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Better Call Saul Actress Rhea Seehorn’s Latest Post Shows How She Turned Into Kim Wexler In Real Life

Better Call Saul Actress Rhea Seehorn’s Latest Post Shows How She Turned Into Kim Wexler In Real Life

Rhea Seehorn, whom we know for her role as successful and cold-blooded lawyer Kim Wexler in Better Call Saul, made a post on Instagram to show her support for For Domestic Violence Awareness Month and showed how she reflects her character in the series to real life.

Better Call Saul is a crime drama series that premiered on AMC on February 8, 2015. Created by Vince Gilligan and Peter Gould, the series is a sequel to Breaking Bad previously created by Gilligan and brings previous events to the screen.

In the series, Bob Odenkirk and Rhea Seehorn star as Jimmy McGill and Kim Wexler. Odenkirk, who plays the rogue lawyer, and also Seehorn, who complements him and plays the righteous lawyer, is preparing for the show’s 6th season.

But these days, the country’s agenda is focused on elections. Rhea Seehorn also took these people to Instagram to raise awareness for an important issue. Rhea Seehorn said she is working with the Legal Aid Foundation Of Los Angeles and announced that she has teamed up with incredible pro bono lawyers and volunteers. She also said that she learned how I could be of service and a better ally. This post looked like proof that Rhea was a Kim Wexler in real life.

Here’s what she said:

“For Domestic Violence Awareness Month; I was very fortunate to team up with the incredible pro bono lawyers & volunteers at @legalaidla to learn more about the devastating effects of the pandemic on people at risk of domestic violence. AND, I learned how I could be of service & a better ally.

Be sure to vote. And then be sure to be of service to the community in any way you can.

If you’re in the Los Angeles area and are able to contribute or volunteer, please visit lafla.org for more information. If you are a survivor in need of their free legal help, you can go to their site, or call 1-800-399-4529

For national resources to find help or find a way to help others, go to womenshealth.gov or liveyourdream.org. If you need help immediately call 1-800-799-SAFE. To all the volunteers; thank you so, so much. To all the survivors; you are strong, loved, and seen.”

See the Instagram post below.

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For Domestic Violence Awareness Month; I was very fortunate to team up with the incredible pro bono lawyers & volunteers at @legalaidla to learn more about the devastating effects of the pandemic on people at risk of domestic violence. AND, I learned how I could be of service & a better ally. Be sure to vote. And then be sure to be of service to the community in any way you can. If you’re in the Los Angeles area and are able to contribute or volunteer, please visit lafla.org for more information. If you are a survivor in need of their free legal help, you can go to their site, or call 1-800-399-4529 For national resources to find help, or find a way to help others, go to womenshealth.gov or liveyourdream.org . If you need help immediately call 1-800-799-SAFE To all the volunteers; thank you so, so much. To all the survivors; you are strong, loved, and seen. #dvam #LAFLA #probono #volunteer #KimWexler Wannabe!

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