Bubbly and buxom blonde bombshell Rebecca Joy LeBeau was born on February 11, 1962 in Los Angeles, California. She grew up in Beverly Hills. LeBeau earned a Bachelor's degree in psychology with honors from the University of Southern California. Starting in the early 1980s, Becky has made numerous appearances as either a model or actress in feature films (she's perhaps best known as Bubbles the Hot Tub Girl in the uproarious comedy film Back to School (1986)), posters, calenders, music videos (she's in both "California Girls" and "Just a Gigolo" by David Lee Roth), and pay-per-view television shows. Moreover, LeBeau has acted in a handful of enjoyable low-budget exploitation pictures for director Jim Wynorski; she's especially funny and memorable as a ditsy Strip-O-Gram girl in Not of This Earth (1988).
In 1989, Becky became the founder and principal of FantasyOne Communications, which has distributed its critically acclaimed television programming worldwide to such networks as Playboy TV, DirecTV and In Demand. In addition to acting and modeling, LeBeau is also an avid musician and composer who has made soundtrack contributions to several movies that include Beverly Hills Girls (1986), Sins of Desire (1993), Point of Seduction: Body Chemistry III (1994), Attack of the 60 Foot Centerfolds (1995) and Bikini Drive-In (1995). In her spare time, Becky swims for exercise and takes care of rescued dogs. More recently, LeBeau has worked as the producer and director of the hugely successful pay-per-view program "Hot Pink TV".