Meet Andrea Riseborough, English actress, and the “It Girl” of the Toronto Film Festival! Find out why below and check out videos and photos of Riseborough as well.
Coined the “It Girl” of the Toronto Film Festival by ABC News and several other major new outlets, up and coming British beauty Andrea Riseborough appeared in a trio of fantastic flicks at the fest this year!
Appearing in Mark Romanek’s Never Let Me Go alongside Keira Knightley and Carey Mulligan, Riseborough alos showed up in the movie Made in Dagenham and to boot Brighton Rock from director Rowan Joffe. Showing off her limitless range in all three, the dark haired beauty is soon to be a household name! Get more on where you may have seen the starlet below.
As a biography Andrea Riseborough, English actress, was born on October 27th of 1981. A native of England, Riseborough stands at 5’7″. A graduate from the Royal Academy of Dramatics Arts, she is also a memner of the National Youth Theatre. Over the years Andrea has won several awards such as the Mike Figgis Award and the Ian Charleson Award for her talented performances.
Declared a rising star from The Sunday Times Magazine, Riseborough made her debut in 2005 when she landed the role of Amanda in the TV series A Very Social Secretary. Since then she has appeared in Whatever Love Means, Doc Martin, Venus and The Secret Life of Mrs. Beeton. In 2007, Riseborough appeared in an eight episode arc in Party Animals as Kirsty Mackenzie.
Recently the English actress has appeared in The Devils Whore as the character Angelica Fanshawe, and the movie Mad Sad and Bad in the role of Julia. Changed Forever from A Street Car Named Desire, Riseborough finds inspiration from the works of William Shakespeare who enjoys amateur contortionism in her spare time!
Currently Riseborough is busy at work on the production of Ivanov at the Donmar Warehouse in London.
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