She is currently a member of "The Groundlings Main Company" and also teaches in the "Groundlings School of Improvisation." "The great thing about the Groundlings is that we have rules that you work from.Some of the basic rules are you never deny what somebody comes up with.You label the situation and add information that is positive.
Background: “Right off the bat I’d say Madeleine Kahn because I adore her. On the big screen, she was credited in such films as Best in Show (2000), A Mighty Wind (2003), Daddy Day Care (2003), Starsky & Hutch (2004), Kicking & Screaming (2005), and For Your Consideration (2006).
Comedic actress Rachael Harris, whose trade mark is her glasses, was widely recognized while serving as correspondent (2002-2003) on Comedy Central's acclaimed half-hour American comical news television program "The Daily Show," and playing Kevyn Shecket, Kirstie Alley’s make-up and hair stylist on Showtime's one-season sitcom "Fat Actress" (2005).
You know, just very real, very funny woman.” Rachael Harris (on her favorite comedic actress).
As for her upcoming projects, Harris will appear in Evan Almighty (alongside Steve Carell and Morgan Freeman) and License to Wed (with Robin Williams and Mandy Moore).
TV viewers will soon watch her on an upcoming ABC sitcom, "Notes from the Underbelly," which will premiere on April 11, 2007 at pm.
Rachael Elaine On January 12, 1968, Rachael Elaine Harris was born in Worthington, Ohio.She graduated from Worthington High School and received a BFA degree in 1990 from Otterbein College, a private, independent and liberal arts college located fifteen miles northeast of Columbus.Rachael has performed with the Los Angeles improv troupe, Groundlings.You also never play crazy or a child younger than eight because it can make the information being said unreliable.The rules we play with allow you to be creative but still push the scene forward." Rachael Harris. I love all of the American Idol kids.” Rachael Harris.Rachael has been married to actor Adam Paul since and currently lives in Los Angeles with him. Daily Show After auditioning for three years, Rachael Harris landed on her first television gig in an October 1993 episode of NBC sci-fi series “Sea Quest DSV.” She followed it up with bit parts in Henri Charr's crime drama film Cellblock Sisters: Banished Behind Bars (1995; starring Gail Harris and Annie Wood) and writer-director Francis Megahy's pseudo-documentary on the disappearance of a fictitious wealthy British film producer, Kevin Johnson, The Disappearance of Kevin Johnson (1997; starring Pierce Brosnan, James Coburn and Dudley Moore).