Hollywood star June Diane Raphael had her career beginnings in the 2000s, first appearing with a small role in an episode of Ed. Some years later, she had her first film role in 2006’s The Wedding Weekend. She went on to appear in a couple of movies, including Zodiac, Forgetting Sarah Marshall, and Year One. She also joined the regular cast of the short-lived program The Very Funny Show.
After this, she appeared in 4 episodes of the sketch comedy series Human Giant. In 2009, she wrote and starred as Amanda in the film Bride Wars. The following decade, she starred as Barb Tolan in the Spike comedy series Players, after which she appeared in 5 episodes of Funny or Die Presents. During this period, Raphael starred had roles in the movies The Dry Land, Going the Distance, Bachelorette, and Girl Most Likely.
She then starred as Kate Fenner in the 2013 comedy film Ass Backwards, which she also wrote and produced. That same year, she appeared in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Her career on television became more prolific in the 2010s too — she starred as Piper Ferguson in NTSF:SD:SUV:: and Julie Gristlewhite in Burning Love. At the same time, she became known for her recurring role as Sadie in New Girl. Since 2015, the actress also plays Brianna Hanson in the comedy series Grace & Frankie. Her most recent movie role was in 2019’s Long Shot.
June Diane Raphael starts her day with a cup of coffee. She then eats her breakfast, which she said is usually leftovers for whatever she prepares for her kids. So she typically has oatmeal, eggs, or waffles. Talking about her day-to-day in an interiew, she also shared what she eats. “For lunch, I have a juice from Café Gratitude. The I Am Grace. I can only drink juices and smoothies that basically taste like milkshakes. And this fits the bill,” said the actress-writer. Ravioli with pesto, flatbreads, salmon salad, avocados, and penne checca are also some of her favorite foods.