Becca Ingram: Mormon Actress
Rebecca Ingram Morales is an award-winning, up-and-coming actress who received the National Partners of the American Theatre Classical Acting Award, which comes with a fellowship/internship at the renowned Shaw Festival in Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario, Canada, in 2012. Ted Bushman, who was her acting partner at the Washington, D.C., competition, earned the Kingsley Colton Award for Outstanding Partner. It is considered a remarkable achievement for both the competing actor and a scene partner to be honored for their work in tandem.
At the 2012 Student Awards Celebration for Theatre funded by the Ray and Tye Noorda Foundation, she received the Outstanding Student Finalist Award and the Outstanding BFA Acting Award. She earned her BFA in acting at Brigham Young University. At BYU she played Anne in The Diary of Anne Frank and Caroline in Fontanelle, among other roles.
In 2014, she played the role of Katherine in The Favorite, which won an honorable mention in the LDS Film Festival. She also appeared in Saints and Soldiers: The Void and Women of Faith. In 2012, she played Linda Seton in BYU's production of Phillip Barry's romantic comedy, Holiday. In 2009, she acted in the online TV Series The Book of Jer3miah, and the short Spit.
Morales is a member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She married in 2012.