Born on Oahu, Hawaii, Rebecca Turner grew up in small-town Massachusetts, where her parents are second-generation owners of the longest-running youth hostel in America. With an extended family including actresses, actors, a ballerina, and a cinematographer, it was inevitable that Rebecca would end up on stage and in front of a camera. She started performing before she started school, debuting as the littlest munchkin in a local production of "The Wizard of Oz." Rebecca studied theatre at the College of William and Mary, alma mater of Glenn Close and Jon Stewart. After graduating, she moved to Richmond, VA and started working in film. Rebecca joined SAG-AFTRA after working on Jeff Nichols' film "Loving" with Joel Edgerton and Academy Award Nominee Ruth Negga. Rebecca now resides in Los Angeles.