Rebecca recently finished filming a short on human trafficking produced by herself and Hidden Art Films directed by award winning director Ben Hyland. She was in Sky's Season 2 of STAN LEE's LUCKY MAN starring James Nesbitt playing tough lawyer LAKSHI PERERA. She has just wrapped playing the lead in the film YERMA by the legendary Spanish playwright Federico Garcia Lorca where she was pre-selected for a Goya Award her portrayal of Yerma. Adapted and directed by award winning director Emilio Barrachina.
She has performed numerous regular roles for screen such as Heather Irvine in award-winning BBC TV series DOCTORS, Joanna Stockerton in MIDSOMER MURDERS, Shaheen Wazir in BBC's PRISONERS WIVES, Dr Stokes in EMMERDALE, Nila in OTHER PEOPLE opposite Martin Freeman and Daisha Anderson, Uk's first on screen Filipina in BAFTA award-winning series HOLBY CITY. During this she received 'Best Actress in a lead role' at the International Filmmakers Festival for World Cinema in a film called 'DAVID.'
Rebecca starred opposite Steven Berkoff and Sanjeev Bhaskar in DINNER WITH SADDAM at The Menier Chocolate Factory written by Anthony Horowitz and directed by Lindsay Posner.
Rebecca's performance was described as 'searingly intense' in five star reviews in the one woman show AVOCADO written by the author of The Vagina Monologues Eve Ensler and performed at The West Yorkshire Playhouse. Prior to Avocado, Rebecca worked with another New York writer - Theresa Rebeck in SEMINAR at Hampstead Theatre which was previously performed on Broadway, directed by Terry Johnson.
She also played Indian Princess, Princess Aouda in Around The World in 80 Days adapted by House of Card's Laura Eason which received five star reviews up and down the country.
At the beginning of her career, Rebecca, aged 19 at the time, was cast in Andrew Lloyd Webber's Hit Musical BOMBAY DREAMS in London's West End. She then went onto play opposite Christian Slater in ONE FLEW OVER THE CUCKOO’S NEST as well as landing lead roles in classical and Shakespearean plays performing in numerous regional theatres.