Rachel Bloom is the star and executive producer of The CW's new fall series Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, but chances are you've seen more of her work before now - even if you didn't know it.
In 2010, Bloom wrote and starred in the online music video "F--- Me, Ray Bradbury," which went viral as one would expect from that title. The sexually explicit ode to the author of Fahrenheit 451 was nominated for a 2011 Hugo Award in the Best Short Form Dramatic Presentation category.
Bloom had a small guest-starring role as "Wanda" on the Season 7 episode of How I Met Your Mother, "The Drunk Train."
The My Damn Channel web series "Co-op of the Damned" follows the residents of a haunted apartment building in New York City. On the episode "The Sexorcist," Bloom stars as a possessed wife who has sex with a group of religious leaders in order to get rid of her demons.
Bloom plays Roxy on The Fuzz, Yahoo Screen!'s puppet Law & Order parody. Yes, you read that right.
On Season 1 of Netflix's animated series BoJack Horseman, Bloom voiced Laura, the secretary for Princess Carolyn (Amy Sedaris).
Bloom has voiced several characters on the Adult Swim series Robot Chicken, including the Little Mermaidlookalike Ariel and Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle journalist April O'Neil. She is also a writer on the show.
In Sad Ninja Comedy's comedy web short "The Hero Super," Bloom stars as a tenant in an urban apartment building whose superintendent comes to the rescue upon learning that it's about to be sold.
Now, on Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Bloom plays Rebecca Bunch, a woman who leaves behind her life and career in New York City to move to California and pursue her high school boyfriend.