Rachel Nottingham

12 Aug 2015

Rachel was born in Hemel Hempstead, Hertfordshire and trained at Drama Studio London.

During training she played Catherine Hilton in Call It A Day (Grove Court Theatre), Claire Clairmont in Bloody Poetry (Criterion Theatre), Rosalind in As You Like It, Queen Elizabeth in Richard III, Millamant in The Way Of The World and Andromache in The Trojan Women.

Rachel’s theatre credits include; Carnaby Street (No. 1 UK Tour / Squareleg Entertainment), Daisy in Dreamboats And Petticoats (No.1 UK Tour / Bill Kenwright Ltd.), Lydia Bennet & Caroline Bingley in Pride And Prejudice (Italian Tour / European Arts Company) and Alice Fitzwarren / Fairy Bow Bells in Dick Whittinghton (Bigfoot Arts Entertainment).

On screen, she has appeared in a number of feature and short films including; Zombie Resurrection (Charmed Apocalypse Pictures), Duet (Stage Factory, Seoul), Who Cares (Ney Productions) and Dead Beautiful (d-d films).

Rachel is an accomplished singer and musician, playing saxophone (soprano, alto, tenor, baritone) and flute.