Rebecca Hall

The daughter of one of England's most acclaimed theater and television directors, actress Rebecca Hall began making her first onscreen appearances in British television while still a child. She honed her craft for the ... Read more »
Born: 05/03/1982 in London, England, GB


Actor (25)

Christine 2016 (Movie)

Christine (Actor)

The BFG 2016 (Movie)

Mary (Actor)

The Dinner 2016 (Movie)

Katelyn Lohman (Actor)

Tumbledown 2016 (Movie)

Hannah Miles (Actor)

The Gift 2015 (Movie)

Robyn (Actor)

A Promise 2014 (Movie)

Lotte Hoffmeister (Actor)

Transcendence 2014 (Movie)

Evelyn Caster (Actor)

Closed Circuit 2013 (Movie)

Claudia Simmons-Howe (Actor)

Iron Man 3 2013 (Movie)

Maya Hansen (Actor)

Parade's End 2012 - 2013 (TV Show)


A Bag of Hammers 2012 (Movie)

Melanie (Actor)

Lay the Favorite 2012 (Movie)

Beth Raymer (Actor)

The Awakening 2012 (Movie)

Florence Cathcart (Actor)

Everything Must Go 2011 (Movie)

Samantha (Actor)

Shameless 2011 (Tv Show)


1974: The Red Riding Trilogy Part 1 2010 (Movie)

Paula Garland (Actor)

Please Give 2010 (Movie)

Rebecca (Actor)

The Town 2010 (Movie)

Claire Keesey (Actor)

Dorian Gray 2009 (Movie)

Emily Wooton (Actor)

Frost/Nixon 2008 (Movie)

Caroline Cushing (Actor)

Vicky Cristina Barcelona 2008 (Movie)

Vicky (Actor)

Joe's Palace 2006 - 2007 (TV Show)


Starter For 10 2007 (Movie)

Rebecca Epstein (Actor)

The Prestige 2006 (Movie)

Sarah Borden (Actor)


The daughter of one of England's most acclaimed theater and television directors, actress Rebecca Hall began making her first onscreen appearances in British television while still a child. She honed her craft for the next decade in a series of award-winning performances on the international stage, before turning to films with supporting roles as willowy, tragic types in "The Prestige" (2006), among other high-profile projects. Hall was then thrust further into the spotlight with a co-starring role as one of two American tourists who fall for a Spanish painter in Woody Allen's sexy comedy "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" (2008). The attention she received allowed Hall a wider array of roles to choose from, though she often preferred to remain in her native England, as she did for her BAFTA-winning performance in "Red Riding: 1974" (Channel 4, 2009). After delivering acclaimed turns in the indie comedy "Please Give" (2010) and Ben Affleck's highly praised crime thriller "The Town" (2010), Hall undoubtedly established herself as a talented leading actress worthy of international attention, appearing in the blockbuster superhero sequel, "Iron Man 3" (2013).


Maria Ewing Actor

Born March 27, 1950

Edward Hall Director

Born Nov. 27, 1966

Peter Hall Director

Born Nov. 22, 1930; founded Royal Shakespeare Company 1960

Lucy Hall Production Coordinator


Christopher Hall Producer

Born March 30, 1957

Jennifer Caron Hall Actor

Born 1958

Sam Mendes Director

Reportedly confirmed relationship 2011

Freddie Stevenson

Acted together in 2003 production of "As You Like It" No longer together


University of Cambridge

Cambridge , England 2000 - 2002
Attended St. Catharine's College for two years before dropping out in 2002

Roedean School



Starred opposite Jason Sudeikis in romantic comedy "Tumbledown"


Starred opposite Jason Bateman in psychological thriller "The Gift"


Starred opposite Johnny Depp in drama "Transcendence"


Supporting role in action hit "Iron Man 3"


Starred in romantic drama "A Promise"


Co-starred in legal drama "Closed Circuit"


Starred opposite Benedict Cumberbatch in HBO miniseries "Parade's End"


Played a Las Vegas cocktail waitress who falls for a married sports gambler (Bruce Willis) in comedy feature "Lay the Favorite," based on memoir by Beth Raymer


Co-starred with Ben Affleck in Boston crime drama "The Town"; film also directed by Affleck


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"


Featured in Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona" opposite Scarlett Johansson


Played Christian Bale's wife in Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige"


Made feature acting debut in film adaptation of David Nicholls' "Starter for 10"


Starred in the title role of Thea Sharrock's revival of D. H. Lawrence's "The Fight For Barbara"


Made professional stage debut as Vivie in her father's production of "Mrs Warren's Profession" at the Strand Theatre in London


Made onscreen debut as Young Sophy on her father Peter Hall's television adaptation of Mary Wesley's "The Camomile Lawn" (Channel Four)

Bonus Trivia


Following her brief stint as a child screen actor, Hall took more than a decade to return to film and television productions.


Hall worked with two actors that have famously portrayed Sherlock Holmes: Benedict Cumberbatch and Robert Downey Jr.


Hall's professional stage debut came in a revival of "Mrs. Warren's Profession" directed by her father, noted stage director Peter Hall; her won the 2002 Sunday Times/National Theatre 'Ian Charleson' Award, for performance in classical roles for British actors and actresses under 30.


With a Detroit-born mother and British father, Hall held dual U.S./U.K. citizenship