Rebel Wilson celebrated her 39th birthday on March 2 in style. The Australian actress took to Instagram to share videos of surprise activities her friends planned for her birthday. In one of her Instagram videos, the actress and her friends displayed ecstatic “catzercise” dance moves learned during their 30-minute rehearsal. In the video, Wilson donned pink furry armbands and cat ears while her friends wore cat-ear headbands.
The actress thanked her friends for the surprise birthday party and further added that she was grateful to the milkbar store for the cake making class where she made her own birthday cake after which the actress and her pals ate pizza and then burnt it off with catzercise.
In another recent Instagram post, Rebel was seen posing with the cast all decked in cat costumes. The actress described the cast as incredible. “Just a bunch of cool cats’ playing.” she wrote. This year, Wilson will be starring in an upcoming cat’s film where she will act as Jennyanydots.
Alongside Wilson Rebel, other famous costars in the film are, James Corden, Judi Dench, Ian McKellar, Taylor Swift, and Idris Elba. In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Wilson Rebel revealed that working with Taylor Swift will bring a sultry vibe to her character. She described Taylor as a delicate singer and a lovely person.
Wilson Rebel is also a writer and producer. The pitch-perfect scene-stealing actress has won the hearts of fans worldwide with her confident, down to earth, raucous and earnest personality. Rebel’s road to success has not always been smooth though. Along the path, there have been doubters, canceled show and a relationship that did not last. However, with her hard work, Wilson is determined that nothing will slow her down.
She was once a timid shy girl
Wilson Rebel was once a nervous, timid girl. As a little girl, Wilson describes herself as oddly shy, bordering on a social disorder. Wilson grew up with her siblings Liberty, Ryot, and Annachi under the care of Beagle-breeder parents. Read more: Pitch Perfect for Rebel Wilson | VanityFair and Isn’t it Romantic Trailer | Glamour
She revealed to Marie Claire on an instance when her mom drove her to a community acting class but she couldn’t stop crying and holding onto the door when her mum dropped her. Her mother had to literally peel her off the car and force her into the class.
At the age of 15, the shy Wilson decided to push herself in debate clubs to open up more. It was the beginning of her wicked Rebel Wilson signature. She thanks her high school drama teacher for encouraging her to enter Tournament of Minds where she came out of the shell and this was her breaking point.
Rebel’s Education Background
Wilson Rebel attended an all-girls high school, Tara Anglican School for girls. This school encouraged girls to pursue their dream careers. Her first career choice was mathematics.
She graduated with a Bachelor of art and Bachelor of Laws degrees in 2009 at the University of New South Wales. She also attended Australian Theatre for Young People where she found footing on stage.
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