Rebel Wilson

Rebel Wilson

Rebel Wilson is an Australian actress, writer, and stand-up comedienne, and is known for her role as Toula in the television show "Pizza" and as Lucy in the television show "The Wedge".

Career

Rebel attended the Australian Theatre for Young People and on scholarship in Chicago with the renowned US comedygroup The Second City.

Rebel is also a writer, actor and stand-up comedian, and has appeared with the Sydney Theatre Company and performed at the Melbourne Comedy Festival. She also played an "Australian Idol" mad schoolgirl in a series of Telstra advertisements run through "Australian Idol" in 2004 and 2005. She also had a cameo in the feature film "Ghost Rider" with Nicolas Cage [ [http://rebelwilson.com/Bio.html#ActingFilm Rebel Wilson, Bio ] ] and made appearances on the Network Ten show Thank God You're Here in Series 3.

Rebel created and starred in the comedy series Bogan Pride on SBS TV and has also launched her new fashion label 'Fat Mandi' on the web site [http://www.fatmandi.com Fat Mandi] .

Filmography

* "Pizza" (2004-2007) - Toula
* "The Wedge" (2006-2007) - various characters
* "50 Years of Comic Relief" (2006)
* "Ghost Rider" (2007)
* "Thank God You're Here" (2007)
* "Monster House (Australian TV series)" (2008) - Penny
* "Bogan Pride" (2008) - Jennie [ [http://bigandlittlefilms.com/our-projects/project/bogan-pride Our Projects · Big and Little Films ] ]

References

External links

* [http://www.fatmandi.com Fat Mandi]
* [http://www.rebelwilson.com Rebel Wilson]
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