Rebecca is an accent and dialect coach working in film, television and theatre.
She specialises in North American accents.
Born and raised in the United States Rebecca studied acting at Northwestern University in Chicago before completing her MFA in Voice Studies from the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. She is a specialist in General/Standard American accents along with regional and ethnic accents of North America. She is also fluent in French.
As a voice and dialect coach Rebecca has worked with a range of actors including Rhys Ifans, Ed Skrein, Richard Armitage,
Rob James-Collier, Maxine Peake, Lydia Wilson, Zahra Ahmadi, Adam Rothenberg and Joe McGann.
Film & TV includes: Waiting for Anya (Bad Penny Productions), If Beale Street Could Talk (Annapurna Pictures), The Crown (Netflix), Berlin Station (Paramount Pictures Television), Tau (Netflix), Endeavour (ITV/Mammoth Screen) and Brain on Fire (Broad Green Pictures).
Theatre includes: The Inheritance (Young Vic), Killer Joe (Trafalgar Studios), Fiddler on the Roof (Liverpool Everyman), All My Sons (Rose Theatre Kingston Hong Kong Tour), A View from the Bridge (Bristol Tobacco Factory) and Fool for Love (Found 111)
She has also worked as a voice and dialect tutor at the Royal School of Speech & Drama, the Royal Welsh College of Music & Drama, ArtsEd in London, East 15 Acting School, Trinity Laban Conservatoire, Fourth Monkey Actor Training Company and The Second City in Chicago.