She’s on the biggest comedy on TV. Now, she is starring in “The Bronze,” a film she co-produced and co-wrote with her husband Winston Rauch. Get to know actress Melissa Rauch.
Video Content: Melissa Rauch (2016)
In the TV version (above), SIDEWALKS host Richard R. Lee talks to the actress / comedian about being a part of “The Big Bang Theory,” her standup comedy career, her one-woman show “”The Miss Education of Jenna Bush,” and co-producing, co-writing and starring in “The Bronze,” where she plays a former gymnastics bronze medalist whose hometown celebrity status is threaten by a new rising gymnast.
[Bonus footage below]
Born in Marlboro Township, New Jersey, Melissa Rauch is best known as Dr. Bernadette Rostenkowski-Wolowitz on the hit sitcom, “The Big Bang Theory.” She started her career in standup comedy and she also had a one-woman show called “The Miss Education of Jenna Bush.” Rauch was a regular contributor to VH1’s “Best Week Ever” and appeared on TV series, such as “True Blood,” “The Office,” and “Kath & Kim.” Her film roles include “I Love You, Man” and “Are You Here.”
Video Content: Melissa Rauch (2016) – Website Exclusive
In the bonus footage, star, co-producer and co-writer Melissa Rauch talks about getting started with the production of “The Bronze” and shooting in Amherst, Ohio.
Recorded: March 6, 2016
Host / Producer: Richard R. Lee
Videographer: Rebeca Zuniga
Editor: Richard R. Lee
Special Thanks To: Sony Pictures Classics