Rebecca Gibel is an award-winning actor, singer and voice-over artist who is grateful to be doing what she loves. Born in Syracuse, raised in Albuquerque, and currently living in Providence, RI as a Resident Actor at Trinity Rep, Ms. Gibel has worked across the country and in television and film, most recently appearing on CBS’s Blue Bloods. One of Rebecca’s passions is developing new plays and musicals. She has workshopped new work with Trinity Rep, Huntington Theatre Company, McCarter Theatre Center, Fiasco Theatre, Arden Theatre Company, Lark Play Development Center, Brown University, Creede Repertory Theatre, Fault Line Theatre, and many more. Rebecca was voted Audience Choice for Best Year by an Actress by the Denver Post. Her work has been nominated for the Denver Ovation Award for Best Actress in a Musical (Hope in Urinetown), Memphis Theatre Award for Best Supporting Actress (the Mistress in Evita), New York Innovative Theatre Award for Best Revival (Aristophanes’ Frogs), and the Independent Reviewers of New England (IRNE) Award for Best Actress in a Musical (Ado Annie in Oklahoma, Guenevere in Camelot). In addition to stage and film work, Ms. Gibel can be heard voicing hundreds of characters in over 100 audiobooks for Audible, Inc., Tantor Media, HarperAudio, and Hachette Audio. Recent titles include An Intimate Life (the basis for the critically-acclaimed film The Sessions), Cleo Coyle’s popular Coffeehouse Mystery Series, and the NY Times Bestseller The Lifeboat. Rebecca’s extensive training includes an MFA from Brown University/Trinity Rep, a BA from the College of William and Mary, and 2 lonely months as a customer service rep for America Online.
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