Rebel Wilson reveals how a hallucination helped launch her acting career
Rebel Wilson is a singer, writer, actor and producer but is probably best known for playing hilarious and funny movie characters like Fat Amy from Perfect or Brynn from Bridesmaids; whose characters catapulted her into the arms of Hollywood where she has never ceased to make a name for herself on the big screen.
The question is, where did Rebel come from and how the hell did she go from a dedicated law student to a great Hollywood actress?
In a fascinating and downright hysterical conversation with Jamila Rizvi from The briefing, Rebel describes her journey to stardom, from a hallucination caused by malaria in Africa to her nightly acting classes at the Australian Theater For Young People in Sydney.
The rebels’ success has since come full circle, allowing her to donate a million dollars to the Australian Theater For Young People in Sydney and prove to those who didn’t already know that she is a true human gem.
We also find out how Rebel landed one of her first notable roles alongside a group of Hollywood stars and how she ended up in a strip club with the comedy genius and former SNL actress. Kristen Wiig.
Tune in to the full chat with the always awesome Rebel Wilson below…
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