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Richardson's first marriage was to filmmaker Robert Fox, whom she had met in 1985, during the making of Anton Chekhov's The Seagull; they were married from 1990 to 1992.
Richardson had two sons with Neeson: Micheál (born 1995) and Daniel (born 1996).
She won the Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actress in a Musical, the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Actress in a Musical, and the Outer Critics Circle Award for her performance as Sally Bowles in the 1998 Broadway revival of Cabaret.
Richardson died on 18 March 2009 from an epidural hematoma after hitting her head in a skiing accident in Quebec, Canada.
The following year she starred with Kenneth Branagh and Colin Firth in A Month in the Country, directed by Pat O'Connor.
Director Paul Schrader signed her for the title role in Patty Hearst, his 1988 docudrama about the heiress and her kidnapping.
She later starred as Mary Shelley in the 1986 film Gothic, a fictionalised account of the author's creation of Frankenstein.
Richardson helped raise millions of dollars in the fight against AIDS; her father Tony Richardson had died of AIDS-related causes in 1991.
Richardson was actively involved in Amf AR; she became a board member in 2006, and participated in many other AIDS charities, including Bailey House, God's Love We Deliver, Mothers' Voices, AIDS Crisis Trust, and National AIDS Trust, for which she was an ambassador.
During the last week of January 2009, she recorded her offscreen role of the wife of climber George Mallory, who disappeared while climbing Mount Everest during a 1924 expedition, in the 2010 documentary film The Wildest Dream, for which Liam Neeson provided narration.
Director Anthony Geffen described listening to the film since her death as "harrowing".
Richardson received amf AR's Award of Courage in November 2000.