Becky London

Becky London

Becky has worked on Broadway in Marlene, at Lincoln Center in Ubu, and frequently Off-Broadway, including Wendy Wasserstein’s Isn’t It Romantic at the Lucille Lortel Theater, Othello with Theater for a New Audience at CSC, Last of the Red Hot Lovers at American Jewish Theater, and The Charity That Began At Home at the Mint. As a member of Charles Busch’s Off-Broadway Theater-in-Limbo Company, she appeared in Vampire Lesbians of Sodom (New York and Tokyo), Psycho Beach Party, Shanghai Moon, and Pardon My Inquisition. Regional credits include the The Real Thing (The Old Globe), Fires in the Mirror (Trinity Rep), Twelfth Night (Walnut Street Theater), as well as appearances at Yale Rep, Centerstage, San Jose Rep, Capital Rep, Portland Stage, Tennessee Rep, Caldwell Playhouse, Cincinnati Playhouse, the Wilma Theater, and many others. Television credits include all three Law & Orders, Inside Amy Schumer, Blue Bloods, Conviction, Third Watch, Quantum Leap, The Equalizer, All My Children and Guiding Light. Film work includes United 93Changing Lanes, Nasty Baby, El Camino, Never Forever, and A Very Serious Person.

Becky was a founding member of UNYYC, the Unofficial New York Yale Cabaret. With UNNYC, she directed Separating the Men from the Bulls and adapted and starred in Wendy’s Words, a tribute to the late Wendy Wasserstein. In L.A., Becky was a founding member of the Writers Lab and a company member of Singular Productions. Becky is a Yale School of Drama grad.

In addition to her acting work, Becky has been an acting teacher and coach for over 25 years. She is currently on the faculty at the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts, and also teaches privately.