Six Rachels on television you definitely cannot miss watching
“What’s in a name?” – Shakespeare
Many series come and go and so do the characters. But there are a few names that have stayed on and connected with its viewers. Rachel is one of the many names that have connected with the audience over years. Whether you're looking for comedy characters named Rachel or drama characters named Rachel, this list will have what you're looking for.
Rachel Green - Jennifer Aniston
Jennifer Aniston won an Emmy Award and a Golden Globe winner for the portrayal of Rachel Green in F.R.I.E.N.D.S which airs on Comedy Central. She is an absolute boss with incredible hair, amazing fashion and a transformation from rich daddy's girl to high-flying fashion buyer.
Rachel Berry - Lea Michele
Rachel Berry is a de facto female lead in the comedy drama and musically series Glee. She has been one of the few characters who have been on the series since its pilot in 2009. The character is portrayed by the Lea Michele who is a starts off as a driven girl who eventually ends up becoming a team player
Rachel Zane - Meghan Markle
Meghan Markle known for the portrayal of Rachel Zane - one of the very few roles we will ever forget in the legal dramedy SUITS which airs on Comedy Central every Thursday at 11am. She is a paralegal at Pearson Specter Litt for nearly six years. Engaged to Mike Ross, Rachel is a strong and confident woman who believes in living her life on her own terms.
Rachel Jansen – Mila Kunis
In Forgetting Sarah Marshall, Mila Kunis plays the role of an independent and sassy hotel receptionist of Turtle Bay Resort and often goes above and beyond when it comes to customer service
Rachel Gatina - Danneel Ackles
Initially an antagonist to Brooke Davis, she posed a threat with her captainship of the cheerleading team and her relentless flirtations with Lucas. However, the two eventually formed a close friendship in the second half of senior year. Rachel also had a close friendship with Mouth and Bevin
Rachel Goldberg – Shiri Appleby
The lead role of Rachel Goldberg is essayed by Shiri Appleby, who won a Critics’ Choice Awards for the role. Rachel had a tough childhood, and a plethora of issues with her mum, who was a therapist. As each season unfolds, Rachel’s character purports some dark revelations to portray the depth of her character.