Rebekka Johnson

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Rebekka Johnson
  • Actress
  • producer
  • director
  • singer
  • composer
Years active2002–present

Rebekka Johnson is an American actress, comedian and writer, from Staten Island, New York.[1] Johnson is best known for playing Dawn Rivecca on Netflix's wrestling comedy GLOW.[2] She was featured on MTV's prank show Boiling Points. Johnson has been performing with her musical comedy group The Apple Sisters along with Kimmy Gatewood and Sarah Lowe since 2007.

The Apple Sisters[edit]

Johnson is co-creator of The Apple Sisters, a World War II musical comedy trio. The group, which consists of Kimmy Gatewood, Rebekka Johnson, and Sarah Lowe, started in 2007 in New York City. They received wide acclaim at the 2008 Montreal Just For Laughs Comedy Festival, which lead them to move to Los Angeles where they continually perform.



Year Title Role Notes
2018 Consent, a Short Comedy About a Serious Subject Libby / Producer / Writer Short film
2013 Jazz Fever Pregnant Mabel / Producer Short film


Year Title Role Notes
2018 WWE SmackDown Herself Episode: "The Road to WWE Extreme Rules 2018 Begins"
2017–present GLOW Dawn Rivecca
2017 A Christmas Story Live! Candy Apple The Apple Sisters
2016 We Don't Hate It Here Edie


  1. ^ "21 things to know about Netflix's 'GLOW' scene stealer from Staten Island".
  2. ^ Petski, Denise (September 22, 2016). "'G.L.O.W.': Jenji Kohan Netflix Comedy Series Adds Britt Baron, Jackie Tohn & Five More".

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