Rachel Dratch was born in the year 1966 on 22nd of February and this makes her age 49 at this moment.
With riotous humor, Dratch recounts breaking the news to her bewildered parents, the awe of her single friends, and the awkwardness of a baby-care class where the instructor kept tossing out the f-word. Appearances: Season 1, Episode 1: "Pilot" (as Gretta Johanssen) Season 1, Episode 2: "The Aftermath" as Maria Season 1, Episode 6: "Jack Meets Dennis" as Elizabeth Taylor Season 1, Episode 7: "Tracy Does Conan" as the Blue Man Season 1, Episode 8: "The Break-Up" as Pamela Smew Season 1, Episode 9: "The Baby Show" as Greta Johanssen Season 1, Episode 10: "The Rural Juror" as Barbara Walters Season 1, Episode 13: "Up All Night" as Vlem Season 1, Episode 14: "The C Word" as Greta Johanssen Season 1, Episode 15: "Hard Ball" as Martha Blanch Season 1, Episode 21: "Hiatus" as Dr.Beauvoir Season 5, Episode 4: "Live Show" as Jadwiga Season 5, Episodes 20/21: "100" as the Blue Man and Greta Johanssen Season 6, Episode 4: "The Ballad of Kenneth Parcell" as Not Kenneth (voice, uncredited)Voice Role Season 2, Episode 5: "Pegfinger" (as Brenda Sanchez) Season 2, Episode 7: "Vowel Play" (as Ling) Season 2, Episode 8: "Hands Up" (as Mrs.The former SNL star recounts the adventures and unexpected joy of dating and becoming a mom when she least expected it—at the age of forty-four. After a misbegotten part as Jenna on the pilot of 30 Rock, Dratch was only getting offered roles as “Lesbians. Sometimes secretaries who are lesbians.” Her career as a female comedian at a low point, she suddenly had time for yoga, dog-sitting, learning Spanish—and dating. It’s like spending a delightful evening with Rachel, but in a format that allows you to put her in your purse and enjoy her on the bus.” —Tina Fey “A hilarious look at how unpredictable and beautiful life can be. Anyone who saw an episode of Saturday Night Live between 19 knows Rachel Dratch. Dratch reveals the joys and terrors of putting herself out there in a quest to find love and then becoming a mother in an undreamed-of way. her book, which moves from tales of Second City and “Saturday Night Live” to an exploration of motherhood, convinces you that she has seen enough to justify a show business memoir.” — Jason Zinoman, The New York Times"Ms. [she] turns her setbacks into irreverent vignettes . She received the Joseph Jefferson award for Best Actress in a Revue for the two revues in which she performed: Paradigm Lost and Promisekeepers, Losers Weepers. Other television appearances include Monk, Frasier, Wizards of Waverly Place, 30 Rock, Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Inside Amy Schumer, Ugly Betty, and, more recently, in season five of The Middle.At Second City, she performed alongside future SNL head writers Adam Mc Kay and Tina Fey, as well as future 30 Rock performer Scott Adsit. She also appeared online with comedian Billy Eichner in a spoof of Jay-Z's and Alicia Keys's "Empire State of Mind", titled "Forest Hills State of Mind." Dratch was originally cast in the role of Jenna on 30 Rock, and the original pilot episode features her in the role. She went on to play a variety of small guest roles in several episodes of the first season, including Barbara Walters, Elizabeth Taylor, a cat trainer, a custodian, a blue monster, and a doctor., Dratch met John Wahl, a Californian consultant in the natural foods industry, in a bar in 2009.Six months later, Dratch learned she was pregnant, and on August 24, 2010, gave birth to a boy, Eli Benjamin.In an October 2010 interview, Dratch told People that her pregnancy at age 44 shocked her, because she "had bought into all this stuff about, 'Once you're over 40 ...'" and had "gone through the whole process of letting go of [the idea of having kids.]" Wahl has since moved to New York City to be closer to Dratch and their son.Six Episodes: Season 5, Episode 5: "Mammary Lane" Season 5, Episode 19: "Cowardly Lyin'" Season 5, Episode 21: "Clothes Encounter" Season 5, Episode 23: "Dog Shelter" Season 6, Episode 3: "King Pong" Season 6, Episode 22: "Alter Ego"Originally cast as Jenna De Carlo, later recast.