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The Hangover actress Rachael Harris files for divorce from husband of four years Christian Hebel
Revisit " Sister, Sister " and more '90s TV throwbacks that need a revival now. See our picks list. Looking for something to watch? Sign In. Down this week. Rachael Harris was born in Worthington, Ohio, where she spend most of her early life. In , she graduated from Worthington High School.
The actress, best known for playing the role of Melissa, the fiance of Ed Helms' character Stu in the comedy, filed to split with the Broadway violinist on Wednesday following a marriage spanning more than four years, TMZ reported. Harris recently cited personal reasons in her withdrawal from a convention in support of her show Lucifer, according to the outlet. Extremely excited,' Hebel tweeted at the time. He told the outlet of Harris in March of that year, 'Everything she does is over-the-top and amazing. It's really, really funny. To mark their first anniversary, she wrote to Hebel in an Instagram post: 'You are an ocean of love and consistency in my life and I am blessed beyond to have you as a partner in life. No Time to Die: Behind-the-scenes photos Photos. Debunking Tarantino's 'mockery' of Bruce Lee Ozy.
Comedic blonde actress Rachael Harris has found plenty of ways to make audiences laugh, whether it meant commenting on pop culture for VH1's I Love the '80s or appearing in quirky commercials for Quaker rice cakes. A veteran of the Los Angeles improve troupe the Groundlings, Harris transitioned to the screen as a correspondent for the popular news-parody The Daily Show. With her horn-rimmed glasses and tightly wound persona, Harris immediately found her niche in on-screen comedy, garnering fans with her own brand of straight-faced delivery. Harris would occasionally take on completely different characters for TV and film roles like her part in 's The Soloist, but the comedian more often played off of her own signature style, especially for comedies like Best in Show, A Mighty Wind, The Hangover, and Evan Almighty.