Rebecca is a professional theatre and film actress based in Melbourne. Most recently you may have seen her on your screens in the latest ANZ commercial and she is also a lead cast member and writer for new online comedy tonight show 'In Newcastle Tonight', released in 2021. 
Since June 2018 she has toured Interactive Theatre Internationals' 'Faulty Towers' around Australia playing the iconic role of Sybil. Her comic timing and character work has been commended with multiple 5 star reviews especially over their 3 & 4-week season at Adelaide Fringe in 2019 and 2020 and Melbourne International Comedy Festival 2019 and 2021.
Rebecca made her feature film debut at Monster Pictures' Monster Fest in October 2019 with 'No Such Thing As Monsters', which was released in the US in October 2020. She also stars as the lead superhero in sci-fi comedy 'Nova Star', which is scheduled for a 2021 release. Rebecca has worked on multiple TV commercials, print work and corporate videos and also works as a Presenter for Zoos Victoria.
Rebecca has been involved in many independent theatre productions including the lead role of Anne in Gao Xingjian's 'Weekend Quartet' for the VCA Masters of Directing Season in 2017, Sam Shepard's 'Fool For Love' with Q44 Theatre in 2015, playing to sold out audiences, where she brought to life the vulnerable yet fiery role of May. Plus the role of Michelle in Gordon Graham’s 'The Boys' at Gasworks Arts Park with Nice Productions in 2016. She also toured 'Medea' and 'Romeo & Juliet' around to Victorian schools for two years, playing the title roles.
Rebecca has over 25 years of training including a degree in theatre and drama from LaTrobe University, training at institutions such as 16th Street and Stella Adler LA and with international teachers including Howard Fine and Elizabeth Kemp.
Rebecca is an advocated and pioneer of the intimacy movement in Australia. She is currently training to become a certified intimacy coordinator and has trained with Ita O'Brien of Intimacy on Set in the UK and Alicia Rodis and Claire Warden of IDC in the US. She is extremely passionate about this movement and the safety of actors and best practice guidelines being implemented in all forms of media in Australia. She runs classes educating creatives on topics such as: the importance of intimacy best practice for all involved in a production, consent, communication, boundaries, intimacy choreography, acting intimacy & creating connection, to name a few.
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