Rachel Hilson is an actor, a writer, a dancer, and a proud alumna of the theatre program at The Baltimore School for the Arts and NYU. As a sophomore at BSA, she was cast in a recurring role on The Good Wife. Rachel went on to attend The Gallatin School of Individualized Study at New York University. She graduated with a concentration in Writing and Performing Race. This work involved writing and producing three original plays and researching societal norms that have impacted and limited roles for actors of color.

While still in school, Rachel starred in the Lionsgate feature, Kings, alongside Halle Berry and Daniel Craig. The film is about the Los Angeles race riots set in the days leading up to the official verdict of the Rodney King trial. She plays ‘Nicole’, a troubled teen from South Central L.A., with Berry playing her foster mother. Rachel also heavily recurred on NBC’s musical drama, Rise, where she got to utilize her background in dance.

Currently, Rachel stars as ‘Mia’ in Hulu’s series Love, Victor. The series is inspired by the praised 2018 movie based on Becky Albertali’s New York Times bestselling novel. Rachel also recurs on the hit series This is Us for NBC. She plays the young version of ‘Beth’ often working opposite Phylicia Rashad. She has become an instant fan favorite as her storyline explores how ‘Beth’ and ‘Randall’ met in the early days of their relationship. She is currently filming a recurring role on the Untitled Lakers series for HBO that follows the personal and professional lives of the 1980’s Lakers.

Rachel recently moved from New York to Los Angeles

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