On the day we filmed the scene, a bee stung me. I screamed and cried so much they called a doctor, and my father said, "It can't hurt that badly!" But it wasn't the pain that upset me, it was the thought that I mightn't be in the film. Already the little professional.
Natasha Richardson (b. 1963), British actress. As quoted in the New York Times Magazine, p. 44 (June 6, 1993).
Describing an incident that occurred to her at age four, when she was to appear in a scene in the movie, The Charge of the Light Brigade. Her father was Tony Richardson (1928- 1991), a movie producer. Related to the Redgrave family on her mother's side, Richardson was the great-granddaughter, granddaughter, daughter, sister, niece, cousin, and—more recently—wife of actors.