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Leanne Hall is a British actress, best known for her roles in the films The Descent (2005) and The Descent Part 2 (2009). She was born on 19 May, 1980 in Rotherham, England. Leanne Hall began her career in the theatre, appearing in productions such as The Crucible and The Taming of the Shrew. She made her film debut in 2005 with the horror film The Descent, and went on to appear in the sequel The Descent Part 2 in 2009. She has also appeared in television series such as Misfits, The Bill, and Doctors. Leanne Hall is currently 43 years old. She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m). She has a slim build and her zodiac sign is Taurus. Leanne Hall is currently single. There is no information about her past relationships. Leanne Hall has an estimated net worth of $1 million. She has earned her wealth through her acting career. She has appeared in several films and television series, and has also done some theatre work.
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|19 May, 1980
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In 2016 Leanne was announced as Birmingham City Assistant manager.
Rotherham–born Hall attended Brinsworth Comprehensive School and was a guest of honour at their 40th anniversary celebrations in April 2009.
In summer 2011 Hall was signed by FA WSL leaders Birmingham City. She made an immediate debut in a 3–2 win at Bristol Academy after regular custodian Marie Hourihan suffered a recurrence of a shoulder injury during the pre–match warm up.
In July 2007 she rejoined Leeds Carnegie, as player-assistant-manager. She left Leeds to join Leicester City Women in October 2008. During her career to date Hall has been a finalist in three FA Women's Cups and a League Cup.
She landed a job with Sheffield Wednesday's football in the community department in January 2007.
In 2004, Hall founded the Leanne Hall Sports & Goalkeeping School.
Hall represented England, playing 24 times at full international level. She made her senior debut in August 2000, in a 1–0 friendly defeat to France, before 50,000 spectators at Stade Vélodrome. In April 2004 Hall was elevated to first choice for England when Pauline Cope retired from international football and Rachel Brown damaged her anterior cruciate ligament.
Hall joined Doncaster Belles in 1995 from Sheffield Wednesday, leaving to join Leeds United Ladies in 2002. In the summer of 2000 Hall had played professional football in Iceland, making seven appearances for FH. In February 2003 Hall suffered a broken leg in Leeds' 3–0 FA Women's Cup defeat to Aston Villa. From Leeds she moved to Fulham Ladies in 2004, with whom she featured in a UEFA Women's Cup quarter final. She rejoined Doncaster Rovers Belles in the 2006 close season. Within a month of joining she was ruled out for a number of months due to requiring surgery for a persistent neck injury.
Leanne Claire Hall (born 19 May 1980) is an English football goalkeeper and coach who played at full international level for England. She has spent much of her career in Yorkshire, starting at Sheffield Wednesday and enjoying two separate spells with both Doncaster Rovers Belles and Leeds United. Hall also played FA Women's Premier League football for Fulham and Leicester City Women, while the 2000 summer season was spent in Iceland with FH. In a career disrupted by serious injury, Hall attended UEFA Women's Euro 2001 and UEFA Women's Euro 2005 as a reserve goalkeeper. She most recently played for Birmingham City in the 2011 FA WSL.