Born in Sydney in 1980, Rebel Wilson is an Australian actress. She attended Australian Theatre for Young People, graduating in 2003 and winning the ATYP International Scholarship to train with The Second City School of Comedy.
Wilson started her theatre career in 2002 where she wrote, produced and starred in The Westie Monogues, showing in Sydney. In June 2016, she played Ursula in The Little Mermaid at Hollywood Bowl, starring alongside Sara Bareilles, John Stamos and Glee star Darren Criss.
Her TV career started in 2003, where she played Toula in comedy series Pizza, as well as sketch comedy series The Wedge. Since then, Rebel has established herself as a comedian actress, appearing in many comedy TV series, including Rules of Engagemnet and Workaholics. She's also starred in Hollywood films including Bridesmaids and Pitch Perfect, winning the MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance for Pitch Perfect.
Wilson made her West End debut in 2016, playing Miss Adelaide in Guys and Dolls at The Phoenix Theatre.