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Cécile de France was born in Namur, Belgium in 1975. She moved to Paris at seventeen to study theatre. After she graduated, she was offered several important roles in films such as 'L'auberge Espagnole' (2002), which earned her the César Award for most promising actress. Her international breakthrough came with 'High Tension' (2003). She has worked with many important directors including Claude Chabrol and the Dardenne brothers.
Rupert Friend was born in 1981 in Oxfordshire. Friend made his acting debut in 'The Libertine' (2004) opposite Johnny Deep, for which he was named Outstanding New Talent at the 2005 Satellite Awards. He is also known for his role as Prince Albert in 'The Young Victoria' (2009), as Mr Wickham in 'Pride & Prejudice' (2005) and as CIA agent Peter Quinn in the award winning television drama 'Homeland'.