Who Is Rebecca Schull? Know Her Age, Bio, Earnings, Career, & Husband
Quick Facts of Rebecca Anna Wattenberg
|Rebecca Anna Wattenberg
|Date of Birth
|22 February, 1929
|New York, USA
|1976 to present
|Eugene Arnold Schull
|New York University
Best known for playing Fay Cochran in the NBC sitcome Wings and Edith Ross in Suits, Rebecca Schull is an American stage, television, and film actress.
Rebecca’s Net Worth & Career Highlights
91-year-old Rebecca Schull is estimated to own net worth in between $2-$3 million as of 2020 by various sources.
She made her film debut in 1980 as Anne Bardenhagen in the TV film A Private Battle. She then starred in films like Ryan’s Hope, The Soldier, Stone Pillow, Trapped in Silence, Hooperman, and others.
In 1990, she was cast as Fay Cochran in an American sitcom titled Wings alongside Tim Daly, Steven Weber, and others. She appeared in the show from 1990 to 1997 for 172 episodes in total.
Likewise, she went to appear in TV including Frasier, Law 7 Order: Criminal Intent, Damages, Law & Order, and more.
In 2011, she began playing Edith Ross in American legal drama series Suits along with Gabriel Macht, Patrick J. Adams, and Rick Hoffman. Rebecca appeared in the show until 2013.
Early Life & Biography
Born Rebecca Anna Wattenberg on 22nd February 1929 in New York City, New York, the United States of America to Rachel Gutman and Judah Wattenberg. She holds American nationality and has white ethnic descent.
She grew up alongside her older sister Ben J. Wattenberg who was a writer. Likewise, she went and graduated from New York Univeristy.
Wings star was married to Eugene Arnold Schull. They exchanged their wedding vows in 1951 and shared 3 children. The couple were together until his death on 13th September 2008.