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$5 Million as of June 2023
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Rachel Jessica Te Ao Maarama House ONZM (born 20 October 1971) is a New Zealand actress, comedian, director and acting coach. She is best known for her starring in the films Whale Rider (2002), Boy (2010), White Lies (2013), Hunt for the Wilderpeople (2016), Moana (2016), and Soul (2020). She is currently a series regular on the 2022 reboot of Heartbreak High as Principal Stacy "Woodsy" Woods, and recurring in the New Zealand Dark comedy-drama Creamerie as Doc Harvey. She is also a regular fixture of New Zealand theatre.

House attended the New Zealand national drama school, Toi Whakaari, graduating in 1992. She went into stage work with the Pacific Underground Theatre and the Auckland Theatre Company. In 1995, she won the "Most Promising Female Newcomer of the Year" Chapman Tripp Theatre Award for her one-woman show Nga Pou Wahine by Briar Grace-Smith. In 2000 she won Most Outstanding Performance for Witi Ihimaera's critically acclaimed Woman Far Walking (as Tiriti, a 160-year-old woman) and in 2003, Best Supporting Actress 8n Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People.

She has acted in several major productions that have toured nationally and internationally, including Hone Kouka's Waiora, Carol Anne Duffy's The Worlds Wife and the UK/New Zealand co-production of Beauty and the Beast.

House's film work has included roles in Whale Rider, Eagle vs Shark, Boy, and White Lies. Her television appearances include Maddigan's Quest and Gaylene Preston's series Hope and Wire. Jason Buchanan of the Rovi corporation wrote: "While she may not necessarily possess traditional Hollywood good looks, House has an undeniably distinct persona onscreen and exhibits just the kind of charisma that could prove the foundation for an enduring career."

In 2016, House appeared in Taika Waititi's feature film Hunt for the Wilderpeople. It became the top grossing New Zealand film of all time at the New Zealand box office.

House voiced Gramma Tala in the 2016 Disney animated film Moana. In 2017, she played Grandmaster's bodyguard Topaz in Thor: Ragnarok. In 2020, she voiced Terry in the Pixar animated film Soul.

House is a frequent collaborator of director Taika Waititi, appearing in his films Eagle vs Shark, Boy, Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Thor: Ragnarok, and serving as acting coach for the young actors on Boy, Hunt for the Wilderpeople and Jojo Rabbit. She was also an acting coach for Everything We Loved, The Dark Horse, The Rehearsal and the second season of the series Top of the Lake.