Rhea Seehorn grew up between Arizona, Virginia, Washington, D.C., and Japan. Seehorn began her acting career with independent comedy films like "A Case Against Karen" (1998) and "Eat Me!" (2000), for which she also put her childhood fascination with illustration and painting to use by contributing visual art pieces to the film's production. Seehorn bounced among a number of short-lived comedy series, the earliest of which being "I'm With Her" (ABC 2003-04) and "Head Cases" (Fox 2005). She played supporting roles in the made-for-TV movie "Romy and Michele: In the Beginning" (ABC Family 2005) and the family comedy "The Shaggy Dog" (2006) before taking on a number of ill-fated television projects: first an NBC sitcom titled "The Singles Table" that never went to air, and then Christopher Guest's "The Thick of It" (ABC 2007)-adapted from Armando Iannucci's like-titled British political satire-which did not advance beyond its pilot. Seehorn then landed a regular role on Whitney Cummings' sitcom "Whitney" (NBC 2011-13), as well as a recurring part on the comedic legal series "Franklin & Bash" (TNT 2011-14). Her most prominent role came with the "Breaking Bad" (AMC 2008-13) prequel "Better Call Saul" (AMC 2015-), on which she played lawyer Kim Wexler, a confidant and love interest to Bob Odenkirk's main character, Jimmy McGill/Saul Goodman.