Rebekah Graf Wiki, Bio, Age, Boyfriend, Parents, Family, Net Worth, Height and Instagram

Rebekah Graf Biography – Rebekah Graf Wiki

Rebekah Graf born Rebekah Elizabeth Graf, is an American actress.

She is best known for her work in the Netflix original movie Reality High and for her recurring appearance in the series Entourage.

She portrays Heather Graham in the film The Dirt, which is all about how the band Mötley Crüe rose in the music scene. She has also appeared in episodes of Hawaii Five-0, Bones, Workaholics and Entourage.

Rebekah Graf Age

She was born on July 27, 1982, in Corpus Christi, Texas, United States as Rebekah Elizabeth Graf.

Rebekah Graf Height

She stands at a height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65 m).

Rebekah Graf Boyfriend – Rebekah Graf Josh Duhamel

Josh Duhamel is reportedly dating actress Rebekah. The two attended the second annual Mammoth Mountain Film Festival where his directorial debut, Buddy Games, premiered. A source told Life & Style, “Josh wasn’t ready to to make it red-carpet official. But he did bring Rebekah as his date to the Buddy Games premiere.”

“Josh made sure they got the best seats in the house and was rubbing her back as they waited to watch the film. You can tell that Josh is really into Rebekah. He didn’t even notice the other girls there. She had his full attention.”

On December 19, 2018, the two were spotted cuddling up and kissing outside of Mr. Chow in Beverly Hills.

Rebekah Graf Nationality

She is of American nationality.

Rebekah Graf Ethnicity

Rebekah is of White ethnicity.

Rebekah Graf Net Worth

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Rebekah Graf Parents – Rebekah Graf Family

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Rainy winter mornings by the water are never not my happy place✨Oh, what a wonderful world

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I’ve had a theory about life for quite a while that I refer to as “scrambled eggs”. To sum it up, when you look back on the moments that you shared with someone, whether it be a grandparent who has passed, or a friend who lives too far away to squeeze, or even the magical days of your childhood, it’s not the big events that stand out. It was never the fancy days, or celebrations that everyone labeled important that you miss the most. The moments that make up our lives (the moments that make us who we are) are the every day ones. Its the moments that you’re laying in bed, late at night talking about the universe, laughing and sharing stories while sitting in traffic, or the Tuesday mornings eating scrambled eggs. The moments that made my best friends the best ones were the hundreds of laughs we had while passing in the school hallways day after day. The moments that gave me an unbreakable bond with my family were the everyday routines and the nightly bedtime kisses and stories, and when I look back on the times where I’ve been in love, it’s been the rainy evenings on the couch, wearing sweatpants, eating takeout, and watching a movie (and each other) that made it special, never the formal affairs. Mister Rogers once gave a fan the advice, “I feel so strongly that deep and simple is far more essential than shallow and complex”. Here are some of the deep, simple, scrambled eggs of my life. Oh how I have been made (and made better) by them all 💛

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