Natasha Richardson Net Worth

Natasha Richardson Net Worth:

Natasha Richardson Net Worth

$15 Million

Net worth:

$15 Million

Date of birth:

May 11, 1963 – March 18, 2009 (45 Years Old)




5 ft 7in (1.715m)


Actor, Film Producer


United States of America

What was Natasha Richardson’s net worth?

Natasha Richardson, an English actress, and producer, had a net worth over $15 million when she died in 2009. Natasha Richardson was an actress and producer from England. She won a Tony Award in 1998 for playing Sally Bowles in “Cabaret.” In 1993, she received a nomination for Best Performance of a Leading Actress for a Play for her role in “Anna Christie.” Natasha has also appeared on Broadway in “Closer”, 1999, and “A Streetcar Named Desire,” 2005. She was also a part of London productions “Anna Christie” (1993), “The Seagull”, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” (1985), and Hamlet (1985).

Richardson was credited with more than 30 roles, including “Gothic”, “The Handmaid’s Tale”, (1990),” “Nell” (1994), “Widows’ Peak”, (1994), “The Parent Trap”, (1998), and “Maid in Manhattan”. She also had the TV movie “Zelda”, (1993), as well as the television series “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes,” (1985), and “Tales from the Crypt,” (1996). She was also the executive producer and star in “Asylum”, a 2005 film. Unfortunately, Natasha died on March 18, 2009, from an epidural hemorrhage following a skiing accident.

Early Life

Natasha Richardson was the daughter of Natasha Jane Richardson, born May 11, 1963, in Marylebone (London, England). She belonged to the Redgrave acting dynasty. Natasha’s mother was Vanessa Redgrave. She is an actress who won the Academy Award, Golden Globe and BAFTA Awards, Primetime Emmy, and Screen Actors Guild Award. Her father, Tony Richardson, who died in 1991, was a producer and director. Natasha was the sister of actress Joely, as well as two half-siblings: Carlo Gabriel Nero, a screenwriter, and director, and Katharine Grinder Hess. Tony and Vanessa divorced in 1967. In 1968, Natasha, then four years old, had an uncredited part in “The Charge of the Light Brigade,” her first film. It was directed by her father. Richardson was educated at the Lycee Francais Charles de Gaulle and St. Paul’s Girls’ School in London. She then studied at the Central School of Speech and Drama.


Natasha was uncredited in the 1973 film “High Crime” and a decade later she appeared in West Yorkshire Playhouse productions “On the Razzle,” Top Girls, and “Charley’s Aunt” from Leeds. In 1985, she starred alongside her mother in the West End productions of Anton Chekhov’s “The Seagull”. She also starred in “Anna Christie,” her Broadway debut in 1993. Richardson was a star in the 1980s films “Every Picture Tells a Story”, “A Month in the Country”, and “Fat Man and Little Boy.” She also starred in “Anna Christie” (1989) and “Fat Man and Little Boy” (1987). In 1986, Richardson played Mary Shelley in “Gothic,” and the title role in “Patty Hearst” in 1988. Also, she appeared in “Oxbridge Blues”, “Screen Two”, “The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes”, and “Worlds Beyond” (1987). She also played a small part in “Ellis Island,” a CBS miniseries (1984). Natasha played the role of Kate/Offred in the 1990 dystopian film “The Handmaid’s Tale”. Aidan Quinn and Faye Dunaway also starred in the film. She then appeared in “The Comfort of Strangers”, “The Favour, the Watch and the Very Big Fish”, (1990), “The Comfort of Strangers”, (1992), “Past Midnight”, “Nell” (1994), and the “Widows’ peak” (1994). Lindsay Lohan and Dennis Quaid starred together in 1998’s “The Parent Trap,” a film that grossed $92.1million against a budget of $15 million. She also guests starred in “Tales from the Crypt”, 1996.

Richardson portrayed Zelda Fitzgerald in the TNT movie “Zelda” (1993). She also starred in the TV movies, “Hostages”, (1992), and “Suddenly Last Summer,” (1993). She starred in “Blow Dry”, a romantic comedy, with Rachel Griffiths and Josh Hartnett. She also appeared in “Chelsea Walls,” a film directed by Ethan Hawke, and “Haven” on TV. Natasha starred in the Jennifer Lopez/Ralph Fiennes movie “Maid in Manhattan” in 2002. It grossed $154.9 million. She also starred in “Waking Up in Reno”, alongside Charlize Theron, Patrick Swayze, and Billy Bob Thornton. In 2005, she starred alongside her mother, Lynn Redgrave, in “The White Countess,” which was also produced by and starred in. Richardson again starred with her mother in “Evening” in 2007, and she also starred in “Mastersons of Manhattan” on TV. She was also a guest judge on an episode of Top Chef the following year. Her final film appearance was in “Wild Child,” a teen comedy. Natasha was also featured in the posthumous film “The Wildest Dream,” which Neeson narrated.

Personal life

Natasha Richardson Net Worth

Natasha married Robert Fox in December 1990. They divorced in 1992. On December 16, 1990, Natasha married Robert Fox, an “Anna Christie” star and “Nell” actor Liam Neeson. They had two children, Micheal, born in 1995, and Daniel, who was born in 1996. They remained together until Richardson’s passing in 2009. Natasha was a naturalized American citizen and was a supporter of several AIDS charities such as Mothers Voices, Bailey House, and AIDS Crisis Trust. She was an ambassador for National AIDS Trust and sat on AmfAR’s board. In 2009, she received the AmfAR Award of Courage. Richardson became inspired by her father’s 1991 death due to complications from AIDS.

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Natasha, a beginner ski instructor, fell at Mont Tremblant Resort in Quebec on March 16, 2009. Although she initially refused medical attention, she started complaining of severe headaches a few hours later. Richardson was taken to New York City’s Lenox Hill Hospital. Two days later, Richardson died from an epidural hemorrhage at the age of 45. After the sad news was made public, Richardson’s family released a statement saying that “Liam Neeson and his sons and the entire family are shocked by the tragic loss of Natasha.” They are deeply grateful for all the love, support, and prayers, and request privacy during this difficult time. In Richardson’s honor, Broadway lights were turned off on March 19th. London’s West End theatre lights were also dimmed. On March 22nd, a private funeral was held at St. Peter’s Episcopal Church Millbrook. Natasha was laid to rest in the churchyard next to her grandmother’s grave.

Nominations and Awards

Richardson was nominated for a Grammy in 2001 for Best Spoken Word Album. Evening Standard British Film Awards in 2001 for Best Actress, “The Comfort of Strangers”, and “The Handmaid’s Tale” respectively in 1991 and 2006. “Asylum,” in 2006, was her nomination. Natasha won the Best Actress award at the Karlovy Vary International Movie Festival 1994 for “Widows Peak”. In 1995, she was nominated for a CableACE Award nomination as Actress in a Movie or Miniseries. She was nominated for a British Independent Film Award for Best Actress for her role in “Asylum” in 2005. Richardson was awarded a Theatre World Award in 2005 for her work on stage. She also received a Drama Desk Award in 2005 for Outstanding Actress for a Musical for “Cabaret.” She was also awarded three Outer Critics Circle Awards, including Outstanding Debut Performance for Anna Christie, Outstanding Actress in Musicals for “Cabaret” and a Special Award to “Closer”.

Real Estate

Richardson and Neeson purchased a Central Park West apartment for $1.4 million in 1994. Liam then sold the property for $1.352million in 2010. The couple lived on a 37-acre estate in Millbrook, New York at the time of Natasha’s death. This was the property Liam bought shortly before Natasha died.

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