based in Charleston, SC. Born a Georgia Peach, Becca was first an athlete. Following her brothers' footsteps wherever they led, she was an all-star competitive swimmer (Junior Olympics - 50 meter breaststroke) and springboard diver, a ballerina, as well as a baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, and tennis player. She marched from the field to piano to choir and ultimately onto the stage.
Becca received a Masters in Media & Performing Arts from the Savannah College of Art & Design where she was awarded an artistic achievement fellowship and was selected to be a member of the President's singing ensemble. She received a BA in French and Theatre from the College of Charleston and the Universite Paul Valery III in Montpellier, France. Becca studied Music Theatre Performance under Bill Wesbrooks at New York University and Drama under Bob Francesconi at the South Carolina Governor’s School for the Arts.
Anderson joined Sweet William Collective (NYC) in mounting their inaugural production of Ron Fitzgerald’s Parts Unknown and has worked in television, film, commercials, and print. She has been seen on stage regionally with 34 West, PURE Theatre, What If? Productions, Village Repertory Company, Charleston Stage, Midtown Productions, Sheri Grace Productions, The Company Company, Holy City Shakespeare, Charleston Shakespeare Project, Centre Stage, Footlight Players, and UNED!TED Artists.
Becca Anderson can also be found performing with cabaret trio, The Belles, and is a proud member of the Arts Council with College of Charleston's School of the Arts. She serves as a coach, judge, and performer for a variety of professional, educational, and independent events throughout the region.