Rebecca Jenkins is one of those rare multi-talented people who makes it all look effortless. As an actor, she embodies her character down to every last nuance. As a singer, her voice carries a warmth that feels both real and ethereal.
Jenkins burst onto the Canadian film scene with her charismatic acting and singing performance in Anne Wheeler's "Bye Bye Blues", for which she received a Best Actress Genie Award. Her feature films include "Interstate 60", "Bob Roberts", "Darrow", "South of Wawa", "Cowboys Don't Cry" and Daniel MacIvor adaptations; "Past Perfect" and "Marion Bridge.
On television, Jenkins is well known for her starring roles in CBC and Alliance's successful series "Black Harbour", and in Atlantis's "Destiny Ridge". Please click here to read more.
LATEST NEWS & HAPPENINGS
Rebecca will appear in a new feature thriller titled "The Protector" -set to release in November, 2021. Rebecca plays a psychiatrist (Dr. Flora)
Rebecca just wrapped up a guest starring role as Phaedra Jacard, owner of a flourishing escort agency in two episodes of the new hit tv show "Family Law" on Global.
Rebecca has recorded backup vocals for a new recording by DOA
Here is some information on this Internationally renowned punk band: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/D.O.A._(band)#Second_reunion_and_recent_activity_(2014–present)
Rebecca has been recording backing vocals for Vancouver punk pop band "The Fray" - a popular pop-punk band in the late 1990's. They have just re-formed under the new moniker, "The Aleatonics".
Audiobooks that have been narrated by Rebecca that you may want to check out:
Fiction - “FLUSH”- release date October 15, 2021
Non-Fiction - “RECLAIMING THE COMMONS FOR THE COMMON GOOD"
Non-Fiction - "CHILDHOOD UNDER SEIGE"
Non-Fiction - "THE CORPORATION"
Non-Fiction - "THE BUSINESS OF BABY"
by Sarah Polley - Stories We Tell
The Province, B.C.