Rhea Seehorn stars in the NBC multi-camera comedy "Whitney" as Roxanne, a divorcee who is not afraid to speak her mind, but has not given up on love completely.
Seehorn grew up in Virginia and graduated from college with a degree in drama and visual arts. Theatrically trained, she further developed her craft in Washington D.C., performing on many stages including Arena Stage and the Woolly Mammoth Theater Company, where she is a member of the acting company. Seehorn then moved to Manhattan, performing with Playwrights Horizons. She made her Broadway debut as an understudy in Neil Simon's "45 Seconds from Broadway." Shortly thereafter, she was cast as a series regular on "I'm with Her" opposite Teri Polo, David Sutcliffe and Danny Comden.
Since relocating to Los Angeles, she has had series regular and recurring roles in "The Starter Wife," "Head Cases," "Trust Me," "The Dollhouse," "Burn Notice" and a supporting role in the Disney feature "Shaggy Dog" opposite Tim Allen. She has done pilots, working with Christopher Guest, Mitch Hurwitz, Craig Zisk, Mark Waters, Gail Mancuso, Jason Ensler and Don Scardino, among others. She can also be seen in the recurring role of Ellen Swatello on TNT's "Franklin & Bash."