In the wake of her car accident, Kim is forced to re-evaluate her priorities and ponder her future. Kim's search for meaning takes her in unexpected new directions as she struggles to find a way to help Jimmy process Chuck’s death while balancing her own needs and ambitions.
Rhea Seehorn reprises her role as Kim Wexler in Season 4 of Better Call Saul.
Seehorn grew up in Virginia Beach but lived in a variety of places, from Arizona to Japan, before relocating to Los Angeles. She graduated with a degree in drama and visual arts, which she used to further develop her craft in Washington, D.C. There, she starred in numerous productions of theater companies, including Arena Stage and the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, of which she remains a member. Seehorn then moved to Manhattan, where she performed with Playwrights Horizons and made her Broadway debut in Neil Simon’s 45 Seconds from Broadway. Shortly after that, she was cast as a series regular on the comedy series I’m With Heropposite Teri Polo, David Sutcliffe, and Danny Comden.
Seehorn has enjoyed several series regular and guest star roles in productions including House of Lies, The Starter Wife, The Closer, Head Cases, Trust Me, Dollhouse, Burn Notice, and Franklin & Bash. She’s also appeared alongside Tim Allen in Disney’s The Shaggy Dog. From 2011 to 2013, Seehorn was seen on the NBC comedy Whitney. She used her innate comedic timing to put her stamp on Roxanne, a no-nonsense divorcee whose views on marriage derive from paying alimony to her loser ex-husband.