Rachel Harris is a 52-year-old beloved actress, and comedian. Harris is best known for starring as Dr. Linda Martin on an American TV series Lucifer.
Harris has made it on big to the small screen, whether it comes to delivering face to face entertainment as a comedian and appearing on TV shows or in top movies.
Age: 52 years old
Birthname: Rachael Elaine Harris
Birthday: January 12, 1968
Birthplace: Worthington, Ohio, America
Marital Status: Separated
Ex-Husband(s): Adam Paul, Christian Hebel
Profession: Actress and Comedian
Years active 1992–present
Height: 5feet 1” (155 cm)
Weight: 51 kg (approx.)
Net worth: $2 million (estimated)
Education: Thomas Worthington High School, Otterbein University
Hair Color: Blond
Eye color: Hazel
Rachael Harris: Early Life and Education
Harris was born in 1968 as Rachael Elaine Harris in Worthington, Ohio. Comedian actress celebrates her birthday every February 12. Besides, the more info on Rachael’s parents, siblings are not yet available.
Regarding education, Harris went to Worthington High School and graduated from there. Further, Rachael graduated from Otterbein College.
Afterward, she received a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts in the theatre.
Rachael Harris Profession and Career
The comedian blonde is best known for playing as Lucifer’s therapist in Lucifer and making appearances as a guest in tv shows like Sister, Sister, Reno 911!, New Girl, The Good Wife and Suits.
Firstly, Rachael performed on-stage with the improvisational comedy of Los Angeles, the Groundlings troupe. There she even served as a teacher in Groundlings school.
Rachael Harris Wikipedia
The gorgeous American star Harris made her debut in acting by appearing in a TV series SeaQuest DSV in 1993. Following, in 1997, Harris appeared on Star Trek: Voyager in 1997. The year was the same when she was a cast in The WB’s Sister, Sister.
Besides, the role as a correspondent in The Daily Show (2002-2003) and appearance as a guest on The Sarah Silverman Program, Reno 911!, The Good Guys, Friends, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Monk, Desperate Housewives, The West Wing, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation are the tv credits.
Besides, she played in Suits and the ABC sitcom Notes from the Underbelly.
As a comedian
Comedian actress Rachael has many ways of making her fans laugh. She made multiple appearances on VH1’s I Love the ’80s, I Love the ’90s and Best Week Ever. She made comments on pop culture in I Love the ’80s. Moreover, the blonde appeared on quirky commercials for Quaker rice cakes, Quaker Oats, Dinty Moore, T-mobile, Xperia, and many more. Performing with the Groundlings was her first approach towards the comedy field.
In 2009, she featured in comedy, The Hangover.
To be mentioned, the comedian more often played off of her signature style, especially for comedies like Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, The Hangover, and Evan Almighty.
Harris’s remarkable movie credits include Best in Show, For Your Consideration, Kicking & Screaming, and Daddy Day Care.
She played the role of lead’s mom in Diary of Wimpy Kid in 2010 and the following two sequels.
Rachael’s Personal Life, Family
The actress reveals not much about her personal life. However, her married life goes like this-
According to sources, Harris eloped with Christian Hebel on April 30, 2015, and finally got married in NY. The duo were parents of a baby boy, Henry, in July 2016, and the other one, Otto, in August 2018. Maybe the odds were not in their favor as they got separated in 2019.
Not that Hebel was Rachael’s first spouse. Earlier, she was married to Adam Paul in 2003. The anecdote in 2008 was that they were divorced.
Harris on Social Media
The actress loves updating her profile on social media. Rachael is on Instagram, her self-titled account has amassed 662k followers, following 798.
Not to forget, Harris’s 236.9k followers follow Harris’s verified twitter account.
Her fandom has created hundreds on fan pages on Facebook. She is not active on Facebook herself.