|Lay the Favorite||2012||Actor||Beth Raymer||20127|
|A Promise||2014||Actor||Lotte Hoffmeister||20147|
|The Awakening||2012||Actor||Florence Cathcart||20127|
|Untitled (Blumhouse/Joel Edgerton Project)||2015||Actor||n/a||20157|
|Closed Circuit||2013||Actor||Claudia Simmons-Howe||20137|
|Starter For 10||2007||Actor||Rebecca Epstein||20077|
|Parade's End||2013 2012 - 2013||Actor||Sylvia||20137|
|1974: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 1||2010||Actor||Paula Garland||20107|
|Everything Must Go||2011||Actor||Samantha||20117|
|Dorian Gray||2009||Actor||Emily Wooton||20097|
|The Town||2010||Actor||Claire Keesey||20107|
|A Bag of Hammers||2012||Actor||Melanie||20127|
|The Tale of Mrs. Tiggy-Winkle and Mr. Jeremy Fisher||Actor||Lucie (voice)||7|
|Joe's Palace||2007 2006 - 2007||Actor||Tina||20077|
|Vicky Cristina Barcelona||2008||Actor||Vicky||20087|
|Iron Man 3||2013||Actor||Maya Hansen||20137|
|The Prestige||2006||Actor||Sarah Borden||20067|
|Co-starred with Ben Affleck in Boston crime drama "The Town"; film also directed by Affleck|
|Made feature acting debut in film adaptation of David Nicholls' "Starter for 10"|
|Played Christian Bale's wife in Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige"; appeared opposite Scarlett Johansson|
|Featured in Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona"; again collaborated with Johansson; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress|
|Played a Las Vegas cocktail waitress who falls for a married sports gambler (Bruce Willis) in comedy feature "Lay the Favorite"; film based on memoir by Beth Raymer|
|Made professional stage debut as Vivie in her father's production of "Mrs Warren's Profession" at the Strand Theatre in London|
|Starred in the title role of Thea Sharrock's revival of D. H. Lawrence's "The Fight For Barbara"|
|Co-starred with Will Ferrell in "Everything Must Go"|
|Played David Frost's girlfriend in Ron Howard's film adaption of Peter Morgan's "Frost/Nixon"|
|Made onscreen debut as Young Sophy on her father Peter Hall's television adaptation of Mary Wesley's "The Camomile Lawn" (Channel Four)|
|Maria Ewing||Mother||Born March 27, 1950|
|Edward Hall||Half-Brother||Born Nov. 27, 1966|
|Peter Hall||Father||Born Nov. 22, 1930; founded Royal Shakespeare Company 1960|
|Christopher Hall||Half-Brother||Born March 30, 1957|
|Jennifer Caron Hall||Half-Sister||Born 1958|
|Sam Mendes||Companion||Reportedly confirmed relationship 2011|
|Freddie Stevenson||Companion||Acted together in 2003 production of "As You Like It"; No longer together|
|University of Cambridge|
|On nudity: "If it's right for the material, I think it's right. I'm strangely un-prudish about it...You just have to have a sense of humour about it." -- from GQ, Nov. 9, 2011|
|Following her brief stint as a child screen actor, Hall took more than a decade to return to film and television productions.|
|Hall has worked with two actors that have famously portrayed Sherlock Holmes: Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Downey Jr.|
|"I can’t remember a time when I didn’t want to be an actor. It has just always been an inevitability on some level." -- from W. Magazine, August 2010|
|"The irony is that I’ve never really been an ingenue. Even though I’ve been working since I was eight, I stopped for a long time and started working again when I was 20. I’ve always played parts that are 28, 29, 30 years old." -- from W. Magazine, August 2010|
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