Anatomy of a Career: Rebecca Hall

Name: Rebecca Maria Hall
Born: May 3, 1982
Birth Place: London, England, UK
Parents: Peter Hall & Maria Ewing
Siblings*: Christopher Hall, Edward Hall, Jennifer Caron Hall, Lucy Hall
Height: 5’9”
Active Years: ‘92-’93, ‘06-Present
Awards: 1 Golden Globe Nomination

 

Filmography (I‘ve Seen):

  • The Camomile Lawn (‘92) [TV Mini-Series]
  • Starter For 10 (‘06)
  • Wide Sargasso Sea (‘06) [TV Movie]
  • The Prestige (‘06)
  • Vicky Cristina Barcelona (‘08)
  • Frost/Nixon (‘08)
  • Dorian Gray (‘09)
  • Please Give (‘10)
  • The Town (‘10)
  • Everything Must Go (’10)
 

Full Filmography

 

Her Background:
After starting her career in the 1992 TV mini-series “The Camomile Lawn” directed by her father Peter Hall, she chose to not become a child actor after only appearing in the TV movie “Don’t Leave Me This Way”. During what would be almost a decade before the world would see her, I presume she lived a normal childhood while watching her parents work in their respected fields and possibly acted in school productions. In 2002 after studying English for 2 years at Cambridge University she made her professional stage debut in her father’s production of “Mrs. Warren’s Profession” which re-launched her professional acting career. She would later make her feature film debut in the 2006 film “Starter For 10” that also starred James McAvoy and Alice Eve.

 

To Learn More About Rebecca Hall, check out IMDb and Wikipedia (make sure it has a source) and if all else fails Google her.

 

My thoughts to come later.

*In The Entertainment Industry

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