Melissa Rauch Profile
Melissa Ivy Rauch is an American actress, model, and comedienne best known for her role as Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz on the sitcom The Big Bang Theory, for which she received a Critics’ Choice Television Award nomination in 2013 for Best Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. From 2004 to 2008, Rauch worked as a regular contributor on the VH1 series Best Week Ever.
Melissa Rauch Age
Rauch is 41 years old as of 2021. She was born Melissa Ivy Rauchon on 23 June 1980 in Marlboro, New Jersey, United States. She celebrates her birthday on 23 June every year.
Melissa Rauch Height
Rauch stands at a height of 4 feet 11 inches(1.52 m).
Melissa Rauch Family
Rauch is the daughter of Susan and David Rauch, a Jewish family living in Marlboro Township, New Jersey. She has an older brother, Ben. Bernadette’s voice is modeled after her parents: the “sweet, high-pitched purr” of her mother is modeled after her mother, and Mrs. Wolowitz’s “eerie, haranguing imitation” is modeled after her father.
Melissa Rauch Husband
Rauch is married to Winston Rauch (né Beigel), a writer who worked with her on The Miss Education of Jenna Bush and other projects. Rauch announced her pregnancy on July 11, 2017, and revealed that she had previously miscarried. Rauch announced on Instagram on December 4, 2017, that she had given birth to a daughter named Sadie. Rauch announced the birth of their son, Brooks, on May 4, 2020.
Melissa Rauch Net Worth
Rauch has an estimated net worth of $20 Million.
Quick Facts About Melissa Rauch
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Melissa Rauch Salary
Rauch earns $500 Thousand per episode.
Melissa Rauch Measurements
Rauch has a beautiful body. Her waistline is 27 inches, her hips 35 inches, her dress size 8(US), and her shoe size 7(US). She weighs 126 lb ( 57 kg).
Melissa Rauch The Bronze
Rauch co-wrote and co-produced the film The Bronze, in which she starred as Hope Annabelle Greggory, a bronze medalist clinging to her glory days from 12 years before. It was the opening film of the 2015 Sundance Film Festival.
Hope Ann Greggory, a former gymnastics bronze medalist, has been living off her celebrity status in her hometown of Amherst, Ohio, though she is forced to rely on her postal worker father’s mail deliveries for spending money.
When Hope’s former coach, Pavleck, commits suicide, she receives a letter stating that she will receive a $500,000 inheritance if she can guide Pavleck’s best student, a young gymnastics star named Maggie Townsend, to the Olympics in Toronto.
Maggie Pavleck’s gym is in jeopardy of closing because Pavleck died with no money. Hope devises a plan to fund the gym entirely on her own by selling uniforms and gymnastics lessons to local girls. Hope becomes inebriated and has sex with Lance Tucker, prompting a heartbroken Ben, who witnessed the act, to end their relationship.
Melissa Rauch Voice
Rauch voiced Harley Quinn in the 2017 animated film Batman and Harley Quinn, as well as Light Thief in Blaze and the Monster Machines’ “Light Riders.” Bernadette’s voice is modeled after her parents: the “sweet, high-pitched purr” of her mother is modeled after her mother, and Mrs. Wolowitz’s “eerie, haranguing imitation” is modeled after her father. Both are “extremely different” from Rauch’s natural voice.
Melissa Rauch The Office
Rauch played the role of Cathy Duke in The Delivery, a two-part episode of the sixth season of the American comedy series The Office. The series, presented as if it were a true documentary, depicts the daily lives of office workers at the fictional Dunder Mifflin Paper Company’s Scranton, Pennsylvania, branch.
Pam begins to have contractions in this episode but insists on waiting until midnight to go to the hospital in order to get an extra night at the hospital, which irritates Jim. The office tries to divert her attention to food and entertainment. She eventually goes to the hospital and has a daughter named Cecelia Marie Halpert.
Meanwhile, Michael, inspired by Pam and Jim’s relationship success, matches Erin with Kevin. Dwight, who was sent over to find Pam’s iPod, discovers mold in Pam and Jim’s house and remodels their entire kitchen, as well as considering a pre-natal contract with ex-girlfriend Angela because he believes he needs a baby for business reasons.
Part one is written and directed by Seth Gordon, while Part two is written and directed by Charlie Grandy and directed by Harold Ramis. The episode received mixed reviews from critics and premiered first in its time slot, propelling NBC to the night’s third highest-rated network.
Melissa Rauch True Blood
Rauch appeared in the American fantasy horror drama television series True Blood, in which she had a recurring role in 2010 as Summer, a girl who likes Hoyt. Sookie Stackhouse is a telepathic waitress who lives in the fictional rural town of Bon Temps, Louisiana.
It takes place two years after the invention of a synthetic blood product dubbed “Tru Blood,” which allows vampires to “come out of the coffin” and make their presence known to humanity.
It follows the vampires’ fight for equal rights and assimilation as anti-vampire organizations gain power. When Sookie falls in love with 174-year-old vampire Bill Compton, her world is turned upside down, and for the first time, she must navigate the trials and terrors of intimacy and relationships.
The show was produced by HBO in collaboration with Ball’s production company, Your Face Goes Here Entertainment, and aired on the premium cable network HBO in the United States. The seven-season, 80-episode series premiered on September 7, 2008, and concluded on August 24, 2014.
The first five seasons received overwhelmingly positive reviews, as well as nominations and wins for a number of awards, including a Golden Globe and an Emmy.
Melissa Rauch TV Shows
- 2120 – Animaniacs
- 2019 – Black Monday
- 2019 – Robot Chicken
- 2017 – Star vs. the Forces of Evil
- 2017 – Marvel’s Ant-Man
- 2017 – Blaze and the Monster Machines
- 2015 – Sofia the First
- 2015 – Scooby-Doo! and the Beach Beastie
- 2014 – Jake and the Never Land Pirates
- 2014 – Teenage Fairytale Dropouts
- 2014 – The Hotwives of Orlando
- 2010 – The Office
- 2010 – True Blood
- 2010 – Wright vs. Wrong
- 2009–2019 – The Big Bang Theory
- 2008–2009 – Kath & Kim
- 2007 – 12 Miles of Bad Road
Melissa Rauch Movies
- 2020 – Cats & Dogs 3: Paws Unite!
- 2019 – Ode to Joy
- 2019 – The Laundromat
- 2017 – Batman and Harley Quinn
- 2016 – Ice Age: Collision Course
- 2016 – Flock of Dudes
- 2015 – The Bronze
- 2014 – Are You Here
- 2013 – In Lieu of Flowers
- 2009 – I Love You, Man
- 2009 – The Condom Killer
- 2009 – Adventureland
- 2006 – Delirious