I'm a classically trained 6 ft actor/writer/VO artist who loves dogs and eats too many bagels. I also sing, draw, and dance. In 2016 I left my home of Jewish culture and NY pizza to make the big leap across the Atlantic and train at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. At LIPA I was trained in acting for stage and screen, physical theatre, voiceover work, accent work and more. Some recent credits of mine are The Meeting- Edinburgh Fringe (Lisa) Slung Low's Red and Black (Queen of Death), and Tmesis Theatre's Wicked Women (Ruth Bader Ginsburg). I also really enjoyed performing in the crowd vocals for the feature film Rocketman and voicing the new commercial for AdsWizz.
Check out a few reviews & testimonials:
The Meeting- Edinburgh Fringe
"Lisa's feistiness (Ozer) and the spits and spats she shares with Jules provide semi-violent delight."
-Freddie Green, Broadway Baby, August 2018
A Matter of Life and Death- LIPA
"Rebecca Ozer's performance in the role of Doc is outstanding. She gets the right balance between quirky and well-intended."
-Jacob Bush, North West End, March 2019
Tw*ts- The Unity Theatre
"All three give fantastic performances. The trio have a fantastic rapport and their real life friendship comes across through their performances."
-Jacob Bush, North West End, May 2019
"From the moment Rebecca arrived on set she was totally focussed, inventive and contributed at a very high level to our whole shoot process. Her preparation was excellent and her professionalism exemplary. She has a deeply rooted, well-informed commitment to her work and would be a generous and valuable asset to any creative team."
-Peter Cox MBE, Writer and Director