Rachel Bloom Biography

Rachel Bloom is an American actress, comedian, singer, musician, and television writer who has won numerous awards. Bloom is best known for her role as Rebecca Bunch in The CW Network’s comedy-drama series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Bloom rose to fame after posting a series of short films on YouTube, including the Hugo Award-nominated music video “Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury.”

How old is Rachel Bloom? – Age

She was born as Rachel Leah Bloom on 3 April 1987 in Los Angeles County, California, U.S. She is 35 years as of 2022.

Where did Rachel Bloom go to school? – Education

She enrolled in the Tisch School of the Arts at New York University to pursue a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama. Before graduating in 2009, she was the director and lead writer of Hammerkatz, the school’s premier sketch comedy company.

Rachel Bloom – Family

Rachel was born in Los Angeles and raised in Manhattan Beach with her parents. She was born to Allan David Bloom, a healthcare lawyer, and his companion Shelli Bloom. She has no siblings. Rachel is a devout follower of the Jewish faith. Ms. Bloom studied in public schools in Manhattan Beach while also participating in their drama programs.

Bloom Husband

Dan Gregor is Ms. Bloom’s husband. After six years of dating, the pair married in early 2015. Bloom’s cousin, who is a rabbi, officiated their wedding ceremony. They have a baby daughter, who was born in April of 2020.


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Rachel Bloom Baby – Child

Rachel became a new mother on 1 April 2020, when she gave birth to her first child, a daughter. The Crazy Ex-Girlfriend actress revealed her pregnancy on 14 September 2019, and her baby daughter was delivered on 1 April 2020.

The baby is fine, and Rachel is fine, despite the health calamity that is the COVID-19 epidemic. However, Rachel was personally affected by the virus because she lost a close friend, Adam Schlesinger, a musician with whom she shared an Emmy prize in 2019 for writing a song for her comedy series “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend.”

What is Bloom Salary?

Her salary is under review.

Bloom Net Worth

Her net worth is predicted to be $2 million.

Rachel Bloom Career

Bloom as an entertainer

Bloom went on to play at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in Los Angeles and New York after graduating from high school. She also resided in Brooklyn, where she shared a room with Ilana Glazer, another comic. Ms. Bloom began her songwriting and singing career in 2010 with the song “Fuck Me,Ray Bradbury,” which was inspired by Bloom’s favorite Bradbury book, The Martin Chronicles. In the same year, the song was released to commemorate Ray Bradbury’s 90th birthday.

Before auditioning for the show, she worked as an intern for Seth Meyers at Saturday Night Live. She didn’t make it. However, she continued to do stand-up comedy and, as a result, her first musical comedy album, Please Love Me, was published on 13 May 2013. The tracks “You Can Touch My Boobies” and “Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury” are included on the CD. On19 November 2013, her second album, “Suck It, Christmas,” was released. Bloom co-wrote “Super Friend,” a song sung by Melissa Benoist and Grant Gustin for the musical crossover episode “Duet” between Supergirl and The Flash.

Rachel got her first prize, the “Visionary Award,” on 25 April 2016 at East West Players’ annual gala.
This was due to the fact that her sitcom “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” featured an Asian-American male in a trope-busting and stereotype-defying character. The award is given to “individuals who have elevated the prominence of the Asian Pacific American (APA) community via their work.”

She’s also a writer for Robot Chicken and Allen Gregory, among her other credits in the entertainment sector. In April 2017, she sang the song “My Sex Junk,” which was inspired by an episode of Bill Nye Saves the World called “The Sexual Spectrum,” in which she addressed concerns about gender and sexuality. She received blowback from conservatives and received an Emmy nomination as a result of this.

Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Rachel Bloom

Aline Brosh McKenna and Rachel co-created Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, a musical comedy-drama in which Bloom also stars as the primary character. It all started with a half-hour pilot that was shot on 7 May 2015, before being picked up by The CW for the 2015-2016 fall season. It gradually evolved into a cable network TV show that lasted an hour. She has won a couple of awards as a result of the show:

  • 10 January 2016 – Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy
  • January 2016 – Critics’ Choice Television Award for Best Actress in a Comedy Series

Rachel Bloom Mental Illness

Rachel is well-known for her mental health concerns. She has opened up about her challenges, saying that she suffers anxiety, sadness, and OCD.

Rachel Bloom Movies and TV Shows

  • Diary of a Future President as Ms. Wexler (2020)
  • Trolls World Tour as Barb (2020)
  • Mother Mary as Christa Anton and executive producer (2020)
  • Extinct as Op (2020)
  • Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles as the voice of Batgirl (2019)
  • The Angry Birds Movie 2 as the voice of Silver (2019)
  • Portlandia as Rachel (2018)
  • Muppet Babies as the voice of Dot (2018)
  • iZombie as Nellie (2018)
  • Most Likely to Murder as Kara (2018)
  • Trolls: The Beat Goes On! as the voice of Cybil (2018)
  • Drunk History as Herself (2018)
  •  My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic as the voice of Autumn Blaze (2018)
  • Explained as the narrator in the episode: “The Female Orgasm” (2018)
  • Bill Nye Saves the World as Herself (2017)
  • Nightcap as Herself (2017)
  • The Simpsons as the voice of Annette (2017)
  • Lip Sync Battle as Herself (2016)
  • Adam Ruins Everything as Herself (2016)
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend as Rebecca Bunch for 62 episodes (Also as co-creator, executive producer, writer, and director) (2015–19)
  • The Fuzz as Roxy (2014)
  • BoJack Horseman in various voice roles: Laura and Sitcom Writer / Sharona (2014–16)
  • Robot Chicken in various voice roles: Ariel, Woman, April O’Neil, Smurfette, Optimus Prime’s Trailer 17 episodes; also as a writer (2012–18)
  • How I Met Your Mother as Wanda (2012)
  • Allen Gregory (2011)

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