Rebecca Ozer is an American actress, writer, voiceover artist, and singer. She also has a strong love for dancing and drawing. She trained at intensive courses at NYU Tisch, AADA and developed a well-rounded acting technique from an early age. In September 2016 she left her home of Jewish culture, bagels, and NY pizza and made the big leap across the Atlantic to train at The Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts. She recently finished her training in June 2019.
At LIPA, Rebecca was trained in acting for stage, screen, musical theatre, physical theatre, voiceover work, ADR, and more. She is an avid writer and poet. She enjoys writing short plays, mixed medium pieces, and screenwriting. She is a huge lover of jazz and thoroughly enjoys performing in cabarets.
Some recent credits include The Meeting- Edinburgh Fringe (Lisa) Slung Low's Red and Black (Queen of Death), Much Ado About Nothing (Hero), La Bête (Madeleine), A Matter of Life and Death (Frank Reeves). She was also lucky enough to play Ruth Bader Ginsburg in the physical theatre piece Wicked Women with Tmesis Theatre. Additionally this year she has been cast in a variety of short films and professional voiceover work with projects such as Rocketman and an AdsWizz Advert.