She made a great impression, sort of all at once, this year with “Oblivion” and “Disconnect,” “Welcome to the Punch” next month’s “Shadow Dancer.”
Andrea Riseborough, 31, first got most people over here’s attention as Wallis Simpson in Madonna’s “W.E.,” but memorable supporting turns in “Made in Dagenham” and “Never Let Me Go.”
In “Shadow Dancer,” she plays a northern Irish woman traumatized since childhood, an IRA supporter/informant whom Clive Owen sets out to turn, Cary Grant-“Notorious” fashion.
Here’s what she has coming up, according to IMDb. Questions for the fair Ms. Riseborough? Comment below. Thanks.