Saw 3D, starring Rebecca Marshall, premieres Friday, October 29

Just in time for Halloween, Rebecca Marshall joins an ensemble cast of Tobin Bell (Jigsaw), Cary Elwes and Sean Patrick Flanery in the upcoming feature film SAW 3D. Moviegoers will be sitting on the edge of their seats to see how this edition of the extremely successful Saw franchise will unfold.

As a deadly battle rages over Jigsaw's brutal legacy, a group of Jigsaw survivors gather to seek the support of self-help guru and fellow survivor Bobby Dagen, a man whose own dark secrets unleash a new wave of terror.

Born and raised in Toronto, Rebecca knew from an early age that she wanted to perform. After working on numerous Canadian productions and television commercials, Rebecca traveled to Los Angeles to audition for the role of Helen in Troy starring Brad Pitt. Although she was not cast in the role, she stayed in Los Angeles to continue her acting career.  

Since then she has had a number of notable roles, including one in the Emmy Award-winning television series West Wing as Carrie Marino, a political junkie who attended Yale and dated Ron Silver’s character. She also appeared in the series Big Shots, in the role of Gina, Dylan McDermott’s girlfriend. 

She has also appeared on CSI Miami as well as Shark, starring James Wood. You can catch Rebecca as Mira on Party Down on the Starz Network airing this year.

Not only passionate about acting, but the environment as well, Rebecca is currently developing a website that will provide a platform for people who are concerned about what we are doing to our planet.

Catch Rebecca in Saw 3D, in theaters now.

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