Carrington in 2009
January 17, 1971 |
Epsom, County Surrey
Carrington lives with her husband, Colin Brown, in Berlin. She studied at The Royal Northern College of Music and then went to complete her Masters of Music at Rice University in Houston, Texas. She is the daughter of Simon Carrington, a British conductor and founder of the vocal ensemble King's Singers.
Her comedy career started on stage while in the USA. One of her shows is called Me And My Cello.
Rebecca Carrington won several awards, including the Prix Pantheon in June 2007 (a German cabaret award) and Prix du public (an audience prize) at a comedy festival in Versailles in April 2007.
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- Rampton, James (December 14, 2002). "COMEDY: GIG OF THE WEEK: REBECCA CARRINGTON MON CANAL CAFE THEATRE, LONDON W2". The Independent. p. 21.
- Davis, Clive (September 27, 2004). "Rebecca Carrington". The Times. p. 18.
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