Rebecca HallRebecca Maria Hall (born 3 May 1982) is an English actress and film director. She made her first onscreen appearance at age 10 in the 1992 television adaptation of ''The Camomile Lawn'', directed by her father, Sir Peter Hall. Her professional stage debut came in her father's 2002 production of ''Mrs. Warren's Profession'', which earned her the Ian Charleson Award.
In 2006, following her film debut in ''Starter for 10'', Hall got her breakthrough role in Christopher Nolan's thriller film ''The Prestige''. In 2008, she starred as Vicky in Woody Allen's romantic comedy-drama ''Vicky Cristina Barcelona'', for which she received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress. Hall then appeared in a wide array of films, including Ron Howard's historical drama ''Frost/Nixon'' (2008), Ben Affleck's crime drama ''The Town'' (2010), the horror thriller ''The Awakening'' (2011), the superhero film ''Iron Man 3'' (2013), the science fiction film ''Transcendence'' (2014), the psychological thriller ''The Gift'' (2015), the live-action/CGI fantasy adventure film ''The BFG'' (2016), the biographical drama ''Professor Marston and the Wonder Women'' (2017) and the monster film ''Godzilla vs. Kong'' (2021). In 2016, Hall was praised by critics for her portrayal of news reporter Christine Chubbuck in the biographical drama ''Christine''. She made her directorial debut with ''Passing'' (2021), receiving critical acclaim.
Hall has also made several notable appearances on British television. She won the British Academy Television Award for Best Supporting Actress for the 2009 Channel 4 miniseries ''Red Riding: 1974''. In 2013, she was nominated for the British Academy Television Award for Best Actress for her performance in BBC Two's ''Parade's End''. Provided by Wikipedia