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Rebecca Hall

(1982-), Actress; daughter of Sir Peter Hall

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The daughter of film and stage director Sir Peter Hall and opera singer Maria Ewing. She made her stage debut in 2002 in Shaw's Mrs Warren's Profession, winning the Ian Charleson Award. Her cinematic career began with Starter for 10 (2006) and The Prestige (2006). Hall appeared in Woody Allen's Vicky, Cristina, Barcelona (2008), for which she received a Golden Globe nomination. Other film work includes Frost/Nixon (2008) and Dorian Gray (2009). In 2009 she appeared in Sam Mendes's productions of The Cherry Orchard and The Winter's Tale and in 2010-11 she played Viola in the National Theatre production of Twelfth Night.

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Rebecca Hall, by Jason Bell - NPG x133049

Rebecca Hall

by Jason Bell
C-type colour print, 19 May 2009
NPG x133049

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