Rebel Wilson

Rebel Melanie Elizabeth Wilson[note 1] (born Melanie Elizabeth Bownds; 2 March 1980) is an Australian actress, writer, and producer. After graduating from the Australian Theatre for Young People in 2003, she began appearing as Toula on the Special Broadcasting Service (SBS) comedy series Pizza and the sketch comedy series The Wedge. In 2008, Wilson wrote, produced and starred in the musical comedy series Bogan Pride. The following year, she won the Tropfest best actress award for her role in Bargain and made a guest appearance in City Homicide. Shortly after moving to the United States, Wilson was cast as Brynn in the feature film Bridesmaids.

Rebel Wilson
Wilson in 2012
Melanie Elizabeth Bownds

(1980-03-02) 2 March 1980
ResidenceWest Hollywood, California, U.S.
Alma materUniversity of New South Wales
  • Actress
  • writer
  • producer
  • singer
Years active2002–present

Wilson also appeared in A Few Best Men, What to Expect When You're Expecting and Struck by Lightning, leading Variety to name her one of their "Top Ten Comics to Watch for 2011." She also appeared as Becky in Bachelorette and starred in the musical comedy Pitch Perfect film series as Fat Amy, a role that earned her several award nominations and wins, including the MTV Best Breakthrough Performance Award and a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress. She has also created and starred in Super Fun Night, a television comedy that aired for one season on ABC. In 2019, Wilson starred in Isn't It Romantic, her first lead role. She went on to play a con artist in The Hustle, a female-centred remake of Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, and Jennyanydots in Cats.

Early life and education

Wilson was born on 2 March 1980[1] in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia.[4] Her mother, Sue, is a professional dog handler.[5][6][7] Wilson grew up in the suburbs of Kenthurst, Parramatta and Castle Hill.[8] She attended Tara Anglican School for Girls.[2][9][10] She completed her Higher School Certificate in 1997, including second place in the state in Food Technology.[11]

Wilson has three siblings: sisters Liberty and Annaleise (who uses the name "Annarchi") and a brother, who uses the name "Ryot."[6][7][12][13] Liberty and Ryot appeared on the first season of The Amazing Race Australia in 2011, where they were the first team eliminated.[14] Wilson has stated that her great-aunt was Lillian Bounds, who was married to Walt Disney until his death in 1966.[15] Despite Wilson standing by this belief in court,[16] it continues to be disputed by genealogist Dale Sheldon.[17]

Wilson's first career choice was mathematics. She told The Sydney Morning Herald, "I was very academic at high school and was always good with numbers."[18] She attended the University of New South Wales, graduating in 2009 with Bachelor of Arts (Theatre and Performance Studies) and Bachelor of Laws degrees.[19] A former Rotary International youth ambassador for Australia, she was based in South Africa for one year, where she contracted malaria.[18][20] She has spoken of malaria-induced hallucinations, where she saw herself as an actress who had won an Oscar, convincing her to pursue an acting career.[20]


Early career (2002–2010)

Wilson studied at the Australian Theatre for Young People (ATYP).[21] In 2003 she moved to New York after winning the ATYP International scholarship, which was funded by Nicole Kidman. While she was in New York, Wilson trained with The Second City.[22][23] She appeared with the Sydney Theatre Company and performed at the Melbourne International Comedy Festival.[21] She first came to the public's attention in 2002 with her stage musical The Westie Monologues, which she wrote,[24] starred in and produced in Sydney.[25] Her follow-up stage productions, which she wrote, produced and starred in include Spunks and Confessions of an Exchange Student.[18][26]

In Australia, Wilson is most known for her roles as Toula on the SBS comedy series Pizza and as various characters including Lucy, Fat Mandi and Karla Bangs on the sketch comedy series The Wedge.[20] She played an Australian Idol mad schoolgirl in a series of Telstra advertisements shown during Australian Idol from 2004 to 2005.[27] She also had roles in the feature films Fat Pizza and Ghost Rider.[28]

In 2008, Wilson created, wrote, produced and starred in the musical comedy series Bogan Pride on SBS One and also starred in the improvisational Nine Network series Monster House.[20][28] In 2009 Wilson won the Tropfest Best Actress award for her role in the film Bargain.[29] She has made appearances on the improvisational comedy show Thank God You're Here and the comedy game show Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation.[21][30] She performed stand-up on the television special The Breast Darn Show In Town and guest starred in the Seven Network drama City Homicide and performed improv at the Upright Citizens Brigade in Los Angeles.[31]

