Rebecca Ellen Kurtz worked as an actress, model, Radio Personality, and Collegiate Policy Debater. Rebecca won first place in Poetry Reading countless times, placed “Third in State” at the Tournament for the Champion of Champions, and was invited to Virginia’s Governor’s School for the Arts. In college, Rebecca Ellen Kurtz was chosen by Harvard’s Dramatic Arts Chair for the female role in the Mid-West Dramatic Tour. “She wasn’t acting the Goddess of Love,” he explained. “She was the Goddess of Love. She stole the whole show in five minutes.”
Although Rebecca Ellen Kurtz has been told that she is a natural actress for her entire life, it took a “name” Hollywood director to lend urgency to those words. “You are indeed a rare natural actress,” he stated with conviction, “and you really need to be in Hollywood!” Rebecca now makes her home in the Film Capitol of the World.
BEFORE THE MOVE
Professionally, Rebecca Ellen Kurtz spent several years teaching History, English, Bible, World Cultures, Religion, and Ancient Civilizations – with a focus on Ancient Religions, Mythology, and Mysticism. Rebecca also worked as a park ranger and tour guide at Appomattox Court House National Historical Park.
Rebecca Ellen Kurtz’s film school professors were fascinated with her natural storytelling abilities and strongly encouraged her to pursue a professional career as a writer/producer.
Rebecca Ellen Kurtz received her Master of the Arts Degree with a track in Producing for Cinema and Television. Primarily acting as a producer, Rebecca also wrote, directed, edited, and created visual effects for a number of professional projects. Four of her films were distributed through DirectTV. After completing her Master’s Degree, Rebecca Ellen Kurtz wrote and produced fifteen TV episodes for Reel Good Films that aired on the NRB and Credo Networks. Rebecca also consulted as a historical consultant for docudramas; wrote and produced Public Service announcements; wrote and produced for the Virginia Arts Festival and for the International World War II Collaboration honoring World War II Veterans; and produced music videos.
Rebecca Ellen Kurtz has traveled extensively in order to see the world through the eyes of other people and other cultures. Rebecca gained notoriety as an amateur archaeologist with the release of her doctorate level archaeological researched novel series “Sons of God.” This series of novels deals with ancient religions, mysticism, and the ancients’ knowledge of modern-day quantum physics. Rebecca Ellen Kurtz is credited with creating a new genre in her Sons of God series – bridging ancient religions, mystery cults, and mysticism to modern-day religions, mysticism, paranormal phenomena and quantum physics.
Rebecca Ellen Kurtz’s novel “Sons of God” became a Kindle Best-Seller in 2009. It began the “Sons of God” novel series and franchise, incorporating “Rebecca Ellen Kurtz: Mystics.” Her doctorate level research on ancient religions and mysticism led to speaking engagements at Emory University and dozens of live radio interviews across the nation, including ESPN. Yale University was so impressed with Rebecca Ellen Kurtz’s work that they invited her to apply for their prestigious Religion and the Arts Grant.
- Writing Specialty: Rebecca Ellen Kurtz is a passionate amateur archaeologist and an expert on occult mysteries. She has traveled extensively, studying both religious and non-religious primary texts.