Ruth Negga in AD ASTRA

Ruth Negga

Irish actor/producer Ruth Negga has built a solid career through powerful performances of incredible women. You can now watch her in AD ASTRA, alongside Hollywood legend Brat Pitt in which she plays Helen Lantos. The sci-fi film follows an astronaut who ventures into space in search of his lost father, whose obsessive quest to discover intelligent alien life at all costs threatens the Solar System and all life on Earth.

Watch Now

Irish Film


Ruth Negga

Deadline is reporting that Ruth Negga is set to star in the limited series PRESUMED INNOCENT, joining Jake Gyllenhaal. Negga will portray Barbara Sabich, an “artist, gallerist, mother and wife.” Barbara is personally affected by the case as her husband, Rusty, was the person accused and the victim is Rusty’s mistress. Now, Barbara must deal with the massively publicized trial while dealing with a broken heart and trying to protect her family.

Full Details

Irish Television

Ruth Negga backs Limerick

IRISH actress Ruth Negga beamed alongside a major Hollywood star as she voiced her support for Limerick’s hurlers. The Treatymen won their third All-Ireland in a row in the sweltering heat of Croke Park, beating Kilkenny 1-31 to 2-26. Wearing a stunning black dress and a leopard print cardigan, Ruth was all smiles beside Hollywood A-lister, Daniel Craig. The James Bond star wore a simple t-shirt and jeans and a green cap with the Limerick crest on the front.

Learn More

Irish Film

Negga wins Independent Spirit Award

Ruth Negga has won best supporting actress at the Independent Spirit Awards for her performance in Rebecca Hall’s PASSING. The actress, from Limerick, will see this as some consolation for unexpectedly not being nominated at the upcoming Academy Awards. Playing a black woman passing for white in 1920s Harlem, Negga has received universal acclaim since Passing premiered at the Sundance Film Festival over a year ago. She is nominated at the upcoming Bafta awards and was a winner with the London Film Critics Circle and the National Society of Film Critics.

Read More