Photos with Rebecca Klingler
Rebecca was born in Kokomo, Indiana and moved to the small college town of North Manchester as an infant. Her father taught Engilsh at Manchester College while Rebecca's mother raised their seven of which Rebecca was fourth. While attending The University of Evansville in southern Indiana, Rebecca played the leading role in "All the Way Home," which won the American College Theatre Festival in 1981 and played at The Kennedy Center in Washington DC. Read more... umbrella. Eventually, she returned to acting and in 1988 began a year at Theatre on the Square in Memphis, where she fulfilled a life-long dream of playing Peter Pan, as well as Stella in "Streetcar Named Desire." After leaving Memphis, Rebecca spent six years with The San Francisco Mime Troupe, the Tony Award-winning musical theatre company, known for its broad style and political satire. With them she starred in the Obi Award-winning production of "Seeing Double." While in San Francisco, the director Jon Amiel, cast Rebecca in her first film, "Copy Cat," upon which she decided it was time to migrate to Los Angeles. Shortly after arriving, casting director, Mali Finn cast Rebecca in both "LA Confidential" and "Titanic." Rebecca has remained in Los Angeles, where she now writes, produces, and stars in her own shorts for the internet. She also teaches kids acting at Gary Spatz' Playground and is an Iyengar-based yoga instructor.