Born and raised in Brisbane, Rachele has always been an entertainer at heart.
Speech, drama and dance were a huge part of Rachele’s childhood and her love for literature proffered a passion for performance and imagination that drives her work as an actor today.
Training at Sydney Acting Studio with industry professionals Hunter McMahon, Aaron Glenane, Stephen Hunter, Marcus Graham and Louise Lee Mei, Rachele is well versed in Meisner technique, camera technique, voice, body and improvisation work.
In 2020, Rachele took the stage in a sold-out run of the Broadway hit, Don’t Dress for Dinner, as sultry French actress Suzanne, and has also appeared in the Arthur Miller classic, Death of a Salesman as Brooklyn bombshell, Miss Forsythe.
Also a writer, Rachele’s penchant for truthful storytelling grounds her work as she continues to grow her screen and stage presence in Australia and beyond.
Never a settler, she is adaptable, dedicated and quick to throw herself in bold new directions with heart and professionalism.