Rebecca Peyton is an acclaimed actor and writer. Her one-woman show, Sometimes I Laugh Like My Sister, has achieved rave reviews, sold out a run at the Finborough, been a hit at the Pleasance in Edinburgh and toured throughout the UK, Europe and South Africa. It is published by Oberon books.
Recent work includes Another Planet by The Gramophones in April 2021. Check out the trailer featuring Rebecca as alien Astrid here. She has also recently appeared in an outdoor promenade production of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol for the historic Theatre Royal in Bury St Edmunds: “Rebecca Peyton looming out of the darkness on stilts as a huge black-clad Ghost of Christmas Future is an image not to be forgotten“. Rebecca has also featured in Much Ado About Nothing with Shakespeare’s Wanderers and Richard II at the Rose, Bankside.
Her other theatre includes work at the Park, the Arcola, Bristol Old Vic, the Gate, Theatre 503, Latitude, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds and the Soho.
She played the title role in BBC’s True Stories: Elizabeth Fry and has a plethora of TV and film credits, including Eastenders, Casualty, Stan and the films The Incident and Where I Belong.