Bec is a New Zealand based comedian, producer and actor.
Since graduating from University of Canterbury in 2006, where Bec studied English and Theatre and Film Studies, she has written, directed, produced and acted in a variety of comedy shows, short films, webisodes and plays.
In 2016 Bec was cast as the lead female in the NZ feature film Cade, alongside NZ comedians Brendhan Lovegrove and Jeremy Elwood.
Bec set up her own comedy company Pop Up Comedy in 2017, and produces open mic and pro comedy nights in Auckland, Methven and other regions of New Zealand.
In 2019, Bec had a storming year in NZ Comedy, debuting at New Zealand International Comedy Festival, opening for Urzila Carlson at the Christchurch Town Hall, nominated for Breakthrough Comedian of the Year and Outstanding Contribution to Comedy Industry(2018 & 2019), and had a regular spot on TV3s The Project as Whip Around reporter.
Bec was set to debut her new one hour show 'Role Model' at the 2020 Melbourne International Comedy Festival and her other new show 'Y2K' at the 2020 New Zealand International Comedy Festival, but due to Covid 19, these festivals were cancelled.
During level 4 lockdown Bec filmed daily episodes of Bec Time Stories (stories from her five and six year old self) with help from Milo the rescue cat.
Bec performs stand-up comedy at various venues around New Zealand and Australia.