Corin Redgrave has made a remarkable recovery from the near-fatal heart-attack he suffered in June (05), and is considering a return to acting early next year (06).
The 66-year-old acting veteran collapsed during a political speech in support of travellers in Essex, England, but has since made a good recovery - despite still suffering occasional memory lapses.
Redgrave's management company say, "Though we are being very cautious we are looking at maybe the New Year as a target for getting Corin back into doing interviews and maybe considering some work"
Theatre director BILL ALEXANDER says, "Corin seems so much better. His family are rallying around him and I know that he wanted, more than anything to be home around the people he loved."