Rebecca Siegel has been a part of the SAK Comedy Lab family since 2012. She first began studying and performing improv comedy at a performing arts camp at the age of 13. Taking advantage of her home of New York City, she continued to pursue improv through study and performance at the Magnet Theater, Upright Citizens Brigade, and with her improv group Uncle Dad. While pursuing her Bachelor of Arts in Film and Media Studies at Haverford College, Rebecca performed with her school’s long form improv group, The Throng. The group not only performed often at her school but also in festivals nationwide including the Philadelphia Fringe and Improv Festivals and the Dirty South Improv Festival. Since moving to Orlando after in 2010, she has turned her passion into a career and can be seen as an actor at Universal Studios and at Sea World. She has also loved her involvement in local theater, especially her role as “Jo” in Lil Women’ A Rap Musical.
Hometown: New York City
Spirit Animal: A Lion
Comedic Inspiration: Tina Fey, Amy Poehler, Judd Apatow, UCB Comedy
Random Fact: Rebecca has traveled to 12 foreign countries and speaks two foreign languages. When she gets angry, she switches between them.
Words of Wisdom: Disobey the laws of quantum physics; don't let observation of others change how you behave