Rebecca Ferguson Biography Age, Height, Movies, Wiki

Rebecca Ferguson
Rebecca Ferguson

Rebecca Louisa Ferguson Sundström (Stockholm, October 19, 1983), better known as Rebecca Ferguson, is a Swedish actress recognized for having played Anna Gripenhielm in Nya tider, Chrissy Eriksson in the series Ocean Ave, Elizabeth Woodville in The White Queen and for giving life to Ilsa Faust in the film Mission: Impossible – Secret Nation and Mission Impossible – Fallout.

Personal Information:

  • Full Name: Rebecca Louisa Ferguson Sundström
  • Famous as: Rebecca Ferguson
  • Date of Birth: October 19, 1983
  • Nationality: Swedish
  • Famous: Actresses Swedish Women
  • Years active: 1999–present
  • Age: 36 Years, 36 Year Old Females
  • Sun Sign: Libra
  • Born In: Stockholm
  • Famous As: Actress
  • Height: 5’7″ (170 cm), 5’7″ Females
  • Mother: Rosemary Ferguson
  • Spouse(s): Rory ​(m. 2018)
  • Children: Isac Hallberg
  • City: Stockholm, Sweden
  • Education: Adolf Fredrik’s Music School

Early Life:

Rebecca is the daughter of British Rosemary Ferguson, has three siblings and is a distant relative of Duchess Sarah Ferguson.

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In 1999 she graduated from the Adolf Fredrik School of Music.

Ferguson was a partner of Ludwig Hallberg, with whom he had his first son, Isac Hallberg, in 2007.

Professional Life:

In Sweden he appeared in a tango musical and worked on various art-film projects.

Rebecca has appeared on the big screen in such films as One-Way Trip to Antibes, the horror film Strandvaskaren, and Vi Alongside Gu.

In 1999, she joined the main cast of the series Nya tider, where she played Anna Gripenhielm until 2000.

In 2002, she appeared as a guest on the Swedish-American series Ocean Ave, where she played Chrissy Eriksson.

In 2004, she appeared in the horror film Drowning Ghost (The ghost of the lake), where she played Amanda.

In 2013 she joined the main cast of the series The White Queen where she played Queen Elizabeth Woodville, a widow with two children who ends up in love and marrying King Edward IV (Max Irons), until the end of the series that same year. In 2014 she played Ergenia in Brett Ratner’s Hercules.

In 2015 Rebecca was part of the main cast of the fifth part of the film Mission: ImpossibleSecret Nation where she played Ilsa Faust. In August of the same year it was announced that she would be part of the film The Girl On The Train.

In December of the same year, it was announced that Rebecca would play Ilsa again in the sixth installment of the “Mission Imposible” film.

In 2016, she appeared in the movie Despite the Falling Snow where she played the spy Katya / Lauren, sent to steal secrets from the politician Alexander (Sam Reid), however during her mission she ends up falling in love with him.

In March of the same year it was announced that Rebecca had joined the cast of the film Life, where she will share credits with actors Ryan Reynolds and Jake Gyllenhaal.

In October of the same year it was announced that she had joined the cast of The Lady And The Panda where she will play Ruth Harkness.

In 2017, she appeared in the musical film “The Great Showman” (“The Greatest Showman” in its English version) playing Jenny Lind, an opera singer from Europe, who is brought to the United States by the great P.T. Barnum.

In 2019, she appeared in Doctor Sleep as Rose la Chistera, a direct sequel to The Shining, based on the novel by Steven King.

Movies List of Rebecca Louisa:

Movie TitleYear
Drowning Ghost2004
A One-way Trip to Antibes2011
Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation2015
Despite the Falling Snow2016
Florence Foster Jenkins2016
The Girl on the Train2016
The Greatest Showman2017
The Snowman2017
Little Match Girl2018
Mission: Impossible – Fallout2018
Doctor Sleep2019
The Kid Who Would Be King2019
Men in Black: International2019
Cold Night2020
Mission: Impossible 72021

Television Shows List of Rebecca Louisa:

TV ShowsYear
Nya tider1999–2000
Ocean Ave.2002
The Inspector and the Sea2013
The White Queen2013
The Vatican2013
The Red Tent2014

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