Actor. Comedian. Filmmaker. Artist.
Rebecca Lee is a Los Angeles-based actor and filmmaker. She studied acting at Atlantic Acting School in New York City as well as the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles. Notable film and television credits include Crazy Ex-Girlfriend on the CW, Miranda July's Kajillionaire, and the soon-to-be released Comedy Central movie Out of Office, written/directed by Paul Lieberstein and starring alongside Milana Vayntrub, Ken Jeong, Jay Pharoah, and Leslie Jones.
She recently starred as "A" in the Los Angeles premiere of An Intervention by Mike Bartlett at The Hudson Theatre in Los Angeles. She will be reprising this role in June 2022 during the Hollywood Fringe Festival.
In addition to acting, Rebecca also has a passion for improv, performing every Monday night at 8pm in Holy Shit Improv at The Silverlake Lounge along with various other theaters throughout Los Angeles.
She has a podcast called, How the Fuck Did You Get So Confident?, where she interviews her friends and peers about just that! Available wherever you listen to podcasts. Notable guests include Rachel Bloom, Shelley Hennig, Ashley Johnson, Echo Kellum, and more.
Rebecca is also a writer and producer having the latest short film she produced, Beginner's Luck, starring Matthew Gray Gubler, Lauren Lapkus, Mary Holland, Ego Nwodim, herself, and others, win various awards on the festival circuit including the Grand Prize at the 2020 Hollywood Comedy Shorts Film Festival and the Audience Award at the Chicago Comedy Film Festival 2020.
Whether she’s acting, writing, directing, or producing, Rebecca is an artist first, looking to create projects that will act as a mirror held up to society, helping people to reflect on themselves and the world around them rather than hide from it.