The Big Bang Theory was a huge TV hit when it burst onto screens in 2007. However, at the time, Melissa Rauch surrendered to watching the lives of Sheldon, Leonard and Penny unfurling on her TV set, uninformed that she was soon to wind up a standout amongst the most loveable characters on the show.
Rauch initially showed up as the sweet Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski in a repeating role all through Season 3. Nevertheless, she immediately ended up being a series regular as her improbable association with the womanizer Howard Wolowitz prospered. The 34-year-old’s character in the end wedded Howard. Furthermore, she is a key individual from the show; however she has left room in her calendar to include different projects along with her $60,000 per episode bargain for The Big Bang Theory. As it is, she is ready to feature in Disney Jr’s hit animated show, Sofia The First, as Tizzy the Fairy Godmother. In any case, subsequent to entering the acting scene from the obscure, there’s still a ton that individuals don’t know about her before she earned her way into the hearts of a huge number of fans.
Here are 10 such things……
10. A Performer From A Young Age
Rauch began off performing at an early age. She accepted any opportunity that came her way to showcase her talents, regardless of how bizarre or magnificent they were. In one interview, Rauch presented a home video of herself as a kid delivering an impression of Paul Reuben’s comedic creation Pee-small Herman.
In any case, that wasn’t the only time Rauch demonstrated her more youthful self in real life. As it is, she showcased a Conan O’Brien footage of her as an 8-year-old playing out a cheeky routine of “Dance: Ten; Looks: Three” from “A Chorus Line”.
9. She’s Jewish
Melissa Rauch was raised in a Jewish home. However, she hardly discusses her beliefs. What she does tell now and again are a couple of cheerful jibes at her childhood. As it is, before Season 5 of The Big Bang Theory, she stated that she was waiting on her doorstep for the primary script to arrive. She likened it to waiting for Christmas morning! Not that she celebrated it or anything. However, she added that if this Jewish young lady knew what Christmas felt like, she was pretty close.