Rachael Bella Zvagelsky is a retired actress who is best known for her marriage to Edward Furlong. Even though she has had her share of roles in Hollywood, Bella never rose to fame for her performances. Instead, her spousal relationship with Furlong keeps her in the limelight to this day. Her ex-husband Edward Furlong is an American actor best known for his performance as John Connor in Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991). In this article, we will take a closer look at the wiki-bio of Rachel Bella.
Rachael Bella Zvagelsky was born on the 13th of March 1984 in Vermilion, South Dakota, United States. When she was three years old her parents divorced and she moved with her mother to New York. At the time, Bella’s mother was still in college and graduated much later and took on a job to financially support herself.
Interested in acting and singing from a very young age, she took musical theatre class. Bella was noticed by New York agents when she sang solo at her theater school’s recital at the age of eight. She went on to sign a deal with one and for a short stint, she sang in theatre here and there. As movies and television roles keep coming her way she switched her focus to the acting profession.
Bella began acting as a child actor taking the role of Ruthie in the 1993 movie When Pigs Fly. The same year she took on the role of Young Teresa Santangelo in Household Saints. She also made her television debut as Young Gigi in the TV movie Love, Honor & Obey: The Last Mafia Marriage (1993).
Over the years, Bella has enjoyed diverse roles in TV and movies. In 1995, She played the role of Betsy in the movie, A Little Princess. Later that year, she played the role of Betty Parris in The Crucible. In the following years, she played roles in The Blood Oranges (1997), The Ring (2002), American Gun (2005), Jimmy and Judy (2006), High Hopes (2006), and was last seen on Drive-Thru (2007).
On the television side of things, Bella appeared in Grace Under Fire (1994), ER (1994), W.E.I.R.D. World (1995), The Devil’s Child (1997), The Practice (2001), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (2002), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2002), Tru Calling (2003), and Boston Public (2004).
Retired American actress Rachael Bella has an estimated net worth of USD 4 Million.
Rachael Bella Zvagelsky was previously married to Edward Furlong and the pair made quite the couple. The pair met in 2002 and were cast to appear in the same film. The pair dated together for four years before tying the knot on the 19th of April, 2006. The pair had a son, Ethan Page Furlong, who was born in September 2006. The pair ended up divorcing three years later on the 8th of July, 2009, as Bella filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. The court documents revealed that her son tested positive for cocaine and as a result, Furlong’s visits had to be supervised. Rachel secured a restraining order against Furlong in May of 2013, alleging domestic violence.
Following her divorce, Rachel tied the knot with Ron Zvagelsky on July 30, 2014. Ron is a web developer and has been in the field since 2008. In the years of marriage, the pair has given birth to a boy and a girl.
Physical and Personality Traits:
Rachael Bella has a standing height of 5 feet 5 inches (1.65m). She has brown eyes and comes from an Italian family lineage. Her zodiac is Pisces and is said to possess the personality traits of being emotionally sensitive, gracious, and emotionally aware according to her zodiac reading.
Rachael Bella now:
Rachael Bella retired from acting in 2007 and has since taken her priority to raise her kids. She is the mother of three children two from her current husband and the eldest from her ex-husband. She currently resides in Los Angles, California alongside her husband and kids.
A quick write on Edward Furlong:
Eduard Furlong is an American actor, born on August 2, 1977, in Glendale, California. He is best known for his role as John Connor in the movie “Terminator 2: Judgment Day” (1991).
Furlong was discovered by a casting director while hanging out at the Pasadena Boys and Girls Club, and he was cast in his first film role in “Terminator 2” at the age of 13. The film was a massive commercial success and launched Furlong’s career.
After “Terminator 2,” Furlong appeared in several other films, including “American History X” (1998), “Pecker” (1998), and “Detroit Rock City” (1999). However, he struggled with substance abuse issues, and his personal life became increasingly turbulent.
In recent years, Furlong has continued to act, but his career has been overshadowed by his personal problems. He has had a number of legal and financial issues, including a DUI arrest in 2013, and he has been in and out of rehab.
Despite his troubles, Furlong remains a cult figure among fans of “Terminator 2,” and he has continued to work in film and television. Some of his recent roles include appearances in “A Winter Rose” (2016) “The Green Hornet” (2011) and “The Mortician” (2011), as well as a recurring role on the TV series “CSI: NY” (2012).
Furlong’s personal struggles have been well-documented, and he has been open about his struggles with addiction and mental health. Despite these challenges, he remains a beloved figure among his fans, and many people continue to root for his continued success both on and off the screen.