Rachel Dratch

Rachel Dratch
===INTRODUCTION=== '''Rachel Dratch''' is a sketch girl through and through. She's been a part of The Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and Saturday Night Live.

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Birthday
1966-02-22
Nickname
Rach
Birthname
Rachel Susan Dratch
Sign
Pisces
Hometown
Lexington Massachusetts
Country
United States
Ethnicity
White
Height
4'11"
Weight
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Job
Actress Writer Comedian
Hobbies
Playing The Cello
Assets
Funny Kinds Hot...disturbingly Commanding Rack
Vices
Cut Out Of 30 Rock
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Breast
36
Waist
31"
Hips
33"
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Legs
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INTRODUCTION


Rachel Dratch is a sketch girl through and through. She's been a part of The Second City, Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre, and Saturday Night Live.

LIFE STORY


Dratch's mother, Elaine, was an energy director. There is no word exactly what an energy director does, but when you copulate with a radiologist you conceive a strange looking, funny daughter who makes enough money to take care of her parents and put them in a nice home. Surely, The University of Phoenix will have an Energy Director, degree available online shortly.


Dratch has appeared in several movies, primarily because she looks weird, including Martin & Orloff, The Hebrew Hammer, Down with Love, Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star, and Click, to name a few. She also has joined fellow SNL cast members on A.S.S.S.S.C.A.T.: Improv which aired September 7, 2005, on the Bravo channel. Dratch has also made television appearances on NBC's Third Watch and in a recurring role on King of Queens. Dratch wrote, directed, and performed in the short film The Vagina Monologues Monologues and also participated in a workshop for Legally Blonde: The Musical in the role of Paulette, but did not follow the production to its later San Fransisco or Broadway incarnation.

Her list of Original Characters she plays on Saturday Night Live includes:


Abe Scheinwald, a sleazy movie executive who tries to stop his son (played by Seth Meyers) from making Scheinwald Studios' films artistic
A cocktail waitress in "Rialto Grande"
Debbie Downer
Denise "Zazu" McDonough, one of the Boston Teens
One of the dancers in the "Lundford Twins Feel Good Variety Hour"
Lynne Bershad from Delicious Dish (replacing Molly
Shannon's character for a short time)
Nicole, the Girl With No Gay-Dar!
Phoebe, a woman who has giant pets who ruin her dates (both giant pets [a parrot and a cat, respectively] have been played by Fred Armisen)
Ruth Weinstock, one of the Adult Students
Sheldon from Wake Up, Wakefield!
Virginia Klarvin, one of the The Lovers
Qterplix, a rejected X-Men character, said to be the love child of Angelina Jolie and her brother
Loretta, one of the space lesbians from "Gays in Space"
David Mack Wilson, a child Broadway star
Tiara Zee, one of the veejays from "Deep House Dish"
One of the Telemundo actresses from "Besos Y Lagrimas"



Her impersonations include:


Amelia Henry
Arianna Huffington
Barbara Walters (also performed on 30 Rock)
Britney Spears (in a pretaped fake commercial for the short-lived reality show, Britney and Kevin: Chaotic)
Calista Flockhart
Drew Barrymore
Eva Longoria (coincidentally, on the episode hosted by Longoria in a sketch spoofing Vanity Fair's Desperate Housewives photo shoot)
Hilary Duff
Janeane Garofalo (former SNL cast-member)
Martha Stewart
Nicole Richie
Tara Reid



You can catch her in the upcoming movies Spring Breakdown with Parker Posey, Love 'N Dancing with Amy Smart, and Harold with Nikki Blonsky.

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