Becky worked for many years in the civil service as a procurement manager and now works freelance. She loved acting and drama lessons at school and was really pleased to return to acting in 2000 with the Department of Health drama club (the Carlton Players).
Becky performed many different “women on the edge” roles with the Carltons including overbearing talk show host, desperate glamour model, nosey neighbour, bereaved mother and suffragette Emily Wilding Davison, for which she won the best civil service actress award.
After Becky started to work freelance in 2010 she has been able to focus more on building her acting skills and experience by attending courses at the Actors Centre and joining KDC drama group.
Becky is finding the Extreme Psych role playing relatively relaxing: “It’s a huge relief not to be shot or run over by a horse (…so far)”.