The career of Australian Actress and comedian, Rebel Wilson has seen her carve out a number of memorable roles from “Pitch Perfect” to “Bridesmaids” and “How to be Single.”
The rise of Wilson has been dramatic in Hollywood after she made her mark in just her fourth film, “Bridesmaids” as the character of Brynn alongside her mentor and friend, comedian Matt Lucas. From playing the girl in the alley in the “Ghost Rider” movie alongside Nicholas Cage in 2007, Rebel Wilson has become a leading lady in Hollywood with her role of Natalie in 2019s “Isn’t It Romantic.”
Signed to the impressive William Morris Endeavor Agency in 2010, Wilson knew she was set for success when her new agent explained to the actress there was no other actress on the books of the group such as her.
Wilson has been a resident of Los Angeles for over seven years and found a soulmate in the English comedian, Matt Lucas who she worked with on “Bridesmaids.” The friends became housemates for the majority of those early years in Holywood for both comedians with Rebel Wilson undergoing something of a life change during her time in Southern California.
After living her life not being overly concerned about her appearance, Rebel Wilson admits she has begun to take a little better care of her health in recent years. Over the course of the last few years, Wilson has decided to undertake a gluten-free lifestyle but has not decided to take her new diet to the extremes of many Hollywood actresses. Read more: Pitch Perfect for Rebel Wilson | VanityFair and Isn’t it Romantic Trailer | Glamour
The actress who made her name as Fat Amy in the “Pitch Perfect” franchise explains she does not feel the need to battle to match the actresses she describes as “glamors” who take dieting to the extremes.
In 2019, the life of Rebel Wilson looks set to change dramatically once more with her first attempt at carrying the load of a major Hollywood romantic comedy. “Isn’t it Romantic” teams Wilson with her fellow Australian, Liam Hemsworth, and fellow “Pitch Perfect” alumni, Adam DeVine.
News that “Isn’t It Romantic” has been picked up for an international release by Netflix adds to the buzz already forming around the career and next act in the life of Australian comedian, Rebel Wilson.