Bhama started doing Improv at age 16 when she joined the Improv Troupe at Booker T Washington School of the Arts in Dallas, TX. She moved to Seattle in 1997, and joined The Edge in 1999. In addition to Improv, Bhama appears regularly in local and regional theatre, on the hit web shows Cookus Interruptus (along with fellow Edgers Cynthia Lair and Frank Buxton) and Wrecked, for which she was nominated for an Indie Soap Award. In Los Angeles, Bhama performed at Bootleg Theatre, the Hollywood Improv, MBar, and El Cid, as well as appearing in an episode of Grey's Anatomy. Most recent local ventures include the debut of her solo show Hippiecrit: I want to change the world, I just don't feel like it, which will re-mount in the spring, and a turn as Gloria in Boeing-Boeing at Seattle Rep. You might also recognize Bhama as "Rachel,” Bartell's not-so-secret shopper. When not performing, Bhama is a freelance audio producer for casual games and online learning.