Rebecca Corry

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Rebecca Corry stars as Leisha in the NBC comedy “One Big Happy”, produced by Ellen DeGeneres.


In addition to “One Big Happy,” Corry’s multiple television credits include “The Bernie Mac Show,” “Rules of Engagement” and CBS’s “The King of Queens” which lead her to become the face of a national Gallo wine campaign and more recently, the face of an international Hertz campaign.


One of Corry’s most memorable roles was that of Paul Giamatti’s receptionist, Astrid Baker, in the feature film “Big Fat Liar.”


Corry hosted the second season of Courtney Cox and David Arquette’s interior design show, “Mix It Up.” She later worked with the duo on the FOX pilot “The MidNightly News,” in which she starred, wrote on and also produced. 


A few of Corry’s numerous guest star appearances include, “Yes Dear,” “The Wayne Brady Show,” NBC’s “Late Friday,” “Comics unleashed,” E’s 101 series, Vh1’s “Best Week Ever,” Comedy Central’s “Premium Blend” and in 2009, her own half-hour special on Comedy Central.


In 2001, Corry showcased as a "new face" in the Montreal Comedy Festival.  Upon her return, she performed her critically-acclaimed one woman show “Rebecca Corry With Balls."  In 2006, Corry beat thousands of contestants to become a finalist on NBC’s “Last Comic Standing 4.”


Corry was born and raised in the Seattle suburb of Kent, Washington. She began her career in Chicago studying writing, acting and improvisation at the Second City, Annoyance Theatre and Center Theatre, where she thrived as a performer. After an 11-month run in the Chicago production of “Tony and Tin’s Wedding” as the pregnant maid of honor, Corry moved to Los Angeles.


Rebecca is also the Founder and President of the Stand Up For Pits Foundation, a 501c3 nonprofit dedicated to ending the abuse and discrimination of "Pit Bull” type dogs.  On May 3rd 2014, Corry organized the first ever One Million PIBBLE March on Washington DC.  Thousands of people from all over the world attended the history-making event, which helped raise awareness for the cause.  To learn more about the Stand Up For Pits Foundation and their mission, go to