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Rachelle Neal Copyright © 2017 |

A NAACP Humanitarian award recipient, well-rounded performer, and superstar; Rachelle Neal is becoming one of the most recognizable and sought after faces in the Entertainment Industry. She is multifaceted, draws people in with her personality, and enlightens others that are in her presence, while surprising you with her scholastic achievements. This combination of great attributes helps put Rachelle Neal on another level amongst her peers in this Industry.

Rachelle was born in the state of North Carolina, but her dreams would take her outside of her state lines. She began performing at the young age. Her beauty radiates when she is put on the stage, and this was proven true when she began to win local beauty pageants. Although she was born in a town called, Eden, she was never tempted by the Forbidden Fruits that the world had to offer.

While becoming a home-town celebrity, Rachelle enrolled at North Carolina Agricultural & Technical State University majoring in Business Management and Entrepreneurship. The spotlight was calling for her presence, but her education demanded her attention. She remained disciplined and cultured while polishing her entertaining talents. Rachelle Neal graduated Summa Cum Laude, and was well-prepared for what the Entertainment Industry had to offer.

Her success was rapid and consistent as she began this new journey in her life. During the early 2000's Neal appeared on stage starring in "Every Good Man Ain’t Gone” with Jackee Harry, and “Speak I am listening”. Soon after, she moved to Atlanta, GA and immediately began landing numerous roles in indie features including a starring role in "The Anatomy of Love" distributed by Maverick. While she waited on her next movie role, Rachelle, who is not a stranger to the world of modeling, graced the pages of Upscale Magazine becoming one of the fcaes for Bronner Brothers, Lusters, Creme of Nature, and Dudley's Cosmetics appearing on the packaging as well as in multiple media outlets. Neal then took on voiceover on BET'S Lets Stay Together and radio spots for Apollo Live. With her profile rising, Rachelle Neal then landed a role on “Big Momma’s (Like Father Like Son)”, The Eugenist”, and a GMC origional TV movie “Somebody’s Child” where she played a younger Lynn Whitfield. While keeping busy with films, Neal managed to find even more television success co-starring in Tyler Perry's "Meet the Browns" ,“The Game” , BET’S “Lets Stay Together”, and Tyler Perry's "For Better or Worse". Then came a role in the VH1 biopic "CRAZYSEXYCOOL" The TLC Story where she played opposite Keke Palmer.

2015 is already looking bright for her with two movies, "Bad Apple", and Tri Destined Studios "No More Mr. Nice Guy" set for early release. Rachelle is the prototype of beauty, talent, and brains. Her resume shows her versatility, and she takes direction very well no matter what stage you put her on. She is a superstar that remains devoted to excellence, consistency, and she is undeniably gifted. Rachelle Neal’s talents and characteristics will continue to keep her above everyone else in the Entertainment Industry. She is a quadruple threat, and she is not done yet!

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