When Rebecca's not on stage, she's behind the mic. 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.
Rebecca is the inaugural recipient of the Don LaFontaine Voiceover Spirit Award from the SAG Foundation. Rebecca is known for her versatility and wide range, along with taking direction with speed and ease. She brings her plethora of training and experiences as an actor to every project from commercials to animation and beyond. Whether you’re looking for a warm, conversational read, a seductress, an eccentric cat lady, a relatable, caring mom, the bratty teenager, the sweet nurse, the little boy, the wacky friend next door, the frantic chatterbox, the little old grannie that could or the tough solider, she can do it all.
She can also do an awesome seal bark, amongst other vocal effects including creatures, aliens and zombies.
She 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. She also does monthly narration for Vanity Fair’s audio editions.
Animation, Video Game & Promo select clients include DreamWorks, Disney, PBS, Square Enix, Trion Worlds, CBS, SyFy Channel and more...
"Be yourself; everyone else is already taken." - Oscar Wilde
Unique traits: Zombie & Creature vocal sound effects
University of California-Los Angeles (Los Angeles, CA) - MFA Acting
The University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX) - BFA Acting