Rebecca Breeds

Rebecca Breeds

actress, writer, make-up department

Rebecca Breeds was born on Jun 17, 1987 in Australia. Rebecca Breeds's big-screen debut came with Blue Water High - Season 2 directed by Ralph Strasser in 2006. Rebecca Breeds is known for Legacies directed by Jeffrey G. Hunt, Danielle Rose Russell stars as Hope Mikaelson and Aria Shahghasemi as Landon Kirby. The upcoming new tvshow Rebecca Breeds plays is Clarice - Season 1 which will be released on Feb 11, 2021.

A gifted actress with a magnetic allure on screen, Rebecca Breeds is quickly establishing herself as one of Hollywood's most promising newcomers.Breeds can be seen starring in the title role of CBS's CLARICE. Set in 1993, one year after the events of THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, the chilling drama series shifts the lens onto the untold story of FBI agent Clarice Starling (Breeds) as she returns to the field while navigating the high stakes political world of Washington, D.C. The role, which was originated by Jodie Foster and earned her an Academy Award, is heralded by the American Film Institute as the greatest heroine in film history. Created by Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet and co-starring Michael Cudlitz, Lucca de Oliveira and Kal Penn, the ten-episode series premiered on February 11, 2021.In 2015, she starred as 'Aurora de Martel' in the third season of The CW's THE ORIGINALS. Created by Julie Plec, the series follows a family of power-hungry thousand-year-old vampires as they work to take back the city they built and dominate all those who did them wrong. In 2013, Breeds made her American television debut in Rob Greenberg's WE ARE MEN for CBS. Also starring Kal Penn, Jerry O'Connell, Chris Smith and Tony Shalhoub, the comedy followed four single guys who live in a short-term apartment complex. Breeds played 'Abby Russo,' Frank's (Shahloub) charming daughter.She is perhaps best well known to Australian audiences for her role as 'Ruby Buckton' in 7 Network's HOME AND AWAY. The long-running series chronicles the lives, loves, happiness, and heartbreaks of the residents of Summer Bay, a small coastal town just outside of Sydney. Her performance earned her a Logie Award nomination for Most Popular New Female Talent in 2009 and a subsequent nomination for Most Popular Actress in 2010.In 2006, she made her television debut in the second and third seasons of Dennis Kiely and Noel Price's BLUE WATER HIGH. Additional television credits include Craig Sweeny's THE CODE, ABC FAMILY's hit drama series PRETTY LITTLE LIARS, NBC's THE BRAVE, ABC's NOTORIOUS, John Glenn's pilot MIRANDA'S RIGHTS and Mushroom Pictures's mini-series MOLLY.On the big screen, Breeds previously starred in Partho Sen-Gupta's SLAM, opposite Adam Bakri and Rachael Blake. The film premiered at the 2019 Sydney Film Festival and was released in Australia on July 1, 2020. Prior, she was seen in Ben Elton's THREE SUMMERS, opposite Robert Sheehan. The film first premiered at the 2017 Melbourne International Film Festival and later screened at the 2018 Edinburgh International Film Festival. In 2013, she starred in BHAAG MILKHA BHAAG, which won several Indian film awards including the 2014 Screen Award for Best Film, the 2014 National Film Award for Best Popular Film and the 2014 International Indian Film Academy Award for Best Picture.She made her feature film debut in Dan Castle's NEWCASTLE, which premiered at the 2008 Tribeca Film Festival, where it was nominated for Best Narrative Feature.Originally from Australia, Breeds resides in Los Angeles.

  • Birthday

    Jun 17, 1987
  • Place of Birth

    Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
  • Also known

    Rebecca Elizabeth Breeds

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