Rebecca Grant (born 1968), is an American actress.[1] Grant is a graduate of the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York with a joint major in psychology and communication (1992). She was a hostess on NFL Under the Helmet [2] and Robot Wars: Extreme Warriors television programs.[3] After losing her mother to breast cancer, Grant has become an advocate for the Susan G. Komen For The Cure Foundation and participates in the annual Revlon Run/Walk to Eradicate Cancers in Women.

Video game and comic book character

Rebecca Grant modeled for the Dungeon Siege III character Katarina. Katarina is the illegitimate daughter of Hugh Montbarron and a Lescanzi witch. She fights with a long-range rifle or a pair of shotguns at close range. She was trained as a witch with spells and potions. Rebecca can also be seen as Katarina in advertisements, and the official Dungeon Siege website. The comic book by Dark Horse comics, was made into an electronic version and printed version included with purchase of the video game.


Grant began her television career as the on-air host for the Buffalo Bills NFL Show on the Empire Sports Network. She was soon working as a correspondent for ESPN and Fox Sports World for the international soccer league. In a few short years she rose from sideline correspondent to co-hosting the show NFL Under the Helmet[4] on Fox for the National Football League and hosting Verizon Football Zone on Fox, and the International Pool Tour in the U.S. and Europe.

Grant appeared on the following television shows: Apartment 23 (ABC),The District (CBS), She Spies (NBC), Providence (NBC), Third Watch (NBC), 3rd Rock from the Sun (NBC) and Throut and Neck (GSN) [5][6] Grant also appeared on (E!) as the Match Mistress, an edgy TV dating show she hosted in 2008.[7][8] One of her first roles was as a Juggy on The Man Show.[9]

Rebecca was hired to appear in commercials by Budweiser, Coors and Keystone, and in infomercials for Video Professor.


Grant has been cast in feature films: Brothers with Tobey Maguire (Lionsgate), Get Low (Sony Classics), Double Tab, Super Shark and Strange Case of Jekyll and Mr. Hyde.

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