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Rebeca Aleman

Rebeca begins her theater career under the guidance of Enrique Porte in Venezuela, The School of Drama “Philippe Gaulier” in London and at The Lee Strasberg Theater Institute in New York City.  At the age of 17, she becomes a member of the first stable cast of the National Youth Theater of Venezuela. She also develops a successful career on Venezuelan TV,  being nominated in 1994 to the National Artist  Award as Actress Revelation of the year  for her performance in the soap opera “Por estas Calles”. In 1997 she becomes cast-member for the Gramercy Arts Theater in New York City.  Rebeca has played lead roles in different productions and theater plays: “The House of Bernarda Alba” as Adela; “Yerma”; “Denegado” by Bernard Shaw, “I woke up wanting to die” and “Deranged Chronicles”, plays from what she received The ACE Award, NYC as Best Actress and Actress Revelation of the year (2003-2004), “Encuentro en el Parque Peligroso and “Los Elegidos” among others. In  2006 she worked in “El Desprecio” in Radio Caracas Television, a soap opera for what she was nominated to The National Award “2 de Oro” as Best Actress 2007. As of now, she is producing and performing the lead role in the play “Algunos lo piensan. Nosotros lo decimos”.

In 2008 Co-directed the short films “Como se mata uno” and “Cállense. Cállense”.

This year, “El Universal”, one of the most renowned newspapers in Venezuela, included Rebeca in its Anniversary Edition as one of the most prominent Venezuelan abroad.

More info about Rebeca in her website.

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