Andrea Louise Riseborough is a well-known English actress who has starred in a number of films, including Venus (2006), Happy-Go-Lucky (2008), Never Let Me Go (2010), Brighton Rock (2010), Made in Dagenham (2010), W.E. (2011), Shadow Dancer (2012), and Disconnect (both 2012).
She recently finished two of her projects, Luxor and The Grudge, while four more are in post-production and one is now in production.
On October 27, 1981, in Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England, the United Kingdom, Andrea Riseborough was born.
Her parents, automobile trader George Riseborough and secretary Isabel Johnson raised her.
Laura Riseborough, Andrea’s sister, who also pursued an acting career, adds more to her family.
Andrea attended Tyne Church High School in Tankerville Terrace in Jesmond, according to her educational background.
She continued her education at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, where she received her degree in 2005.
Andrea Riseborough Movies & TV Shows
After appearing in the television films A Very Social Secretary and Whatever Love Means, Andrea Riseborough started her acting career in 2005.
She was cast as Samantha in the TV series Doc Martin not long after making her TV debut.
Not only did Andrea start gaining notoriety and renown, but the director also started profiting from her skills.
Since entering the entertainment industry, Andrea has not turned around or backed down.
Party Animals, Being Human, The Silent Storm, Shepherds and Butchers, Bloodline, National Treasure, ZeroZeroZero, and Actress are just a few of her films and television programs.
Andrea is scheduled to release “The Grudge,” her newest work, on January 3, 2020. The movie’s trailer has already been made available.
Andrea dated American artist Joe Appel in 2009. After seven years of dating, they broke up in 2016.
The couple spent most of their time together while they were dating, savoring their affection for one another.
When Andrea was asked if she wanted to continue their relationship, she responded that getting married was a no-brainer.
She went on to say that until homosexual marriage was legalized, she wouldn’t wed her partner.
Later, when same-sex unions were permitted, their supporters awaited their union as husband and wife.
Sadly, they broke up rather than sharing happy news.
In a 2016 interview with Jimmy Kimmel for the TV miniseries The Witness for the Prosecution, Andrea discussed her time as a starving artist.
People were surprised by her strange weight loss, which made her appear skeleton.
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