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REBECCA HALL (Evelyn Caster) has emerged as a leading talent of the stage and screen, having worked with many of the industry's most honored artists and trod the boards of some of the world's most renowned theatres.

She is currently in production on Sean Mewshaw's "Tumbledown," in which she stars opposite Jason Sudeikis. Hall plays a woman struggling to move on with her life after the death of her husband. Upcoming, Hall will also be seen in Patrice Leconte's "A Promise," which is adapted from Stefan Zweig's novel Journey into the Past. The independent romantic drama, set in Germany just before World War I, will be released on April 18, 2014.

Hall most recently made her Broadway debut in the Roundabout Theatre Company's "Machinal," directed by Lyndsey Turner. Inspired by the infamous 1927 murder trial of Ruth Snyder, the play was written by journalist and playwright Sophie Treadwell.

On screen, Hall received critical acclaim for her starring role in Woody Allen's "Vicky Cristina Barcelona," alongside Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson and Javier Bardem. For her performance, she received Golden Globe, BAFTA Orange Rising Star, London Critics Circle and Gotham Award nominations in the performance and breakthrough categories.

Her additional film credits include John Crowley's "Closed Circuit"; Shane Black's "Iron Man 3"; Stephen Frears' "Lay the Favorite"; Nick Murphy's "The Awakening," for which she earned a British Independent Film Award Nomination for Best Actress; Ben Affleck's "The Town," which received the 2010 National Board of Review Award for Best Ensemble; "Everything Must Go"; Nicole Holofcener's "Please Give," for which the cast and filmmakers were honored with the Independent Spirit Robert Altman Award and a Gotham Independent Film Award nomination for Best Ensemble Performance; Oliver Parker's "Dorian Gray"; Ron Howard's "Frost/Nixon"; for which she shared in a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination for Outstanding Cast Performance; Christopher Nolan's "The Prestige," for which she received UK Empire Award and London Critics Circle Award nominations for Best Newcomer; and Tom Vaughan's "Starter for 10," which marked her feature film debut.

In 2012, Hall was seen in Susanna White's miniseries "Parade's End," for which she won a Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Actress, as well as receiving a BAFTA TV Award nomination for Leading Actress, and a Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Actress in a Movie or Miniseries. Her additional television credits include Julian Jarrold's "Red Riding: 1974," for which she received a BAFTA TV Award for Best Supporting Actress; Philip Martin's "Einstein and Eddington"; 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 Camomile Lawn."

On stage, Hall received an Ian Charleson Award for her West End portrayal of Vivie in "Mrs. Warren's Profession." The following year, she went on to be recognized with an Ian Charleson Special Commendation Award for her portrayal of Rosalind in "As You Like It," which opened at the Theatre Royal Bath and later toured in both the UK and U.S. Her appearances at the Theatre Royal Bath also include the title role in "Galileo's Daughter" and the part of Ann Whitfield in George Bernard Shaw's "Man and Superman." She also appeared in "Don Juan" and D.H. Lawrence's "The Fight for Barbara."

More recently on the London stage, she portrayed Viola in "Twelfth Night," at the National Theatre in London. Additionally, she played Varya in "The Cherry Orchard" and Hermione in "A Winter's Tale," receiving an Evening Standard Theatre Award nomination and another Ian Charleson Special Commendation Award for the latter. Both plays were part of The Bridge Project, a transatlantic company of actors performing on tour in seven cities around the world.

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