Harris at the 2017 WonderCon
Rachael Elaine Harris
January 12, 1968
|Other names||Rachel Harris|
|Alma mater||Otterbein College|
(m. 2003; div. 2008)
(m. 2015; separated 2019)
Rachael Elaine Harris (born January 12, 1968) is an American actress and comedian. She is known for her numerous television roles, such as starring as Dr. Linda Martin on Lucifer and as a guest star on TV shows such as Sister, Sister, Reno 911!, New Girl, Suits and The Good Wife.
She debuted on television on SeaQuest DSV in 1993. After an appearance on Star Trek: Voyager in 1997, Harris went on to a recurring role in The WB's Sister, Sister. Other television credits include a stint as a correspondent for The Daily Show's 2002–2003 season, as well as guest roles on The Sarah Silverman Program, Reno 911!, The West Wing, The Good Guys, Friends, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Monk, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, and Desperate Housewives in November 2008. Harris played the supporting role of Kevyn Shecket, Kirstie Alley's personal makeup artist, on the Showtime series Fat Actress in 2005-2009. She also appears in Suits as Sheila Sazs, Louis Litt's on-and-off again love interest. She played Cooper in the ABC sitcom Notes from the Underbelly.
Harris hosted Smoking Gun TV in 2004, and has made multiple appearances on such VH1 documentaries as I Love the '80s, I Love the '90s, and Best Week Ever. On ABC's Cougar Town, she played Shanna, a woman that the network describes as being the "nemesis" of Jules. Also on ABC, she made a guest appearance in the Modern Family episode "Caught in the Act" as an Amelia, a restaurateur and mother to a playmate of Lily Pritchett.
In March 2014, Harris began a new role in the very short-lived series Surviving Jack with Chris Meloni. In March 2015, Harris was cast as Linda, Lucifer's therapist in the Netflix original series Lucifer.
She debuted on film in the 1992 film Treehouse Trolls as Big Mama, Harris recalls the experience, "But Treehouse Trolls, that just came out of an audition in this shitty theater. Like, it wasn’t even a theater. It was a room. Near Times Square. And I was like, "I hope this is a legitimate audition. I could be going in for a porn. I don’t know"". Her film credits include roles in Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, For Your Consideration, Kicking & Screaming, and Daddy Day Care. In the 2009 comedy The Hangover she plays Melissa, the domineering girlfriend to Ed Helms's character Stu. She previously co-starred with Helms on The Daily Show. She plays the mother of the main character in the film Diary of a Wimpy Kid (2010) and its two sequels.
Harris' TV commercial work includes ads for Dinty Moore, Avis, Expedia, Quaker Oats, T-Mobile, GEICO, and a Super Bowl commercial for the 2010 Census. She is the voice of turtle Karolyn Slowsky in the Comcast Slowskys television commercials.
Harris and violinist Christian Hebel eloped on April 30, 2015 and wed in New York City. Their first son, Henry, was born on July 19, 2016. On August 25, 2018, Harris gave birth to their second son Otto. Harris filed for divorce from Hebel in 2019.
|1993||SeaQuest DSV||Rose||1 episode|
|1997||Star Trek: Voyager||Martis||Episode: "Before and After"|
|1998||Sister, Sister||Simone||5 episodes|
|1999||Serial Experiments Lain||Female Knight||Voice: English version|
|2000||The Amanda Show||N/A||1 episode|
|Two Guys and a Girl||Pregnant Damsel||1 episode|
|2001||Grosse Pointe||Reporter||1 episode|
|Three Sisters||Sal||1 episode|
|2002||Judging Amy||Alumni Volunteer #2||1 episode|
|Friends||Julie||Episode #8.23: "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby (Part 1)"|
|2003||Frasier||Erin||Episode #11.09: "Guns N' Neuroses"|
|Stuart Little||Margalo||Episode #1.02: "A Model Driver"|
|2003–2009||Reno 911!||Debbie Dangle-Frost, Claire the Madam||6 episodes|
|2004||Curb Your Enthusiasm||Joanne||2 episodes|
|According to Jim||Mindy||1 episode|
|The West Wing||Corrine McKenna||Episode: "The Hubbert Peak"|
|2005||Fat Actress||Kevyn Shecket||7 episodes|
|Monk||Alice Westergren||1 episode|
|8 Simple Rules||Margaret Brandenbauerbern||1 episode|
|2006||Reno 911!||Debbie Dangle||3 episodes|
|2007||The New Adventures Of Old Christine||Claire||1 episode|
|Notes from the Underbelly||Cooper||Main cast|
|Matters of Life and Dating||Carla||Movie|
|2007–2008||The Sarah Silverman Program||School Teacher||2 episodes|
|2008||Desperate Housewives||Sandra Birch||Episode: "City on Fire"|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Megan||1 episode|
|Pushing Daisies||Georgeann Heaps||1 episode|
|Suburban Shootout||Natalie Davenport||N/A|
|Hollywood Residential||Rachael||Voice, 3 episodes|
|Frisky Dingo||A.L.E.X.||2 episodes|
|Emily's Reasons Why Not||Lila Cox-Weiner||1 episode|
|2008–2009||Worst Week||Julie||2 episodes|
|2008–2010||The Life & Times of Tim||Adam's Date||Voice, 3 episodes|
|2009||Cougar Town||Shanna||1 episode|
|True Jackson, VP||Kitty Monreaux||1 episode|
|In the Motherhood||Blair||5 episodes|
|2010||My Boys||Marcia||3 episodes|
|Glenn Martin, DDS||Melissa the Wedding Planner||Voice, 1 episode|
|Childrens Hospital||Mrs. Throman||1 episode|
|The Good Guys||Cynthia Savage||1 episode|
|Party Down||Marguerite Tayler||1 episode|
|Gary Unmarried||Rachael||1 episode|
|2011||Modern Family||Amelia||Episode: "Caught in the Act"|
|Archer||Rona Thorne||1 episode|
|$h*! My Dad Says||Soledad Cho||1 episode|
|2012||New Girl||Tanya Lamontagne||4 episodes|
|Happy Endings||Suzanne||Episode "Sabado Free-Gante"|
|2013||Newsreaders||Wendy Hayflack||1 episode|
|The Office||Rachael||1 episode|
|2012–2019||Suits||Sheila Sazs||28 episodes|
|2014||Surviving Jack||Joanne Dunlevy||Series regular|
|Bad Judge||Dana McCoy||1 episode|
|2015||BoJack Horseman||Cardigan Burke (voice)||1 episode|
|RuPaul's Drag Race||Herself/Judge||1 episode|
|2016–present||Lucifer||Dr. Linda Martin||Main cast|
|2018||Hell's Kitchen||Herself||Co-VIP guest diner for the blue team; Episode: "Hell Freezes Over"|
|2020||Make It Work!||Herself||Television special|
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…actor Rachael Harris in 1968 (age 52)
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