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As the adulterous Anna (played in the 2004 film version by Julia Roberts), Richardson received a Drama Desk nod for featured actress in a play but lost to her co-star Anna Friel.
In what was to be her final role, Richardson starred as Blanche Du Bois opposite John C.
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Richardson's soon-to-be husband Liam Neeson made his Broadway debut opposite her in "Anna Christie." He too was nominated for a Tony Award, losing the lead actor in a play race to Ron Liebman for "Angels in America: Millennium Approaches." However, the play did win the Tony for best revival.
Five years later, Natasha Richardson would win a Tony for doing the seemingly impossible and making audiences forget Liza Minnelli's 1972 Oscar-winning performance in "Cabaret." As the defiant Sally Bowles, the actress was front and center in this reimagining of the 1967 best musical Tony champ.
Richardson appeared twice more in a Broadway production.
In 1999, she was in the four-hander "Closer" by Patrick Marber.