Rhea Seehorn

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Rhea Seehorn is an American actress who most recently starred in NBC's Whitney. Seehorn is also known for her role as Cheri Baldzikowski in ABC's I'm With Her and Ellen Swatello in TNT's Franklin & Bash. She has been cast as "Kim Wexler" in the Breaking Bad prequel Better Call Saul.[1]

Seehorn studied painting and drawing from a young age, following in the footsteps of her father and grandmother. Although she continued in the visual arts, she also had a growing passion for the movies and theater. She was introduced to contemporary theater in college.

Her film credits include roles in the independent features Riders and Floating, and the independent shorts The Pitch, The Gentlemen, and The Case Against Karen. Her theater credits include the Broadway production of 45 Seconds from Broadway, as well as roles in The World Over, All My Sons, Stop Kiss, How I Learned to Drive, Freedomland, and Marat/Sade.

Although she grew up in such diverse places as Japan, Arizona, Virginia Beach and Washington, DC, she now makes her home in Los Angeles.

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