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Rebecca Gayheart

Born: 12 August 1971 (48 years old)
Gender: Female

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Rebecca Gayheart is an American actress best known for her appearances in Clairol and Noxema commercials as well as her role in the film Scream 2.

Raised in Pinetop, Kentucky, Gayheart moved to New York City at 15. She graduated from New York’s Professional Children’s School and went on to study at the Lee Strasberg Institute.

In 1991 she received her first break when she was cast as The Noxema Girl in Noxema's commericials and in 1992 she was cast as series regular Hannah Mayberry on the daytime drama Loving.

She went on to play recurring roles in the action series Vanishing Son and in the drama soapie Beverley Hills 90210.

She has also had recurring roles in the television series Earth 2, Wasteland, Dead Like Me, The Division and Nip/Tuck 4.

She was a main credited cast member in the kidnap drama Vanished.

She has had guest roles in the television series Inside Schwartz, What I like About You, Hercules, Medium and Sliders.

Gayheart has also had roles in the made-for-TV movies Invasion (1997) and The Christmas Blessing (2005) and Scarlett (2006).

Film
Gayheart has had roles in the following films:

Somebody Is Waiting (1996)
Nothing to Lose (1997)
Scream 2 (1997)
Hairshirt (1998)
Urban Legend (1998)
Puppet (1999)
Jawbreaker (1999)
From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter (2000)
Shadow Hours (2000)
Doppelganger (2001)
Harvard Man (2001)
Pipe Dream (2002)
Santa's Slay (2005)
Bunny Whipped (2006)
Last Day (2006)

Gayheart has also appeared in Clairol’s advertising campaigns, becoming known as as Clairol's Glintz Girl.

She made her theater debut in the play The Last Night of Ballyhoo, which earned her a Back Stage West Garland award.


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