Welcome to the official website of Rachel Sternberg, a professional actress based in London.
Rachel graduated from Drama Studio London in 2002, though her acting career began years earlier when, aged 15, she was accepted by the National Youth Theatre and trained under director Orit Azaz. Whilst studying for her English degree at Cambridge she also appeared in numerous productions.
Rachel has a particular passion for devising new work and being involved in physical theatre productions. She has regularly worked with the acclaimed Activated Image theatre company, including being part of their six-strong ensemble in the Fringe First nominated Amy Evans’ Strike at the Edinburgh Fringe and The Courtyard, Covent Garden. She has also been involved in devising and script development work with Wonderful Beast Theatre Company, Forbidden Theatre Company, Maya Productions and Woven Theatre Company.
Rachel is recording the voice of Hermione Granger in the upcoming video game of Harry Potter and the Half Blood Prince for EA Games.
Rachel is narrating Oranges in No Man's Land by Elisabeth Laird, a story told through the eyes of a ten-year-old Lebanese girl, for Listening Books.
Rachel will be voicing several young characters for Listening Books
She is also currently writing a script called Negative Space with author Jemma Wayne.
You can now hear a selection of Rachel's voice work on the Showreel page.
Performance dates for the extended version of The Better Deal have now been confirmed as follows:
Additionally, Rachel is voicing dyslexic teenager, Louisa, in The Teenager's Guide to Dyslexia and several GCSE students in Letts Revise English guides, both for Listening Books. She will also be filming an advert for The National Autistic Society, with production company Mystic Monkey.
Rachel is playing 18-year-old NVQ student, Debbie, in an interactive learning CD-ROM for learndirect. She is also starting rehearsals for an extended version of The Better Deal to be performed in November and December.
Rachel is recording an audio book, Bullies, Big Mouths, So-called Friends and You, for Listening Books.