Born in Worthington, Ohio, under the name Rachael Elaine Harris, Rachael moved to LA, where she studied and majored in theater from the Otterbein College. She then performed with the Los Angeles improvisation troupe, Groundlings. She still is a member of The Groundlings Main Company and also teaches in the Groundlings School of Improvisation.
In 1993, she made her first appearance on television during "SeaQuest DSV." After this show, her TV career really began as she appeared in many shows, mini-series, commercials, theater work and films. Through her TV career includes hits shows, from "I Love the '90s" to "Star Trek: Voyager," she made many guest star appearances but only had a few number of recurring roles.
Rachael decided not only to star in TV shows, but to appears in films. Some of her most popular roles includes "Kicking and Screaming," with opposite Will Ferrell, "Best in Show," "The Haunted Mansion," "A Mighty Wind," "Starsky & Hutch" and "After the Sunset."
Not only starring on TV shows and films and theater work, her career also leaded her toward TV commercials. She starred in a T-Mobile commercial and a series of spots for Quaker Rice Snacks. Her work also include commercials for company like GEICO, AVIS, Expedia, Dinty Moore and Outback Restaurant.
On May 24th 2003, Rachael married actor Adam Paul. They both live together in the Los Feliz area of Los Angeles, California.… Expand
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|Notes from the Underbelly: Season 1||Apr 12, 2007||Cooper||7.0|
|I Love the 70s: Volume 2: Season 1||Jul 10, 2006||Herself||tbd|
|I Love the Holidays: Season 1||Nov 7, 2005||Herself||tbd|
|I Love the ‘80s: 3D: Season 1||Oct 24, 2005||Herself||tbd|
|Fat Actress: Season 1||Mar 7, 2005||Kevyn Shecket||tbd|
|Best Week Ever: Season 2||Sep 17, 2004||Herself||tbd|
|I Love The 90's: Season 1||Jul 12, 2004||Herself||tbd|
|Best Week Ever: Season 1||Jan 23, 2004||Herself||tbd|
|I Love the 90's Part Deux: Season 1||Jan 17, 2004||Herself||tbd|
|I Love the 80s Strikes Back: Season 1||Oct 20, 2003||Herself||tbd|
|I Love the 70s: Season 1||Aug 18, 2003||Herself||tbd|
|The Daily Show: Season 8||Jul 8, 2003||Correspondent (2002-03)||10|
|The Daily Show: Season 7||Jul 8, 2002||Correspondent (2002-03)||10|
|Sister, Sister: Season 3||Sep 6, 1995||Simone Flosser||tbd|