A graduate of the New York Film Academy, Rebecca is the Co-Creator, Head Writer, and Creative Producer of the television series Taken in addition to being an episode writer and director. A CFTPA International Internship took Rebecca to Los Angeles at the start of her career. Since, in addition to her own work as an actor, director, writer, and producer, Rebecca has trained and mentored thousands of writers, directors, actors, producers, technicians, and craftspeople. Rebecca is an award-winning actor whose work includes the film that launched The Murdoch Mysteries, the NFB/E1/Eagle Vision CSA Award winning film We Were Children, her recent ACTRA-award winning co-starring role in the series The Pinkertons(Netflix), and the upcoming Juliana and the Medicine Fish opposite Adam Beach.
Rebecca was a participant in the prestigious Women in the Director’s Chair program. As a writer, director, producer, Rebecca’s work includes the digital documentary series Child First, which premiered at the Understanding the Disability Trajectory of First Nations Families of Children with Disabilities National Summit, the documentary Daphne Korol: The Drama Queen of Winnipeg, and most recently the short comedy Hard Way Girl, which premiered in Russia and has been playing festivals around the world. She will soon direct the feature Jane Garbage, for which she won a screenwriting award at the Vancouver International Women in Film Festival, and the feature Vulnerable Persons. Rebecca is Head of Production for Red Czarina Entertainment. Their award-winning drama H&G, which Rebecca co-wrote and produced, premiered at the Vancouver International Film Festival and distributed by Multiple Media in Canada, and Amazon Prime in the United States and Europe. She is CEO of Moving Future Productions Inc., whose Orange Daisy Project is a social action campaign and documentary series in support of mental health for teen girls.