| Rachel Melvin|
2004 – present
| February 9, 1985 (age 30) (1985-02-09) Elmhurst, Illinois, U.S.|
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Mountain Pointe High School
Daytime Emmy Award for Outstanding Younger Actress in a Drama Series
Dumb and Dumber To, Zombeavers, Boo, Girlfriend, Backup Boyfriend
Cortney Palm, Lexi Atkins, Laurie Holden, Jordan Rubin, Rob Riggle
Rachel Melvin Wikipedia
Rachel Melvin (born February 9, 1985) is an American actress. She is best known for her roles as Chelsea Brady on Days of Our Lives (2005–09) and as Penny in Dumb and Dumber To.
Melvin was born in Elmhurst, Illinois but moved to Phoenix, Arizona at age four. She was raised in Phoenix. She has an older sister named Jessica. She graduated from Mountain Pointe High School in 2003. She passed up a full scholarship to college so that she could move to California to pursue an acting career. In Los Angeles she took acting classes every weekend.
She landed her first acting job in the 2005 independent film Boo. She later won the role of Georgia LaMarque, a French girl whom Bo and Billie had been falsely led to believe was their daughter on the NBC soap opera Days of our Lives, but only appeared in five episodes. Months later she took over the role of Chelsea Brady (originally portrayed by Mandy Musgrave). She and her dog were seen on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, when she was randomly interviewed at a gas station for a segment. Melvin has also guest-starred on Summerland, Jack & Bobby and 8 Simple Rules. With her family, she has also appeared on Family Feud.
In 2010, Melvin starred as Kaia in Seven Deadly Sins which premiered on Lifetime alongside Dreama Walker. The 1st part premiered on May 23 while the 2nd part premiered on May 24, 2010. In 2011, Melvin appeared in episodes of House M.D. and Castle.
In 2014, Melvin appeared as Penny Pinchelow in Dumb and Dumber To, portrayed Mary in Zombeavers, and Sarah in the drama thriller film Madtown.
She appeared in the final season of MTV's Awkward.
Melvin lives in Los Angeles. Her idols include Meryl Streep, Mary-Louise Parker, Anne Hathaway, Cynthia Nixon and Toni Collette.