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Rachel Lin

Rachel is an actor, writer, and producer based in Brooklyn who was born in the UK, and raised in New York City’s Chinatown. She has worked in theaters off-Broadway and regionally. World premieres include: Women by Chiara Atik, Fat Kids on Fire by Bekah Brunstetter, Ajax (NYT Critics’ Pick), and Mary-Kate Olsen is in Love by Mallery Avidon. She has developed work with artists & institutions like: Aaron Landsman, Elastic City, P.S. 122, Target Margin, William Burke, Riot Group, Tiny Little Band, and more. As a playwright, she has received residencies from All For One Theater, IRT Theater, the Hearth, Asian American Arts Alliance, Town Stages, Poco a Poco. She is a 2023 Brooklyn Arts Council grantee for her solo show: Dear John.

Rachel is a proud lifetime member of Ensemble Studio Theatre. TV work includes playing Detective Victoria Cho on Season 2 of NBC’s Law & Order: Organized Crime, and more recently appearing on Hulu’s Black Cake. Previously, she hosted Manhattan Theater Club’s Beyond the Stage podcast, alongside her own, Upstage Left, featuring intimate interviews with theater makers and friends. BFA, NYU Tisch.