Rachael Bell's Modeling Jobs, Acting Auditions and Additional Experience
I love to read. As a matter of fact I had the entire Twillight Series read by the time I was in the 3rd grade. I also play soccer and I have played since I was 5. I have made honor roll every year. This year one of my awards was the Duke Talent award, which is a scholastic award. I have a little brother named Abraham, which he annoys me sometimes but I love him dearly. I like being silly, going to sleepovers, and spending time with my family. When I was recognized for the Performing Arts in the gifted and talented program at my school I saw an opportunity. That opportunity was to have a chance to act, sing, and dance. Since that time I have been passionate about acting and take acting very seriously. Being part of the Drama Club and the Performing Arts program has allowed me to see what my potential is, being on stage in front of over 100 people does not bother me. I thrive on that, and that is what makes me want to further my abilities and talents. If you are interested you can contact me at 270-535-8729 or 606-802-3014. To email send it to email@example.com.
RACHAEL JADE BELL
What I love most about acting is that I can transform into anything and be anything that I wanna be.
July 2012 I was scouted by a company called ProScout at an open interview call in Bowling Green, KY. Doug Farr that interviewed me told me that I had alot of potential that he could see me going places and he would like to see me again.
Northern Middle School Drama Club 2012-Current
I am rehearsing a play at the moment with all grades up to 8th grade. The play is called "Dear Edwina Jr" and I play as Edwina's little sister Katie.I auditioned for the play and received the most lines for the entire 6th grade along with singing a song with a group.
Pulaski Elementary School Drama Club 2010-2012
I participated in 3 plays during that time. Those plays were "Peggy the Pint Size Pirate", "A Whooville Christmas" and "The Music Man"
"Peggy the Pint Size Pirate" I played a character that was not the lead however it was the moral to the story. I played as a seamonster whose father would capture pirates that would litter in the seas. From there my character became friends with the lead character and convinced "my father" to free the pirates if they promised to not litter.
"A Whooville Christmas" was a bit of a twist to classic. My character was a nerd that in my group of nerds we were in a talent contest and needless to say we won the contest. I had to dance and sing with a group, along I had a short solo singing part.
"The Music Man" I played as a snoody librarian. I sang with a group and had a choregraphed dance.
Awards, Recognitions, Acheivements:
Pulaski Elementary School 2011-2012
Performing Arts Award
Pulaski Elementary School 2010-2011
Performing Arts Award
2011-2012 I worked at the WPES news and I was a news correspondent. We gave the news in relation to what was going on in our school along with other seasonal and fun topics. We did record the news and students at my school would watch it. That experience enabled me to become comfortable with being in front of a camera along with doing all of the steps one has to take to get a job.
Acting has been my passion for a long time and I would love to get into the business. I can see myself being on any comedy as well as any drama.
2010 I was nominated to participate in the Gifted and Talented Program at my school. After several tests and projects I was found gifted and talented in the Performing Arts.