Rebecca Gausnell is a London based voice, accent & dialect coach, born and raised in the United States. She is a specialist in General / Standard American accents, along with regional and ethnic accents of North America. 

Credited professionally in both film & theatre, her clients include Emmy, SAG, and BAFTA nominees. Recent projects include the West End transfer of Waitress, directed by Tony award winner Diane Paulus, and BBC Two’s new series MotherFatherSon

She has also worked as a voice and dialect coach in institutions such as the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Arts Ed, and The Fontainebleau School of Acting in France  For more information on her work, please visit IMDb.

Rebecca studied directly with Patsy Rodenburg, Jeannette Nelson and Barbara Houseman. She had the opportunity to study under Cicely Berry, Kristin Linklater, and David Carey during her Master of Fine Arts at the Royal Central School of Speech & Drama. She holds a BA in acting from Northwestern University, where she trained under Linda Gates.

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There’s no denying the swagger brought to the play by its leading man [Orlando Bloom], playing a Texas contract killer with a husky-voiced insouciance and pitch-perfect accent.
— NY Times' Matt Wolf, reviewing KILLER JOE
Johnny Flynn sidles and sways around the house, wheedling and needling [Kit Harington] with a pitch-perfect American accent.
— The Stage's Fergus Morgan, reviewing TRUE WEST
Alex Kingston and Sarah Hadland’s American accents communicate the depth of their characters beautifully.
— London Theatre Review, reviewing ADMISSIONS
... excellent support performance from a brooding Joe McGann, his Liverpool accent well buried and replaced with the drawl of the American west ...
— Anne Cox, reviewing FOOL FOR LOVE at Found 111