Apart from CASUALTY, HOLBY, PIE IN THE SKY and WYCLIFF her favourite television roles include Penny Latimer the porn movie producer for DALZEIL AND PASCO, Tina from the Cash and Carry,  the buxom love interest for Al Murray in his series TIME GENTLEMEN PLEASE, and Gwyneth the bisexual nymphomaniac in DOCTORS.

Last year she was honoured to play Yente the colourful if overbearing Matchmaker in FIDDLER ON THE ROOF with Bryn Terfel for a season at Grange Park Opera and again as a BBC Prom which was a live transmission from The Albert Hall for BBC Radi3.

She can also seen as a regular presenter on THE WRIGHT STUFF for Channel 5 where she is happy to give her opinion loudly and clearly on any subject that may pop up.

She is more than excited to be off on an extensive number

one tour of MENOPAUSE THE MUSICAL in the spring.




 ‘ I cant believe how lucky I am to have worked with so many wonderful colourful people across so many different mediums, a great big mixing pot of talents and inspiration

...lucky lucky lucky!’

Rebecca is best known as the receptionist Amy Howard on CASUALTY. She has recorded two top ten singles; EVERLASTING LOVE and STAY WITH ME BABY and the album, WHERE TIME STANDS STILL for BBC WORLDWIDE. She has enjoyed singing live in venues as magnificent as; The Opera House, Belfast and The Royal Albert Hall, appeared on TV programs including TOP OF THE POPS and the NATIONAL LOTTERY.  Rebecca has enlivened shows such as LOOSE WOMEN, where she was a regular presenter.

Rebecca has starred in the West End musicals FAME and BAD GIRLS THE MUSICAL, performed with Julia Mackenzie and Liz Robertson as the Gimmick Girls in GYPSY and even survived pantomime with Paul O Grady as LILY SAVAGE at the Victoria Palace.

Rebecca has worked extensively as a singer performing cabaret all over the West End starting at the CAFÉ ROYAL at an early age, as a regular artiste at PIZZA ON THE PARK and recently at THE PHEASANTRY, Chelsea and the CRAZY COQS amongst many others.

As an actress she completed two number one tours of the comedy MUMS THE WORD and another two tours of GIRL’S NIGHT. Rebecca also gave the nation a rare opportunity to enjoy her underwear in the sell out national tour of the play BIG PANTS AND BOTOX which ended with a short run at The Arts theatre in The West End….one woman. one big pair of pants! In complete contrast she then took up her axe as the iconic character Annie Wilkes in Stephen Kings’ MISERY and found playing a serial killer both enjoyable and cathartic. She went on to tour in the Nell Dunn comedy STEAMING as Dawn, and Rachel Wardle and Lea Hunter in a national tour of THE PICKWICK PAPERS.

"Acting, singing, presenting,

its all telling stories.

I love to tell stories.'’