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Her sister Natasha Jane Richardson was an English stage and screen actress who died in March 18 2009 due to Epidural hematoma resulting from injuries continued in skiing accident. Joely attended St Paul's Girls' School in Hammersmith and then went on to join Harry Hopman Tennis School before joining the Thacher School based in Ojai, California and then the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art.
She made her film debut in 1985’s Wetherby as Young Jean Travers.
Joely has dated many men in the past and is also criticized for ruining a marriage. After the breakup there were rumors that she was dating director Tim Bevan.
She was previously having an affair with Archie Stirling which caused the wreckage of his marriage to Diana Rigg. The couple went on to get married in 1991 but got a divorce in 2001. She has a well-defined face which attracts many men towards her. Her net worth is estimated to be a total of $ 4 million which is derived from her huge salary coming out of her acting career.
Her father Tony was an Academy Award winning English theatre and film director and producer. She is the granddaughter of Sir Michael Redgrave and Rachel Kempson, Lady Redgrave who are both actors.
She is also half sister of writer-director Carlo Gabriel Nero (born on September 16, 1969) from her mother relationship with Italian actor Franco Nero.Joely attended St Paul's Girl's School, London, England and Pinellas Park High School, Largo, FL.She also went to Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, England.Since then she has been seen in films like King Ralph, Rebecca's Daughters, Sister My Sister, Loch Ness, Under Heaven, The Affair of the Necklace, Anonymous, Anonymous and more.She is noted for her role in television series like Nip/Tuck as Julia Mc Namara, Wallis & Edward as Wallis, Duchess of Windsor and The Tudors as Queen Catherine Parr.
The sexy star, who plays Julia Mc Namara in the hit TV series, has been spotted out on a series of dates with her 27-year-old co-star John Hensley, fuelling speculation that they are an item.