Becky Robinson & David Gborie

Becky Robinson & David Gborie


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About Becky Robinson & David Gborie

David Gborie:
David Gborie was born on May 5th, 1987, and was raised in the Seattle Metro area where he honed his comedic talents. At an early age, it became apparent that David’s ability to Ball, his Ballaptitude, as it were, would be out of control, and it was then that he knew he would be an incredible baller. David spent his formative years in Colorado, where he was running the 303 ragged, and, in general, fucking all manner of shit up. In early 2010, David moved westward with a dream, a pocketful of jokes, and the sassiest mouth this side of the Mississippi. He now lives in the Bay Area, where you can catch him telling jokes and wrecking faces all around.

Becky Robinson:
Becky Robinson is an American comedian, actress, writer and producer from Portland, Oregon. Becky started doing stand-up and improv at the La Jolla Comedy Store and The National Comedy Theatre of San Diego while attending San Diego State University. She graduated in 2013 and relocated to Los Angeles to pursue comedy full time after featuring her act on TedxTalks SDSU. Strapped with an energetic spirit and a slew of quirky characters, Becky quickly became the city's comedy darling. In 2015, she worked on Comedy Central's Not Safe with Nikki Glaser and was cast as a lead in the Oxygen pilot Straight Up with a Twist.' Becky acted alongside Johnny Depp in the FunnyOrDie feature film Art Of the Deal and has put out a number of viral videos including the 'McDonald's Proposal Fail'. Becky also played the voice of Rochelle in the animated show 'Court Ordered.' She has performed on 'Laughs' on FOX, NuvoTV's 'Cabo Comedy Festival Fresh Faces,' and recently wrapped shooting MTV’s stand up show ‘Acting Out'. This summer, she can be seen as a new cast member on Season 8 of MTV improv comedy series Wild 'N Out with Nick Cannon playing both herself and her nervous-rapping alter ego, Lil Pickles. If for some reason you miss her on television, you can see her character work regularly being blasted from digital comedy powerhouse FunnyOrDie.