RACHEL BAILIT BIO

Rachel Bailit is an Actress, Journalist, Acting Teacher at The Lee Strasberg Theater and Film Institute, The Getty Museum and DreamWorks Animation. Rachel specializes in working one on one with public speakers, actors, and politicians creating opportunities for genuine communication, effective change, and growth. Her work is based on method acting using sense memory and emotional memory.

Rachel is a Museum Educational Consultant for Affective and Physical Engagement with Art at The Getty Museum. In addition to training museum docents, Rachel co-created a new tour “Sense Memory in Art” at The Getty Center. Rachel interacts with museum visitors from all over the world to explore the way memory and the senses engage simultaneously to create deeper, more provocative, and personal relationships with works of art.She co-created a new tour “Sense Memory in Art” at The Getty Center.

Rachel interacts with museumvisitors from all over the world to explore the way memory and the senses engage simultaneously to create deeper, more provocative, and personal relationships with works of art.

Rachel owned and operated her own casting company “Compassionate Casting” for over ten years. She cast television films, music videos and commercials. She performed her acclaimed one-woman show, “Sugar Happens” for seven years in Los Angeles, including The Comedy Central Stage, and at St. Luke’s Theatre in New York City.

Rachel’s acting credits include Paramount’s “Festival In Cannes” directed by Henry Jaglom. She played alongside Jim Carrey in Ron Howard’s “The Grinch Who Stole Christmas”. Rachel has appeared in many television shows including “The Conan O’Brien Show”, “Desperate Housewives”, “Jon Benjamin Has a Van”, “Tim and Eric’s Awesome Show”, “NYPD Blue” and the role of “Marissa” in“General Hospital”. She stars in two webisodes: "Diary of an Actress and "The Vamps Next Door".

Rachel works as a model for animation studios and video game companies throughout Southern California including Disney Animation, Dreamworks Animation, Sony Imageworks, Nickelodeon “The Simpsons”, “Family Guy”, “American Dad”, Blizzard Entertainment, Naughty Dog, Sony Online, Obsidian Entertainment, and Mattel Toys.

Rachel is a Red Carpet Host hosted has hosted events at CBS Studio Center for CDI Kids, and “New York In Hollywood” to benefit The CSUN Music Therapy Clinic.

Rachel is a proud union member of SAG-AFTRA, Actor’s Equity Association and The Academy of Television.

She is a member of The Los Angeles Military Personnel and Families Support Committee at SAG-AFTRA.