From 2006 onwards, Rebecca has hosted the program Sensing Murder, in which psychics use their skills to solve crimes.
Rebecca has appeared in two adaptions of Stephen King's books: the film Salem's Lot released in 2004, and the telvision mini-series Nightmares and Dreamscapes in 2006.
At the age of 17, Rebecca left work and school to nurse her ailing, alcoholic father until his death.
Rebecca has starred in, and worked as Executive Producer on, a new New Zealand film entitled The Map Reader. Rebecca plays the role of the teenage star's mother, and the film is due for release in 2008.
Rebecca featured in an Australian television advertisement for Advil, a brand of painkillers, from 2006 - 2008.
Rebecca was the Associate Producer for the 2001 movie Finding Hope.
Rebecca played Heather Randall in the 1997 movie Kangaroo Palace.
Rebecca was the Executive Producer for the 1997 movie Kangaroo Palace.
Rebecca played Penny McGregor in the 1997 Australian movie Joey.
In 2004 Rebecca starred with Claudia Karvan in Small Claims and also the sequel in 2005.
Favorite TV Shows: Sunday, Ally McBeal and The Practice
Favorite Book: To Kill a Mockingbird
Rebecca was in the 1998 movie 13 Gantry Row.
1998 Rebecca played Margaret Worby in the movie Day of the Roses.
In 2001 Rebecca played Hope Fox in the movie Finding Hope.
Favorite Role: Guinea Malone from Come in Spinner
Habbies: Reading, Hiking, Fishing and Horse Riding.
Favorite Movie: Gone with the Wind.
In 1999 Rebecca played Hilary Hexton in the movie Sabrina Down Under.
On the 7th of April 2004 Rebecca gave birth to her first child, a son, Zachary Edison Bell.
In 1994 Rebecca was in the movie Paperback Romance.
Rececca was in the theatre production of Happy Days - The Arena Mega Musical.
Rebecca got a AFI nomination for Best Actress in a Leading Role for Halifax.
Rebecca won a AFI Award for Best Actress in a Mini Series for her role as Guinea Malone in Come in Spinner.
Rebecca has won 2 Peoples Choice Awards for Most Popluar Television Actress.
Won a Silver Logie in 1991 for Most Outstanding Television Actress.
She married Richard Bell in 2001.
Height: 5' 8" (1.73m)
The role of Jane Halifax was written especially for Rebecca.
Rebecca: (to Andrew Denton on her childhood) Oh, I had a bit of an interesting upbringing. My father was an alcoholic and so didn't hold down many jobs. So we were constantly renting places and on the move. And he used to smash up the furniture and smash up the houses a bit, so we'd have to move.