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20 July 1976 |
|Occupation||Actor, producer, singer, writer|
|Years active||1998 – present|
Rebecca Mordan (born 20 July 1976) is a British actor, musician and political activist. Mordan attended Sheffield University from 1995 - 1998, gaining a BA in English Literature, as well as graduating from the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in 2001. Mordan has appeared in a variety of stage, screen and television roles since, most notably in an episode of the transatlantic cult hit Lexx.
In 2003, she founded Scary Little Girls Productions in answer to the lack of positive environments enabling artists to create original productions and develop their projects and themselves.
In 2002 Mordan appeared as the titular character Haley in an episode of the cult SciFi TV show Lexx.. In 2006 she performed in Mundic Nation's premier of the first play by novelist and poet D. M. Thomas' Hell Fire Corner, as Florrie
Mordan campaigns extensively on issues such as feminism, gender, abortion rights and the rights of performers. Mordan is an active peace campaigner and was elected onto the CND National Council in 2004. As a child, Mordan would spend many weekends at Greenham Common peace camp. "I was a feminist from four years old," she says, "and refused to play with Barbie dolls because of that."
Mordan has helped organise a number of high profile protests, working with Object to get Hackney council to adopt a "nil policy" for Sexual Entertainment venues in the borough. as well as protesting against the Miss World event when it was held in London.
- CastingcallPro.com, Profile
- IMDB, Lexx (S4 E19) Haley's Comet
- Mundic Nation, Hell Fire Corner Cast & Production Photos
- CND Annual Review 2004, p26
- The Guardian, Marching to freedom (22 November 2006)
- The Guardian, Strippers and vicar unite to fight cleanup campaign (10 December 2010)
- The Guardian, Miss World met with protests at 60th anniversary show in London (6 November 2011)
- Feminism In London, Workshops and Panels