Rebecca Rapoport-Cole is a Canadian-born opera singer turned actor, based in New York City. 

Her credits include starring with Academy-Award nominee Eric Roberts in Andronicus, with Kinematics, which premiered alongside James Gunn’s Suicide Squad at Montreal’s Fantasia International Film Festival and had its American debut at the Brooklyn Horror Festival, in October 2021.

She received a Best Actress win (No-Hu International Film Festival) and three Best Actress nominations (Grove Film Festival, Hang Onto Your Shorts Film Festival, and Brightside Tavern Film Festival) for her work in the comedy My Dad and Bob Todd, with Grey Machine Films, which was awarded Official Selection status at over 20 film festivals across the US. 

Additional credits include: Chelsea Film Festival and New York Shorts nominee Big News, with Don’t Look Pictures; Inner City Rats, with What’s Next to the Moon Pictures, distributed by Sony 1091 Media; and A Good Vegan is Hard To Find, on Amazon Prime

Select Off-Broadway and New York theatre credits include: Tony-Award nominee Dave Malloy and Jason Craig’s Beardo, with the Pipeline Theatre Company; Entech:A Digital Musical (semi-finalist at the New York New Works Theatre Festival); and Cagebirds, at the Producers Club in Times Square. 

Rebecca Rapoport-Cole has a Masters of Opera from the Longy School of Music of Bard College and has studied acting at New York’s Bob Krakower Studio, as well as at The Freeman Studio. She currently coaches with The Moving Frame’s Welker White and LA's Loft Ensemble Artistic Director, Adam Chambers.

Forever a singer, when not on-screen Rebecca can be found belting anything from Jazz standards to the latest Musical Theatre tune in her apartment (so far, no complaints from the neighbors 🙌) and is currently manifesting a movie musical in her future.