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REBECCA HALL is an acclaimed British-American actress whose career encompasses the multiplex, the art house cinema and the world's most respected theaters. She has worked with many of the industry's greatest artists, establishing herself as a leading talent as she challenges herself with each new role.

Hall will soon be seen in Brian Crano's subversive romantic comedy Permission alongside Dan Stevens, Gina Gershon and Jason Sudeikis. The film tells the story of a couple who were each other's first every-things: first kiss, first love, first and only relationship. Now, ten years in, at Anna's 30th birthday party, as Will is about to propose, the couple's best friend makes a drunken toast, suggesting that they should sleep around before their inevitable marriage. The joke lands like a lead balloon, but the thought lingers until Anna proposes that they try opening their relationship - as a sexual experiment. Together, they venture out of the purely monogamous boundaries of their relationship and, along the way, evolve. The film made its debut at the 2017 Tribeca Film Festival and is slated to be released by Good Deed Entertainment February 2018. Additionally, Hall is set to star in in Etan Cohen's mystery-comedy, Holmes and Watson, as Dr. Grace Hart, the first female doctor to practice in London. The film is inspired by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle's legendary detective Sherlock Holmes and is scheduled for release November 9, 2018 by ColumbiaPictures.

Last year, Hall starred in Antonio Campos' Christine with Michael C. Hall, Tracy Letts and Maria Dizzia, in a portrayal that garnered critical acclaim. Based on true events, the film captures the young and troubled newscaster, Christine Chubbuck, during her time at a smalltown television station in the 1970s. Notably, Hall's additional work includes Woody Allen's Vicky Cristina Barcelona alongside Penelope Cruz, Scarlett Johansson and Javier Bardem. Her lauded performance received Golden Globe, BAFTA Orange Rising Star, London Critics Circle and Gotham Award nominations in the performance and breakthrough categories.

Other film credits include Oren Moverman's The Dinner, co-starring alongside Richard Gere, LauraLinney and Steve Coogan; Steven Spielberg's The BFG, with Mark Rylance and Ruby Barnhill; Joel Edgerton's The Gift opposite himself and Jason Bateman; Sean Mewshaw's Tumbledown opposite Jason Sudeikis; Wally Pfister's Transcendence, opposite Johnny Depp and Paul Bettany; Patrice Leconte's A Promise, starring alongside Alan Rickman;John Crowley's Closed Circuit; Shane Black'sIron Man 3; Stephen Frears' Lay the Favorite; Nick Murphy's The Awakening, for which she earned a British Independent Film Award Nomination and Gotham Independent Film Award nomination for Best Actress; Ben Affleck's The Town, which received the 2010 National Board of Review Award for Best Ensemble; Dan Rush's 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, her first feature film debut.

Furthermore, Hall starred in Susanna White's acclaimed miniseries Parade's End for HBO and BBC, which was adapted by Tom Stoppard from Ford Madox Ford's tetralogy of novels. For her role, Hall received a Broadcasting Press Guild Award for Best Actress, a BAFTA TV Award nomination for Leading Actress, and a Critics' Choice Award nomination for Best Actress in a Movie or Miniseries. Her other television credits include Julian Jarrold's Red Riding: 1974, for which she won 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 CamomileLawn.

On stage, Hall received an Ian Charleson Award for her West End portrayal of 'Vivie' in Mrs. Warren's Profession, and the following year she was recognized with an Ian Charleson 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. Building on this success, Hall received the same commendation for her portrayal of 'Hermione' in The Bridge Project's production of A Winter's Tale. She made her Broadway debut in the Roundabout Theatre Company's Machinal, directed by Olivier-winner LyndseyTurner. Recently, Hall was seen in The Atlantic Theater Company's production of Animal, directed by Gaye Taylor Upchurch.

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