Rachel is perhaps best known for her seven years on "Saturday Night Live," where she created many memorable characters, including Debbie Downer. After leaving the show, she appeared on the NBC series "30 Rock," created by her Second City and "SNL" co-star Tina Fey, and had running guest appearances on "Parks and Recreation," "Last Week Tonight with John Oliver," "Broad City," "Inside Amy Schumber" and most recently on "Difficult People."
On the feature side, Rachel appeared in the Adam Sandler films "That's My Boy," "Just Go With It," "Click" and "I Now Pronounce You Chuck and Larry," and opposite Parker Posey and Amy Poehler in "Spring Breakdown." In 2015, Rachel shot "Sisters," alongside Tina Fey and Amy Poehler. She has also lent her voice to Seth Meyer's Hulu series "The Awesomes," Fox's "Bob's Burgers" and "The Cleveland Show," as well as Disney Channel's "Fish Hooks" and "Pickle & Peanut."
Additionally, on the New York stage, she recently appeared in Manhattan Theatre Club's production of the David Lindsay-Abaire play "Ripcord," under the direction of David Hyde Pierce, and this past summer in "Privacy," at The Public, opposite Daniel Radcliffe.
Rachel also is the author of the critically acclaimed memoir "Girl Walks Into a Bar: Comedy Calamities, Dating Disasters, and a Midlife Miracle," published in 2012.
Dratch lives in New York City.