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Rebekah Staton

Last updated 27 July 2014

Rebekah Staton
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Rebekah Staton

Born: 1981 (age: 40)


Rebekah Staton is a British actress who was raised in Stoke-on-TrentStaffordshire

She attended Wolstanton High School and trained at RADA.

Her TV credits include the 2007 Doctor Who two-parter "Human Nature"/"The Family of Blood", and as Althea in "These Being the Words of Marcus Tullius Cicero" and "Testudo et Lepus" (episodes in the series Rome). She plays Louise in BBC Three award-winning comedy series Pulling.

Other appearances include two episodes of The Amazing Mrs Pritchard, three of State of Play, and the film Bright Young Things. She had a small part in the 2006 mini series 'Jane Eyre'. She plays the character of the superhero "She-Force" in the 2008 ITV2 series No Heroics and played the character of Kelly in the BBC comedy Hometime.

In 2011, she acted as Caitlin in the Sky1 comedy series Spy

Stage work includes Paula/Shirley Honeywell/Sue Braithwaite in Playing With Fire by David Edgar at the National Theatre's Olivier auditorium (September–October 2005).

Rebekah was the narrator for the BBC Three and BBC America documentary '18 Pregnant Schoolgirls.'

She also is the Narrator for BBC's Don't Tell The Bride

She voices Bethany in Dragon Age 2.

She currently provides the voiceover for the Channel 5 documentary series Candy Bar Girls.

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