Made her professional theatre debut at Israel Horovitz's Gloucester Stage Company's production of "Speaking Well of the Dead" with her mother, Jill Clayburgh. The following season, she returned to perform in "Proof", which also starred Jennifer Malloy.
Older sister of Michael Rabe.
Student at Northwestern University [February 2004]
Performing as "Portia" in Shakespeare in the Park's "The Merchant of Venice", with Al Pacino and Jesse L. Martin. [June 2010]
appearing in "Heartbreak House" for the Roundabout Theatre Company in New York City. [November 2006]
Preparing for her Broadway debut in "Steel Magnolias" - she's playing Annelle (Daryl Hannah's role in the movie version). [January 2005]
Personal Quotes (1)
I'm starting to watch Breaking Bad (2008) and my mind is being blown. It's just beyond, beyond, beyond. Bryan Cranston is one of those actors who doesn't shy away from ugliness, the truth, honesty. He's never making a choice where you feel, 'Oh, he's trying to be liked in some way.' And that is always the thing I want to watch.