Rebecca is the inaugural recipient of the Don LaFontaine Voiceover Spirit Award from the SAG Foundation. She began her professional stage career at the ripe old age of 6 in New York, and hasn’t stopped performing since. She currently resides in Los Angeles, where she earned her MFA in Acting from UCLA.
Known for her versatility and wide range, along with taking direction with speed and ease, Rebecca brings her plethora of training and experiences as an actor to every project from commercials to animation and beyond.
In addition to being a member of the critically acclaimed theater company Moving Arts, a member of Steppenwolf West Classes, and a founding member of The Los Angeles Theatre Ensemble, Rebecca also volunteers with SAG’s Book Pals program, reading stories to children in public schools, and with The Young Storytellers Foundation developing literacy, self-expression and self-esteem in elementary school students through the art of storytelling.
She also has a wide range of vocal effects, including creatures, babies, zombies, many different types of animals and cute furry aliens.
She, however, has yet to learn how to ride a bicycle.
Recent commercial clients include McDonald’s, State Farm Insurance, Diet Coke, Best Western Hotels, Crest, El Torito, General Mills, Urban Engines, Dunkin’ Donuts, Pizza Hut and more.
Animation & Video Game recent clients include DreamWorks, Disney, PBS, Square Enix, Trion Worlds and more.
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For more samples, including Promo for Sabrina- Secrets of a Teenage Witch on the HUB network, please click on the demos and examples of recent work above.