Rachel Dratch Net Worth

How much is Rachel Dratch worth?

Net Worth:$5 Million
Date of Birth:February 22, 1966 (58 years old)
Gender:Female
Height:1.52 m, 4 ft 11 in
Profession:N/A
Nationality:N/A
Rachel Dratch Net Worth:
$5 Million

Rachel Susan Dratch, better known simply as Rachel Dratch, is an American actress, comedian, writer and producer best known for her appearances on the NBC television show Saturday Night Live (SNL), where she performed for 7 years. She is also known for film roles in Click, Just Go With It and I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry. Born and raised in Lexington, Massachusetts, she is the daughter of Paul Dratch, a radiologist, and Elaine Ruth, a transportation director. She has one younger brother named Daniel, who is a television producer and writer, most recently on Anger Management. She belongs to Russian Jewish and Polish Jewish descent.

More about the earnings of Rachel Dratch

Actor Rachel Dratch has a networth that has to be considered more than decent.

Career

Dratch grew up as the class clown type, and in her high school plays, she often preferred participating in comedies overplays.

Personal Life

Rachel met the love of her life John Wahl, who is a Californian Consultant; in a Bar in the year 2009, six months later, she learnt that she was pregnant with Eli Benjamin, who was born on the 24th of August 2010. During an interview, she confessed that her pregnancy at 44 years of age actually surprised her. After their son was born, her husband moved to New York City from California, and he wanted to be close to his family.

Inspirational Quotes by Rachel Dratch

I did some acting in high school, I knew I really liked it.

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I could see myself in some sort of pioneer bonnet, it's my childhood fantasy, but I think I look too Jewish for the prairie.

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Many comedians have a dark side that lets them take a negative thing and turn it funny.

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I started doing improv my sophomore year.

Rachel Dratch

I think for anyone - male or female - in improv, the biggest thing to get over is the fear. I think every improviser has that.

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