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I'm quite impressed by your ability to imbue so much drama & tension into your performance, giving it a grounded, naturalistic, humane feel while leavening it with a deftly light touch in such a way that the two seemingly contradictory tones enhance, even complete, each other. Brilliantly done!

Audiobook Producer, Ian McInnes, Learning Ally

"As the resident love interest Rebecca Avery is like a living breathing Stradavarius, using the depth of her vocal range to create an indelible character.

REVIEWPLAYS.COM

"Rebecca Avery does a noteworthy turn as a woman who takes pleasure in life, yet can also use and destroy people with ease." LOS ANGELES TIMES

"Avery steals the show with a performance that is by turns laceratingly funny, cannily intelligent, sexily manipulative and passionately dramatic." VARIETY

(review for "The Brothers Karamazov" at The John Anson Ford also starring John Goetz and Paul Witten)

The art of understatement is such that one must feel the pain that lies beneath in order for it to matter, otherwise it's just one big throwaway.  You brought all that pain and more.  I loved your voice, your intelligence and you were a delight to work with." 

LEO GETER (Exec. Producer, Writer on Major Crimes, The Closer and Close To Home)

Rebeccas reels "show such a great range of work, and it’s all so grounded and natural!"

Raylin Smith, Betty Mae Casting

"Avery portrays her character beautifully as an earthy sensualist."  CALENDARLIVE.COM

"Rebecca is the kind of actor who grounds the entire room when she begins, she has such presence, grace and raw power.  Her range of character and depth of emotion is rare to see and inspiring to witness."

MAGGIE KILEY, Film Director, EP, Writer

(Dirty John, Riverdale, Guidance, AHS, Caught)

"Featuring Rebecca Avery's solid performance as a remorseless murderer."

LA WEEKLY

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