Rhea Seehorn is probably most known today for his role as Kim Wexler in AMC’s Better Call Saul. The actress has been in the business for 25 years and has several credits to her name.
Now that Better Call Saul is in its final season, what’s next for the much-loved pro bono criminal defense attorney? How much fortune has she built so far?
The Start of Rhea Seehorn’s Acting Career
According to her Wikipedia page, the then-aspiring actress was looking to get into the theater in college, thanks to her acting teacher’s encouragement.
She tried her best to be noticed and worked in many other positions in the theater world in D.C.
Thankfully, she finally received major roles in local theater productions, but she still had to do other jobs to make ends meet.
She worked on various industrial short instructional films and from there, she started to get TV roles, which she described as “very wry, sarcastic, knowing women” like her idol Bea Arthur.
However, most of the roles she played were from short-lived series canceled after one or two seasons.
Rhea Seehorn’s Much-Awaited Success
Luckily, the 50-year-old actress was cast as Kim Wexler in the Breaking Bad spinoff prequel series Better Call Saul in 2014; from there, the rest was history.
She started to receive widespread critical acclaim for her role. She also won two Satellite Awards for Best Supporting Actress – Series, Miniseries or Television Film and one Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television.
She also received Saturn Award, Critics’ Choice Television Award and Television Critics Association Award nominations.
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Aside from acting, Rhea Seehorn is also into directing. In fact, she made her directorial debut in Better Call Saul Season 6 Episode 4, Hit and Run.
Her other film credits include Riders, Floating, The Pitch, The Gentleman, The Case Against Karen and Things Heard & Seen.
Her theater credits are 45 Seconds from Broadway, The World Over, All My Sons, Stop Kiss, How I Learned to Drive, Freedomland and Marat/Sade.
Rhea Seehorn’s New Project
Meanwhile, as Better Call Saul is coming to an end, Rhea Seehorn is ready to take her next job.
She will be next seen in Cooper’s Bar, a short-form meta-comedy web series on AMC.com and AMC’s YouTube channel.
In the new series, she plays the role of a Tinseltown executive dubbed the “biggest d--k in Hollywood.” She also directs two of its six episodes and is an executive producer.
“Originally, we were going to do a short film with Nick Morton, Hannah and David Conolly, the three creators, and we all know Lou,” she told The Post. “We used to work out together in this boot camp in Glendale and Lou always had these very funny stories. He’s such a great actor and a great personality and we started thinking about how we could film these stories.”
With Rhea Seehorn's works, she has successfully amassed a net worth of $3 million per Celebrity Net Worth.
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