Rebecca Grant is now entering the fashion world with her own label, Rebecca Grant Fashion. It’s always been a dream of hers to express her creativity and talent for designing women’s clothing. The website of Recca Grant will be updated to an eStore with all of Rebecca’s fashion line available online, as well as boutiques.
Rebecca will be next seen on the big screens in a number of films which are yet to be released. In April 2012, Rebecca guest starred in “Apartment 23″ on ABC, and was seen in commercials for IHOP during the men’s college basketball championship.
Rebecca grew up the youngest of five girls in Buffalo, NY in a single parent household and is a graduate of the University of New York at Buffalo with a joint major in psychology and communication. Rebecca feels strongly about setting the right example for young actors and actresses, and stresses to always put your education first, and then you can start your career in acting. Rebecca began her television career as the on-air host for The Buffalo Bills NFL Show. Her talent was recognized by the major sports networks and Rebecca soon found herself working as a correspondent for ESPN and FOX Sports World. In a few short years she rose from sideline correspondent to co-hosting the show NFL – Under the Helmet for the National Football League and hostingVerizon Football Zone on FOX.
Rebecca’s on-camera presence got her recognized by Hollywood’s top brass. She has been cast in features: Brothers, Get Low, Double Tab, Super Shark and Strange Case of Jekyll and Mr. Hyde; television shows: The District, She Spies, Providence, Third Watch, Third Rock from the Sun; and commercials by Budweiser, Coors and Keystone. Her favorite acting experience came while working alongside Tobey Maguire in the movie Brothers. Rebecca recently finished two features and has another in production.
After losing her mother to breast cancer, Rebecca has become an advocate for the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation and participates in the annual Revlon Run/Walk to Eradicate Cancers in Women. Rebecca has also participated in charities for Universal Love Foundation, which helps single parents survive, while still keeping the family together.