Rebel Melanie Wilson is a talented songwriter, actress, and producer. The Australian actress is the brainpower behind top comedy series like Pizza, Variety, and What to Expect When You Are Expecting.
She is an award winner of MTV’s Best Breakthrough Performance Award, and Tropfest’s best actress award. In 2017, Rebel Wilson was nominated as one of the favorite comedic movie actresses by People’s Choice Awards.
Comedy critics describe Rebel Wilson as a scene-stealing artist who knows how to rock her infectious rebelliousness on stage. Her art has won the hearts of millions of fans around the world.
On March 2, 2019, Rebel Melanie Wilson hit the headlines after uniquely celebrating her 39th birthday. Wilson, a cast member in ‘Cats,’ an upcoming movie shared a video showcasing a new workout dancing style.
In the 30-minute birthday video, Rebel Wilson and her friends are seen wearing cat-like costumes dancing to their favorite tunes. Rebel branded the new workout dance as CATSERSIZE.
“My pals threw me a birthday surprise at Beverly Hills. We celebrated the day with CATSERSIZE, a perfect workout dance to get your summer body,” Rebel commented on the video uploaded onto her Instagram.
Apart from the Catsersize birthday video, Rebel Melanie Wilson spent part of her 39th birthday in a cake-making class at Milk Bar. Different from the ordinary birthdays where people buy birthday cakes for their anniversary, the actress baked her own.
“I took a cake-making class at Milk Bar, before going home for my birthday celebration. We ate the cake and four pizzas, and burnt them off with the Catsersize workout dance,” wrote the comic actress.
Before the birthday celebrations, the Australian star shared a photo of her posing with Judi Dench, Taylor Swift, James Corden, Idris Elba, Ian McKellen, and Jennifer Hudson. These artists are the intellects behind the upcoming Cats film. Read more: Pitch Perfect for Rebel Wilson | VanityFair and Isn’t it Romantic Trailer | Glamour
Wilson was born and raised in the ghetto side of Sydney, Australia. She was introduced to the world’s entertainment industry by her mom who enrolled her into an acting class. She was 15 at that time.
While in high school, Rebel’s drama teacher encouraged her to enter into Australia’s Tournament of Minds, a creative competition that unites young artists based in Australia. The Tournament of Minds augments young artists with vital stage performance skills.
“The Tournament of Minds detached me from my shell. I couldn’t be where I am if I had not joined the tournament,” says Rebel Melanie Wilson.
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