Rachel Kamath

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Rachel Kamath is an Australian actress of Indian origin, based in Melbourne. She studied at Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre in Los Angeles. Her credits include the independent feature film The Taverna (2019), the TV series Jack Irish Season 2 (2018) , and the US short film, Please Don't Call the Cops (2017). She is also a trained ... See full bio »

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Best Before Surabhi
(2014)
The Water Stinger Overseas student
(2014)
(2015)
The Taverna Jamila
(2019)

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 2019 Agender (Short) (completed)
2 Fingers
 2014 The Water Stinger (completed)
Overseas student
 2020 Ek Din (Short)
Ashmitha
 2019 The Taverna
Jamila
 2018 Jack Irish (TV Series)
Shakti Naidu
- Episode #2.4 (2018) ... Shakti Naidu
- Episode #2.2 (2018) ... Shakti Naidu
- Episode #2.1 (2018) ... Shakti Naidu
 2017 Please Don't Call the Cops (Short)
Maya
 2017 Ananas Comosus (Short)
 2017 Frenchman's Flat (Short)
Veronica
 2016 A Financial Engagement (Short)
Tia
 2015 Destiny Of Me
Nurse
 2014 Utopia (TV Series)
Rahjee
- Very Fast Turnover (2014) ... Rahjee
 2014/I Best Before (Short)
Surabhi
 2013 Magnetism (Short)
Indian Cafe Waitress
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 2017 Swing (TV Series) (production assistant - 8 episodes)
- The Engagement Party Part 2 (2017) ... (production assistant)
- Hanks and Neruda (2017) ... (production assistant)
- Moving Day (2017) ... (production assistant)
- Newcomers (2017) ... (production assistant)
- A Change of Plans (2017) ... (production assistant)

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