Rachael Harris is an American actress best known for her role as Julie on the sitcom Notes from the Underbelly, from 2007-2008.
She is also known for her frequent appearances on VH1's nostalgia-based documentaries like I Love the 80s, I Love the 90s, and Best Week Ever.
Harris recently appeared in the feature films Evan Almighty, starring Steve Carell, and License to Wed, starring Robin Williams.
Previously she starred opposite Kirstie Alley in the Showtime series, Fat Actress. In the largely unscripted comedy, Harris played Alley's makeup artist, hairstylist and cheering squad member, Kevyn.
Harris is no stranger to comedy or improv. She is perhaps best known for her correspondent gig on The Daily Show with Jon Stewart.
In addition she has contributed to VH1's The Best Week Ever. She has also been seen on Monk, Reno 911, Frasier, The West Wing, Curb Your Enthusiasm, VH1's I Love The 80s Strikes Back and According to Jim.
Her film work includes Kicking and Screaming for Universal, opposite Will Ferrell, Best in Show, The Haunted Mansion, A Mighty Wind, Starsky & Hutch and After the Sunset.
She also has an impressive background in theatre, where she has appeared in The Importance of Being Earnest, The Speed of Darkness and Home Fires.
A native of Ohio, after graduating from Otterbein College with a degree in Fine Arts, Harris moved to Los Angeles in the mid 1990s, where she joined the famed comedy troupe The Groundlings.
She soon became a member of The Groundling Main Company, where she had a chance to focus on her skills and eventually teach class in The Groundling School of Improvisation.
Harris currently resides in Los Angeles with her husband, actor Adam Paul, whom she married in 2003.