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November 4, 1982 |
Mandeville, Louisiana, United States
Early life and education
Reynolds was born in Mandeville, Louisiana. She attended Louisiana State University and was a member of the track team. In 2002, she was one of the finalists in the search to replace Brooke Burke as the host of Wild On!.
The Price is Right
While driving a prize car onto the set for a pricing game during an episode of The Price is Right, she crashed the bumper of the car onto Stage Door 3. Although Bob Barker mentioned that she was the second model to have done that, Janice Pennington's name was never mentioned. During the 2011 April Fool's Day episode, the event was recreated as a joke when Reynolds once again crashed a Ford Mustang into a breakaway version of Stage Door 3. After the crash, she could be heard saying "Oh no, not again!"
In addition to her role on The Price Is Right, Reynolds has made appearances on The Bold and the Beautiful, How I Met Your Mother, The Ellen DeGeneres Show, Let's Make a Deal and multiple Emmy Awards broadcasts. She appeared in the movie Jack and Jill starring Adam Sandler.
On the May 3, 2009 episode of The Price Is Right, host Drew Carey announced that Reynolds was engaged to a player from the Cleveland Indians, David Dellucci. On March 30, 2010, Carey announced that the couple had married. On the April 12, 2010, episode ("Ultimate Wedding Shower 2010"), the couple modeled wedding formalwear (a tuxedo for Dellucci, a wedding gown for Reynolds) as an item up for bids. On February 13, 2013, the couple's three-year wedding anniversary, Reynolds gave birth to a baby girl named Ruby. Reynolds appeared with daughter Ruby on the May 10, 2013 Mother's Day episode via Skype calling for the next mother and child pair to "Come on down!".
- Rachel Reynolds at the Internet Movie Database
- Rachel Reynolds' profile on the official Price Is Right website
- The Price Is Right model galleries
- Rachel Reynolds on Twitter
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