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Rebecca Ferguson

Rebecca Ferguson (19 October 1983) is a Swedish actress. She played the lead role in the soap-opera Nya tider and later played Chrissy in the Swedish-American soap Ocean Ave.. Ferguson has also appeared in movies, including A One-Way Trip to Antibes, the horror film Strandvaskaren and the upcoming film Vi alongside Gustaf Skarsgård. Ferguson's role in The White Queen has been met with some praise.  Ferguson grew up in the Vasastaden district in central Stockholm. Today she lives with her boyfriend and young child in the seaside town of Simrishamn, on the Swedish south coast. Ferguson has said she wanted to get away from city life and the public spotlight following her soap opera success. In Simrishamn, she started drifting away from acting, ran an Argentine dance studio, and also worked on several short film art projects. Swedish director Richard Hobert spotted her at the town market in 2011. He recognized her and this led to her starring in his film A One - Way to Antibes.


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Born:
Oct 19, 1983
Movie/TV Credits:
16
First Appeared:
In the movie The Vatican
Latest Project:
Movie M:I 6 - Mission Impossible 2018-07-27
Known For
Poster of Hercules
Poster of A One-Way Trip to Antibes
Poster of Drowning Ghost
Poster of The Vatican
Filmography
Movie M:I 6 - Mission Impossible Ilsa Faust 2018-07-27
Movie The Vatican Olivia Borghese 2018
Movie The Greatest Showman Jenny Lind 2017-12-25
Movie The Snowman Katrine Bratt 2017-10-12
Movie Life Miranda North 2017-03-22
Movie The Girl on the Train Anna Watson 2016-10-05
Movie Florence Foster Jenkins Kathleen 2016-05-06
Movie Despite the Falling Snow Katya / Lauren 2016-01-29
Movie Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation Ilsa Faust 2015-07-23
Movie The Red Tent Dinah 2014-12-07
Series The Red Tent Dinah 2014-12-07
Movie Hercules Ergenia 2014-07-23
Series The White Queen Elizabeth Woodville 2013-06-16
Movie Us Linda 2013-05-10
Movie A One-Way Trip to Antibes Maria 2011-09-30
Movie Drowning Ghost Amanda 2004-10-14