A wickedly talented comedienne-actress-writer, Rebel Wilson started her career in self-penned Australian theater productions before debuting as the leader of a local girl gang, the "Fat Chick 12,"on the television series "Pizza" (SBS, 2000-07). A writer and performer on the Aussie sketch show "The Wedge" (Network Ten, 2006-07), Wilson trained with The Second City in New York and earned a bit part in "Ghost Rider" (2007) as a biker babe interviewed by Eva Mendes. After creating and starring on her own series, "Bogan Pride" (SBS, 2008), Wilson achieved an international breakthrough with a supporting comic turn in "Bridesmaids" (2011). Playing Brynn, the creepy roommate to Kristen Wiig, Wilson stole all her scenes, including a showstopper in which she shows off a free "Mexican drinking worm" tattoo and then attempts to ice it with an open bag of frozen peas. Rocketing onto the actresses-to-watch list, Wilson booked supporting roles in a slew of high-profile projects, including "What to Expect When You're Expecting" (2012), "Ice Age: Continental Drift" (2012), and "How To Be Single" (2015). Althoughher first attempt to become an American TV star, the sitcom "Super Fun Night" (ABC 2013-14), was a poorly-rated flop, she became a major comedy star as Fat Amy in the blockbuster hit "Pitch Perfect" (2012) and its sequel "Pitch Perfect 2" (2015). Supporting roles in romatic comedy "How To Be Single" (2016) and Sacha Baron Cohen's comic thriller "Grimsby" (2016) showed her remarkable comic range. Blessed with a thoroughly unique presence and world-class comic talent, Rebel Wilson was a standout in any project she appeared in.