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Rebecca Humphries is a dramatist and performer from Britain. She has theater training and has performed in several plays and musicals. Rebecca has demonstrated her skill in the field with a number of outstanding performances during her career. In addition to her acting career, she has authored the scripts for two well-known plays: “Dizney Rascal” and “Prom Kween.” Rebecca’s TV gigs are another source of notoriety. ‘Molly’ from ‘National Theatre Live: The Kitchen’ is her best role to date out of all the roles she has played in TV shows. She once dated Seann Walsh, an actor. After Seann cheated on Rebecca twice, they called it quits.

Birth & Learning of Rebecca Humphries

On October 3, 1987, Rebecca was born in Norwich, in Norfolk County, England. Anne is the name of her mother. Jake is Rebecca’s younger brother. “Thorpe St. Andrew School” was her school. Rebecca has experience performing on stage. Rebecca’s mother was the one who initially recognized her acting prowess. Rebecca was encouraged by her to take part in several acting ventures. At the age of eight, Rebecca enrolled in the “Norwich Theatre Royal” arts course at her mother’s recommendation. She finally received training in the fundamentals of theater, which aided her later in her profession. Nonetheless, Rebecca had a stronger taste for humor than most of the other pupils. She feels that her profession has been greatly influenced by her lively family. Later on, Rebecca was cast in a prominent production at the “London Academy of Music and Dramatic Art.”

Rebecca started her acting career not long after graduating from drama school.

Career of Rebecca Humphries

Theater was where Rebecca got her start in acting. She had, however, debuted on television in 2011 with the mockumentary series “Come Fly With Me.” In one episode of the show, she portrayed a mother. Rebecca portrayed “Sally Bowles,” a showgirl, in the 2012 drama “I Am a Camera,” which took place in a kitchen sink. She performed as a variety of roles in the play “24 Hour Plays” that same year. Rebecca was then chosen to star in the drama “Open Court: Primetime.” Plays composed by elementary school students were presented in a new series at London’s “Royal Court Theatre.”

Rebecca started her professional TV career in 2013. She made appearances in the British TV sitcoms “Big Bad World” and “Seann Walsh World,” both of which aired on Comedy Central. In the documentary-drama “National Theatre Live: The Kitchen,” she had a cameo role. She was in the episode “The Intern,” where she played “Molly.” Thus far, this has been one of Rebecca’s most well-known television roles.

2014 presented Rebecca with new prospects. She developed the screenplay for “Dizney Rascal,” a popular comedy piece. She was greatly inspired to write this play’s screenplay because she is an avid admirer of “Disney.” With this, she debuted in the biggest arts festival in the world, the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Subsequently, Rebecca was chosen for two plays: “Temple” and the suspenseful drama “Pomona.” In the latter, she portrayed “Fay,” a prostitute. Rebecca continued her TV career concurrently, making an appearance in ITV’s post-apocalyptic romantic comedy “Cockroaches” as “Jennifer.”

“Prom Kween” is a musical theater piece written by Rebecca. The play, which told the true story of Matthew Crisson, a student who won the title of “prom queen” at “La Guardia High School” in New York, debuted in 2016 at Cowgate’s “Underbelly.” This critically praised musical gave Rebecca even more bragging rights. She was cast in the plays “Wild Honey” and “The Argument” that same year. Additionally, Rebecca portrayed Rachel in the BBC2 series “The Agency.”

Rebecca performed as “Herta” in “The Earthworks” and as “Sarah” in the drama “Myth” in 2017. She debuted on the radio the next year. In the BBC Radio 2 sitcom pilot “The World According to Harry Priest,” Rebecca portrayed “Julia.” She also portrayed “Gemma” in the “Riot Girls” radio series on “BBC Radio 4.” Rebecca portrayed a police officer in a “Hold the Sunset” episode on BBC.

Individual Life of Rebecca Humphries

Rebecca dated Seann Walsh, a British comedian. They had a cat named Winston and shared a home in Shepherd’s Bush, London.

Rumors of their breakup started to circulate in October 2018 after Seann and his partner on “Strictly Come Dancing,” Katya Jones, were spotted sharing a kiss in a London street. Rebecca then hinted that they were breaking up. She did not, however, provide an immediate confirmation. Later, she used Twitter to confirm the split. She went so far as to “unfollow” Seann on all social media sites.
Rebecca had supposedly been cheated on by Seann before. Actress Emily Atack was spotted dating him during the 2016 Edinburgh Festival.

Rebecca has hinted that “Strictly Come Dancing” would feature her. It appears from some of her “Twitter” tweets and interactions that she might take Seann’s position on the show, who cheated on her.

Random Facts of Rebecca Humphries

Rebecca loves everything “Disney.”
Taylor Swift is the singer she adores.
She likes to listen to music by “One Direction.”

Net worth of Rebecca Humphries

The estimated net worth of Rebecca Humphries is about $1 million.

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