Rachel Bailit is an alumni and faculty member at The Lee Strasberg Theatre and Film Institute where she has taught a variety of classes in both The Young Actor’s program and the adult program including: Method Acting, Production Class, Improvisation, Acting for Film & TV, Theater History, Solo Show Production class, and the Legacy class. Rachel is a Museum Educational Consultant for Affective and Physical Engagement with Art at The Getty Museum and teaches at Animation Studios. She performed her acclaimed one-woman show, “Sugar Happens”, directed by David Lee Strasberg, for five years in Los Angeles, including The Comedy Central Stage, and at St. Luke’s Theatre in New York City.v Rachel’s acting credits include Paramount’s Festival In Cannes directed by Henry Jaglom. She played alongside Jim Carrey in Ron Howard’s The Grinch Who Stole Christmas. Rachel has appeared in many television shows including The Conan O’Brien Show, Desperate Housewives, Jon Benjamin Has a Van, Tim and Eric’s Awesome Show, and the recurring role of Marissa in General Hospital.