Rebecca Grant is a multi-talented actress/model/on-air host, and a college graduate. Her career has spanned from guest roles on network primetime TV shows, to Professional sports casting for NFL, ESPN and FOX Sports.
The youngest of five girls, Rebecca grew up in Buffalo, New York. As an aspiring model, she had to choose between staying in her hometown of Buffalo or seeing the world. Not a very hard choice for this wide eyed young talent. She broke into the entertainment world as a host and correspondent for The Buffalo Bills NFL Show. Her work grabbed the attention of ESPN, who cast her as a feature reporter for the U.S. Men’s Pro Ski Tour.
Rebecca then moved to Hollywood where she worked alongside Greg Proops as a host of FOX Sports World. Soon she became the face of the Game Show Network cult-classic Throut and Neck. But, sports were never far from her heart, and she was soon back covering the NFL as co-host of the popular NFL Under the Helmet. Her charm and quick wit on-camera have served her well hosting such shows as Robot Wars, Off-Road Adventures, Truck Stop, and the over-the-top Valentine’s Week romp Match Mistress on E!
Rebecca has a passion for acting, and has had guest-starring roles on shows such as Don’t trust the bitch in apartment 23, Third Rock from the Sun, The District, Providence, and Third Watch. On the big screen, Rebecca was cast as a Marine nurse in Lionsgate’s recent release Brothers. She can also be seen on the big screen in Sony Pictures Classics Get Low.
As a model, Rebecca has appeared in major print and TV ad campaigns for companies like Budweiser, Coors and Keystone. If you’re drinking it, she’s endorsed it! Rebecca has appeared multiple times in Maxim Magazine, and was also selected to appear in a special layout in the final Collectors’ Edition of the FHM US Magazine. Rebecca recently added college sports to the resume after her bracketology campaign with IHOP restaurants.
Rebecca keeps active in the social world by connecting with her fans on Twitter and Facebook and her own blog, which she updates regularly.
Rebecca has also recently gone into the fashion business, designing her own line of dresses and swimsuits. She hopes to develop her brand and sell through ecommerce and retail boutiques.
Rebecca is a graduate of the University of New York at Buffalo with a joint major in psychology and a minor in communication.
After losing her mother to breast cancer, Rebecca has become an advocate for the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation and participates in the annual Revlon Run/Walk to Eradicate Cancers in Women. Rebecca has also participated in charities for Universal Love Foundation, which helps single parents survive, while still keeping the family together.