Rachel is eclectic in her coaching style, helping her clients create success in both TV and film. For example, Elite Client Jake Ferree recently booked a recurring guest star on a TV series shooting in Los Angeles and Heather Horton booked roles in KIDDING & THE ORVILLE. Rachel herself recently played a top 5 billed role in a TV movie as a result of the networking strategies she learned through Career ACTivate.
In addition, she has been dubbed an “Indie Darling” for all of her work as an actor and producer in the indie film world. As a producer of projects that she also stars in, Rachel was nominated for Best Actress along with winning multiple awards including Excellence in Filmmaking. Through her work as an actor and a producer, she has learned the ins and outs of the festival circuit for indie filmmakers. Using the tools she learned in the Career ACTivate Elite Program, she created long lasting relationships with filmmakers that then led to direct bookings of leading roles in various projects. She officially launched her own production company in 2017 called Blueberry Hill Media.
After receiving a BFA in Performance at Chapman University, where she won a Best Actress award for her role in “The Lesson,” Rachel went on to book indie film, TV and commercial projects. She recently played the leading role of Morgan in the horror feature film “The Campus,” (set to premiere Spring 2018) which DreadCentral named “a demonic version of Groundhog Day.” Her other credits include “Solitary Confinement” opposite Robert Carradine, The Eric Andre Show, and commercial work.
She recently booked a substantial role in an upcoming new TV movie without even auditioning.
After working with Career ACTivate, Rachel is empowered. She is passionate about helping actors discover who they are, what they want to achieve, and how to tell their story.