Rachel made a brief appearance in the Showtime comedy-drama series Kidding in March. The series stars Jim Carrey and Judy Greer and Rachel’s episode – The Puppet Dalai Lama – was the finale of the second season. Screencaptures are now in our gallery.
Today, Saturday 9th May, is Rachel Boston’s 38th birthday. I’d like to take a moment to wish her a lovely, happy birthday, despite quarantines and lockdowns that are being experienced worldwide.
I first started this fansite at www.rachel-boston.org in 2014, but when I needed to change hosts, I lost all my content. I rebuilt the site in 2017 – and have just moved to the domain www.rachel-boston.com. Rachel is gracious enough to follow the website’s Twitter account and often likes the tweets – and this is something that never fails to make me smile. You will also notice I put yet another new layout up on the website a few days ago. I wanted something simple and easy to navigate so that I can add more exciting features soon.
Thank you, dear Rachel, for inspiring me to do the things that I love. Thank you for your infectious enthusiasm for life and for entertaining many fans all over the world with your film and TV roles. I hope to see you on screen for many years to come and I hope to still be updating this website for that time.
May you have a wonderful day. x
Rachel recently appeared in three episodes of SEAL Team. Screencaptures of the episodes she has appeared in will be added soon. Stills from the first episode, Drawdown, are now in the gallery. The episode description is as follows:
DRAWDOWN (April 1st): As Bravo Team begins their deployment in Afghanistan during peace negotiations, Sonny reports to an Air Force base in Texas to serve his disciplinary training action, where he gets reacquainted with Hannah (Rachel Boston), a childhood friend.