Rachel graduated of the National Institute Dramatic Art (NIDA). Rachel has worked extensively in theatre and was most recently seen in ODD MAN OUT (Ensemble Theatre) and MTC’s production of JASPER JONES. Other theatre credits include: KING LEAR and MACBETH (Bell Shakespeare); DAYLIGHT SAVING (Darlinghurst Theatre Company); BETWEEN TWO WAVES (Griffin Theatre Company); CONCUSSION and DON JUAN (Sydney Theatre Company); BOSTON MARRIAGE, LET THE SUNSHINE and NINETY (Melbourne and Queensland Theatre Companies); MANAGING CARMEN and WIT (Ensemble Theatre); BOEING BOEING (New Theatricals); ALL THINGS CONSIDERED, DEATH DEFYING ACTS, LAST NIGHTS OF BALLYHOO and CRIMES OF THE HEART (Marion St Theatre) OUT THERE (Hair Of The Dog Inc), TAMING OF THE SHREW (EHJ Productions) and BIG HAIR IN AMERICA (Hot House Theatre Company). She was also Assistant Director on The Ensemble Theatre production of SEMINAR in 2013.
Rachel’s film credits are RAZZLE DAZZLE and THUNDERSTRUCK. In television Rachel’s credits include: THE SECRET DAUGHTER, THE COMEDY SHOWROOM: THE LETDOWN, THE MOODY’S, THE GENTLEMEN’S GUIDE TO KNIFE FIGHTING, A MOODY CHRISTMAS, HOME & AWAY, NEIGHBOURS, BLUE HEELERS, THE COOKS, THE COAST, WHITE COLLAR BLUE, FARSCAPE, ALL SAINTS, BACKBERNER, NEVER TELL ME NEVER and BIG SKY.
In 1994 Rachel received a Logie Award nomination for Best Female New Talent for her role on BLUE HEELERS. In 2007 Rachel was personally trained by Al Gore and The Australian Conservation Foundation as a Climate Change Presenter for THE CLIMATE PROJECT.