About Rebecca Leffler:
Rebecca Leffler is an author, journalist and creative consultant who, after a long career in entertainment as France Correspondent for The Hollywood Reporter and film critic on French TV network Canal, traded the red carpet for the yoga mat and champagne for green smoothies to write a series of wellness-focused books. Her best-selling French book "Green, Glam & Gourmande" (Marabout) has been translated to Spanish and Dutch and the English-language adaptation "Très Green, Très Clean, Très Chic: Eat (and live) the New French Way with Plant-based, Gluten-free Recipes for Every Season". She published a follow-up book “Green, Glam & Happy” (Marabout) in 2015 focusing on the science of happiness and food and lifestyle tips that contribute to general well-being, particularly on digestion and brain function. “Green, Glam & Gourmet” was released in “Poche” (paperback) in France in 2016 and "Green & Glam Attitude" in October, 2017 followed by Le Nouveau Manuel de la Cuisine Végétale Solar) the following year.
Think: Julia Child…with a lot more kale. Known in France for being “the most Parisian of Americans,” this native New Yorker has been a pioneer in bringing the health food movement to French soil and continues to prove that living la vie en green can be both easy and delicious.
She is currently the France Correspondent for Screen International, covering the entertainment industry based in Paris. She was a Creative Consultant on the first season of hit Netflix show Emily in Paris and continues to work in copywriting, translation and brand content for global brands, particularly in the luxury space. She emcees the “pink carpet” at the Canneseries Film Festival and the red carpet at the Monte-Carlo International TV Festival among other hosting and presentation work.
Rebecca grew up in New Jersey and graduated Summa Cum Laude from Dartmouth College in 2004 where she majored in French and Cinema Studies.