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Rebel Wilson Nude

rebel-wilson-nudeBirth Name:               Rebel Wilson

Birth Date:                 February 3, 1986

Birth Place:                Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

Siblings:                      Liberty, Ryot, Annachi

Twitter:                       @RebelWilson


Rebel Wilson is an Australian actress, writer, and stand-up comedian. She began appearing as Toula in the SBS comedy series Pizza from 2003 and made several appearances in the sketch comedy series The Wedge. In 2008, Wilson wrote, produced and starred in the musical comedy series Bogan Pride. The following year, she won the Tropfest Best Actress award for her role in Bargain and made a guest appearance in City Homicide. Shortly after moving to the United States, Wilson was cast as Brynn in the feature film Bridesmaids. The actress went on to star in A Few Best Men, What to Expect When You’re Expecting and Struck by Lightning, leading Variety to name her one of their “Top Ten Comics To Watch for 2011”. Wilson also appeared as Becky in Bachelorette and became the first actress to be cast in Pitch Perfect. Her role as Fat Amy earned her three award nominations. Wilson is writing a comedy called Super Fun Night for the ABC network.

Early and Personal Life

Wilson was born on February 3, 1986 and raised in Sydney, Australia. Rebel is her real name. Her parents named her after a girl who sang at their wedding. Wilson has three siblings; Liberty, Ryot and Annachi. Liberty and Ryot appeared on the first season of The Amazing Race Australia. Her parents were professional dog handlers, so Rebel grew up going to dog shows every weekend. She helped out her parents by being a junior handler.

Throughout high school Wilson’s first career choice was mathematics. Wilson told The Sydney Morning Herald, “I was very academic at high school and was always good with numbers.” Wilson attended the University of New South Wales, where she studied Law and Arts (Theatre and Performance Studies). She is a former Rotary International Youth Ambassador for Australia and was based in South Africa for one year, where she contracted malaria. Wilson had hallucinations in which she saw herself as an actress who had won an Oscar. This then convinced her to pursue an acting career.

In July 2011, Wilson became a spokesperson for weight loss and nutrition company Jenny Craig in Australia. In January 2012, Wilson revealed to James Wigney and Elle Halliwell of The Daily Telegraph that she had lost 10 kilograms (22 lb) since signing up to the program. She also revealed the producers of Pitch Perfect had refused to let her lose any more weight during filming, as her contract stated she must stay the same size. Wilson said once her film commitments were over, she would start her diet again to reach her target weight of 80 kilograms (180 lb).


Wilson studied at the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP). In 2003, she went to New York after winning the ATYP International scholarship to train with The Second City. Wilson is a writer, producer and stand-up comedian, and has appeared with the Sydney Theatre Company and performed at the Melbourne Comedy Festival. She first came to the public’s attention with her stage musical The Westie Monologues which she wrote, starred in and produced in Sydney. Her follow-up stage productions which she wrote, produced and starred in include Spunks and Confessions of an Exchange Student.

In Australia, Wilson is most known for her roles as Toula on SBS comedy series Pizza and as various characters including Lucy, Fat Mandi and Karla Bangs on the sketch comedy series The Wedge. Wilson played an Australian Idol mad schoolgirl in a series of Telstra advertisements shown during Australian Idol from 2004 to 2005. She also had roles in the feature films Fat Pizza and Ghost Rider. In 2008, Wilson created, wrote, produced and starred in the musical comedy series Bogan Pride on SBS One and also starred in the improvisational Nine Network series Monster House. In 2009, Wilson won the Tropfest Best Actress award for her role in the film Bargain. She has made appearances on the improvisational comedy show Thank God You’re Here and the comedy game show Talkin’ ‘Bout Your Generation. She also performed stand-up on the television special The Breast Darn Show In Town. Wilson guest starred in the Seven Network drama City Homicide and performed improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles.

Upon moving to the United States, Wilson signed to talent and literary agents William Morris Endeavor. American audiences first became acquainted with the Australian actress, thanks to her breakout role as the interloping sister of Kristen Wiig’s roommate in the 2011 comedy “Bridesmaids.”

Wilson then appeared in the CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement and on the Comedy Central series, Workaholics. She co-hosted the 2010 ARIA Music Awards and performed at the inaugural Variety’s Power of Comedy event in Los Angeles with Lucas and Russell Brand. In early 2011, Wilson filmed A Few Best Men at Fox Studios Australia. She also filmed a role in Small Apartments. On 11 July 2011, it was announced Wilson had joined the ensemble comedy What to Expect When You’re Expecting as Janice. She has also joined the upcoming Indie film, Struck By Lightning. Wilson was named one of Variety magazine’s “Top Ten Comics To Watch for 2011.”

On 19 August 2011, Borys Kit of The Hollywood Reporter reported Wilson had replaced Casey Wilson in Bachelorette. Borys also reported Wilson has become the first person to be cast in the romantic comedy Pitch Perfect and she would voice a character in Ice Age: Continental Drift. For her performance as Fat Amy in Pitch Perfect, Wilson received various award nominations, including Best Supporting Actress from the San Diego Film Critics Society and Best Actress in a Comedy from the Broadcast Film Critics Association.

