To celebrate this year’s Red Nose Day we’ve compiled a list that honours the cinema’s best red heads. We’ve picked ten actors and actresses who have a mane of fire and huge talent to boot and celebrate their career highs and lows…

10.Amy Adams
Amy first appeared on our screens in 1999 film Drop Dead Gorgeous and since then has starred in over 25 big screen releases. After her recent turn in the Oscar nominated The Fighter, there will be more to come from Amy in the future.
Career highs: Junebug, Enchanted, The Fighter.
Career lows: Cruel Intentions 2, Leap Year.

9. Geena Davis
Geena Davis has been on our screens since 1982 when she starred in Tootsie with Dustin Hoffman. With a varied career in film, she is best known Thelma and Louise, starring another of our red heads, Susan Surandon. This film propelled Davis into stardom.
Career highs: Thelma and Louise, Beetlejuice.
Career lows: Cutthroat Island, Earth Girls Are Easy, The Long Kiss Goodnight.

8. Philip Seymour Hoffman
After starting his career on stage and moving on TV series Law and Order, Hoffman’s film career began with bit parts in some major motion pictures. After appearances in films like Twister, Boogie Nights and When a Man Loves a Woman, Hoffman then scored the lead the screen in the 2005’s Capote.
Career highs: Capote, Mission Impossible 3, Doubt.
Career lows: Leap of Faith.

7. Julianne Moore
With a film career that started with early nineties thriller The Hand that Rocks the Cradle, Moore has starred in over 47 films. She has such a warm personality on screen that each role is mesmerizing.
Career highs: Boogie Nights, The Kids are Alright, A Single Man.
Career lows: Nine Months, Evolution, Assassins.

6. William H. Macy
Beginning his career in the theatre, Macy started not one but two theatre companies with David Mamet. His first big screen role was in Fargo and since then Macy has built one of the most respected CV’s in film.
Career highs: Fargo, Boogie Nights, Magnolia.
Career lows: Down Periscope, Maramaduke.

5. Bette Midler
The Divine Miss M, as she is often known within the business, is one of the very few who has made being both a singer and an actress a success. Her first album was released in 1972 and her first feature film, Down and Out in Beverley Hills in 1986 after several TV movies and bit parts. Arguably her best known performance came in the guise of CC Bloom in 1988’s Beaches.
Career highs: Beaches, Rutheless People, Big Business.
Career lows: The Women.

4. Susan Sarandon
A fiery red head who is known for her acting almost as much as she is for her political views and involvement, Sarandon is a keen supporter of several charities. After appearing as Janet in 1975’s The Rocky Horror Picture Show, Sarandon then went on to star in severals films until her biggest break came in 1991 with Thelma and Louise, catapulting Sarandon in the big leagues.
Career highs: Thelma and Louise, The Client, Lorenzo’s Oil.
Career lows: The Banger Sisters, Wall Street 2: Money Never Sleeps.

3. Shirley MacLaine
MacLaine’s long and established career in Hollywood began at the age of 21 with TV films and bit parts, until 1960’s The Apartment. Musical drama Sweet Charity affirmed MacLaine as a star in 1969. She is highly regarded, comical and beautiful. Even now, as she approaches 77, she still lights up the screen.
Career highs: Terms of Endearment, Sweet Charity, Guarding Tess.
Career lows: Valentines Day, Bewitched.

2. Nicole Kidman
After being Mrs. Cruise for eleven years since their romance was ignited in 1990’s Days of Thunder, Nicole Kidman has created a great career in film. Since that first Box Office hit, Kidman has starred in 32 big screen releases. A versatile actress she eases into romance, adventure, action, comedy and thriller films. She has also treaded the boards on Broadway.
Career highs: To Die For, The Hours, Moulin Rouge.
Career lows: Bewitched, Australia, The Stepford Wives.

1. Robert Redford
Redford will always remain a complete old school Hollywood leading man. With a career spanning over four decades he has graced the silver screen with charm, charamisa and, above all, talent. He is known for many classic films; Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Sting and The Great Gatsby to name but a few. He has wooed some of the biggest actresses in Hollywood on screen and melted the hearts of women across the globe.
Career highs: Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Sting, The Way We Were.
Career lows: Lions for Lambs, Legal Eagles.

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  1. Great article 🙂 but what about Ginger the cat from Breakfast at Tiffany's? That cat won awards!