Rebel Wilson has endeared audiences as one of the world’s most sought-after entertainers, whose work advocates a new narrative for women within the comedic landscape.  

As actress, writer and producer, Rebel is perhaps best known for her leading role in the Pitch Perfect film trilogy. Her performance in these films made her an instant fan favourite; garnering multiple People’s Choice, Grammy, Teen Choice and MTV Movie Award nominations and wins.

More recently, she has produced and starred in Warner Bros’ Isn’t It Romantic under her production banner ‘Camp Sugar’, along with upcoming film The Hustle, in which Rebel stars opposite Anne Hathaway in a story loosely based on the 1988 classic ‘Dirty Rotten Scoundrels’.

Rebel holds a double degree in Law and Arts (BA/LLB) from UNSW and trained as an actor at the Australian Theatre for Young People. She got her start in entertainment writing and performing on Sydney's stages and on the beloved Australian cult comedy series, Pizza.

She came into the public spotlight in 2002 with her stage musical The Westie Monologues, which she wrote, starred and produced in Sydney. Rebel went on to write and star in two further Australian television series, The Wedge and Bogan Pride before moving to the United States. 

Off-stage and screen, Rebel’s love of fashion inspired the launch Rebel Wilson X Angels, a plus-sized clothing line with a fashion-forward aesthetic. Since 2006 she has also been a strong supporter of the School of St. Jude in Tanzania, which fights poverty through education.