rACHELE brooke smith

As an actress and inspiring role model, Rachele Brooke Smith quickly made a name for herself in Hollywood. She has starred in a variety of films, television, and national ad campaigns, while continuing to expand her creative pursuits and spread her message of healthy living and positivity. 2016 was a big year for Rachele doing movies such as ‘The Nice Guys’ with Ryan Gosling and Russell Crowe; ‘Bomb City’ which depicts one of the most notorious hate crimes in U.S. history; in the independent gymnastics film ‘Chalk It Up’; and a lead role in ‘Cold Moon’ from the writer of ‘Beetlejuice’ and the ‘Nightmare Before Christmas’.

Rachele earned her degree in Psychology, when not acting or modeling Rachele is passionate about her cause, THE DISRUPTIVE MOVEMENT, active in humanitarian aid, and volunteers her time to organizations benefiting the homeless, women, and children in need. Rachele’s goal is to spread her philosophy of using the arts and athletics as therapy for life and has been traveling around the country doing motivational speaking engagements, teaching master classes in dance to kids and teens, and producing her motivational web show #BEDISRUPTIVE.

THE DISRUPTIVE MOVEMENT is Rachele’s mission to share messages on ways to stay healthy, live happy and to encourage others to believe in their personal power to make their dreams a reality. Weekly videos are produced featuring her behind the scenes as she goes after her dream of becoming an award winning actress, as well as providing dance and fitness tutorials. She aspires to be a positive role model for all those who have eyes on her.

In addition to her upcoming films, Rachele’s past filmography includes ‘Iron Man 2’, ‘Burlesque,’ as well as leading roles in ‘Center Stage: Turn It Up’, ‘Bring It On: Fight To The Finish’, and ‘Pop Star’.

On the small screen, Rachele recently appeared on Fox’s hit show ‘Scream Queens’ and later on this year, will be seen in Lifetime’s TV movie, ‘Center Stage: Dance Camp’. Additional TV credits include: Fox’s ‘Glee’, FX’s ‘Anger Management’, CBS ‘How I Met Your Mother’, HBO’s ‘Entourage’, and CBS’ ‘Two and a Half Men’.