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THE GIRL ON THE TRAIN

Stunning, Golden Globe Award nominated European actress REBECCA FERGUSON (Anna) first caught the attention of international audiences playing the iconic Queen Elizabeth in the hit BBC One/Starz series The White Queen. For her performance, she was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Performance by an Actress in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television. The months that followed established her as an actress to watch.

Ferguson is currently filming the Skydance Productions sci-fi thriller Life alongside Ryan Reynolds. The story follows the crew of the international space station who, after retrieving a sample from Mars, discover that it displays signs of life, and proves to be more intelligent than expected.

Ferguson recently wrapped production on Tomas Alfredson's The Snowman alongside Michael Fassbender and Charlotte Gainsbourg. The film follows the disappearance of a woman whose pink scarf is found wrapped around an ominous-looking snowman and is set for release in October 2017.

She was last seen in the role of Kathleen in Stephen Frears' Florence Foster Jenkins, which also starred Meryl Streep and Hugh Grant. Written by Nicholas Martin, the film tells the true story of Florence Foster Jenkins, a New York heiress, who dreamed of becoming an opera singer, despite having a terrible singing voice. The film was released worldwide in May.

In 2015, Ferguson was seen starring in the latest installment of the hugely successful Mission: Impossible franchise Mission: Impossible-Rogue Nation, for which she received a Critics' Choice Movie Award nomination. She took on the role of Ilsa Faust opposite Tom Cruise, Simon Pegg and Jeremy Renner and will reprise her role in the next installment, M:I 6-Mission Impossible.

In December 2014, Ferguson was seen in the role of Dinah in Lifetime Television's mini-series The Red Tent, based on Anita Diamant's bestselling novel of the same name. The two-part drama tells the story of the 12 tribes of Israel as seen through Dinah's eyes. Ferguson starred opposite Minnie Driver, Iain Glen and Morena Baccarin. That same year, she filmed the dual lead roles of Katya and Lauren in Shamim Sarif's Despite the Falling Snow, which also starred Charles Dance and Sam Reid. Set against the backdrop of Cold War Moscow, the story is about a female spy who steals secrets from an idealistic politician and falls in love with him.

In 2013, Ferguson took on the role of Ergenia in Brett Ratner's Hercules, which also starred John Hurt, Dwayne Johnson and Ian McShane. She also completed filming Ridley Scott's The Vatican for Showtime, in which she starred alongside Matthew Goode, Kyle Chandler and Sebastian Koch. That same year also saw the release of the highly anticipated Swedish indie Vi, which was directed by Mani Masserat Agah.

Ferguson was born in Stockholm to a Swedish father and British mother. She grew up in Stockholm and attended Sweden's famous Adolf Fredrik's Music School. Ferguson started her career at the age of 15 when she was offered the lead in the daytime drama series Nya tider. In 2011, she was the lead in Richard Hobert's A One-Way Trip to Antibes, which won the Audience Award at the European Union Film Festival in Toronto. That same year she was nominated for the Rising Star Award at the Stockholm Film Festival.

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