In January 2012, Michael Ausiello of TVLine announced Wilson would be writing and starring in Super Fun Night, a comedy which follows three friends on a quest to have fun every Friday night. The pilot was picked up by CBS and Conan O’Brien became one of the executive producers. The pilot was later turned down by CBS, but Nellie Andreeva of reported that the ABC network was close to a deal to re-pilot the project. Andreeva revealed Super Fun Night would become a single-camera set up instead of multi-camera. On 27 March 2012, Adam B. Vary of Entertainment Weekly reported Wilson had joined the cast of Michael Bay’s Pain & Gain as Ramona Eldridge. Wilson will host the 2013 MTV Movie Awards.



2012    Pitch Perfect

Fat Amy

2012    Ice Age: Continental Drift
Raz (voice)

2012    What to Expect When You’re Expecting

2012    Struck by Lightning
Malerie Baggs

2012    Small Apartments

2012    Bachelorette

2011    A Few Best Men

2011    Workaholics (TV series)
Big Money Hustla

2011    Bridesmaids

2010    Rules of Engagement (TV series)

2009    City Homicide (TV series)
Sarah Gilbert

2009    Bargain! (short)

2008    Bogan Pride (TV series)
Jenny Cragg

2008    Monster House (TV series)
Penelope Webb

2006-2007 The Wedge (TV series)
Various Characters

2003-2007 Pizza (TV series)

2007    Ghost Rider
Girl in Alley

2006    World Record Pizza (TV series)

2003    Fat Pizza


  • Rebel is a distant relative of Walt Disney.
  • She has two middle names — Melanie Elizabeth. Rebel and each of her siblings have a regular middle name and then a third name after British royalty! Reb got the Queen.
  • A former Youth Ambassador for Australia. She was based in Southern Africa.
  • Has a law degree from the prestigious University of New South Wales, graduating in 2009.
  • Is left-handed.
  • Encouraged her siblings, Ryot and Liberty, to try out for the first season of Amazing Race Australia.
  • She has a little bit of training in martial arts and can toss around nun-chucks like an absolute pro.
  • Trained at the New York Film Academy and the Second City Training Center, after receiving a scholarship via the Australian Theatre for Young People.
  • Rebel can rap! Her alter ego is named Rebelicious, and she’s got a way with words.
  • She lives with her “Bridemaids” co-star, Matt Lucas.
  • ·         She once complimented Nicolas Cage’s hair – before she realized he had on a wig.
  • Rebel loves Ice-cream that has stuff in it, like cookie dough, or chunks of honeycomb.
  • Relaxes by having bubble baths or listening to hardcore rap.


  • I went to a hospital in Johannesburg and the way they treat you is with very, very powerful drugs and intensive care. I lost my hearing for two weeks! I was in the hospital bed hallucinating on drugs. I hallucinated that I was an actress and that I won an Oscar and instead of doing an acceptance speech, I did an acceptance rap and the crowd loved it. I can actually kind of remember it. It was like: ‘Listen up y’all, I got something to say, it’s about this award, that I won today…
  • I went for a few auditions for local plays in Australia, but they wouldn’t think twice about casting me. I thought, I’ll write my own play for myself and put myself in it and everyone can see how funny I am. And it worked! The first play I wrote, I wrote in two nights and it was a big hit in Sydney. It had four seasons in the first year.
  • I know, I pick up the roles other actresses don’t want. When there’s movies where there are two sisters and one’s the uglier sister, there’s always no actress that wants to go for it. I’m like, why not! They’re the best roles!
  • I could be a practising lawyer if I wanted to be. I don’t know how seriously people would take me, though.
  • I trained in musical theater when I was training as an actor, and I love it. I’ve done workshops for professional musicals but I’ve never actually had time to do the actual productions, because theater is a big commitment. But I love singing.
  • I dared Daniel Day Lewis to incorporate the word ‘sherpa’ into his speech, and he did!!!
  • One day I was like, why aren’t Americans pissed off that these Australians are taking their acting jobs? Because we’re friends. The countries are friends.
  • I bought ingredients to make pavlova for me and Matt at Christmas. I’m sure you can buy sugar and vanilla essence in America but it might not taste the same. (Airport) customs might not like it but we’ll see what happens.
  • My sister went to the supermarket (in Sydney) and bought a load of chocolate. I’ve got a suitcase full of it to take back with me. It’s so heavy… The chocolate… tastes different in America. It’s just not the same. There’s no Cadbury’s. I miss Cadbury’s Peppermint, Mars Bars, Smarties.
  • I love those Hemsworth brothers. It’s weird, because you kind of know who everybody is, but I’m not shallow enough to say, “We’re best friends!” When I came over another guy came who I knew, Jason Gann, who has a show on FX called Wilfred — we kind of helped each other a bit because we were friends from before in Australia. But it’s not like you can just call up Nicole Kidman. I’d just feel weird about it. But I love that Americans are so accepting of Australians and think we’re really good actors. I have a theory about that: I think in the wars, Australia’s always helped America and we’ve been allies, so I think culturally somehow there’s an acceptance.
  • (on moving to LA) It’s been good but it was really hard at first. Moving to another country where nobody knows you and you don’t know anyone, and trying to basically start from scratch because even though I’d done 13 TV shows in Australia no one knew me here. So you have to prove yourself — and random stuff, you have to find a place to live, you literally come with one or two suitcases and that’s all you have… I underestimated how hard it was going to be. It’s really tough when something bad happens and you don’t have any family members or anyone in this country. But you make friends and you start working here and it becomes so amazing. L.A. has the best weather! I come from culture where you drive everywhere, so I love driving everywhere — and I love that you have valet here, we don’t have that in Australia.