Melissa Rauch Biography
An American actress and comedian, Melissa Rauch was born as Melissa Ivy Rauch on June 23, 1980, in Marlboro Township, New Jersey to a Jewish family. Her parents are Susan and David Rauch. She has one sibling, Ben Rauch. She attended Frank Defino Central Elementary School in Marlboro and she dreamed of becoming an actress as a child. While going to school, Melissa performed stand-up comedy around Manhattan and eventually starred in her own one-woman show " The Miss Education of Jenna Bush".
Melissa Rauch holds an American nationality and belongs to white ethnicity. Moving to her personal life, Melissa Rauch is happily married lady. Melissa Rauch and her husband Winston Rauch got married in 2007. Her husband Winston is a writer. The two began their romantic love affairs and they began dating each other as a boyfriend and girlfriend during their college days.
Her husband Winston Rauch collaborated with her on The Miss Education of Jenna Bush and other projects. Age 36, gorgeous and beautiful actress, Melissa Rauch is active on social sites like Twitter and Instagram. She has an estimated net worth of U.S $ 6 million.
Born in Marlboro Township, New Jersey United States
Melissa Rauch was born on June 23, 1980, in Marlboro Township, New Jersey. Her birth name is Melissa Ivy Rauch. Her parents are Susan and David Rauch. She was raised by her parents with her brother, Ben Rauch.Edit
Made her film debut Delirious
She made her film debut in "Delirious" playing the role as Megan in 2006. Then she made her appearances in the film, such as I Love You, Man, The Condom Killer, Are You Here, Ice Age: Collision Course and Flock of Dudes.Edit
Married with Winston Rauch
Melissa Rauch is married to Winston Rauch in 2007. Melissa Rauch's husband Winston is a writer. She and her husband Winston Rauch collaborated with her on The Miss Education of Jenna Bush and other projects.Edit
Made her TV debut 12 Miles of Bad Road
She made her television debut in "12 Miles of Bad Road" in 2007. 12 Miles of Bad Road was created by writer Linda Bloodworth-Thomason and it was produced by Bloodworth-Thomason and Harry Thomason's Mozark Productions, as well as HBO.Edit
Made her notable appearance The Big Bang Theory
She made her notable appearance on television sitcom "The Big Bang Theory " in 2009. Which was directed by Mark Cendrowski and created by Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady, both of whom serve as executive producers on the series, along with Steven Molaro.Edit