Rivkah Reyes

Rivkah Reyes

Rivkah Reyes


It was in 1983 when she graced the screen as Star, a future genius and martial arts master in the sci-fi movie

Rivkah Reyes (they/she, but mostly they) is a queer Filipinx-Jewish actor, musician, comedian, producer and writer from Chicago. They have been performing since the age of 4 when they picked up a guitar for the first time. In the 4th grade, Rivkah performed on the NPR show From the Top, which eventually led to them being discovered. And cast in the 2003 film School of Rock. Since their movie debut, Riv has been a prominent force in the comedy and theater scenes of Chicago, Los Angeles, and New York. (Source: www.rivkahreyes.com)


Rivkah Reyes (born June 10, 1985) is a Puerto Rican actress best known for playing. Paola Sierra on the television series La Reina del Sur.

Rivkah Reyes, who starred in School of Rock as a kid, reflects on how child stardom led to addiction. (Photo: Everett Collection/Rivkah Reyes via Instagram) (Source: ca.finance.yahoo.com)


Rivkah Reyes is an American actress, singer and musician known for playing the role of Stevens in the musical clips musical film. Pitch Perfect and guest-starring as herself on the show Sleepy Hollow. Reyes was born on June 3, 1991 in West Hollywood, Los Angeles, California. And is the youngest daughter of actor and comedian Cheech Marin. Who co-starred with her father in several of his clips.

The 2003 clip was a smash hit, officially elevating Black to status and grossing $131 million dollars on a small budget. The film resonated so deeply, a rock musical and television series were formed from its popularity. Reyes thought it would make life more fun and interesting at school; it was anything but pleasant. (Source: stljewishlight.org)


Rivkah Reyes began her acting career at the age of 3, when she tapped into the world by being a child performer. She is an award-winning actor and the youngest recipient of the Columbus Movie Festival Best Actor Award for her role in Mulele la Shange. A drama about a young woman struggling with her identity.

I’ve competed on NBC’s Bring the Funny. And still, no credit or feat is as cool as the fact that I have been in recovery from alcoholism. And addiction for two years. (and frankly, it’s f*cking hard to maintain sobriety. But sometimes the idea of a TMZ headline reading "That one kid from School of Rock dead from overdose at 27". Is all it takes to keep me from a relapse, sadly.) (Source: www.mamamia.com.au)

School of Rock

No amount of words can adequately sum up the exquisite beauty of Rivkah Reyes. From her majestic red hair that flutters with every movement of hers to her bright smile that lights up every room. Rivkah is a star in her own right. She is an actor, a singer, a dancer, and occasional wearer of hot pink leather jumpsuits.

Let’s bypass the part where people assume their troubles shouldn’t have resulted in personal abuse and addiction. If you haven’t walked in someone’s shoes, the ability to speak for them becomes futile. As a kid and young man. I had a painful stutter that made most days a struggle in grade school, middle school, and high school. Kids bullied me to pieces, and it never stopped. Every day, it began and ceased at the bell, at least to the perpetrators. The victim feels that all night, and the next day. There is no remedy or medicine available for extreme bullying. The moment people understand that concept, the way to helping and stopping it will increase. You can’t just place “kids are resilient. It’ll be alright” on every encounter between 5 years old and 20. Reyes felt the blunt of everything. At an age where joy should be the only goal. For them, it got real bad as years piled up. (Source: stljewishlight.org)


From the age of two years old she started singing at open mic night by the name of Rhythm Child. She has since been singing around the world as her talents began blossom on stage, on radio, and on television. Her first single, “I Don’t Want You Back” scored her $50,000 in one week from the YouTube video alone without any marketing.




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