Move to Hollywood (2011–present)

After moving to the United States, Wilson signed to talent and literary agents William Morris Endeavor.[32] Wilson's next film role came in the Judd Apatow film, Bridesmaids, in which she played Brynn, the sister of Matt Lucas' character.[32] The role was written especially for her.[33] Wilson then appeared in the CBS sitcom Rules of Engagement and on the Comedy Central series, Workaholics.[34] She co-hosted the 2010 ARIA Music Awards and performed at the inaugural Variety’s Power of Comedy event in Los Angeles with Lucas and Russell Brand.[34] In early 2011, Wilson filmed A Few Best Men at Fox Studios Australia.[35] She also filmed a role in Small Apartments.[36] Wilson was named one of Variety magazine's "Top Ten Comics to Watch for 2011."[20] In 2012, Wilson had a role in the ensemble comedy What to Expect When You're Expecting, as Janice,[36] and co-starred in the indie film Struck By Lightning.[37]

On 19 August 2011, Borys Kit of The Hollywood Reporter reported that Wilson had replaced Casey Wilson in Bachelorette.[38] In 2012, Wilson voiced a character in Ice Age: Continental Drift[38] and played Fat Amy in Pitch Perfect. For the latter role, she received critical acclaim and earned various award nominations, including Best Supporting Actress from the San Diego Film Critics Society and Best Actress in a Comedy from the Broadcast Film Critics Association.[39][40] She won the MTV Movie Award for Best Actor in a Movie and shared the Best Musical Moment award with her Pitch Perfect co-stars. Wilson was also nominated for MTV Movie Award for Best Performance.[41] Wilson later won the Choice Movie Actress: Comedy award for Pitch Perfect at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards.[42] She had also been nominated for Choice Comedian at the 2013 Teen Choice Awards.[43]

In January 2012, Michael Ausiello of TVLine announced that Wilson would be writing and starring in Super Fun Night, a comedy that follows three friends on a quest to have fun every Friday night.[44] The pilot was picked up by CBS and Conan O'Brien became one of the executive producers.[44] The pilot was later turned down by CBS, but the ABC network picked up the project.[45] A series was ordered and the show began broadcasting on 2 October 2013.[46] The series was cancelled after one season.[47] Wilson played Robin Peck in Michael Bay's Pain & Gain (2013).[48][49] She hosted the 2013 MTV Movie Awards on 14 April 2013.[50]

In March 2014, the American satellite television network Dish Network launched a marketing campaign for its Hopper DVR featuring Wilson as the voice of the eponymous computer animated kangaroo.[51] Wilson reprised her role in the sequels Pitch Perfect 2 (2015) and Pitch Perfect 3 (2017).[52] She also made a cameo in the television comedy Pompidou.[33] Wilson joined the voice cast for Kung Fu Panda 3;[53] however, in September 2015, she was replaced with Kate Hudson.[54] Wilson next appeared in the ensemble comedy How to Be Single, released in February 2016.[55] Nigel M. Smith of The Guardian wrote, "Wilson is the standout, nailing every pratfall she's dealt, but How to Be Single doesn't make strong use of her character."[56] Wilson also appeared in the action comedy Grimsby.[57] On 14 February 2016, Wilson presented the nominations for the Best Supporting Actor category at the 69th British Academy Film Awards.[58] Wilson is one of sixty celebrities who make a cameo in Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie.[59]

Wilson appeared as Ursula, the sea witch, in an all-star concert version of The Little Mermaid at the Hollywood Bowl on 3 June, 4 June, and 6 June 2016.[60] She made her West End debut in the musical Guys and Dolls in the role of Miss Adelaide from 28 June to 21 August 2016.[61] She received positive reviews.[62] Wilson played LeFou in a production of Beauty and the Beast: Live in Concert at the Hollywood Bowl on 25–26 May 2018.[63] She also appeared on the cover of Vogue Australia for the first time.[64]

