Famous Redheads


AE3803, a red blood cell, is crucial in maintaining the body’s functioning. Her charming red locks and playful nature make her a delightful character to follow.

Mary Magdalene

In art, Mary Magdalene is often depicted with vibrant red locks, symbolizing her sinful desires. She joins a long list of women portrayed as redheads.

Lucille Ball

Lucille Ball, an iconic actress, is known for her red hair. She gained fame through roles like “I Love Lucy” and founded the Desilu production company. At just 22 years old, she participated in a fundraiser for President Franklin D. Roosevelt, showcasing her early success.

Lindsay Lohan

After a period of absence, Lindsay Lohan returned to the red carpet for Netflix’s “Falling for Christmas.” Her bright red locks, bronze smoky eyes, and sleek ponytail highlighted her continued elegance. Lohan is an actress, an entrepreneur, designer, and owner of a beach club in Greece, along with running a famous beauty line.

Jayma Mays

Hailing from Southwest Virginia, Jayma Mays possesses a natural beauty that many Hollywood actors lack. She is best known for her role as Emma Pillsbury on the Fox musical series “Glee,” along with appearances in “Heroes” and “Ugly Betty.” Mays’ light copper-colored locks always look stunning, whether in soft flicks or an updo.

Helena Bonham Carter

Helena Bonham Carter, an English actress, is known for her dramatic style that suits roles in period films. She debuted on television with “A Pattern of Roses” in 1983 and later appeared in “Lady Jane” in 1985. Bonham Carter solidified her status as one of Hollywood’s premier actresses through roles in Merchant-Ivory productions, “Fight Club,” “Howards End,” “Alice in Wonderland,” and collaborations with director Tim Burton.

Sarah Jessica Parker

Sarah Jessica Parker grew up in poverty and used dance and acting gigs to support her family. Her breakthrough in the film industry came with her role as Patty Green on the sitcom “Square Pegs” in 1982. Parker went on to star in movies like “L.A. Story,” “Miami Rhapsody,” and “Hocus Pocus,” which cemented her place in pop culture history.

Kirsten Dunst

With roles in “New York Stories” and “Bonfire of the Vanities,” Kirsten Dunst had already proved herself a talented actress. However, her breakout performance came in “Interview with the Vampire,” where she impressed critics with her ability to portray great age despite her youthful appearance. Dunst later appeared in romantic leads in Hollywood films like “Wimbledon” and “Elizabethtown,” as well as in movies such as “Melancholia” and “On the Road.”

Lily James

Lily James first gained fame as Lady Rose MacClare on “Downton Abbey,” but her breakout role came as Cinderella in Disney’s live-action adaptation. She has since appeared in various films such as “Baby Driver,” “Darkest Hour,” and “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again.” Her look for events takes inspiration from classic Hollywood and ’90s glamour.

Rachel McAdams

Rachel McAdams, originally from St. Thomas, Ontario, had an early start in competitive figure skating. Her film career began with independent projects like “Married Life” and “The Lucky Ones,” but she gained critical acclaim for films such as “State of Play,” “The Time Traveler’s Wife,” and “Sherlock Holmes.” McAdams also appeared in mainstream studio movies like “Morning Glory” and “Midnight in Paris.”

Emma Stone

Academy Award-winner Emma Stone has appeared in acclaimed films such as “Crazy, Stupid, Love.” and portrayed Gwen Stacy in “The Amazing Spider-Man.” In 2018, she co-starred in the period drama “The Favourite.” Stone’s appearance at an event showcased old Hollywood glamour with her dark brown hair styled in sleek curls and a deep burgundy lip color.