She’s the Hollywood actress, who is known for her self-deprecating humour and down-to-earth persona.
But before becoming a household name, the 37-year-old Australian star was just your average high-school student as seen in an epic throwback video shared to Instagram on Saturday.
The MTV Movie award-winning beauty looked unrecognisable with dark locks and a curly fringe in a clip believed to have been taken during her teen years at Tara Anglican School for Girls in Sydney’s North Parramatta.
Guess who? Hollywood star looks unrecognisable in epic throwback video from her high school days
Sporting a blue and white uniform, the Bridesmaids star looked fresh-faced and focused during a home video of her graduation ceremony.
The star in question is Rebel Wilson, who told fans on Saturday that she came across the footage while watching a home videos.
‘Watching home movies from high school in Australia and reminiscing x #highschoolreunion,’ she captioned.
‘Seeing all the old faces’: The 37-year-old took to Instagram on Saturday night, sharing a home video of her high school graduation
Familiar face: In the video, a fresh-faced Rebel from before her Pitch Perfect fame can be seen sitting in the front row of her graduating cohort, in what appears to be her all-girls school’s gym
In the video, a much younger Rebel, from before her Pitch Perfect fame, can be seen sitting in the front row of her graduating cohort, in what appears to be the school’s gym.
The teenager has her hair styled in the ponytail-and-bangs fashion which she is often seen rocking today, albeit in her natural brunette colour.
Rebel commentated the video, saying: ‘We’re watching some of my home movies and reliving all the memories and seeing all the old faces.’
It’s Rebel Wilson! The Bridesmaids star, who has trademark blonde locks, sported a darker mane in the throwback video
The camera then panned and brought Rebel’s face into shot, causing her to begin snickering at her former appearance.
‘It’s all very solemn though, we’re not celebrating’ Rebel added, noting the surprisingly glum look on all the students’ faces as they left the ceremony.
The throwback video comes after Rebel claimed Bauer Media engaged in an ‘intentional take down’ by publishing articles alleging she had lied about her age and real name.
‘They were just absolutely brutal and bullied me’: The throwback video comes after Rebel claimed Bauer Media engaged in an ‘intentional take down’ by publishing articles alleging she had lied about her age and real name
In an emotional interview with Channel Seven’s Sunday Night, Rebel tearfully recalled how she was left devastated by the publisher’s ‘brutal’ articles, leaving the actress feeling ‘bullied’ by the media.
‘They have no idea how actually brutally hard it is … yes I am an actress and I am in the public eye, but I’m a human being,’ she said.
Rebel won her legal case against Bauer Media in June for eight articles published in their magazines, including Woman’s Day and OK! Magazine, which claimed she had lied about her real name, age and childhood.
Victorious: In June Rebel won her legal case against Bauer Media for eight articles published in their magazines
The judge found the articles had damaged her reputation and marketability, awarding the actress a $4.5 million payout in October.
Bauer Media are appealing against the verdict and payout.
Success: The judge found the articles had damaged her reputation and marketability, awarding the actress a $4.5 million payout in October