Quick Facts of
- First NameRebecca
- Last NameSchull
- Date of Birth04 December, 2022
- Net Worth$ 1 million
Rebecca Anna Wattenberg who is famous as Rebecca Schull is an American actress who has worked in stage, TV series as well as movies. She is well known for her appearance in the NBC sitcom Wings (1990–1997) as Fay Cochran.
Short-Bio Of Rebecca Schull
Rebecca Schull was born Rebecca Anna Wattenberg on February 22, 1929, in New York City, New York, the United States of America. She is the daughter of Rachel Gutman and Judah Wattenberg who raised her alongside younger brother Ben J. Wattenberg(writer). She is of American nationality while her ethnicity is white.
Talking about education, she has completed her schooling from the local school and went to New York University for her graduation.
What Is Her Relationship Status?
The 91 years old, Rebecca Schull is living the widowed life of her late husband Eugene Arnold Schull. They shared the wedding vows in 1951 after some months of love life. Together they shared three kids.
The pair were together until the death of Eugene on September 13, 2008. Well, she was in a marital relationship for more than five decades.
Her Career Highlights and Net Worth
Rebecca Schull’d net worth at the time of her death was around $1 million as per some of the reliable sources.
Well talking about her career, she made her acting debut in the Hollywood industry in 1980 in the TV film A Private Battle as Anne Bardenhagen. After that, she was cast in the movies and sereis such as Stone Pillow, Hooperman, Ryan’s Hope, The Soldier, among others.
She got a limelight after she was cast in an American sitcom titled Wings as Fay Cochran which aired from 1990 to 1997 for 172 episodes in total. In the show she has shared screen alongside Steven Weber, Tim Daly, among others.
Some of her other notable TV series and movie appearances include Law 7 Order: Criminal Intent, Frasier, Damages, Law & Order, Chasing Life, Suits, The Slap, Emunah, The Last Nazi, Analyze That, The Odd Couple II, Holiday in Your Heart, Guilty Until Proven Innocent.