Rebel Wilson is largely known by her comical character as Fat Amy on the famous Pitch Perfect Movies. Rebel is known as a confident, hilarious, and down to earth lady. Fans fell in love with her funny side. She won the hearts of millions of fans from around the world.
But despite her confidence and wide smiles, the road to fame was no piece of cake. Rebel too experienced rejection, doubters, haters, and a broken heart. But Rebel didn’t let any of that tear her down. She has continued to move forwards through her hardships, and has ended up doing everything the doubters said she would never do.
Rebel admits that she was shy growing up. She lived with her three siblings and Beagle breeding parents. Her mom one day forced her to take acting classes to help her get more comfortable in public. At the age of fifteen Rebel decided to better her self confidence skills so she joined debate clubs. She wanted to develop a personality with no limits.
She was socially award in high school, but joining Tournament of Minds helped her come out of her shell and gain more confidence. Read more: Rebel Wilson on Winning Battles Producing Films | Vogue and Pitch Perfect Star Rebel Wilson Talks Clothing Line Secrets | Today
She attended a Christian High school where the girls were encouraged to live their dreams. Rebel felt humbled to be in the position and generation where women can finally go after the career they want. She stated, “”I think the saddest thing in the world is when you see a woman who is really smart and a go-getter and then she gets married too young or has kids too young and doesn’t really fulfill her dreams.”
Rebel found success in her home country in Australia. In 2000, she played a role in Pizza, and in 2008 she had a role in Bogan Pride. In 2010 she moved to Hollywood where she would beat the odds and achieve much more than she thought was possible. Rebel was different and she owned her unique personality. She was signed on her second day due to her unique personality. After being signed in the US, she got a part in the movie Bridesmaids.
Rebel is confident and is happy to have the body type she has today. She sees people for who they are on the inside, which makes it easier for her to be confident in who she is. She loved that America got to fall in love with her personality instead of her body.