 'Mask of Sanity: Parts 1 & 2'
Cold Blood 2Eve GrangerTV film
Mansfield ParkLady BertramTV film
The Relief of BelsenJean McFarlaneTV film
Cold BloodEve GrangerEpisodes: 'Interference', 'Dead and Buried'
2008Episode: 'The Last Hurrah'
Agatha Christie's Marple: Murder Is EasyJessie HumblebyTV film
2009UnforgivenRachel BelcombeMain role
2009Heston's FeastsHerselfHeston's Victorian Feast
2010Law & Order: UKHelena MarsdenEpisode: 'Shaken'
2012–15Doctor WhoKate Stewart6 episodes
2013FrankieDr. Zoe EvansMain role (6 episodes)
2014DraculaMinerva WestenraEpisode: 'A Whiff of Sulphur' 'Four Roses'
Inspector George GentlyJennifer BingEpisode: 'Gently With Honour'
2015Churchill: 100 Days That Saved BritainClementine Churchill
2016–18Holby CityBernie WolfeMain role (63 episodes)
2018Midsomer MurdersDr Juno StarlingSeason 20 Episode 3 “Drawing Dead”
2019–20GrantchesterAmelia DavenportRecurring role (5 episodes)
2020Silent WitnessDI Jill Raymond2-part episode – 'Hope'

Theatre credits[edit]

Theatre[edit]

YearTitleRoleTheatreDirector
1986Lady Windermere's FanLady WindermereLyric Theatre, BelfastRichard Digby Day
1986What the Butler SawGeraldineLyric Theatre, BelfastRichard Digby Day
1986Miss JulieMiss JulieUK TourLaurence Boswell
1988Easter (play)EleanoraHaymarket Theatre (Leicester)David Leveaux
1988PanoramaGeraldineKing's Head TheatrePenny Churns
1988School for ScandalLady TeazleBristol Old VicLes Waters
1988An Enemy of the PeoplePetraPlayhouse TheatreDavid Thacker
1990Seven YearsClarissaRoyal Court Theatre
1990Three Sisters (play)IrinaQueen's TheatreRobert Sturua
1991Our TownEmilyShaftesbury TheatreRobert Ackerman
1991As You Like ItRosalindGreenwich TheatreRobert Carson
1992Cyrano de BergeracRoxanneGreenwich TheatreMatthew Francis
1993ChatskySophieAlmeida Theatre & UK TourJonathan Kent
1998Major BarbaraMajor BarbaraPiccadilly TheatrePeter Hall
2001A Midsummer Night's DreamTitaniaNoël Coward TheatreMatthew Francis
2004MisconceptionsLindaUK TourTim Carroll
2008The Cherry OrchardVaryaChichester Festival TheatrePhillip Franks
2009–10The Great Game: AfghanistanVarious rolesTricycle Theatre & Washington/BroadwayIndhu Rubasingham
2012Farewell to the TheatreDorothyHampstead TheatreRoger Michell
2014Donkeys' YearsLady DriverRose Theatre, KingstonLisa Spirling
2014An Ideal HusbandMrs. CheveleyChichester Festival TheatreRachel Kavanaugh
2018Mood Music (play)VanessaThe Old VicRoger Michell
2019Weimar ConnectionsPoesieCadogan Hallwith the Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra
2020Hansard (rehearsed reading)DianaStephen Joseph TheatrePaul Robinson

References[edit]

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  1. ^Gilbert, Gerard (17 November 2013). 'We Weren't Brainwashed'. Independent News.
  2. ^ abLIPTON, MICHAEL A. (24 January 2000). 'Clan Destined'. people.com.
  3. ^Noah, Sherna (7 April 2010). 'Britain's first family of acting mourns loss of its father figure'. Retrieved 23 November 2013.
  4. ^'My Best Teacher – Jemma Redgrave'. tes.com. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  5. ^'Overview for Jemma Redgrave'. Tcm.com. Retrieved 30 June 2013.
  6. ^'Actress Jemma Redgrave, The Great Game: Afghanistan'. Gothamist. Archived from the original on 20 May 2016.
  7. ^Actress Jemma Redgrave hits the New York stage
  8. ^'The Old Vic – Mood Music'. The Old Vic. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  9. ^'Eve Myles to star in new BBC One drama series, Frankie'. BBC. 6 September 2012. Retrieved 22 November 2012.
  10. ^'Jemma Redgrave – Conway Van Gelder Grant'(PDF). Jemma Redgrave CV – Conway Van Gelder Grant. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  11. ^'Guinness World Record for The Day of the Doctor'. Doctor Who. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  12. ^'Big Finish'. Big Finish – UNIT. Retrieved 10 February 2019.
  13. ^https://www.radiotimes.com/news/tv/2020-08-21/doctor-who-time-fracture-kate-stewart/

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External links[edit]

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  • Jemma Redgrave at IMDb
  • 'Jemma Redgrave: 'Grief is like a tsunami', Kate Kellaway, The Guardian, 11 July 2010
  • 'My Perfect Weekend: Jemma Redgrave', The Telegraph, 31 May 2008
  • I Was Terrified of Being on my Own, The Telegraph, 2001
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