Becca Parker

Played by Marta Milans


Becca Parker is Billy’s wife and doting mother to their two young daughters.  She is a strong-willed Latina of Mexican origin who manages bands for a living and tries to keep her family within strict lines of behavior and decorum.  She is a strong female role model for her daughters -- and a loyal friend and confidante for Molly. 


Marta Milans is a Spanish actress born and raised in Madrid. Marta fulfilled her dream of living in New York and studying theater, when she graduated from NYU with a double major in Acting and Art History.  Since then, she has been fighting to make room for herself in Hollywood, slowly but steadily.  She started working Off-Broadway in New York City and eventually landed roles in TV shows such as NBC’s “Law & Order SVU” and films including “The Disappearance of Eleanor Rigby” and “Shame” with Michael Fassbender.

Most recently she starred in the indie movie “Devoured” for which she received two Best Actress Awards in Molins International Film Festival in Barcelona and also in the New York Horror Film Festival. Marta is currently one of the leads in “Killer Women” opposite Tricia Helfer, Michael Trucco, Marc Blucas and Alex Fernandez.

She has developed her career in her native country Spain as well, being featured in lead roles for both feature films and television , such as “The Blue Skin,” directed by internationally renowned Gonzalo Lopez Gallego and a series lead for the TV series “The Brave Ones” (Valientes).

Marta is a multilingual actress (she is fluent in almost 7 languages. She's currently studying Russian).  In addition to acting, Marta has been busy establishing the sales of her family's Organic Goat Cheese from Spain in the United States.  Santa Gadea Organic Goat Cheese just launched at Whole Foods Market this fall. Marta serves as spokesperson and Vice President of the company.

Ms. Milans is also actively involved with Art of Elysium, a non-profit organization that focuses on bringing art to sick & developmentally challenged children both in Los Angeles and New York City. She is an accomplished yogi, lover of sports, travel and theater and film.