Rebecca Hall was born on May 19, 1982, in England. Her father, Sir Peter Hall, is a famous theatre director. Her acting career began at an early age.
In 1992, Rebecca was featured in "The Camomile Lawn". It was her first television appearance. Next, in the year 2000, Rebecca appeared in "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf", a stage production by Cambridge. After this, her father gave her a spot on the West End play "Mrs Warren's Profession" in a lead role as Vivie. Her performance in the play earned her the Ian Charleson Award.
Rebecca appeared in two more of her father's plays, "As You Like It" and "The Fight for Barbara". She was nominated for the Ian Charleson Award for her performance in "As You Like It". Next, in 2004, she was seen in two stage productions, "Galileo's Daughter" and "M
an and Superman". Both the plays received good responses.
Rebecca now shifted her attention to acting in movies. In 2005, she was cast in the movie "Starter for Ten". The same year, she got the chance for acting in the movie "The Prestige". It went on to be nominated in the Oscar that year and Rebecca got awards for the Best Newcomer from the London Critics Circle Film Awards and the Empire Awards.
Her next movies were Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona", a huge success, and "Frost/Nixon". She is also scheduled to act in the movies "Nineteen Eighty-Three" and "Dorian Gray".
Why is she famous?
Rebecca Hall is famous as an actress who won awards for acting in the movies The Prestige and Vicky Cristina Barcelona.
Here is one of her famous quotes:
"Coming from parents who are in the public eye, I learned early on not to take it all too seriously. I am not going to get completely self-obsessed and wrapped up in it all."
- Rebecca Hall
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