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Latest news on Rebecca Ferguson, the talented Swedish actress known for her captivating performances in Mission: Impossible films, The White Queen, and Dune. Follow her latest projects, awards, and personal life updates.

Rebecca Ferguson was born on October 19, 1983, in Stockholm, Sweden. She began her acting career with the Swedish soap opera Nya tider (1999-2000) and later gained international recognition for her portrayal of Elizabeth Woodville in the BBC historical drama The White Queen (2013), which earned her a Golden Globe nomination for Best Actress in a Miniseries or Television Film.

Ferguson's career reached new heights when she was cast as Ilsa Faust in the Mission: Impossible franchise, starring opposite Tom Cruise in Rogue Nation (2015), Fallout (2018), and Dead Reckoning Part One (2023). Her compelling performances in these action-packed films have solidified her status as a versatile and sought-after actress in Hollywood.

In addition to her work in the Mission: Impossible series, Ferguson has appeared in several other notable films, including The Greatest Showman (2017), where she played Swedish opera singer Jenny Lind, and the sci-fi epic Dune (2021), in which she portrayed Lady Jessica. She reprised her role in the highly anticipated sequel, Dune: Part Two (2024). Ferguson has also showcased her acting prowess in films such as Despite the Falling Snow (2016), Florence Foster Jenkins (2016), The Girl on the Train (2016), and Doctor Sleep (2019).

Beyond her successful film career, Ferguson has taken on challenging roles in television series. In 2023, she starred as Juliette Nichols in the Apple TV+ sci-fi series Silo, where she also served as an executive producer. Her captivating performance in the show has garnered praise from critics and audiences alike.

Throughout her career, Ferguson has been recognized for her outstanding performances, receiving nominations and awards from various prestigious organizations. In 2019, she won the Fright Meter Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in Doctor Sleep, and in 2022, she was honored with the Nordic Honorary Dragon Award at the Göteborg Film Festival.

In her personal life, Ferguson is a mother of two children. She was in a long-term relationship with Ludwig Hallberg from 2005 to 2015, with whom she has a son. In 2018, she welcomed a daughter with her husband, Rory St. Clair Gainer, whom she married later that year. Ferguson balances her successful acting career with her family life, residing in Richmond, southwest London, with her husband and children.

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