Rebecca Maria Hall is an English actress.
Rebecca was born on May 3, 1982, in London, UK. Her father, Peter Hall was a stage director and founder of Royal Shakespeare Company. Her father is English while her mother Maria Ewing who was also an actress, is of Scottish, Dutch, African, Sioux origin American. She was still young when her parents got divorced in 1990. Her five half-siblings, including Edward Hall, a theatre director, Christopher Hall who is a veteran TV drama producer, theatre designer Lucy Hall, and writer/painter, Jennifer Caron Hall.
Hall has gone to Roedean School and became head girl. She studied English Literature at St Catharine’s College, Cambridge, but dropped out just before her final year in 2002. She was active in the student theatre scene at Cambridge.
Rebecca Hall debuted her first appearance at the age of 10 in the television adaptation of The Camomile Lawn, directed by her father Peter Hall in 1992. Also, her professional stage debut came in her father’s production of Mrs. Warren’s Profession.
Hall’s film debut came in the film adaptation of David Nicholls’s Starter for Ten in 2006 as Rebecca Epstein.
Some of her acting credits include Stephen Poliakoff’s Joe’s Palace in 2007, Wide Sargasso Sea and Rubberheart. Hall’s fame grew in Hollywood after she appeared in Woody Allen’s film Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008).
She Starred in Ron Howard’s historical drama Frost/Nixon in 2008. The next year she appeared in the British fantasy horror film Dorian Gray. She is also the part of 2020’s new movie, Godzilla vs Kong depicting king kong against Godzilla.
Hall nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Motion Picture Musical or Comedy.
Rebecca Hall married her co-star Morgan Spector in 2015. They met during a Broadway production the previous year. Hall gave birth to her first child in 2018 but the gender, name, and Birthdate of her child were not announced. Prior to this, she had been in a relationship with director Sam Mendes.
Rebecca Hall’s net worth is $7 Million.
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