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REBEL WILSON (Natalie / Executive Producer) has several films upcoming this year, including "The Hustle," which she stars in with Anne Hathaway and is also producing; "Jojo Rabbit," with Sam Rockwell and Scarlett Johansson; and Tom Hooper's long-awaited screen adaptation of the musical "Cats," as part of an all-star cast, also including Idris Elba, Taylor Swift, Jennifer Hudson, Ian McKellen, James Corden and Judi Dench.

Wilson is well known for her role in the successful "Pitch Perfect" franchise. For her breakout performance as Fat Amy in the first "Pitch Perfect," Wilson received an MTV Movie Award for Best Breakthrough Performance and a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress: Comedy. "Pitch Perfect" also won an MTV Movie Award for Best Musical Moment; a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Comedy; and an American Music Award for Favorite Soundtrack.

Reprising her role in the sequel, "Pitch Perfect 2," Wilson received three MTV Movie Award nominations, for Best Comedic Performance, Best Ensemble Cast, and Best Kiss; as well as several Teen Choice Award nominations, including Choice Movie Actress: Comedy, Choice Movie: Liplock for her on-screen kiss with Adam Devine, and Choice Music Group: Female for The Barden Bellas. She also earned a People's Choice Award nomination for Favorite Comedic Movie Actress. "Pitch Perfect 2" received a Teen Choice nomination for Choice Movie: Comedy; two People's Choice Award nominations, for Favorite Movie and Favorite Comedic Movie; and a Grammy Award nomination for Best Compilation Soundtrack for Visual Media. The film grossed more than $287 million worldwide. In 2017, Wilson returned to the role of Fat Amy in "Pitch Perfect 3."

Wilson also starred in Christian Ditter's comedy "How to Be Single," opposite Dakota Johnson. Additionally, she starred in Louis Leterrier's "The Brothers Grimsby," alongside Penelope Cruz and Mark Strong, and made a cameo appearance in "Absolutely Fabulous: The Movie," written by Jennifer Saunders. In 2014, Wilson starred opposite Ben Stiller, Robin Williams, Owen Wilson, and Ricky Gervais in the third installment of Shawn Levy's "Night at the Museum" series, "Secret of the Tomb," which grossed more than $360 million worldwide.

Wilson made her American comedy film debut in Paul Feig's "Bridesmaids," alongside Kirsten Wiig. The film, produced by Judd Apatow, was named one of AFI's top ten films of 2011, received a Critics' Choice Movie Award for Best Comedy, and grossed over $288 million worldwide. Her other film credits include Michael Bay's "Pain & Gain" with Mark Wahlberg and Dwayne Johnson; "Struck by Lightning"; "What to Expect When You're Expecting"; and "Bachelorette," with Kirsten Dunst, Isla Fisher, and Lizzy Caplan.

In addition to her work on camera, Wilson lent her voice to the animated feature "Ice Age: Continental Drift," which grossed over $877 million worldwide.

In 2013, Wilson hosted and was the Head Writer on the MTV Movie Awards, which experienced a significant 45% spike in ratings from the previous year.

Wilson holds a double degree in Law and Arts (BA/LLB) from the University of New South Wales and trained as an actor at the Australian Theatre for Young People. She got her start in entertainment writing and performing on Sydney's stages and on the beloved Australian cult comedy series "Pizza."

Wilson wrote and starred in two additional television series, "The Wedge" and "Bogan Pride," before moving to the United States.

She is a long-term supporter of the School of St. Jude in Tanzania, which fights poverty through education.


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