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Rachael Harris’ 5 Best Movies And TV Shows Every Suits Fan Should Check Out

If you loved Rachael Harris in ‘Suits,’ you’ll enjoy exploring her other work. Here are five movies and TV shows where she shines just as brightly.

In the sharp-tongued legal drama ‘Suits,’ Rachael Harris portrayed the character Sheila Amanda Sazs. If you’re a fan of her work in ‘Suits’ and looking to explore more of Harris’ acting career, here are five of her best movies and TV shows that you should definitely check out.

5. Old Dads (2023)

Directed by Bill Burr, ‘Old Dads‘ presents a humorous take on three men grappling with modern life after selling their business. Rachael Harris takes on the role of Dr. Lois Schmieckel-Turner in the film. Though the film received mixed reactions, with a 26% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a score of 42 on Metacritic, it still holds a respectable 6.2 rating on IMDb. ‘Old Dads’ is a light-hearted watch that shows Harris in a comedic light.

4. Natural Selection (2011)

Harris shines in the 2011 comedy-drama ‘Natural Selection.‘ Written and directed by Robbie Pickering, the film won both jury and audience awards at its South by Southwest debut. Harris, alongside Matt O’Leary, was praised for a breakthrough performance. Following its release, ‘Natural Selection’ earned a 6.4 rating on IMDb and a 74% score on Rotten Tomatoes. Roger Ebert’s endorsement and the Golden Thumb awards for both the director and Harris prove the film’s impact.

3. Night at the Museum: Secret of the Tomb (2014)

In the third installment of the ‘Night at the Museum’ series, ‘Secret of the Tomb,‘ Harris plays Madeline Phelps, the chairwoman of the American Museum of Natural History. Directed by Shawn Levy, the film premiered in 2014 and grossed over $363 million worldwide. Despite being the lowest-grossing film in the series, it received a fair share of positive feedback for its visual effects and production values, with a 47% rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 6.2 score on IMDb.

2. Goosebumps (2023)

‘Goosebumps,’ a 2023 television series available on Disney+ and Hulu, offers a more eerie and thrilling side of Harris’ acting range. In this supernatural comedy horror series, she plays Nora, a character entangled in a significant and mysterious event. The series differs from its 1995 predecessor by adopting a serialized storytelling format and has been well-received for its narrative, visuals, and casting, earning a 74% approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes and a 6.7 score on IMDb.

1. Lucifer (2016-2018, 2019-2021)

Topping our list is ‘Lucifer,‘ where Harris portrays Dr. Linda Martin, a Stanford-educated psychotherapist. This urban fantasy series, which aired from 2016 to 2021, saw an evolution in both narrative and critical reception. Initially canceled by Fox, it was later picked up by Netflix due to fan demand. Harris’ character goes under development over the course of the series, especially in season 4 with the introduction of her half-angel/half-human baby. The show’s ratings improved over time, with the first season receiving mixed reviews but later seasons, particularly the second, earning high praise and a 100% score on Rotten Tomatoes.

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