Actress Rayanna Dibs is here to stay

Actress Rayanna Dibs is here to stay

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International sensation Rayanna Dibs showing the acting world what she's made of!


It’s great to know that some women love 80s films and action movies just as much as a lot of men do. Rayanna Dibs, that talented, beautiful and quite witty British actress is apparently one of those rare finds who grew up watching Die Hard and The Breakfast Club and all the other terrific films from that cool decade. Die Hard, with Bruce Willis made her wonder how films were made and The Breakfast Club, of course, had the captivating Judd Nelson in it and his character John Bender would stick in Rayanna’s mind as a potential boyfriend for some time. He was cool " ultra-cool.


Those movies and characters were a lot of fun, no doubt, but they also served as a jumping off point for Rayanna, as far as her choice of a career went. She always knew that she would be an actress and watching great movies only cemented that idea within her whole being. She studied acting, including Strasberg and Stanislavski, when she was in her late teens and then went on to University where she formally immersed herself in every class that was available on filmmaking and acting techniques.


Now, this very experienced and highly trained UK actress has great many films, and stage performances on her CV. She recently completed dubbing the voice of the lead female in the very successful Russian film The Crew. It is set for release internationally in April of this year, and just premiered at the Berlin Film Festival this February.  She can also be seen in the highly regarded and much praised film, The Unexpected Quaintness of Aliens, and Sally’s Inner Demons is coming out soon. Rayanna has also been cast in the film Plague, which is currently in pre-production.


A busy woman she is. Rayanna is like a locomotive that can’t stop. Besides her film career, which she treasures, she is also a well-known stage actress. She has had leading roles in Nell Dunn’s Steaming and in the stage production of Blood Brothers, along with playing the lead in the new play Only Bruises, which was featured at the legendary Edinburgh Festival. Her appearance in the two-hour drama Miracle Landing on the Hudson was directed by Emmy winner Simon George and was shown on National Geographic Channel and elsewhere throughout the United States.


Rayanna is set to be in the feature film Singles, which goes into production this year and will be directed by Kate Cragg and DOP Daniel Landin. Rayanna loves film and she loves to be involved in the whole process of storytelling. She is currently working on post-production of a TV pilot in the UK, which she co-produced and coincidentally starred in. Rayanna also has a role coming up this month/early April on a US TV show. We can't wait to see what this talented starlet does next!

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Added on March 13, 2016
Last Updated on March 13, 2016
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