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Rachel Quinn is an American actress and dancer. Raised in Los Angeles, she began her career with roles in a variety of stage productions, commercials, industrial videos, and student films. Quinn is best known for portraying Callie in Yusuf Sumer's short comedy film Kaka Nirvana (2010), in which she co-starred with Karan Soni. Her first ... See full bio »

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Megan Is Missing Megan Stewart
(2011)
(2013)
Kaka Nirvana Callie
(2010)
(2013)

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 2016 The Secret Pole Dance Studio: Promo (Short)
Dancer
 2013 Squaresville (TV Series)
Gwen
- Party Mania (2013) ... Gwen
 2013 The Hands You Shake
Shelly
 2012 Tea Time: Alice in Wonderland (Video short)
Mad Hatter
 2011 Buckley (TV Movie)
Rachel
 2011 Megan Is Missing
Megan Stewart
 2010 Kaka Nirvana (Short)
Callie
 2008 A Bright Past (Short)
Lilly

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She acted in Gene DePaul's musical revue, "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers," at the Circle Theatre in Chicago, Illinois. Kevin Bellie was choreographer.
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She was nominated for a 2008 Joseph Jefferson Award Citation for Actress in a Principal Role in a Musical or Revue for "Seven Brides for Seven Brothers" at the Circle Theatre in Chicago, Illinois.

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