American actress and comedian, Rachael Elaine Harris, is prominent for playing as Dr. Linda Martin in the fantasy series Lucifer.
Throughout the 2000s, Harris has guest-starred in television shows and worked on documentaries and advertisement campaigns. She has often had minor roles in theatrical films, including The Hangover. Recently, Harris appeared as a Co-VIP guest diner on the reality series Hell's Kitchen. Let's look at seven exciting facts of Rachael Harris.
Born on January 12, 1968, Rachael Harris is 52 years old as of 2020. She stands 5 feet and 1 inch tall (1.55 m).
She grew up in Worthington, a suburb of Columbus and graduated from Worthington High School. Later, she joined Otterbein College and majored in theater.
On stage, the 52 years old actress has performed with the Los Angeles improvisational comedy troupe, The Groundlings. The troupe has its own school in Los Angeles, where Harris has served as a teacher.
The 52 years old actress started using Twitter in August 2009 with the handle @RachaelEHarris. She currently has 213.7K followers on Twitter.
Rachael Harris at the 16th Annual Grace Rose Foundation Event. Source: Zimbio
On the other hand, as of now, 607,148 people follow the 52 years old actress on Instagram. Harris's Instagram handle is @rachaeleharris.
Rachael Harris played as Melissa in the 2009 comedy film The Hangover. Melissa is seen as the overbearing girlfriend of Stu, portrayed by Ed Helms.
However, The Hangover isn't the first project Helms and Harris worked together in. Rachael previously co-starred with Helms on late-night talk and news satire television program, The Daily Show.
Rachael played as Sheila Amanda Sazs in the legal drama television series Suits. Harris's character is seen as the Head of Admissions at Columbia University.
She is introduced as an employee of Harvard University in the third episode, Meet the New Boss, of the second season. Harris appeared from the second season to the ninth season, marking the tenth episode, One Last Con, of the ninth season as her last appearance.
Rachael Harris debuted on television with science fiction television series SeaQuest DSV in 1993. Before this, she had made her film debut on Treehouse Trolls as Big Mama. Other film credits of Harris include roles in A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, Kicking & Screaming, The Hangover, Diary of a Wimpy Kid,
The 52 years old actress also had guest roles in television shows, notably in Two Guys and a Girl, Friends, Stuart Little, Desperate Housewives, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, Cougar Town, Modern Family, The Office, and RuPaul's Drag Race.
Additionally, Harris has worked in television commercials of Dinty Moore, Avis, Expedia, Quaker Oats, T-Mobile, and GEICO. She has also appeared in the Super Bowl commercial for the 2010 Census. All of these works in movies, television shows, and advertisements have helped Harris to amass the net worth of $2 million.
Rachael Harris was married to Christian Hebel on April 30, 2015. Habel is a violinist, producer, songwriter, and concertmaster. He has joined well-known musicians like Billy Joel and Barbra Streisand in their concert tour. Habel is also Artistic Director for the National YoungArts Foundation.
Harris and Hebel got engaged in Capri, Italy, after attending the wedding of Neil Patrick Harris and David Burtka in September 2014. Both tied the knot eight months later in a small ceremony at New York’s City Hall attended by close friends and family.
They lived in Los Angeles, California, and New York City with their two sons: Henry Harris Hebel, born on July 19, 2016, and Otto Hebel, born on August 25, 2018. However, after staying together for four years, the couple separated in August 2019.
Harris married her first husband, Adam Paul, actor, writer, and director, on May 24, 2003. Paul and Harris separated on May 21, 2008.
Harris appears as Linda Martin in the television series Lucifer. Her character is seen as a therapist who resides in Los Angeles. Martin is also shown to have attended medical school before becoming a therapist suggesting that she is a medical doctor who has completed a residency in psychiatric medicine.
Along with Harris, the show features actors as Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Kevin Alejandro, D. B. Woodside, Lesley-Ann Brandt, Scarlett Estevez, Kevin Rankin, Tricia Helfer, Aimee Garcia, Tom Welling, Inbar Lavi, and many more.