Sunday, January 11, 2015

Youtuber/Actor/Writer/Producer Rebecca Zamolo called in to Get the FUNK Out!

If you missed Rebecca
on today's show, listen to our conversation here!


Rebecca has an IBD, but that is not WHO she is, nor does it define her. Rebecca is the oldest of five
children. From the age of 6, she has always been a role model to not only her sisters and brothers, but the girls she trained with in gymnastics and the young girls she later coached. She is a bubbly, vibrant, funny girl who loves life. She loves to do anything outdoors, which includes hiking, wakeboarding, and running.

She loves making people laugh. Whether it’s her crazy dance moves, her funny comedic sketches, or her funny faces, you can’t hang out with Rebecca without leaving with a smile on your face. Rebecca is someone with a huge heart, who is willing to fight for what she believes in. In college, one of her UCSB cross -country teammates could no longer afford pay the school tuition and was going to be forced to leave. Rebecca contacted the local newspaper, who then did an article on the girl and her team, which led to a donation that fully funded the rest of her college career.

Rebecca is someone that is not afraid to follow her dreams. She chose to take the road less traveled after
graduating college and become an actress. Instead of waiting for the phone to ring, Rebecca began creating her own content, thus establishing herself as triple threat in the entertainment industry as an actor/writer/producer.

Rebecca is a fighter who constantly proving the skeptics wrong. Whether it be becoming an Elite gymnast, a professional cheerleader, a college runner, and now an actress, Rebecca does what people say is
impossible. Rebecca will be taking on her biggest challenge yet with her surgery as she proves to people that she CAN live a full and healthy life after it.

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