This redhead is both a talented actress and an author. She’s one of these actresses who are mostly cast to play the quirky characters. Judy is known to many for her role as Kitty Sanchez in “Arrested Development.”
Born in Detroit in 1975 as Judith Therese Evans, she started off her career in small roles in big films like the 2000s “What Women Want.” Her first book, “I Don’t Know What You Know Me From: Confessions of a Co-Star”, was published in 2014. She looks like was made to be red, but her true color is actually light brown.
The amazing actress was born in Boston in 1967. She got big when she landed herself a role in NBC’s football drama "Friday Night Lights."
From there, Connie went on to star in the popular drama "Nashville." Connie was perfect as a country star who has lost her fame. In fact, she was so good that she got herself two Emmy nominations and a Golden Globe nomination. Another notable project she's been involved in was 2021's "The White Lotus." According to her, her natural hair color is mousy brown.
A Chicago native, Gillian Anderson is best known for starring in the long-running Science Fiction series "The X-Files" playing Dana Scully. Besides appearing in the hit Fox show, Gillian has participated in many movies such as the elegant adaptation of Edith Wharton’s novel "The House of Mirth."
In 2019, she played the part of Jean in "Sex Education." While you've seen her both as a redhead and as a blonde, in reality, she's a brunette.
This Australian redhead has been turning heads ever since she can remember herself. You probably know her from the HBO hit show, "Succession." Her film career started in 2010 with a few short films and then in major Australian films such as "Not Suitable for Children" in 2012.
Her short but impressive acting resume includes roles in "Steve Jobs" and "The Master Builder." She also starred in the six-part ABC miniseries "The Beautiful Lie." We couldn't confirm it, but our gut tells us this one was born a redhead.
There's no possible way to compile a list of redheads without including Lindsay Lohan. Since she grew up in the public eye, we all know almost everything about her, and we all especially remember her very public mistakes.
She kicked off her career in a big way with the successful Disney film "The Parent Trap" in 1998 and became a household name after starring in 2004’s hit "Mean Girls." Just like many other child stars, she's had a rough time as an adult, and we get it, girl! Still, one thing has stayed the same for her ever since she was a child, the hair that grows out of her head is red.