Vice President

Rebecca is a theater-trained actor who has found her place in indie film. With her move to Nashville 8 years ago, she began concentrating on film and television. She has shared the screen with Tim Meadows, Gwyneth Paltrow, Tim McGraw, Bill Cobbs, Markie Post, David DeLuise, Kevin Sizemore and Kayla Ewell. She keeps busy with video work, as well as commercial work in the Southeast. Currently, you can watch her in the new series Gratuity Not Included and in the hit web series Johnny Dynamo. Rebecca can also be seen on the big screen in Where Hope Grows, and in the recently released DVD Chasing Ghosts. True to indie film life, she is also in two films that have been successfully making their way on the film festival circuit, Self Offense and Paternity Leave, both of which have been winning awards and accumulating many laurel wreaths. Recently, Rebecca won Best Actress for her work in When To End, which was part of the Nashville 48 Hour Film Project.
When not on set, Rebecca gives back to the film and acting community through her board work with WIFT-Nashville and the annual event, Actor-Com, of which she is a founding co-creator. In her spare time, she also enjoys yoga, hiking, running and traveling.
Rebecca resides in Nashville.