Before making her way to Australia, Becca received a BFA in Acting and a BA in Cinema and Television Arts from Elon University in North Carolina.
In 2016 Becca moved from her home state of Rhode Island to Chicago, where she pursued acting and comedy performance. She has trained in improvisational comedy with iO Chicago, The Second City, Annoyance Theatre and CiC Theatre. She also performs stand up, and has had the pleasure of opening for Colin Jost, of SNL fame. Her biggest television credit to date has been as Teresa Azen on an episode of Chicago Med in 2017.
In 2017 Stay & Run, a short film that Becca co-wrote and performed in, was selected for The Crested Butte Film Festival in Colorado and the Trinity Film Festival in Connecticut, where she won Best Actor.