Michael Redgrave was originally a teacher by profession, but changed to
acting in the mid 30s, his first uncredited role being in Hitchcock's
Secret Agent. In his next film The Lady Vanishes he had top
billing with Margaret Lockwood. He was in many excellent wartime movies and
won Best Actor Oscar for The Browning Version in 1951. Three of his children
also became reknowned actors.
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