Wilson has thus far starred in two 2019 comedies. The first, Isn't It Romantic, was released in February, and is about a woman (Wilson) who wakes up in a literal romantic comedy, despite the character's hate for the genre; the film is Wilson's first solo lead role.[65] In May, Wilson starred alongside Anne Hathaway in The Hustle, a female-centred remake of the 1988 comedy film Dirty Rotten Scoundrels. Wilson also co-produced the latter film.[62][66] Wilson plays twins Doreen and Dolores Bognor in Australian drama series Les Norton.[67] Towards the end of 2019, Wilson played Fraulein Rahm in Taika Waititi's dark comedy drama Jojo Rabbit,[68] and Jennyanydots in the musical film Cats.[69] Wilson will host the dog styling competition Pooch Perfect for Seven Network. The show will feature professional dog stylists competing over a number of challenges for a $100,000 prize.[70]

Upcoming films

Wilson will appear in a remake of Private Benjamin.[71] She has also been cast in The Social Life alongside Amanda Seyfried,[72] Wilson will produce and star in a feature film adaptation of the Image Comics comic book Crowded.[73]

Media controversy

In May 2015, Australian magazine Woman's Day published a story claiming that Wilson had been misleading about her birth name, age, and upbringing.[74] Wilson had previously said in interviews that she was raised by dog-training "bogan" parents in the ghetto of Sydney, spent a year in Zimbabwe, climbed into a cage with a leopard, got caught in a shoot-out and then struck down by a severe strain of malaria from a mosquito in Mozambique where, from her intensive care bed, she envisioned herself winning an Oscar and rapping her acceptance speech.[75] Her age was also incorrectly given as 29 (when it was actually 35), which she would later admit was something she chose not to correct.[16] Woman's Day called all of this into question and claimed that Wilson had, on the contrary, a "very normal, upper-middle-class upbringing" and "added a touch of 'fantasy' to the life she led before becoming a household name."[74] The story was picked up by several other publications including The Sydney Morning Herald, People magazine,[76] the Chicago Tribune[77] and The Huffington Post.[78] Most notably, Wilson's true birth date was confirmed through business records filed with the ASIC, which were obtained by The Sydney Morning Herald.[79]

On 16 May 2016, Wilson said print and online articles in Woman's Day, the Australian Women's Weekly, NW and OK! magazines made her out to be a serial liar. According to a defamation writ filed in the Supreme Court of Victoria, Wilson said her reputation and credit had suffered and she had been humiliated and embarrassed. She also sued for special damages, claiming she missed out on roles and other ones were terminated because of the articles.[80] Wilson was represented by Matthew Collins QC. On 15 June 2017, a six-person jury ruled in Wilson's favour, finding that publisher Bauer Media Group had indeed wrongly painted the actress as a serial liar, and that publishing the articles was likely to have caused harm to her career.[81]

On 13 September 2017, Wilson was awarded A$4,500,000 in damages. Wilson's lawyer Richard Leder, said "Today's verdict is a significant record—it's about four times the highest previous verdict in a defamation case in Australia." In June 2017, Wilson tweeted "Any dollars I receive will go to charity, scholarships or invested into the Aussie film industry to provide jobs."[82][83]

Bauer Media appealed the amount of the damages.[84] On 14 June 2018, Bauer Media won its appeal and the damages were reduced to $600,000.[85] Wilson announced her intention to appeal the decision,[86] and lodged an appeal with the High Court on 11 July 2018.[87] The High Court refused the application on 16 November 2018.[88]

Personal life

In July 2011, Wilson became a spokesperson for weight loss and nutrition company Jenny Craig in Australia.[89][90] In January 2012, Wilson told The Daily Telegraph that she had lost 10 kilograms (22 lb) since signing up to the program.[91]

Wilson asserted that the producers of Pitch Perfect had refused to let her lose any more weight during filming, as her contract stated she must stay the same size. She said that once her film commitments were over, she would start her diet again to reach her target weight of 80 kilograms (180 lb).[91] In February 2013, she confirmed that she had ended her agreement with Jenny Craig the previous year.[92]

Wilson and her Bridesmaids co-star Matt Lucas lived together in West Hollywood,[93] from September 2012 until 2015.[94]

