- Horoscope: Aries
- Net worth: $2 000 000
- Ethnicity: white
- Nationality: American
- Fathers name: Alan Bloom
- Mothers name: Shelli Bloom
- Education: New York University
- Weight: 58.0
- Hair color: Dark brown
- Eye color: Green
Rachel Bloom: biography
Rachel Leah Bloom, who was born on April 3, 1987, is a California-native actress, singer, comedian, producer, and writer. She is of American nationality and white ethnicity.
Rachel is better known for working on such projects as Most Likely to Murder, The Angry Birds Movie 2, and Trolls World Tour (in 2020). She got numerous awards: TCA Award, Golden Globe Award, and Primetime Emmy Award
Childhood and youth
Rachel is from California. Her hometown is Los Angeles. She spent her entire childhood in Manhattan Beach. Rachel was raised in a well-settled American family: her mom, Shelli Rosenberg, is a musician, and her dad, Alan Bloom, is a lawyer in the field of healthcare. Rachel is Jewish.
Rachel studied at the public school in Manhattan Beach and then she enrolled at New York University. She got a bachelor of fine arts in drama.
Rachel composed and performed the song "Fuck Me, Ray Bradbury" in April 2010. She was highlighted in Laughing Matters, a 30-minute YouTube documentary, which aired on October 10, 2019. At its Hats off to Heroes virtual event on November 18, 2020, Rachel received the Lifesaver Award from ELEM/Youth in Distress in Israel, a nonprofit organization that assists Israeli youth in need. Bloom taped a half-hour pilot for Showtime on May 7, 2015.
She received the Golden Globe Award for Best Actress in a Television Series, Musical or Comedy on January 10, 2016. The next week, Rachel was named Best Actress in a Comedy Series by Critics' Choice Television. For her work in Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Rachel was honored with the 71st Primetime Emmy Award on September 23, 2019.
As of 2022, Rachel is in a longtime relationship with her husband, Dan Gregor. He is a director, producer, and actor. The actress had many mental illnesses throughout her life: she struggled with OCD, anxiety, and depression. In April of 2020, Rachel and Dan welcomed a child.
- Most Likely to Murder (2018)
- Changeland (2019)
- Batman vs. Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (2019)
- The Angry Birds Movie 2 (2019)
- Trolls World Tour (2020)
- Extinct Op (2021)
- Chip n' Dale: Rescue Rangers (2022)
- The School for Good and Evil (2022)
Rachel is the author of her own memoir called I Want To Be Where The Normal People Are. It was published by GCP. The book came out in November, 2020. There, Rachel describes her own experience of being diagnosed with mental health struggles.
- Suck It, Christmas (along with Jack Doglen and Dan Gregor). Studio album, released on November 13th, 2013.
- Please Love Me. Studio Album, released on May 20, 2013.
She also recorded some soundtrack albums, such as for Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Trolls World Tour.
Awards and nominations
Throughout her career, Rachel received the following awards:
- Web Awards, 2013.
- Golden Globe Awards, 2016.
- Television Critics Association, 2016.
- Gotham Awards, 2016.
- Critics' Choice Television Awards, 2016.
- 71st Primetime Emmy Awards, 2019.