Last Updated: December 1, 2023
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Net Worth:
$4 Million
May 12, 1972 (51 years old)
Norfolk, Virginia, U.S.
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  1. Early Life
  2. Career
  3. Personal Life

What is Rhea Seehorn's Net Worth?

Rhea Seehorn is an American actress who has a net worth of $4 million. Rhea Seehorn is best known for being one of the main characters in AMC's "Better Call Saul." After beginning her career in theater, Seehorn worked her way into the Hollywood A-list. For her work on "Better Call Saul," she received a number of awards and accolades, including Saturn Awards and Satellite Awards.

Early Life

Rhea Seehorn was born on May 12, 1972 in Norfolk, Virginia and given the name Deborah Rhea Seehorn. Her family moved frequently throughout her childhood as both of her parents were involved with the U.S. Navy. Her mother was an executive assistant for the United States Navy while her father was an agent in the Naval Investigative Service. Among other places, she lived in Washington D.C., Arizona, and Japan and grew up with her sister. Seehorn began going by her middle name from an early age as she did not feel connected to her first name. She was interested in painting, drawing, and architecture from a young age. While she planned to study the visual arts in college, she ultimately became more interested in acting. While a student at George Mason University, she was introduced to contemporary theater.


Seehorn began her acting career in theater in Washington D.C. after being encouraged by her acting teacher. She landed a number of ancillary positions in the theater industry in the city in order to get noticed. After some time, she did land some major roles in local theater productions but was not earning enough money to support herself and still had to work a number of odd jobs in order to make ends meet. She also took various roles in industrial instructional films.

In the 2000s, Seehorn began landing more acting roles in television and film. In 2000, she appeared in "Eat Me!" In 2002, she appeared in "Riders" as the character Bitsy. She landed her first recurring television role in 2003 when she was cast as Cheri Baldzikowski in the series "I'm with Her." She appeared in 22 episodes of the show until 2004. In 2005, she booked a role in the series "Head Cases" and appeared in six episodes. She also had a role in the television film "Romy and Michele: In the Beginning" and in the film "The Shaggy Dog." Over the next few years, she had roles in "Modern Men," "The Thick of It," "The Starter Wife," and "Eva Adams." She also filmed "The Singles Table," though the series was ultimately not aired. She also voiced several characters in the animated series "American Dad!" around this time.

In 2010, Seehorn appeared in "Burn Notice" and "The Closer." The following year, she filmed a pilot for a project by Allan Leob but it wasn't picked up. She landed a supporting character role in the series "Whitney" in 2011. From 2011 to 2013, she appeared in 38 episodes of the show as character Roxanne Harris. The same year, in 2011, she began appearing as Ellen Swatello in "Franklin & Bash." She appeared in 11 total episodes of the show until 2014. In 2014, she appeared in two episodes of "House of Lies."

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Seehorn landed one of her most prominent roles in 2015 when she was cast as character Kim Wexler in the "Breaking Bad" spin-off series, "Better Call Saul." She appeared in 60 total episodes of the show from 2015 to 2022. For her role in the show, she received widespread critical acclaim. She won two Satellite Awards for Best Supporting Actress in a Miniseries, a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress on Television, and a number of other awards and nominations. In 2022, she made her television directorial debut when she directed the fourth episode of the show's final season.

While on "Better Call Saul," Seehorn appeared in the film "Seven Stages to Achieve Eternal Bliss" in 2018. She also appeared in the 2019 films "Wyrm" and "Inside Man: Most Wanted." She also had roles on "Roseanne," "Robot Chicken," "The Act," "The Twilight Zone," and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit." In 2021, she performed a voice role on "Ridley Jones." The same year, she also voiced the character of Debbie Harper in "The Harper House" and appeared in the film "Things Heard & Seen." The next year, she appeared in the film "Linoleum" and appeared in an episode of "Monster High." The following year, in 2023, she voiced a character in "Invincible."

Beginning in 2022, Seehorn began appearing in, co-creating, directing, and executive producing "Cooper's Bar," a series that featured various shorts. She received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination in the Outstanding Actress in a Short Form Comedy or Drama Series.

Personal Life

In 2018, Seehorn married real estate agent Graham Larson. She became a stepmother to Larson's two sons from a previous marriage – Henry and Graham. Larson had previously been married to Mary Alice Haney.

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