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Having worked with many of the industry's most honored talent and treaded the boards in the world's most respected theatres, REBECCA HALL has emerged as a leading talent, challenging herself with each new role.

Hall stars in Nicole Holofcener's dramatic comedy Please Give as Rebecca, a loving and devoted granddaughter at the center of this human story about two families living in NYC.

Hall will next be seen in Julian Jarrold's Red Riding: 1974. The film originally aired on Channel 4 in early 2009, and will be released domestically by IFC Films in February 2010. Rebecca stars opposite Andrew Garfield as Paula Garland, a grieving mother and widow whose life is turned upside down by a gruesome killer.

Hall recently wrapped production on the Warner Bros. and Legendary Pictures' romantic crime thriller The Town, opposite Ben Affleck and Jon Hamm. Affleck directed the film and Graham King is producing. An adaptation of the Chuck Hogan novel Prince of Thieves, the story follows the relationship between a bank manager (Hall), the career criminal (Affleck) who stole more than her heart and the dedicated FBI agent (Hamm) who is trying to bust the crook and his gang.

Hall spent much of 2009 on stage in The Bridge Project, a transatlantic company of actors performing double-billings of classic works in repertory on tour to seven cities around the world, including New York and London. Co-starring opposite Simon Russell Beale, Sinead Cusack, Richard Easton, Josh Hamilton and Ethan Hawke, Hall has garnered critical commendation for her performances as 'Varya' in ―The Cherry Orchard” and 'Hermione' in ―A Winter's Tale." For her performance in "A Winter's Tale", Hall received an Evening Standard Theatre Award nomination.

Hall was seen in Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona alongside Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson and Javier Bardem. For her performance, Hall received Golden Globe, BAFTA Orange Rising Star, London Critics Circle and Gotham Award performance and breakthrough nominations. Additional film credits include Ron Howard's Frost/Nixon; Christopher Nolan's The Prestige, for which she received UK

Empire Award and London Critic's Circle best newcomer nominations; Philip Martin's Einstein and Eddington, Tom Vaughan's Starter for Ten and Oliver Parker's Dorian Gray.

On stage, Hall received wide acclaim for her performance as 'Rosalind' in Sir Peter Hall's production of "As You Like It," which began at the Theatre Royal Bath and was followed by an international tour to multiple destinations between the UK and US. Also at the Theatre Royal Bath, Hall has played the title role in Timberlake Wertenbaker's "Galileo's Daughter" and 'Ann Whitfield' in George Bernard Shaw's epic "Man and Superman," both directed by Sir Peter Hall; and in DH Lawrence's "The Fight For Barbara" and as "Elvira‘ in "Don Juan," both directed by Thea Sharrock, also at the Theatre Royal Bath. For her West End debut as 'Vivie' in "Mrs. Warren's Profession," Hall won the Ian Charleson Award, and garnered a second nomination for her work in "As You Like It."

Television credits include Stephen Poliakoff's Joe's Palace; Brendan Maher's Wide Sargasso Sea; Stuart Orme's Don't Leave Me This Way; and Peter Hall's The Chamomile Lawn.


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