Actress Rachel Errington brings both a quiet intensity and a fiery passion to every project.
Theater audiences on both coasts have relished in Rachel’s deep and spirited portrayals of Beatrice in Arthur Miller’s “A View from the Bridge” and the mythological Greek sorceress Medea. She also shined as Irina in the famed Chekhov play “Three Sisters” and delivered an abundance of complexity in Strindberg’s celebrated “Miss Julie”.
More recently, Rachel has been building a solid reputation on the film festival circuit. She garnered international attention in the leading role of the short film “Porcella,” which was accepted into the prominent Short Film Corner at Cannes. She also gained fans for her starring role in “Cash Flow,” which screened at the Big Apple Film Festival.
Originally from Los Angeles and currently based in New York, Rachel is a graduate of the esteemed Northwestern University. Always a student of the craft, she has studied with Austin Pendleton at the renowned HB Studios, as well as Ted Sluberski and Tim Phillips for on-camera work.
Quite different from the intensity she brings to her work, Rachel is a self-described “hopeless romantic”. Escaping from her parent’s dinner party at barely ten years old, Rachel came across 1939’s “Wuthering Heights.” Alone, at the edge of the bed, with tears streaming down her checks, it was at that moment when she first felt the deep emotion of a tumultuous love story and was certain she would become an actress.
Rachel has most recently expanded her talents further by producing and starring in her first short film, "You Can't Always Get What You Want."