Melanie Paxson Sells Wrap with Rodney
Melanie Paxson (born Melanie Deanne Moore on September 26, 1972) is an American actress. She is the middle child of three to parents Gay and Randy Moore. An alumna of Mahomet-Seymour High School in Mahomet, Illinois, she first pursued her passion for acting while involved in spring musicals and various plays with her high school's drama club. She has gone on to major motion pictures and television shows. She left her hometown after high school to attend the University of Missouri-Columbia where she majored in theater performance. She's appeared in numerous national commercials and is probably best recognized from "Glad's Voice of Reason" campaign. She currently can be seen in commercials for DayQuil and Yoplait Light. Her big television break was her portrayal of Joyce DeWitt in the television biopic on the 1970s sitcom "Three's Company." She's been on numerous shows, including "Joey" and "The Drew Carey Show". She landed a starring role in the NBC sitcom "Happy Family" before being cast as Julie in "Notes From the Underbelly."