Actress Lynn Redgrave, mainly known for movies, but who began booking frequent television roles in recent years, died Sunday in Connecticut at 67 after a seven-year fight with breast cancer, the BBC reports.
Redgrave was an Oscar-nominated actress, receiving the nods for her roles in 1998’s "Gods and Monsters," and 1966’s "Georgy Girl." She won Golden Globes for both of those films.
Redgrave had several television roles in the last five years, with appearances on "Ugly Betty," "Law & Order: Criminal Intent," and "Desperate Housewives." She also achieved fame as the spokesperson for Weight Watchers, having done TV commercials and advertising for the company.