Since graduating from Concordia University with a BFA in Theatre Performance, Rebecca has been working as a Professional Actor, Dancer & Choreographer, and ActingTeacher & Coach. She has over 25 years experience performing on stage, film and television. As a dancer, she toured with Celine Dion as a feature performer in ‘Celine Dion World Tour’ and appeared in numerous TV series, specials and commercials. Her film credits include Eternal Revenge/Allegro, The Hunger/Telescene, Dead Silent/Blackwatch, Education of Little Tree/Paramount, Out of Control/Kinsboro to name a few. She has appeared on stage in M. Butterfly, Karla and Griff, Italian American Reconciliation, 1984, Midsummer Night’s Dream and wrote and performed ‘Babelicious’, a one woman show presented at the Studio On The Main. She has coached Professional Actors for both television and film and has been training young performers for the past four years at ‘The Dynamic Theatre Company’ in Montreal. Many of these students have gone on to have careers in the industry: Emily Van Camp — Series regular on Warner Brothers and CTV’s Everwood, feature film The Ring II, Jay Baruchel — Clint Eastwood’s award winning film, Million Dollar Baby, Meaghan Rath — series regular on YTV’s 15-Love, Jesse Camacho opposite James Wood in Rudy, and Ricky Mabe—feature film Isn’t She Great opposite Bette Middler and Nathan Lane, lead on YTV’s Seriously Weird.
Currently, Rebecca has been engaged in writing such projects as an animated Web show, a sitcom for television, and is the Production Assistant, Script Consultant and Acting Coach for the production company Viking Films. Their third short film titled ‘Hero by Nature’ starring Frederick De Grandpre and scheduled for release in November of 2006. Since 1992, Rebecca has studied with Warren Robertson, formerly from the Actor’s Studio in New York, who has been a major influence on her approach to acting……and life.