‘Better Call Saul’: What Movies and TV Shows Is Rhea Seehorn In?
Most people know Deborah Rhea Seehorn for her role as Kim Wexler in the Breaking Bad spinoff Better Call Saul. But Seehorn has an extensive acting career outside of the AMC series. Interestingly, Seehorn’s career in the arts started with a medium outside of acting. Once she discovered her passion for the art of theater, Seehorn’s career in movies and television took off.
Rhea Seehorn studied architecture when she was young
Seehorn studied art forms like painting, drawing, and architecture in college before becoming an actor. Seehorn graduated from George Mason University in 1994 and moved to Washington D.C. There, she performed with the Woolly Mammoth Theater Company in productions like Dead Funny, Freedomland, Stop Kiss, and Andromeda Shack.
Then, Seehorn moved on to perform in the 2001 Broadway production of 45 Seconds From Broadway. In 1997, Seehorn started acting in movies and television series.
Rhea Seehorn movies and TV shows
After getting her feet wet in live theater, Seehorn got her first television role on a show called Homicide: Life on the Street. From 1997 until 2001, Seehorn had minor roles in movies and shorts like A Case Against Karen, The Pitch, and Riders.
In 2003, Seehorn had a recurring role on the TV series I’m With Her. Seehorn also made an appearance in the 2005 TV movie Romy and Michelle: In the Beginning. Then in 2006, Seehorn was in the Tim Allen flick The Shaggy Dog.
After that, Seehorn’s acting career started to ramp up. In 2008 Seehorn appeared multiple times on The Starter Wife with Debra Messing. Later, she appeared in The Closer alongside Kyra Sedgewick.
Outside of Better Call Saul, most people probably recognize Seehorn from the role she had in Whitney Cummings’ comedy series Whitney. Seehorn played Cummings’ over-the-top friend who eventually became her boss.
Other shows and movies Seehorn has appeared in include: Head Cases, Trust Me, The Dollhouse, Burn Notice, Family Guy, House of Lies, Franklin & Bash, Shut Eye, Law & Order: Special Victims Unit, Roseanne, American Dad!, The Act, The Twilight Zone, Veep, Inside Man: Most Wanted, and Cooper’s Bar.
What will Rhea Seehorn do after ‘Better Call Saul’ Season 6?
Better Call Saul is currently filming the sixth and final season. Since it’s the prequel series to Breaking Bad, fans already know how the story ends. But just because the AMC series is ending doesn’t mean Seehorn’s acting career is over.
According to Seehorn’s IMDb page, she is working on several new projects. Later this year, fans can hear Seehorn’s voice in the animated comedy series The Harper House. So far, she is credited for the show’s first episode.
Another 2021 project Seehorn is involved in are Things Heard & Seen, a horror drama about an artist who begins to suspect sinister darkness within her marriage after moving to an eerie home in the Hudson Valley. Seehorn will also star in the sci-fi drama Linoleum with comedian Jim Gaffigan, who plays the host of a failed children’s science show that dreams of becoming an astronaut. Both movies were in post-production at the time of publication.