Rebekah Cook

CWVFF Speaker20142015201620172019

Rebekah Cook is a Christ-follower, team-player, and nonstop encourager. She lived in Spain with her missionary family for nearly twenty years before moving stateside to pursue screen acting. She got her start apprenticing with Advent Film Group, and since 2009 has served on both cast and/or crew for over twenty features and a handful of shorts.

Her film credits include The Screenwriters, Indescribable, Christmas Grace, Beyond the Mask, Polycarp, Princess Cut, Champion, Like Arrows, Indivisible, and Counter Column.

Participating in the casting and production process from both sides has cross-trained her skills in the industry, and enabled her to mentor other rising talent both in the craft of acting and the technical needs they will encounter on set. Whether acting, coaching, casting, or directing, Rebekah loves working with actors as they develop characters from a script and bring them to life on the screen. In addition to workshops, she provides video-conference coaching and career consultations for actors of all ages through her website.

​Off set, Rebekah enjoys serving as a vocalist on the worship team at her church, investing in the youth in her community, playing word games, thrift-shopping, and writing new songs! Her heartfelt calling is to be an ambassador of Christ and share God’s extravagant love with those around her.

Connect with Rebekah online: Facebook / Instagram / Official Website / IMDb

2019 Workshops by Rebekah Cook

  • 1-Minute Monologue Showcase

    All actors are invited to showcase their skills! Please prepare and bring your best 1-minute monologue* to present Live before the class and a panel of acting and casting professionals. Actors will take turns doing their sprint while our panel (led by casting director Beverly Holloway) settles in for the marathon. You will receive written evaluation and feedback on your performance, as well as a link to an upload of your clip** for additional review. Producers, directors, and others scouting talent for future projects are welcome to come watch!

    *Sign up on the provided sheet at Guild registration on Monday to determine order. Monologue content must be appropriate for all audiences, as all ages are welcome in the class. You may write something original or choose from existing Film/TV material (editing out other characters' lines as needed). Please come ready to slate with your name and location (city/state).

    **Link and online hosting services are sponsored by

  • What the Crew Wish Actors Knew

    What makes an actor "good to work with" from the crew's perspective? How do you balance technical needs with immersion in your craft? Understanding how to be a team-player will help you look your best, maximize your screen time, and can even produce life-long industry friends. From camera & sound to make-up & wardrobe, come learn practical tips and strategies to help you interact more effectively with each department! Q&A and interaction will be encouraged throughout.