Rebecca was featured in the first ever Got Milk? ad to feature leading daytime stars, along with ABC Daytime actresses Bobbie Eakes and Kassie DePaiva. The ad appeared in the June 17th and June 24th 2008 issues of Soap Opera Digest.
Rebecca is right handed.
Rebecca speaks fluent German.
Rebecca supports the non-profit organization The Smile Train which provides cleft palate surgeries for underprivileged children around the world.
Rebecca would pick being a mother over anything in the world. She'd always choose her family first.
Rebecca continued working throughout her first pregnancy.
Rebecca would rather spend her time outside than in the gym, and prefers in-line skating and walking on a trail to hitting the treadmill.
She gained 36 pounds during her first pregnancy.
Rebecca and her husband met on the set of General Hospital.
Rebecca created the role of Elizabeth Webber on General Hospital in 1997.
She is allergic to cats and afraid of heights.
Her parents, Debbie and Wayne, runs an Internet shopping site.
Rebecca has dark brown hair and blue eyes.
Rebecca has two nick names; Liberty
Her height is 5' 2" (1.57 m).
In May 1999, she received her first Emmy nomination for Outstanding Younger Actress.
In 1999 Rebecca won a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Younger Lead Actress.
She started doing comercials at the age of 6.
Rebecca started walking when she was only ten months of age.
Rebecca had her first ice skating competition at the age of 5 or 6.
Her mother was a drill team skater, and the one to get Rebecca in to skating.
Rebecca was only 3 years old when she first entered the ice.
Rebecca's mother was designing her ice skating costumes.
Rebecca has her own clothing label: Liberty Designs by Rebecca Herbst.
Rebecca is married to actor, Michael Saucedo (June 2001+) and they have two children, son Ethan Saucedo (born October 31, 2001), and daughter Ella Bailey Saucedo (born on April 12, 2004).
Becky: I love being a mom! I feel as if I have lost my single identity as "Becky", but have gained a much stronger and more important identity as a "wife" and "mother". Now, I stop to smell the roses because I can see just how fast life is going by.
Rebecca: When I graduated high school, I asked for a sewing machine, because I realized that being only five two and more on the petite side, that everything I buy has to be altered. Everything has to be hemmed, or taken in.