As an accomplished stage and film actress and President of Grate Artists, Inc., Rachel Grate has been entertaining Los Angeles audiences for the majority of her life. She's best known for playing Beth Novelli in the CBS drama First Monday alongside Joe Mantegna and Linda Purl. Grate was nominated for a Young Artist Award for her guest star performance in the television series ER, and was featured on many other television shows, including MADtv, Mr. Show, and Judging Amy. Since graduating from UC Irvine with Honors in Acting, Rachel has guest starred on NCIS, NCIS: Los Angeles, The Secret Life of the American Teenager, The Young and the Restless, and Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. Films include Camilla Dickinson, Modern Problems, Norm of the North, and Shoot the Moon, for which she won best supporting actress at the Rome International Film Festival. She was an executive producer on the feature Sugar directed by Rotimi Rainwater, a film that aims to raise awareness about the youth Homeless crisis in America. Rachel also works with Cooking with Gabby, a non-profit organization that teaches children the importance of eating healthfully and exercising. You can see Rachel on your television in several high-profile commercials, including an long-running Allstate spot with Dennis Haysbert and as Annie the social media intern in Jack in the Box's popular ad campaign. She has been active in the Theater in Los Angeles, and was most recently nominated for an LA Stage Alliance Ovation Award for her performance as Rebellious Kay in The Pliant Girls. Her company, Grate Artists, inc. produced the January 2015 run of The Pliant Girls at the Colony Theatre in Burbank.