Joely has appeared in commercials for Lloyds TSB Bank.
Joely likes to play tennis, and was on a tennis team in high school.
Joely was married to Tim Bevan from 1992 until they divorced in 2001.
Joely is the niece of the Tony Award and Academy Award nominated actress Lynn Redgrave.
Joely's first major role was in a television episode of Poirot, the detective show based on Agatha Christie's books, in 1989.
Her height is 5'9" (1.75m).
Joely Richardson left Nip/Tuck after 10 episodes in the 2006 season to take care of her daughter, Daisy, who had become ill.
Her ex-husband Tim Bevan is co-chairman of the hugely successful Working Title, the production company behind Bridget Jones's Diary, Notting Hill and Captain Corelli's Mandolin among others.
In 2004, Joely ranked No.91 in Heat magazine's list of the "Top 100 Beautiful Women".
Originally, Joely Richardson has a British accent, but in Nip/Tuck, she acts by using an American accent.
Joely Richardson appeared as an extra at the age of three in the 1968 version of "The Charge of the Light Brigade" directed by her father.
Her real mother, Vanessa Redgrave, plays the mother of Joely's character on the TV series Nip/Tuck.
Became an Associate Member of RADA.
She often works with her mother, Vanessa Redgrave, in theatrical montages.
Prince Charles was reportedly 'stunned by her sexy outfit,' when he met her at a Royal premiere at London's Leicester Square.
Her father, the late director Tony Richardson, got her roles while she was still studying in drama school.
Despite being part of the Redgrave acting dynasty, she wanted to be a gymnast.
Her daughter is named Daisy, she is born in 1992.
Joely (about Nip/Tuck): You get a little bit jaded even on this show, in that you think 'I don't know if I can be surprised anymore because all the characters are just so extreme, going through extreme situations and emotions every episode.
Joely: You grow up by making mistakes. I've made a ton of them, but as long as I keep on failing better, I don't mind.
Joely: I love weddings but it seems that the couples I know who aren't married stay happier because they never take each other for granted. I would feel scared to sign on the dotted line again.