Rebecca Rittenhouse is an American television actress. She is best known for her roles as Nurse Dobler on FOX's "Red Band Society" and Kelly LeFever on ABC's "Blood and Oil."
As a relatively new actress to the Hollywood scene, there isn't much information out there just yet on Rebecca Rittenhouse other than what we can physically see. That being said, she's gorgeous, redheaded and clearly someone who will be making quite an impact in the television world in the next few years. Aside from that, she was born in Los Angeles, where she has spent most of her life trying to make it in Hollywood.
After high school, Rebecca attended the University of Pennsylvania. After this, she decided it made sense to move to New York in order to further pursue acting as her chosen craft. There, she joined the Atlantic Theater company as a means of getting further noticed as a lovely and talented up-and-coming actress. Her efforts were not in vain.
Aside from a small role in the short film "Philadelphia, Ti Amo" in 2011, Rebecca's first credited acting role came in 2014 when she briefly appeared on the Showtime series "The Affair." Fortunately, this was just enough to get her the attention needed to audition for the role of Nurse Dobler on the FOX drama "Red Band Society" in 2014. After a 13-episode first season, the series was cancelled, but within no time Rebecca had already booked her next gig as the lead protagonist on ABC's "Blood and Oil." Surely her early success will only continue to benefit the bright young star for years to come.