Becca Scott Kerns:
• Born in Kansas City, Missouri USA on 20 February 1989
• American nationality
• Actress, comedienne, YouTuber, and Twitch streamer
• Best known for voicing Sophie Gray in the animated comedy series “South Park”
• Has writing and producing credits, and runs the YouTube channel “Good Time Society” with her friends
• Married to actor, film producer and comedian David Cyr Kerns since 2016
• Enjoys dressing up, going to the beach, playing board games, travelling, and watching movies in her spare time
• 32 years old
• Estimated net worth of over $300,000

Who is Becca Scott Kerns?

Becca Scott Kerns was born in Kansas City, Missouri USA, on 20 February 1989 – her zodiac sign is Pisces, and she holds American nationality. She’s an actress, comedienne, YouTuber, and a Twitch streamer, who’s perhaps known best for her voicing of Sophie Gray in the critically acclaimed animated comedy series “South Park”. It was created by Trey Parker and Matt Stone, who are also starring in it, and follows the lives of four boys who are attending an elementary school in South Park, Colorado. The series has been airing since 1997, and has won 23 awards, including five Primetime Emmys, while it’s been nominated for 90 other awards.

Early life and education

Becca was raised in Kansas City by her parents, about whom nothing’s known as she respects their privacy. Because she hasn’t spoken of having any siblings, she’s believed to be an only child.

She became interested in acting and comedy while still attending a local elementary school, and enjoyed making her peers laugh by performing tricks and telling jokes. Upon enrolling at a local high school, Becca joined its drama club and started appearing in school plays; she was also into sports during her four years there, mostly focused on playing volleyball.

Becca matriculated in 2007, and as she hasn’t talked about her further education, it’s believed that she hasn’t attended college.

Roles in movies

Becca made her debut film appearance in 2009, when she portrayed Female Customer in the horror “Berdella”; the following years saw her star in a couple of short movies, such as the 2009 drama “Queen of Diamonds”, the 2011 comedy “Monkey See Monkey Do”, and the 2012 science fiction “The Realtor”.

Her following notable performance was in 2017, when she played Banjo, in the thriller “Hacker”, written and directed by Nadeem Soumah, and which starred Haylie Duff, Craig Stark and Dan Spector. It follows a teenage girl who watched her father being arrested, and who’s now an adult and has become a hacker. The same year saw Becca appear in several other movies, including the drama “This Is Us”, and the horror “Turn”.

Three of her most recent film roles have been in the 2018 short drama “Inhale”, the 2019 short drama “Just Us Girls”, and the 2020 short thriller “Thank You for Your Consideration”.

Roles in TV series

Becca made her debut TV series appearance in 2012, with her portrayal of Bee in the episode “The Birthday Party” of the fantasy “Funny Days”, and in 2013 she starred in the episode “Superhero” of the short drama “The Flipside”.

Also in 2013, Becca starred as Katie, alongside Crystal Dilworth and Felicia Kelley, in the comedy “Fail Lab”, and the following years saw her make a guest appearance in an episode of various series, such as the drama “Beautiful Fools”, the comedy talk-show “Comedy Bang! Bang!”, and the comedy “Bad Internet”.

In 2018 and 2019, she played Chloe in the horror “Vampire: The Masquerade: L.A. By Night”, which starred Cynthia Marie and Alexander Ward, and follows four vampires who are living in Los Angeles.

Two of Becca’s most recent roles in TV series have been in the 2019 episode “Game of Thrones” of the comedy “Tempting Fate”, and the 2021 episode “Ashes, Ashes” of the horror “The Sheridan Tapes”.

Other credits

Becca has three writing and nine producing credits. In 2012, she wrote and produced the short film “The Realtor”, and the same year she wrote the short film “Dance Macabre”, and the episode “The Birthday Party” of the series “Funny Days”.

Becca Scott Kerns

Some of her producing credits include five episodes of the series “Law of the Land” in 2013, the 2016 episode “Wedding” of the comedy “Gregg & Becca”, and 63 episodes of the game-show “Game the Game” in 2019.

Becca has made a guest appearance in various talk-shows, such as “Agent Carter After Show”, “TableTop”, and “Um, Actually”.

YouTube channel-

Becca and her friends launched their YouTube channel – “Good Time Society” – on 16 October 2012, and it’s today subscribed to by close to 25,000 people, and numbers close to 1.3 million views of all their videos combined. They are mostly focused on uploading comedy content, and we’re going to mention three of their most popular YouTube videos.

Their #1 video “Call of Cthulhu Classic RPG | The Auction with Becca Scott” has been watched close to 70,000 times since 11 July 2021, and features Becca and her friends playing the board game “Call of Cthulhu Classic”.

Their second most popular video “Munchkin: Critical Role Playthrough | Gameplay’d with Becca Scott” has been viewed over 48,000 times since 13 April 2021, and features her and her friends teaching people how to play the title board game.

Their third most popular video “How to Play Call of Cthulhu 7th Edition RPG | Rules Overview | How to Game w/Becca Scott” has been viewed more than 43,000 times since 26 August 2020 – the title’s quite self-explanatory.

Love life and husband

Becca’s more or less secretive when it comes to her love life, but it’s known that she’s been married to David Cyr Kerns since 2016.

He’s also an actor, film producer and comedian, perhaps known best for having been producing the hit comedy series “College Humor Originals” since August 2006. He and Becca have collaborated on numerous YouTube videos, as they’re running the channel “Good Time Society” together.

They don’t have children, and this is widely believed to be because they both want to focus on their careers, however, there are also those who claim that perhaps one of them (or both) is infertile.

Becca hasn’t spoken of any other men whom she has perhaps been with, and as of August 2021, she’s married to David Cyr Kerns, and doesn’t have children.

Hobbies and other interests

Becca loves to dress up as video game characters, and doesn’t usually skip on an opportunity to attend a Halloween party, or a cosplay event; her Instagram account is filled with pictures of her wearing various costumes.

She likes summer the most, as lying at the beach is one of her favorite things in the world. Becca also enjoys going scuba diving, and playing beach volleyball.

She’s into travelling, and has been to various US states with her husband, while it appears as they are yet to travel to Europe.

Becca’s a huge fan of board games, with a couple of her favorites being “Dungeons & Dragons”, “Scythe” and “Azul”.

In her spare time, which is mostly late at night, she likes to watch movies starring her favorite actor and actress, Jim Carrey and Julia Roberts, such as “Ace Ventura – Pet Detective: When Nature Calls”, “Bruce Almighty” and “Notting Hill”.

Age, height and net worth

Becca’s age is 32. She has long brown hair and brown eyes, her height is 5ft 6ins (1.68m) and she weighs around 128lbs (58kgs).

As of August 2021, her net worth has been estimated at over $300,000.


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