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    Rachelle Henry is an award-winning actress, voiceover artist, writer, producer, and director, as well as a recognized panelist, presenter, and speaker. 

    Rachelle is known for her outstanding roles in three feature films released in 2019-2020: WALLFLOWER; WOODSTOCK OR BUST (2019); and MY SUMMER AS A GOTH, for which Rachelle received a nomination for Best Supporting Actress in a Feature Film at the 40th Annual Young Artist Academy Awards in 2019. All three films are available to stream on VOD platforms worldwide. Upcoming releases include the feature film, MARTINGALE, set to premiere in 2021. 

    One of Rachelle’s favorite roles was in LOSING IT, a short film that premiered at the 2017 Slamdance Film Festival and was an Official Selection at the Cannes Short Film Corner. 

    Rachelle has produced nine films and is co-owner of RPMMarTan Productions. She has directed six films including MISSING. In 2019, Rachelle was named Best Producer in one of the expanded award categories bestowed at the 40th Young Artist Academy Awards. She was nominated in all three new categories including Best Director, Best Writer and won Best Producer for her film ENIGMATIC.  

    In 2020, Rachelle co-created and co-hosts the weekly talk show web series, THE LIGHTNING HOUR produced by RPMMarTan Productions in association with Vision of RA. The Lightning Hour features interviews with entertainment professionals and celebrities. 

    Rachelle is an advocate of animal rescue organizations as well as those benefiting women and children who are fighting cancer. She participates in 5K Runs sponsored by Women of Wonder and Run of Hope that support charitable organizations such as Seattle Children’s Hospital Pediatric Brain Tumor Research, Toys for Tots, and Team Survivor. Rachelle has worked with Camp Second Chance as a crew member building micro houses for the homeless.

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March 19, 2021
An in depth discussion with three 48 Hour Film Project alumni actors of varying ages, experience and training backgrounds from across the United States, who found themselves on very different individual journeys leading them to Hollywood, finding successful work in television, film, voiceovers, commercials and web series. Covering a wide variety of topics, from theatre and improv comedy roots and working in entry level production roles, to the importance of training and honing your craft, finding representation, booking the job, preparing for the role, networking and social media’s impact on your career.