Rebecca is a Zürich bred, London-based actor-writer of British, French Jewish and Irish heritage. She has a Masters in Acting from Rose Bruford College, as well as a Bachelors Degree in Theatre & Performance from the University of Leeds. In her five-year career, Rebecca has performed in 8 short films, 13 plays, and is set to appear in her first TV series and feature film roles in Summer 2022. She recently starred in four short films releasing this summer: Angry Star Entertainment's Western Oldstones, Midnight Runners' historical drama Moishe, UCA's psychological thriller M.O.M., and London Film School's crime drama The Last Blue Rose. Coming up, she is set to feature in Aoxomedia's dystopian fantasy TV series The Butterfly Beat as Sarah Constant and Shot Positiv's psychological thriller feature From The Corner Of My Eye as French surgeon Dr. Babineaux. Her theatre credits include National Theatre's Network with Bryan Cranston and Michelle Dockery, Secret Cinema's Romeo + Juliet, National Youth Theatre's Viral, Shoreditch Town Hall's Lost Children, and White Crane Productions' The Unreturn of Lydia Osborn at Edinburgh Summerhall. Her short film credits include Hangdog Films' Plant, Riverine Productions' Flatmate Troubles and Northern Film Schools' Good Side.
In 2019, Rebecca wrote, directed and starred in Dawn of the Transmaton: an immersive performance of a game simulation run by a multi-planetary artificial intelligence. Now, in 2022, alongside her acting projects, she is adapting the stage production into TV mini-series The Zen Of AI. She is also writing biopic feature Lévy, a historical drama about her grandmother's journey as a French Jewish orphan during the Second World War, and autobiographical feature Add & Subtract, a quirky romantic drama about the chronicles of a young woman with ADHD. With a particular interest in Artificial General Intelligence, her time is also spent laying down the foundations for the beginnings of her own production company Zenai Pictures, which will focus on creating female-driven content about science, technology and humanities next steps.
Senior Voice & Text Associate for the Royal Shakespeare Company
and Freelance Director
“What excites me about Rebecca's abilities is that she understands the work on so many levels. That is a great, great gift. Not only that, it comes with a humbleness and a huge desire to learn. Rebecca has gained many directorial, performance and technical skills along the way but more importantly life skills. She is an all-rounder because she is an acute observer of life, has a real dedication to her craft, and has thorough discipline and clear focus for the work in hand. She is always a ready contributor to the task ahead, methodical in her approach, has strong retention skills and a nature well suited to the rigours of this industry. I have no hesitation in recommending Rebecca for any Award/Company. I feel very strongly that she is more than ready for the challenges ahead in this industry.”
Veteran film + TV actor
House of Gucci, The Two Popes, Rush, The Dark Knight
& Acting Coach
"My experience of working with Rebecca was primarily one of pleasant surprise, that someone so young would be so professional, organised and sensitive. Rebecca is a fast learner and with her serious and immediate application of the lessons in my class, she immediately produced great results. She's a terrific actor and I believe given time, she will be producing quality work that will grace the highest levels in our business. I look forward to enjoying her achievements in the near future."
No Time to Die,
Goodbye Christopher Robin, Dolittle, Tolkien
“Rebecca has a curiosity and instinct as an actor which makes her not only compelling to watch but also a joy to work with. She actively engages with the industry and works hard to consistently develop her craft. She would be an asset to any project and I wouldn’t hesitate in recommending her.”