In July 2015, Wilson stated her support for stricter American gun laws following the 2015 Lafayette shooting, stating, "I don't like getting political but America you really have to follow Australia's example re gun laws. I don't remember a mass shooting in Australia since they overhauled the gun laws. It seems like every week in America there's a shooting. I just want people to be safe, especially people that are doing one of my favorite things in the world—going out to the movies to have fun."[95][96][97]

In 2014, Wilson paid $3.75 million for her Sydney harbourside home. The 1900s freestanding Victorian house underwent $900,000 of renovations. Wilson also settled on a Balmain investment apartment, a conversion of a historic mansion. The New York-inspired terrace home took three years to complete. Wilson paid $1.88 million off the plan in 2015 for the two-bedroom apartment.[98][99]



Year Title Role Notes
2003 Fat Pizza Toula
2007 Ghost Rider Girl in Alley
2009 Bargain! Linda Short film
2011 Bridesmaids Brynn
A Few Best Men Daphne Ramme
2012 Bachelorette Becky Archer
Small Apartments Rocky
Struck by Lightning Malerie Baggs
What to Expect When You're Expecting Janice
Ice Age: Continental Drift Raz Voice
Pitch Perfect Fat Amy
2013 Pain & Gain Robin Peck
2014 Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb Tilly
2015 Pitch Perfect 2 Fat Amy
2016 How to Be Single Robin
Grimsby Dawn Grobham
Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie Flight attendant Cameo
2017 Pitch Perfect 3 Fat Amy
2019 Isn't It Romantic Natalie Also producer
The Hustle Penny Rust Also producer
Jojo Rabbit Fraulein Rahm
Cats Jennyanydots


Year Title Role Notes
2003–2007 Pizza Toula Recurring cast; Seasons 3–5, Pizza World and Pizza World Record
2006–2007 The Wedge Various characters Series regular; 47 episodes
2007–2009 Thank God You're Here Herself/Various characters Episodes: "3.04", "3.09", "4.03" & "4.09"
2008 Bogan Pride Jennie Cragg Series regular; 6 episodes
2008 Monster House Penelope Webb Series regular; 10 episodes
2009 Talkin' 'Bout Your Generation Generation Y Guest Episode: "Series 1, Episode 3"
2009 City Homicide Sarah Gilbert Episode: "Dead Weight"
2009 The Breast Darn Show in Town Herself Comedy gala
2010 Rules of Engagement Sara Episode: "Les-bro"
2011 Workaholics Big Money Hustla Episode: "Straight Up Juggahos"
2013 Can of Worms Herself Episode: "Season 3, Episode 2"
2013 2013 MTV Movie Awards Host
2013–2014 Super Fun Night Kimmie Boubier Creator, Lead role; 17 episodes
2015 Pompidou Fancy Dress Contestant Episode: "Hoarder"
2016 The Big Music Quiz Herself Episodes 2 & 8
2016 Travel Man Herself Episode: Christmas Special
2019 Les Norton Doreen Bogner and Dolores Bogner Series regular
2020 Pooch Perfect Host

Video games

Year Title Role Notes
2012 Ice Age: Continental Drift – Arctic Games Raz Voice


Year Title Role Notes
2016 The Little Mermaid Ursula 3–6 June, The Hollywood Bowl
Guys and Dolls Adelaide 28 June – 21 August, West End
2018 Beauty and the Beast LeFou 25–26 May, The Hollywood Bowl

Awards and nominations

Year Award Category Work Result
2009 Tropfest[29] Best Actress Bargain! Won
2012 San Diego Film Critics Society[39] Best Supporting Actress Pitch Perfect Nominated
2013 Critics' Choice Awards[40] Best Actress in a Comedy Nominated
MTV Movie Awards[41] Best Breakthrough Performance Won
Best Musical Moment Won
Best Female Performance Nominated
Teen Choice Award[42] Choice Movie Actress: Comedy Won
Choice Movie: Hissy Fit (shared with Anna Camp,
Hana Mae Lee and Brittany Snow[43]
Choice Comedian[43] N/A Nominated
2014 Young Hollywood Awards[100] Cuz You're Funny N/A Nominated
2017 People's Choice Awards[101] Favorite Comedic Movie Actress How to Be Single Nominated
2019 Teen Choice Awards[102] Choice Comedy Movie Actress Isn’t It Romantic Nominated



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