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Rebecca Ann Robinson, aka Becky Robinson, is a well-known comedian, actor, host, voice-over artist, writer, and digital media expert born in the United States on September 21, 1990.
This stand-up comedian and improv artist, "Lil Pickles," joined the cast of MTV's "Wild N Out" in season eight. She has been in a few movies. Becky Robinson's fans love her bubbly personality and sense of humor, which can also be heard in her voice-over work.
Education and Growing Up
Becky Robinson was born in Portland, but she grew up in Tigard. She finished Tigard Senior High School in 2009. A few months later, Becky Robinson moved to San Diego, California, to attend San Diego State University business school. There, she studied business and TV/theater. She completed an internship at TransWorld Media in Carlsbad, California, and went on to get a minor in Film, Television, and New Media. She completed her Bachelor's degree in 2013.
Professional and Career Highpoints
The National Comedy Theater and The La Jolla Comedy Store in San Diego are where Becky Robinson began performing stand-up and improv. At the same time, she was a student at San Diego State University. After moving to Los Angeles, she worked with Nikki Glaser on Comedy Central's "NSFW." In 2015, she was cast as the lead in the Oxygen pilot "Straight Up With a Twist."
Becky's stand-up career started to grow after she was in a few viral videos, such as the "McDonald's Proposal Fail." She also worked with Johnny Depp in the FunnyOrDie feature film "Art Of The Deal," in which they both played themselves. In the animated show "Court Ordered," Becky also did Rochelle's voice. She has done stand-up comedy under the name Lil Pickles on NuvoTV's "Cabo Comedy Festival Fresh Faces," FOX's "Laughs," and MTV's "Acting Out" in season eight.
As a digital media expert, she worked on YouTube strategies for "The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon," "Late Night with Seth Meyers," and "Jimmy Kimmel Live." In July 2020, she started an entertainment business called she went, Inc.
She has also done voices for animated shows like "Doug Unplugs," "Middlemost Post," "Ridley Jones," "The Monster Machines," "Blaze," "Kipo," "Straight Up," "Court Ordered," and others.
Becky Robinson's YouTube channel has 7.08 million followers and is full of sketches, goofs, bits, and other comedic videos. She set up a fundraiser for the Huntington's Disease Association in memory of her late mother, Sue Robinson.