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Rebecca Hall
Born:May 3, 1982
Birthplace:London, United Kingdom
Rebecca Hall is a British-American actress. She has acted in dozens of movies, plays, and TV shows, racking up several awards and nominations for her performances.

Early Life
Rebecca Marie Hall was born on 3 May 1982 in London, England. Her father is Peter Hall, a legendary British stage director, who founded the Royal Shakespeare Company, and her mother is the American opera singer Maria Ewing. The two split when Rebecca Hall was extremely young, and finalized their divorce in 1990. Hall has two half-brothers and three half-sisters, all of whom, like her, are working in the entertainment industry. She appeared in her father`s television adaptation of Mary Wesley`s novel The Camomile Lawn in 1992.

While studying at Roedean School, Hall became the head girl. On graduating from school, she joined St. Catherine`s College, Cambridge, to pursue a degree in English Literature. She founded a theater company during college and dropped out before starting her final year.

Personal Life
Rebecca Hall and As You Like It co-star Freddie Stevenson started seeing each other in 2003. The two, however, broke it off in 2004.

Director Sam Mendes and Rebecca Hall began dating in 2010. Their relationship is rumored to be one of the reasons for Mendes and actress Kate Winslet`s separation, which took place that very year; although their divorce was settled the following year. Mendes and Rebecca Hall called quits on their relationship in 2015.

On 26 September 2015, Rebecca Hall got married to Morgan Spector, her Broadway play Machinal co-star.

Movie Career
After appearing in numerous plays, Rebecca Hall made her debut in 2006, with the British comedy-drama Starter for Ten. The actress then shot to prominence with a role in Christopher Nolan`s legendary film The Prestige. She followed it up with a stunning performance in the Woody Allen movie Vicky Cristina Barcelona. Rebecca Hall`s portrayal of the character Vicky was lauded by fans and critics and the actress was nominated for a Golden Globe Award.

The year 2008 saw her appear in the hit political thriller, Frost/Nixon. Two years later, she was seen in the critically acclaimed crime drama The Town. In 2013, Rebecca Hall appeared in the Marvel blockbuster Iron Man 3, starring Robert Downey Jr. That year also saw her make her Broadway debut with the play Machinal. After acting in a series of sub-par movies like Closed Circuits and the Johnny Depp-starrer Transcendence, the actress was seen in the popular rom-com Tumbletown, opposite Jason Sudeikis. In 2015, Hall acted in the critically acclaimed American-Australian psychological thriller The Gift, also starring Jason Bateman and Joel Edgerton, who also directed the film. Rebecca Hall acted in Steven Spielberg`s adventure film The BFG, in the year 2016. Her other projects include The Dinner (2017), Professor Marston and the Wonder Women (2017), Teen Spirit (2018), Holmes & Watson (2018), The Night House (2018), Passing (2021) and Godzilla vs. Kong (2021).

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Personal Quotes (12)

  • "Whenever I'm in theatre situations I will go out of my way not to talk about my father, but in the film world I can be really proud of my family and say, 'You know what: my dad's a really, really famous theatre director,' because nobody has any idea."
  • "If you imagine yourself to be someone who is very uncomfortable in their own skin, then it does funny things to your voice."
  • "I think for a long time it seemed like working in an art form and being a feminist meant portraying women in a perfect, angelic light. And there's nothing feminist about that."
  • "I love being able to express myself through what I wear - and for it to be a way of expressing uniqueness and individuality."
  • "We can't constantly tell stories of heroes. We have to hear the other stories, too, about people in dire straits who make bad choices."
  • "I would say that maybe directors who act as well are easier with actors. I'm not saying that all directors have this, but sometimes you'll come across a director who sort of looks at an actor a bit like a kind of untrained horse that's been let out of the stable, like they might buck him."
  • "One of the great things about the 'Iron Man' franchise is that they employ fascinating actors who don't necessarily do action movies. Before 'Iron Man' you didn't associate Robert Downey, Jr. and Gwyneth Paltrow with those kinds of films. There's an emphasis on repartee and wit."
  • "I think that female roles, they can be victims, they can be sympathetic, they can be in pain, they can be in suffering - but they can't be ugly. I think there's so much fear surrounding that, that it makes a film unlikeable, that it won't sell."
  • "I'm a very private person. I barely tell my friends what's going on half the time, so the idea that I should then talk to the world about what is going on seems anathema to me. People can say what they want. I'm not going to change anyone's mind."
  • "There are a lot of movies about misfits that are quite cool, that kind of glamorize it on some level. I think there are fewer films, certainly with a lady at the center, about the agony of what it's like to feel like you're not accepted, and you're different, and somehow you're weird."
  • "When you work with filmmakers, and it's their first film, there's an exuberance and optimism, which is quite... There's no room for being jaded. Thinking that you know it all."
  • "I think it's a bit short-sighted to play any character and not explore, in some respects, the way they act when things get really bad."
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