Rachel Galvin is an American actress, writer and editor who has performed and worked in Colorado, Los Angeles, and South Florida.

Theater Actor

Galvin began her career in the Colorado area, training with acting coach Bill Smith at The Acting Studio.[1]

She was in many plays in Colorado and Los Angeles. In Florida, she was in the musical "Beware The Eyes Of Mars," playing three roles: Miss Pussywillow, Galaxy Operator and a hippie.[2]

Film Actor

She moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting, having featured roles in several films and television shows, including Babylon 5 (TV series) in the episode "Paragon of Animals" as an enphili refugee.[3] She also was featured in several productions, including Halloween H20: 20 Years Later and Power Rangers. She also was seen in Damon Packard's Early 70's Horror Trailer[4] and in The Junior Christian Science Bible Lesson Show[5]

She went on to do several independent films in Florida, including features "Film Contest?" and "Elixir." She was a lead in many short films, including, "Someone Special" [6]"It's Happening", "Intersect", "Life Worth Living", "End of the Living", "The Delivery", "Refusal",[7] "Faded", "Lockbox", "Wrong Turn", Casting Call", "Final, Job","End of the Living," "Lucky Streak & the Crimefighters",[8] "Repugnant Verocity," "Trap" (as voiceover)"6th Day" and "Frozen Styph". She was in the web series "Absolution".[9] A full resume is listed on[10]

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In Los Angeles, she worked as a talent coordinator for ESI KIDZ, now called The ESI Network.,[11] working with young actors who have gone on to have a career of their own, such as Malcom David Kelley[12] who appeared in the TV show Lost.

Tour Guide

She also worked at Universal Studios as a tram tour guide.[12]


She produced a webisode called "The Insight" for[13] The show is a three-host format discussing ideas about Law of Attraction, Holistic Health, Forgive & Forget and more. In 2009, she was in process of producing a feature film called "Pop Goes the Easel." She also worked on producing and being assistant director for "When Evil Smiles."[14]


She moved to South Florida and began a career as a writer, working with various publications, including as a theater critic for the New Times. A full list of New Times Broward Palm Beach articles can be found online.[15] Highlights include:

She was also a theater critic for Talkin' Broadway. Highlights include:

  • Amadeus at The Mosaic Theater[24]
  • Necessary Targets at Lehman Theater[25]

She has written about art for Art of the Times[26] and Cultural Quarterly,[27] among others.

She has her own column in DUO Magazine talking about film, as well as writing additional articles.[28]

She has written about Kettlebells for Dragon Door[29][30] and their magazine Hard Style.

She is currently lead writer (editor) for In the Biz Magazine and [31] and is assistant editor and school editor at Deerfield Observer.[32]

She has had her own fashion blog called Let's Talk Fashion.[33]

She has written about many celebrities like Julian Lennon [34] and Jane Russell [35] for publications like Edit International, a wire service. She also wrote about Jackie Evancho [36]

AUTHOR: She has written her own 184-page book on the acting industry entitled "Basics of the Biz: A Holistic Approach to Becoming an Actor"[37]


She worked on several independent projects as a producer but took on a directorial debut, starring in a short film called To Mine Own Self Be True,[38] which was shown twice in 2005 at Screamfest.

On-line Publisher

She is the founder of a social networking portal and online magazine called IndependentStreak, located at[7]


Galvin is also a photographer. She took photos of FTL MODA, a fashion show held in January 2007 in Ft. Lauderdale.[39] She also takes pictures to go with her stories as well[40] as doing headshots for actors and musicians.[41]


She is a frequent host on ObserverTV.[42] Video is available at[43]

She has her own radio shows on blog talk radio: IndieStreak [44] in which she interviews filmmakers and Basics of the Biz [45] in which she talks about the acting industry. She was nominated for a Women in the Arts Award for Best Web Show [46] and won Web Radio Show of the Year.[47][48] She has interviewed many guests, including hosting guru and coach, Marki Costello[49]

She interviewed filmmakers on the red carpet at the Palm Beach International Film Festival for Video is available on[50]

She was a guest reporter on CityTV25's program "In the Loop.",[51] on[13] She was also can be seen in a segment on the French Film Festival at Cinema Paradiso.[52]

She is also was a guest host for the podcast[53]

Video Blogger

As a participant for the 100 Days Challenge on Co-Creating Our, Galvin does frequent intimate video logs about her life, her aspirations and the steps she takes to combat everyday challenges, including Vision Boards, medtation, affirmations and Law of Attraction.[54]


She is a host for podcast as well as a guest host on[55]

  1. The Acting Studio - Colorado
  3. "Babylon 5" The Paragon of Animals (1998)
  4. Rachel Galvin
  5. David Liebe Hart
  7. 7.0 7.1
  10. IMDb Resume for Rachel Galvin
  11. The ESI Network
  12. 12.0 12.1 Blogger: Profil d'utilisateur : Rachel Galvin
  13. 13.0 13.1
  16. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  17. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  18. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  19. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  20. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  21. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  22. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  23. Broward-Palm Beach - Arts & Entertainment - Stagebeat
  24. Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Amadeus" in Southern Florida 10/19/04
  25. Talkin' Broadway Regional News & Reviews - "Necessary Targets" in Southern Florida 8/18/04
  29. Kettlebell Success - How kettlebells helped John Rock increase his personal training income by 65% in a two-year period
  33. Let's Talk Fashion
  39. The Quest for "it": FTL Moda
  50. Boca Raton, Florida FL - Film Festival Palm Beach International Event Coverage
  52. Your Entertainment Ticket search results: french film fest

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