Rebecca Hall was born on the 3rd May 1982, in London, England, and is an actress, probably best known from being nominated for a Golden Globe Award for her starring role as Vicky in the romantic drama “Vicky Cristina Barcelona” (2009). Several other awards Hall won were the BAFTA Award for her supporting role in the crime drama “Red Riding: In the Year of Our Lord 1974” (2010), a National Board of Review Award alongside the entire cast of the crime drama “The Town” (2010) and an Independent Spirit Award with the entire cast of the comedy drama “Please Give” (2010). Hall has been active in the entertainment industry since 1992.
How much is the net worth of Rebecca Hall? It has been estimated by authoritative sources that the overall size of her wealth is as much as $7 million, as of the data presented in early 2017.
Rebecca Hall Net Worth $7 Million
To begin with, Rebecca Hall is the daughter of the director Peter Hall, the founder of the Royal Shakespeare Company and director of important theatres such as the National Theatre and the ‘Old Vic. Her mother is the opera singer Maria Ewing. Her parents divorced when she was eight, but she has five brothers and sisters, as her father had several marriages. The father had her debut in “The Camomile Lawn”, and she appeared in several television productions at the age of 10. She matriculated from the private Roedean School in Brighton, then majored in English literature at the University of Cambridge but dropped out in her second year to pursue an acting career.
Her professional career really began on the theatre stage in 2002 in “Mrs Warren’s Profession” by George Bernard Shaw, directed by her father. Then, she had he title role in the play based on the novel “The Daughter of Galileo”, and others. She debuted in film in 2006 with her role of Rebecca Epstein in the film “Starter for 10” (2006), which was followed by a small part in the film “The Prestige” (2006) by Christopher Nolan. In 2008, she was chosen by Woody Allen for the role of Vicky in the film “Vicky Cristina Barcelona”, an interpretation which earned a nomination for a Golden Globe Award in the category of the Best Actress. The same year, she worked in Ron Howard’s film “Frost / Nixon”, while in 2009 she was the female lead in the film “Dorian Gray”, also starring Ben Barnes and Colin Firth. In 2010, she starred in the film “The Town” directed and starring by Ben Affleck, and in the same year won the BAFTA for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Paula Garland in the TV miniseries “Red Riding” (2010), and then received another nomination for Best Actress for her role as Sylvia Tietjens in the TV miniseries “Parade’s End” (2013).
On the big screen, in 2013 she starred in the movie directed by Patrice Leconte “A Promise”, presented at the exhibition of the Venice Film Festival, and the same year appeared in “Iron Man 3” by Shane Black , while in 2014 she was alongside Johnny Depp on the set of “Transcendence”. In 2016, she landed the role of Christine Chubbuck in the film “Christine” and was awarded Silver Hugo Award for the Best Actress and Women Film Critics Circle Award for Courage in Acting. Currently, she is working on the set of the films “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” (2017) and “Holmes and Watson” (2018).
Finally, in the personal life of the actress, she married the actor Morgan Spector in 2015 in New York, having previously dated co-star Freddie Stevenson and director Sam Mendes.