Friday 14 July 2017

Andrea Riseborough

Andrea Louise Riseborough is an English stage and film actress who was born on 20th November, 1981 at Newcastle upon Tyne, Northumberland, England, UK. Her mother Isabel Johnson is a secretary and father George Risebotogh is a car dealer. She was grown up in Whitley Bay. At an early age, she appeared at the People's Theater, Newcastlein the play Riding England Sidesaddle by Christopher Goulding, as Celia Fiennes and was a member of the Young People's Theatre for five years. She is well known for her roles in movies Birdman (The Unexpected virtue of Ignorance),  Obilivion, Welcome to the Punch, Disconnect, Shadow Dancer, W.E., Brigton Rock, Made in Dagenham, Never let me go and Venus. 

Andrea Riseborough Religion

Andrea is non-religious. She has quoted "I subscribe to no religion. But I believe that in the creation of art, there can be moments of God". She is quite straight forward and keeps no secret so that there should not be any false rumors about her. He is an active and workaholic girl. She is quite generous who believes in all religions and helps needy people. 

Andrea Riseborough Political Views

Andrea is non political. There are no sign of any type of campaign or support for any political party. She may be shy about disclosing her personals.  She provides low information related on personal life. She loves travelling and loves playing hockey. Andrea is far from rumor and controversy related about her sexuality. 

Who is she dating?

She is in a relationship with with Los Angeles based Street Artist Joe Appel known as Thrashbird since 2009. Her Childhood celebrity crush was actor Peter Sellers. 

Andrea Riseborough Hobbies

She was a former contortionist. She is able to coil either leg up behind her head so that the calf is resting against the nape of her neck. She loves gymnastics. She loves watching movies in her spare time. She has quoted "I have lots of early film memories. I used to like watching black & white movies in the afternoon; I would sit kind of transfixed in front of the TV screen." She is a fun loving girl. She loves writing. She has quoted " If I weren't an actress I'd like to be an author. Either that or the proprietor of a pool hall in Texas where I'd show cabaret with homosexual undertones."

Interesting Facts

She was graduated from RADA in 2005.
She is a former member of the National Youth Theatre. Appeared as "Bone Girl" in an amateur production of "Dog Days", which won the 1999 Mike Figgis Award.
She is a member of the National Youth Theatre.
Her younger sister Laura Riseborough, also a pupil at Newcastle Church High School.