Rebecca is known for her work on Yamakasi (2001), Shadow Play (1996) and Plus belle la vie (2004).
Of English descent through her father and Polish through her mother, dance teacher, Rebecca Hampton has a sister, Justine, and a brother, Jean-Baptiste Pellerin, who is a photographer.
In 2000, she made an appearance in Yamakasi – The Samurai of Modern Times; in 2001, in Blague à part; in 2003 in the clip The wind will take us to the rock group Noir Désir where she plays the mother of the little boy as a brunette.
She also collaborated between 2002 and 2004 on the television show Y’a que la verité qui count, hosted by Pascal Bataille and Laurent Fontaine on TF1, where she accompanied the people invited while waiting to find out who had invited them.
After a two-year relationship with Quebec comedian Serge Dupire, she had an affair with comedian Patrick Bosso. Her breakup with Serge Dupire was due to the revelation of this relationship to the public through the media. Since then, she tries to keep her life private.