Following Becky’s recent success in Britain’s got Talent, when she made the papers for making Simon Cowell cry with her touching rendition of “Over The Rainbow”, she has appeared in several touring productions. 
 
Becky had the privilege of working alongside Judy Garland’s daughter, Ms Lorna Luft, in “Judy - The Songbook of Judy Garland”. She then starred alongside the stars of Strictly come Dancing in the UK tour of “Puttin on the Ritz”.
Becky guest starred alongside Kenny Lynch & Anita Harris in “Sinatra, The Centennial Tour” and then went on to star in “The Rat Pack & Judy”, giving her the opportunity to once again take on the role of her all time idol, Ms Judy Garland. 
 
Most recently Becky appeared in the number 1 tour “That’s Entertainment” before taking on the role of LV in “The Rise & Fall of Little Voice”. 
 
Throughout her career Becky has been lucky enough to work in TV, Film, Theatre and Recording and perform alongside some of the worlds most amazing talents and celebrities. 
 
Becky has performed from a very young age, making her stage debut at only 2 years old.
She was born into a show business family and knew, as far back as she can remember, that her dream was to be on stage. 
 
Becky performed in her first professional production aged 7, and she continued to perform and train in Musical theatre until she completed her Drama degree.
She performed as principle girl in several pantomimes, including “Dick Whittington” and “Cinderella”, as well as taking on acting roles such as Lady Bracknell in “The Importance of Being Earnest” at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. 
 
In her early 20s, Becky toured America, Asia, Europe and the UK, as the lead vocalist in shows such as “Spirit of the Dance”, 
 
 
 
 
     
“Broadway, the Star Spangled Celebration” and “The Spirit of Christmas”. 
 
In 2004, Becky, alongside two of her sisters, took on the role of The Deering Sisters in the internationally acclaimed Pathe feature film, “Mrs Henderson Presents”. The sister act worked alongside Dame Judi Dench, Bob Hoskins, Director, Stephen Friers and Producer, Norma Heyman. They performed a song, specially composed for them by award winning composer George Fenton. “Babies of the Blitz” went on to become the theme song for the movie. 
 
The O’Brien Sisters recorded an extended version of the same song for the Sony BMG film soundtrack. 
 
Becky and her sisters, performed for the UK premiere of the film in Leicester square, alongside special guest, WillYoung.
This same rendition of Boogie Woogie Bugle Boy was then performed for the BBC VE day celebrations “A Party to Remember”. 
 
Her most honoured performances to date, were for Dame Judi Dench on her 70th birthday at Shepperton Studios and following in the footsteps of Judy Garland at The London Palladium.