Rebecca Holden

Rebecca is a singer, actress and entertainer. She started her music education at the University of North Texas, majoring in voice and piano, and then moved to New York City to continue her studies. While in New York, a talent agency spotted her and made her a “Breck” girl. Rebecca would appear on magazine covers, do some commercials, and then she headed for Hollywood. In 1980, she had her first appearance on a sitcom, she played “Twinkie” on the wildly popular Three’s Company (1976)’s episode, Three’s Company: A Crowded Romance (1980). The following year, she would again have a small but memorable part as “Wendy McWilliams” (“the Cheerleader who Dropped her Baton”) on Barney Miller: Paternity (1981). This led to her most famous role as “April Curtis”, the computer whiz on Knight Rider (1982), which is in syndication in the U.S. and 92 foreign countries. After the 1980s, Rebecca stopped appearing in TV shows and concentrated on her singing career. She has appeared in a few movies but, since 1992, her main focus has been performing before live audiences. She has toured internationally, and worked tirelessly for charitable causes, such as “Toys for Tots”, “Feed the Children” and the “Special Olympics”.

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