Joe Towne with Rachel True
About This Episode
Joe chats with actress, artist and author Rachel True about her time working alongside some of Hollywood’s biggest actors, directors and writers and her path to being a published author. They explore what growing up in New York’s East Village taught her about self-belief, the invitation to entertain ourselves while in isolation and the value in developing and honoring our intuition. Together they talk about her journey from standing in on the number one show on television to starring as iconic characters on screens big and small as well as going through the rigorous process of testing to be the lead in your own sitcom. Ultimately, they get real about the importance of seeing color, how the words we hear as children shape our sense of self and the wisdom of Gene Roddenberry & his vision for our future.
About Rachel True
Rachel True is an American actress and model who has appeared in numerous hit and cult films including: The Craft, Half Baked, CB4 and Greg Araki’s Nowhere which premiered at Sundance Film Festival.
On Television, she has appeared on: The Cosby Show, Getting By, Family Matters, 90210, Boston Common, Providence and Dawsons Creek.
She’s recurred on some of the top shows of the last few decades: Fresh Prince of Bel Air, Dream On, the Drew Carey Show, Once and Again, and Better Things.
Rachel was also the lead on the TV show Half & Half, for which she was nominated for an NAACP award.
As an author, she has written True Heart Tarot.
She has co-hosted over 100 episodes of the podcast Quoting Gene Roddenberry.
Most recently she can be seen in Shudder’s HORROR NOIRE Anthology with Malcolm Barrett.
And the upcoming horror drama Agnes.
RACHEL TRUE: IMDB