Rebecca Blaine Carton is a New York-based writer, producer and actor who recently wrote and produced the short film “Smile” that was covered by Bustle, Women You Should Know, Women’s Rights News and shared on Upworthy reaching over a quarter of a million views.
She wrote, produced and starred in the award-winning short indie film “Introducing Parker Dowd” with comedian Lewis Black and the film went on to screen at 11 different film festivals.
With her creative partner Kira McCarthy, Rebecca co-wrote, co-produced and co-starred the Broad City meets Black Mirror sketch series “Living Thru The Lens” (celebrities include Andy Buckley, Lloyd Kauffman, “Double Rainbow” viral star, Susan Bennett a.k. the voice of Siri). Living Thru The Lens has been featured on Playbill, Splitsider, Quartz and Funny Or Die and has screened at ITV Fest, Brooklyn Web Fest, New York Web Fest and New Filmmakers!
Rebecca is currently in post-production for her new sketch series, Irritable Becca Syndrome, which will be released in early 2018. She is a proud member of the acting troupe Only Make Believe, a nonprofit founded by Broadway producer Dena Hammerstein, which sends actors into children’s hospitals and care facilities to perform interactive theatre. She currently lives in Brooklyn with her husband Daniel, her dog Parker and her cat Spock.
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