Tuesday 27 June 2017

Melissa Rauch

Melissa Ivy Rauch was born on 23 June, 1980. She is a renowned American actress and comedian. She is most known for her work in The Big Bang Theory, a CBS sitcom, in which she portrayed the character of Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski Wolowitz. She has been entertaining the audiences since 2006, when she played the role of Megan in the movie Delirious. Her other notable credits include True Blood (in which she featured as Summer in a recurring role, 2010), The Office ( as Cathy Duke, 2010), 2009 movie I love You, Man and 2016 movie Flock of Dudes (as Jamie, 2016). She also featured in the comedic stage shoe The Realest Real Housewives (2011).

Melissa Rauch Religion

Melissa is a Jew by religion, but she has never explicitly stated anything about her religious beliefs. However, going by some of her statements, we know that she has a fascination for Christmas, though she has never celebrated it.

Melissa Rauch Political Views

MeliMelissa's twitter feed does contain some tweets on major political topics but they are more as jokes rather than serious discussions. It seems that, she, in particular, doesn't want to discuss politics. But as she is an actress and also a Jew, we may safely assume that she might be liberal.

Who is she dating?

Melissa is married to Winston Rauch (born as Winston Beigel), who is also his writing partner. They have worked together for many projects, including her one- woman show The Miss Education of jenna Bush. She encountered him for the first time in her college.

Melissa Rauch Hobbies

Not much is known about Melissa's hobbies but as she is also a writer , we may assume that it is something which she enjoys doing in her leisure time. Her interest in acting is all- known. Besides, she loves an arcade and boardwalk game.

Interesting Facts

  1. Melissa started off her journey by performing as a stand-up comedian in stage shows in New York.
  2. She is ranked #64 in Maxim's "Hot 100" list (2014). 
  3. She has co- written and co- produced the 2015 movie Bronze in which she has played the role of Hope Annabelle Greggory.