Rebecca Frith

Rebecca Frith
Born Rebecca Frith
Queensland, Australia
Occupation Actress
Years active 1993-present

Rebecca Frith is an Australian actress.


Since graduating from the National Institute of Dramatic Art in 1987, Frith has appeared in a diversity of TV shows (Water Rats (TV series), G.P., A Country Practice, MDA). Firth gained international acclaim as the older of two sisters vying for the attentions of a lecherous DJ in Shirley Barrett's Caméra d'Or winning debut, Love Serenade, screening in Un Certain Regard at the 1996 Cannes Film Festival. For the role she was awarded the Leonardo da Vinci prize for Best Actress, Debut Performance by the Beaux Arts Society in New York.

In 2002 she received an Australian Film Institute award nomination 'Best Actress in a Supporting or Guest Role in a Television Drama' for her role in Secret Bridesmaids' Business.

Frith's extensive stage credits include The Sydney Theatre Company's The Crucible, Midsummer Night's Dream, title role in Romeo & Juliet, and The Rain Dancers.



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