Caroline Rhea education Biography
Caroline Rhea is a Canadian stand-up comedian and actress best known for her role as Hilda Spellman on the ABC show Sabrina the Teenage Witch. She was born and raised in Westmount, Quebec born April 13, 1964 to Margery, and David Rhea, an obstetrician and gynecologist. She has two sisters, Cynthia and Celia. She moved to New York City in the late 1980s to enroll in a training program for stand–up comic aspirants at the New School for Social Research.
Caroline Rhea Career
In 1986, Rhea moved to New York to pursue a career as a comedian and actress. She began performing at venues like Catch a Rising Star and The Comic Strip, where she performed along with comedians including Chris Rock, Louis C.K., Dave Attell, Marc Maron, and Jim Gaffigan. Rhea made her first filmed standup appearances on MTV’s Half-Hour Comedy Hour, Comic Strip Live and Caroline’s Comedy Hour.
Rhea was given a one-hour special for HBO, called One Night Stand. She followed this up with Rhea’s Anatomy, her one-hour special for Bravo, and Give Me My Remote for Showtime. After finding success in New York as a comedian, Caroline moved to Los Angeles to pursue an acting career in Hollywood, debuting on NBC’s television series Pride & Joy, where she co-starred with Jeremy Piven. She later gained widespread fame for her role as Aunt Hilda on the ABC (and later, The WB network) television show, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, and for her recurring role on the latest incarnation of Hollywood Squares.
Rhea is also well known for her role as Linda Flynn-Fletcher on the long-running Disney show Phineas and Ferb, for her syndicated daytime talk show, The Caroline Rhea Show, as the original host of The Biggest Loser on NBC, and for playing Noleta Nethercott on the TV series Sordid Lives: The Series for Logo, which has recently been rebooted as a feature called A Very Sordid Wedding, which premiered in March 2017 in Palm Springs.
In 2004, she appeared in the cult-classics Disney’s Mom’s Got a Date with a Vampire and in Christmas with the Kranks.In 2005, Rhea appeared in The Perfect Man, playing a co-worker of Jean (Heather Locklear) and had a recurring role on the hit Disney Channel Original Series, The Suite Life of Zack & Cody as Ilsa Shickelgubermeiger-Von Helsing der Keppelugerhofer, an inspector turned manager of the rival hotel.
She starred in the original Lifetime Television movie To Be Fat Like Me opposite Kaley Cuoco and in the Fox animated series Two Dreadful Children in 2007.In 2008 Rhea starred alongside Justin Guarini and Mircea Monroe in the MarVista Entertainment production of Fast Girl.In 2013, Rhea hosted a travelling live stage show version of the game show Family Feud which toured fairs in the US and Canada, including the Calgary Stampede.In 2017, she has had a recurring role on ABC’s reboot of Match Game.
Caroline Rhea Husband
She once dated Bob Kelty for a year from 2002 to 2003,she is dating a fellow comedian, Costaku Economopoulos since 2007 and have a daughter Ava Rhea Economopoulos, born October 21, 2008.
Caroline Rhea Age
She was born in 13 April 1964. She is 54 years of date.
Caroline Rhea Net Worth
She has an estimated net worth of $2 million.
Caroline Rhea Body Measurements
Breasts-Waist-Hips:39-30-37 inches (99-76-94 cm)
Height:5’ 8” (172 cm)
Weight:174 pounds (79 kg)
Feet/Shoe Size: 8 (US).
Eye Color: Blue.
Hair Color: Blonde.
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Caroline Rhea Movies and TV Shows
- 2 Broke Girls (TV Show)
- Maron (TV Show)
- Baby Daddy (TV Show)
- Sunshine Sketches of a Little Town (TV Show)
- The Christmas Consultant (TV Show)
- Phineas And Ferb: Star Wars (TV Show)
- Sordid Lives: The Series (TV Show)
- To Be Fat Like Me (TV Show)
- The Suite Life of Zack & Cody (TV Show)
- Christmas With The Kranks (Movie)
- Sabrina, the Teenage Witch (TV Show)
- The Chris Isaak Show (TV Show)
- Ready To Rumble (Movie)
- Man On The Moon (Movie)
Caroline Rhea Sabrina The Teenage Witch
First episode date: 27 September 1996
Final episode date: 24 April 2003
Networks: American Broadcasting Company, The WB, TeenNick, Freeform
Spin-off: Sabrina: The Animated Series
Sabrina Spellman is a teenager with magical powers who comes from a long line of witches. Until going away to college, she lived with her wacky aunts, who would teach her to use her witchcraft wisely, and Salem, the talking black cat, who always has a scheme up his paw. As a high-school student, Sabrina is less judicious about using her powers than when she enters adulthood. The series is based on a 1960s comic-book series of the same name and an animated TV series that originally aired in the 1970s.
The Caroline Rhea Show
First episode date: 2 September 2002
Final episode date: 21 May 2003
Presented by: Caroline Rhea
Broadcasting live from New York, this show features the Big Apple as its backdrop, tapping into all the energy, humor, poignancy and uniqueness the city has to offer. The show, taped in front of a studio audience, includes interviews with celebrity guests as well as man-on-the-street interviews and comedic bits.
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Mom Improv! Caroline Rhea Recalls Her Motherhood ‘MacGyver’ Moment When She Ran Out of Diapers on a Plane
Even without real-life magic, Caroline Rhea has this whole parenting thing down.
Updated:May 10, 2017
Her daughter may be 8½ now, but the Sabrina the Teenage Witch alum tells PEOPLE there was a time when Ava was still in diapers that she will never forget.
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“If I could redo one parenting moment, it would be to have carried way more diapers on the flight back from Italy in which I ended up using the airplane cushion like MacGyver,” recalls the actress, 53.
“And seeing my little baby walk off with her diaper loaded down with an airplane cushion as she waddled off, like she had it goin’ on,” Rhea continues with a laugh. “I was like, ‘Why didn’t I pack more diapers?!’ ”