Rebecca Mary Pribonic (born March 22, 1965 in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania) is an American model and actress. From dancing as a little girl to showing off Cabin Cruisers on Television's Longest running Game Show is both fit and beautiful. She has also graced the cover of Playboy magazine.
Rebecca had an active childhood growing up in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Destined for the stage from early on, Rebecca started dancing at the age of 3, and had moved to California at the age of 9. By the time Rebecca had turned 16, she was working at Disneyland performing as Disney princesses in parades and shows and was also actively involved in modeling. Rebecca quit Disney at the age of 20 to further her modeling and acting careers after appearing in a documentary about the famed ocean liner Titanic.
Rebecca has appeared in various commercials and TV shows. Her most recent TV campaign was as the "Barbasol Girl" in a hockey-themed shaving cream commercial. she was also the spokes-model for Killian's Irish Red Beer campaign, as well as the "red rocker" Sammy Hagar's sidekick with Cabo Wabo tequila promotions. She has made a special appearances in such films as What Women Want, Do It For Uncle Manny, Basketball and Town and Country and her TV appearances include co-starring on The Man Show, ABC's Odd Man Out, appearing in both Superman Brandon Routh, various TV hosting jobs and guest appearances on shows such as The Big Idea with Donny Deutch, Fox News, Good Morning New York, Queer Edge, G4TV and Extra!.
Game Show CareerEdit
On January 13, 2004, Rebecca joined the rotating circle of models on The Price is Right and continued on in the rotating circle into the next one-in-a-half seasons.
On December 8, 2004, Price staffer Jeff Thisted got down on one knee and asked for Rebecca's hand in marriage as the studio audience erupted with thunderous cheering and applauding but unfortunately some time later, the engagement was called off and the marriage never came to pass.
- Rebecca loves to spend her free time traveling, continually educating herself, and spending quality time with her friends, family and her dog. Her love of animals combined with the inspiration of Bob Barker and his devotion to animal causes led to her become actively involved with the Humane Society. Rebecca proudly made a radio public service announcement on the society's behalf pleading the public to help stop the annual slaughter of baby seals for their fur.
- Rebecca was one of the recurring host on NBC's show Your LA!