Rebecca brings an abundance of training and experience as an actor to every voiceover project. She began her professional stage career in New York at the ripe old age of six, and has been performing and entertaining audiences with her sugary charm ever since. She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she earned her MFA in Acting from UCLA, and is a long standing Resident Artist of the critically acclaimed theater company, Moving Arts.
Rebecca’s clients know they can rely on her strong acting background, wicked versatility, and her ability to take direction with speed and ease. She also provides a signature range of sassafrass vocal effects, including creatures, babies, zombies, and cute furry aliens.
Rebecca is the inaugural recipient of the Don LaFontaine Voiceover Spirit Award from the SAG Foundation for emulating Don’s strong commitment, talent and desire. Rebecca, like Don, is a strong proponent of giving back to the community. Rebecca volunteers for Young Storytellers, mentoring low-income elementary school students to discover the power of their own voice through the art of storytelling. She also volunteers with SAG’s Book Pals program, reading stories to children in public schools. Along with that, she is an active participant in the animation community, working with the nonprofit organization, Women In Animation, as the Co-Lead of the Voiceover Group.
When Rebecca’s not behind the mic or on stage, you’ll find her planning another adventure with her trusty and increasingly famous Voiceover Ninja side kick. You can check out Ninja on her Instagram page. 23 countries they’ve visited together, and only 172 more to explore.
Oh, and this talented performer and world traveler can’t ride a bicycle to save her life. How many adults can say that?
Recent commercial clients include Pizza Hut, McDonald’s, State Farm Insurance, Diet Coke, Best Western Hotels, Crest, El Torito Restaurants, General Mills, Urban Engines, Dunkin’ Donuts, and more.
Animation & Video Game recent clients include DreamWorks, Sony Animation, Disney, PBS, Square Enix, Trion Worlds and more.
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For more samples, please click on the demos and examples of recent work above.