Rebecca Auerbach is an award-winning Canadian actor, writer and musician that works in film, television, radio and theatre. Although she now is based out of Toronto, Rebecca was born and raised in Vancouver, where she attended the prestigious Studio 58 theatre training program and graduated at the top of her class in 2002. Immediately after graduation she carved out a home for herself in the professional theatre scene in Vancouver playing lead roles on some of the cities largest stages. At the end of her first year as a professional she was honoured to receive the Jessie Award for Most Promising Newcomer. She has worked with The Vancouver Playhouse, The Arts Club Theatre, Bard on the Beach Shakespeare Festival, Yorick Theatre, Laughing Day Productions, Carousel Theatre, Savage God, Alberta Theatre Projects, Theatre Calgary, Theatre Aquarius, The Factory Theatre, The Blyth Festival, Thousand Island's Playhouse, Drayton Entertainment, Summerworks, Fringe Toronto, Festival Players, Lighthouse Theatre, Pomme Grenade Productions, Acting Upstage Company, The Belfry Theatre and The Charlottetown Festival. Her grounded performance in the Arts Club Theatre's production of Rabbit Hole earned her a Jessie Award nomination for Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role. A few months later her work in the Alberta Theatre Projects acclaimed production of East of Berlin garnered her another nomination, this time for a Betty Mitchell Award for Outstanding Actress in a Supporting Role.
As an emerging playwright, her first full-length play, "Your Side, My Side, and the Truth" was produced at the 2012 Summerworks Festival to critical acclaim.
Rebecca's expressive face can be seen on numerous television commercials across the country and she is proud to have appeared on the indie film circuit at numerous festivals worldwide including the TIFF and Sundance Film Festivals. The rest of the time she can be found strumming her guitar and working on her next play, DIRT: A Low Fidelity Ballad, alongside co-creator, actor/musician J.D. Nicholsen.