Canadian-born actress and comedienne Caroline Rhea was best known for her quick wit, bubbly personality and infectious laugh. Rhea first made a name for herself as a popular stand-up performer at such career-launching venues as Catch a Rising Star before garnering national recognition with a supporting role on the long-running fantasy sitcom "Sabrina the Teenage Witch" (The WB, 1996-2003). During this prosperous time, she frequently picked up supplemental work, such as a titular role on the supernatural family comedy "Mom's Got a Date with a Vampire" (Disney Channel, 2000). After leaving "Sabrina" in 2002, she took a run at her own daytime talk program after replacing Rosie O'Donnell with "The Caroline Rhea Show" (syndicated, 2002-03) and as the host of the weight loss competition series "The Biggest Loser" (NBC, 2004- ) for its first two seasons. Occasional supporting work in feature films like the romance "The Perfect Man" (2005) and a lengthy tenure as a voiceover actress on the hit animated comedy series "Phineas and Ferb" (Disney XD, 2007- ) still allowed the busy actress time to accept the rare lead role in made-for-TV offerings like the holiday comedy "The Christmas Consultant" (Lifetime, 2012). Multi-talented and easily relatable, Rhea remained one of the more recognizable and welcomed faces on film and television.