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Born and raised in New York City, Rachel Matos began expressing herself through art and performance at a very young age. She attended art school to hone her skills as a portrait painter while taking acting classes, and since her arrival to LA in 2005, she has worked on dozens of films, commercials, and print ads. Rachel has studied at the Puerto ... See full bio »
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L.A. Proper
L.A. Proper Giselle Molina
X's & O's
X's & O's Gwen's Friend
Split Second
Split Second Clara Flores
A Step Toward Heaven


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 2011 Complex (Short)
 2010 Split Second
Clara Flores
 2009 Quinceanera Crashers (Short)
 2008 A Step Toward Heaven (Short)
 2007 L.A. Proper
Giselle Molina
 2007 X's & O's
Gwen's Friend
 2005 Third Watch (TV Series)
- Goodbye to Camelot (2005) ... Worker (uncredited)
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 2010 1,001 Ways to Enjoy the Missionary Position (the producers would like to thank)
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 2011 Art Recession (Documentary)
 2009 I Heart Hollywood (Documentary)
 2007 Date Night (TV Series)
- Fletch (2007) ... Herself

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Rachel Delilah Matos


5' 7" (1.7 m)

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Is Puerto Rican and Ecuadorian. See more »

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