American actress, model, businesswoman, and media and television personality Rachel Matthews rose to fame in 2007 after being cast in Christopher Landon’s films Happy Death Day and Happy Death Day 2U. In March 2020, the Frozen 2 actress was tested positive for coronavirus (COVID-19). With this content, read more on Rachel’s biography, age, affairs, quotes, net worth, body measurement, family, birthday, and movies.
Rachel Matthews biography Real Name – Rachel Lynn Matthews (Nickname – Rachel ) Birthday – October Age – 26 years Birth Place – Los Angeles, California, United States Date of Birth – 25 October 1993 Debut Movie – Happy Death Day (2017) Famous For – Starring in Happy Death Day 2U and Happy Death Day Ethnicity – White Nationality – American Profession – Actor Religion – Christian Sun sign – Scorpio Website – Rachel Matthews height, weight, and body measurement
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Height – 159 cm in centimeters, 1.59 m in meter and 5’3” inches in feet Weight – 52 kg in kilograms and 115 lbs in pounds Cup Size – B Body Measurements – 34-25-34 Bra Size – 32 inches Breast Size – 34 inches (86cm) Waist Size – 25 inches (63cm) Hip Size – 34 inches (86cm) Shoe Size – 7 (US) or 5 (UK) Hair Color –Brown (Natural) Eye Color – Hazel Body Type – Hourglass Sexuality – Straight Tatoo – No Rachel Matthews qualification/education School – N/A College – New York University Degree – N/A Rachel Matthews family Rachel Matthews affairs/dating (relationship status) Marital Status – Unmarried Affair(s) – N/A Rachel Matthews Instagram pictures Rachel Matthews latest news Hollywood actress Rachel tested positive for COVID Rachel Matthews net worth
Rachel Matthews movies/filmography 2017 – Happy Death Day as Danielle Bouseman 2019 – Happy Death Day 2U as Danielle Bouseman, Ms. White Light, and Frozen II Rachel Matthews television shows
2019 – Batwoman as Margot Pyle / Magpie and
Looking for Alaska as Fiona Rachel interview/personal quotes
On being a part of Frozen 2
“I had a little bit of a different experience. I had never done [sic] voiceober. Here I am, talking about voiceover and I can’t even speak. I’d never done voiceover before, and I never had a voiceover audition. It’s kind of a long story, but long story short: my team ended up getting Jamie on the phone, the casting
director, in regards to another client and found out she was casting Frozen 2. Thankfully thought of me and one other person, sent out stuff over. She said yes to me, and I got an audition that following week.
And I’m a massive fan of the first one, so I was beside myself. But in no way, shape or form thought that like this would be something I can actually book. I saw that I had to do a David Mamet monologue and then sing a song. Yes, I was like, “Alright, Disney. You’re not messing around.”
On playing the villain?
“I loved being able to play the antagonist. It’s fun to come in and stir the pot to test Batwoman’s strength and resolve. Every time Batwoman and Magpie meet the stakes are extremely high, so the action and energy on set was such a thrill. This was my first opportunity to do most of my own stunts and fight choreography which I hope to do more often!
It’s great to be able to say that I’ve enjoyed every project I’ve been involved in so far. I feel extremely lucky. Batwoman didn’t feel like work because it was so much fun. I love playing female characters that can stand on their own within a project, as opposed to only acting as a support for the male narrative.”
Actress Camila Mendes and musician Maggie Rogers are Rachel’s college friends.