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Gender: F Origin of Becky: Diminutive of Rebecca

One of those casual down-home names last popular in the 1960s.

Famous People Named Becky

Rebecca "Becky" Rosso, English actress; twin sister Milly Rosso
Becky G., (Rebbeca Marie Gomez) Mexican-American hip-hop singer and rapper
Rebecca "Becky" Quick, American journalist and newscaster
Becky Worley, American journalist/broadcaster'
Rebecca Marie "Becky" O'Donohue, American Idol contestant, actress, and singer; identical twin to Jessie O'Donohue
Becky Ann Baker, American actress
Becky Stern, American artist
Rebecca Lynn "Becky" Hammon, WNBA player
Becky Zerlentes, amateur boxer and martial artist
Becky Cloonan, comic book creator
Becky Mode, playwright
Becky Bayless, professional wrestler
Rebecca Elizabeth Sauerbrunn "Becky", defender for the USWNT

Pop Culture References for the name Becky

Becky Sharp, main character in "Vanity Fair"
Becky Thatcher, character in "The Adventures of Tom Sawyer"
Becky Walters, a character in the Quebecer parody show "Le coeur a ses raisons"
Rebecca "Becky" Conner-Healy, eldest daughter on TV's "Roseanne"
Becky, character in movie "What's Eating Gilbert Grape?"
Becky Rosen, character on TV's "Supernatural"
Becky Sproles, character on TV's Friday Night Lights
Rebecca "Becky" Bloomwood, of book and movie "Confessions of a Shopaholic"
Becky Jackson, character on TV's "Glee"
"Becky", song by Plies
"Becky Shaw," 2008 play by Gina Gionfriddo
Becky Baker, character on TV's "Degrassi"
Rebecca "Becky" Donaldson, character on TV's "Full House"
Becky, recurring character on TV's "How I Met Your Mother"
Becky Lynch, Professional Wrestler

Becki, Beckey, Beckie