Rachel Chin is a Trinidadian born, American Stage/Film Actress. She moved to the US as a student and graduated with an Associate Arts degree in Commercial Art and a Bachelor’s Arts degree in Communication Arts. She training in acting at The Panaro Academy of Dramatic Arts and The Acting School of South Florida. Rachel began her professional career with roles in parody horror cult classics such as playing Private Lee in “Corpses are Forever,” Commander Pax in “The Monster Man,” as well as roles “Chances” and “Phoenix Falling.” These roles have made Rachel a cult film darling amongst avid Sci-Fi/horror aficionados.

She made her stage debut in the 2008 critical smash hit revival of The Basic Training of Pavlo Hummel. Rachel was the only woman in an ensemble. The critically acclaimed theater ensemble, Ground Up & Rising(GUAR), inducted Rachel as a company member. With Ground Up & Rising, Rachel played in a Story Of A Solider, Letters From Iraq, the first professional arts production in the Miami to be named both Best of Theatre and Best of Classical Music in the Miami Herald’s Year end Awards of 2008.  Further, Rachel played Bianca in Ground Up & Rising’s 2010 post-apocalyptic adaptation of Shakespeare’s Othello and Sonia, in Stephan Adly Guirgis’ Our Lady of 121st Street in 2017.

Rachel has done two productions with Mad Cat Theatre company, another Miami theatre with an excellent critical reputation. Under the direction Paul Tei of USA’s Burn Notice, Rachel played one of a trio of singing witches in another critically 2011 adaptation Macbeth and the Monster.  Rachel played a hard-edged rapper in Mad Cat’s RPM at the Adrienne Arsht Center for the Miami Made Festival in 2012.

Most of Rachel’s acting credits have been with one of Miami’s newest theaters, Storycrafter Studio, a boutique theater which is the only theater in Miami to win an Applause Award. In addition to taking part in Storycrafter Studio’s new play readings, Rachel played the title role in The Wish Maker and Cynthia Clay and Pamela Marshall’s winter holiday musical Beware the Jabberwocky. Rachel also played the ghost in “When I Was Alive” and in the chorus of “Music of Broken Water” in Storycrafter Studio’s performances at the Ft. Lauderdale Fringe Festival.