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Rebecca Schull has graced both the stage and screen with her enduring talent for decades. From her early beginnings in New York to her iconic role in the beloved sitcom, Wings, Schull’s journey through the acting world is nothing short of remarkable.

Continue reading this piece to explore the diverse characters that Rebecca Schull has brought to life and the lasting impact she has had on audiences worldwide.

Rebecca Schull biography

Rebecca Schull in a movie

Rebecca Anna Schull, formerly known as Rebecca Anna Wattenberg, is an American actress who has appeared on stage, in film and television. Her most renowned role comes from the NBC sitcom, Wings (1990–1997), where she portrayed the character “Fay Cochran”.

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Rebecca Schull career

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Schull pursued her acting education both in the United States and in Dublin, Ireland.

In 1977, Schull took on the role of “Fefu” in the premiere of Fefu and Her Friends off-Broadway. She also played the role of a nursemaid in the 1976 Broadway production, Herzl. She has also made appearances in various films and television shows, including Roseanne, Law & Order, Law & Order: Criminal Intent, United 93, Frasier, My Life, Analyze This, Analyze That, Flannel Pajamas and Little Children.

From 1982 to 1983, she portrayed “Twyla Ralston” in the soap opera One Life to Live and had recurring roles in other soap operas. She featured regularly on the USA Network’s drama, Suits, until 2012, when her character met her demise, but she later made appearances in flashback scenes.

Furthermore, Schull was a regular member of the cast in the ABC Family series, Chasing Life, which aired from 2014 to 2015. She also took on the role of “Rose” in the Amazon series, Crisis in Six Scenes, a project written and directed by Woody Allen in 2016. In 2019, she played the character, Claire, in the movie The Last, a film written and directed by Jeff Lipsky. Her most recent appearance in 2022 was alongside Kaley Cuoco and Pete Davidson in the movie “Meet Cute.”

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Rebecca Schull movies

Rebecca Schull acting

  • A Private Battle (1980): In this TV movie, Schull played the role of “Anne Bardenhagen”.
  • Ryan’s Hope (1981): She had a recurring role as “Nurse Dunphy” in this soap opera.
  • The Soldier (1982): Schull appeared in this film as the Israeli Undersecretary of Agriculture.
  • One Life to Live (1982–83): She had a recurring role as “Twyla Ralston” in this soap opera.
  • Stone Pillow (1985): Schull is featured in this TV movie as “Mrs. Nelson”.
  • Trapped in Silence (1986): She played the character “Marlys Mengies” in this TV movie.
  • Hooperman (1988): Schull made a guest appearance in an episode titled: “The Naked and the Dead.”
  • St. Elsewhere (1988): In the episode “Their Town,” she portrayed “Lavinia”.
  • Eisenhower and Lutz (1988): Schull played “Dodie” in the episode “Bud’s Buddy.”
  • Newhart (1988): She guest-starred as “Valerie” in the episode “Town Without Pity.”

Rebecca Schull’s net worth

Rebecca Schull

According to reports, Schull has an estimated net worth of $7 million.

Rebecca Schull family

Schull was born in New York City and she is the offspring of Rachel Gutman and the real estate attorney, Judah Wattenberg. She is the older sibling of the late writer, Ben Wattenberg, and is the aunt of journalist Daniel Wattenberg.

As for her immediate family, she was married to Gene Schull, with whom she had three children from 1951 until his passing in 2008.

Rebecca Schull age

Schull was born on February 22, 1989. She is currently 92 years old.

Rebecca Schull now

There are no reports on recent happenings around Schull as of the time of writing this article.

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