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What Happened To Rachel From The Price Is Right?

There are many reasons why "The Price Is Right" holds the coveted title of "longest running game show" (via CBS). For starters, there's the rotating lineup of classic games like Plinko and Cliff Hangers that test the grocery store prowess of energetic contestants. There's also the exciting possibility of winning massive cash prizes, brand new cars, and lavish getaways, not to mention the once-in-a-lifetime chance to spin the beeping, blinking "Big Wheel."

However, one component of "The Price is Right" isn't as flashy as the rest, but a staple of the show. We're talking about the handful of stunning models who show off the fabulous prizes that are up for grabs. Formerly dubbed "Barker's Beauties" (via LA Times) under the reign of late host Bob Barker, the group now encompasses Manuela Arbeláez, Amber Lancaster, James O'Halloran, Devin Goda, and Rachel Reynolds.

Reynolds, who was added to the cast in 2003, is the only current model to serve as one of "Barker's Beauties" and, when Drew Carey took over in 2007, "Carey's Cuties" (via The Price is Right). One of Reynolds' most unforgettable moments occurred in 2004, when she bumped the front left corner of a bright yellow Ford Mustang deluxe convertible into the set, never losing her camera-ready smile (via YouTube).

Since joining the show and grinning through that embarrassing incident like a true champ, Reynolds has enjoyed some exciting milestones, both personally and professionally.

Rachel Reynolds is a model, actress, wife, and mother

After all these years, Rachel Reynolds still knows how to have a blast on "The Price is Right," and give contestants an unforgettable experience. For example, in 2016, she recreated her memorable car crash on a special April Fools Day episode, this time taking down an entire wall of the set.

Over the years, Reynolds' "The Price is Right" fame granted her exciting opportunities to appear in a slew of film and television projects. In 2011, Reynolds appeared as herself in the Adam Sandler comedy "Jack and Jill." A hilarious "The Price is Right" scene shows Jill Sadelstein (Sandler) ready to give the "Big Wheel" a spin, but she ends up hitting herself in the head with it, and Reynolds and several other models run to her aid. In 2005 and 2013, Reynolds also lent her modeling talents to fashion house Forrester Creations on the CBS soap opera "The Bold and the Beautiful" (via IMDb). 

As for her personal life, Reynolds tied the knot in 2010 with former Major League Baseball player David Dellucci, with whom she shares daughter Ruby Ray (via CBS). Additionally, Reynolds assists with the Wounded Warrior Project, which aids veterans who served beginning September 11, 2001 and are suffering physical or mental effects.