An actor, director and editor in NYC + LA.
I'm currently working on some exciting new projects:
In April 2019, I participated in the New York City Women’s Weekend Film Challenge as a director. I directed “Millennial Success Stories: Fe-MALE CEO,” a mockumentary short about a female Silicon Valley CEO whose weekend workshop teaches Female CEOs to take on the personality traits, clothing options and vocal depth of powerful male CEOs like Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg in order to be taken more seriously by their colleagues. It premieres at the MUSEUM OF MOVING IMAGE in New York City on April 18, 2019.
In February 2019, I joined the cast of THE PROBE as the recurring role of Assistant District Attorney Amanda Klein. I'm also in THE POLKA KING (a new film with Jack Black and Jenny Slate) that was released on Netflix in January 2018.
In October 2018, directed and edited a dramatic short film called "HATCHED" written by Kimberlea Kressal.
I'm executive producing and writing a new animated children's TV show called CAPE KIDS. I also co-created the show and designed all of the original artwork.
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"The young woman wanted to raise some money for charity by putting on a show, and because she was in New York, she decided to stage it on Broadway....It didn't much matter that she was just off the bus from Kentucky, or that she was 17."
- Backstage Profile, 2009
Rachel is an actor, director, writer and executive producer in NYC + LA. She can be seen on TV in THE KNICK, LAW & ORDER : SVU and POWER and in the Netflix comedy THE POLKA KING. She has appeared onstage at the Atlantic Theater Company (24 Hour Plays), New World Stages and Playwrights Horizons.
The proud co-owner and CEO of One Cute Dog Productions, a bicoastal Production Company (clients include The United Nations, UNICEF, Thermador, Quicken Loans + PediaSure,) Rachel has served as either producer, director or editor on each of One Cute Dog's 150+ commercials.
Rachel is also the co-founder of The Global Game Changers Student Empowerment Program, a national nonprofit that works to close the enrichment gap and empower the next generation. Global Game Changers recently received a $1 Million Grant from the Lift a Life Foundation to expand programming and increase infrastructure.
She is the Youngest Producer in Broadway history to be Nominated for a Tony Award.
Tony Award (Nomination), Best Production of a Play reasons to be pretty, 2010
Drama Desk Award (Nomination), Best Production of a Play reasons to be pretty, 2010
Webby Awards (Nomination), Best Writing stalkTALK, 2012