Rachel Galvin was interviewed on Morning Coffee with Jeff Fuller about her experiences in the acting world and her book, “Basics of the Biz.”
Rachel Galvin was recently in a TV pilot “sizzle” as a Jewish New Yorker a.k.a Boca babe. More info. to come.
On May 23, Rachel Galvin was interviewed by Evan Golden on his podcast “Talk Golden to Me” about the acting industry, her acting book, “Basics of the Biz,” film, TV, and other topics like the tragedy at Marjory Stoneman Douglas, and more.
Rachel Galvin is happy to announce she has been cast in the TV pilot “Aging in Place” written by Karen Donahue and to be directed by Alyn Darnay. It is slated to begin filming in July. Galvin will play the role of Lulu. This is not the first time she has worked with Donahue or Darnay and she also has worked with many of the cast members in the past.
Rachel Galvin is excited to be cast in two roles (Vera and Katherine) for a unique theatrical production entitled “Into the Stretch.” This production is comprised of an ensemble cast, including Alexander Marante, Andrew Brown, Olga Omvatii Gavrilenko. The piece is written and directed by Jefferson and will be shown at Actor’s Cultural Theatre in Ft. Lauderdale in March 2019.
in the film.
“I have known Alex for a long time and am looking forward to finally working with him!” said Galvin, who is also excited to be working with the rest of the great cast and crew!
Find out more on the movie’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheDrivenTheMovie/ or on their IMDB: https://www.imdb.com/title/tt8407678/?ref_=fn_al_tt_1
Actress Rachel Galvin is proud to announce she is currently in a production of “Watchful Eyes Part 1,” directed by Jefferson. She plays a woman caught between worlds, trying to avoid going back into the void from whence she came and hopes to get back into her past, but the “transfer” has a firm grip on her. Galvin portrays essentially three characters and is the only actress on stage, interacting with voices, created by Daniel Jackson. At this time, she will be performing in two very intimate performances in Delray. The first has a date of August 25. The second is yet to be announced. More public performances will also be announced soon.
Rachel Galvin is excited to be cast in the low budget indie film “Temple of Joy” and join directors Troy Bernier and Eric Swain as well as the entire Ginungagap Filmwerks family once again. Rachel worked with the Gin Film alumni before in a music video called “Time to Sacrifice” for their film “Planet X: The Frozen Moon.”
Photo of Rachel Galvin on set for “Time to Go, the Sacrifice.”
“Temple of Joy” is a sci-fi film about time travel and was shot in location in faraway locales like Spain in addition to right here in South Florida. They are currently seeking funding through Kickstarter. Support their campaign by going to their website. (Plus you can see their post about adding Rachel to the team) http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/687737279/the-temple-of-joy/posts.
Rachel Galvin is looking forward to being a part of Jose Prendes’ “The Haunting of Whaley House.” Galvin has been anxious to work with Prendes for quite some time ever since she found out some of her friends were in his film “Corpses Are Forever.” Since she lives in Florida and the production is taking place in Los Angeles, instead of flying to LA, he devised a plan for her to be a part of the film while still in Florida. She will play the 9-11 operator. She has been an operator before and also has done many voice over roles.