Rebecca Marder made her first steps on screen at the age of five, in The Roundup, by Roselyne Bosch, and in the TV movie Emma. She joined the Comédie-Française in 2015 while continuing her career in film and television. In 2018, she performed in A Man in a Hurry, by Hervé Mimran, and in Philippe Faucon’s mini-series Proud. The following year, she starred in Someone, Somewhere by Cédric Klapisch and Mama Weed by Jean-Paul Salomé, and then, in 2020, in Suzanne Lindon’s debut feature, Spring Blossom, as well as Arnaud Desplechin’s Deception.
Sandrine Kiberlain offered her the lead role in A Radiant Girl (Critics’ Week 2021). In Simone: A Woman of the Century, by Olivier Dahan, she played Simone Veil.
After Michel Leclerc’s Not My Type in 2022, we will see her again in 2023 in François Ozon’s The Crime Is Mine, Noémie Lvovsky’s The Great Magic and Sylvain Desclous’ Grand Expectations. She is also among the 2023 Revelations of the César Academy.