Born In: Mead, Colorado
Rachel Crow is an American singer and actor. She garnered nationwide fame after participating in the American version of the show The X Factor. Although she did not win the show, she turned out to be one of the most popular participants on the show. She was eliminated from the show toward its end, after which she got in touch with Nickelodeon, which had previously expressed its desire to work with her. Soon, she signed with Nickelodeon and starred in a number of TV series and films, which helped her become a famous teen icon. In 2012, Rachel Crow announced that she had signed a music deal with Columbia Records, and released her first EP in June that year. She was praised for her vocal skills, and critics proclaimed that she was destined to rule the industry. Her TV performances include her roles in Big Time Rush and Fred: The Show. In 2016, she was cast as one of the leading characters in the series Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh. Her film roles include her performances in Invisible Sister and Deidra and Laney Rob a Train.
Also Known As: Rachel Kelly Crow
father: Kelly Crow
mother: Barbara Crow
Born Country: United States
U.S. State: Colorado
Rachel Crow was born on January 23, 1998, in Colorado, US, to Kelly and Barbara. Rachel started developing an interest in music at the tender age of 3. Rumors claimed that she was adopted by Kelly and Barbara. However, such rumors have not been proved.
According to her parents, she started singing soon after she spoke her first words. This early interest led her to become increasingly inspired by the mainstream Hollywood lifestyle. Although singing was always her first career choice, she focused on her acting abilities too and performed in many plays during her elementary school days.
She started performing live at the age of 6 and exhibited incredible self-confidence, which also helped her when she auditioned for TV roles at the age of 7.
Although she was mostly rejected in the auditions, she did face the camera with the series In from the Night and Three Wise Guys. In 2010, she appeared in a minor role in the TV movie Pizza & Karaoke.
Rachel Crow’s major career breakthrough happened in the year 2011, when the American version of The X Factor debuted on TV. She performed the song Mercy in her audition which was loved by the judges as well as the audience. This early impression on the judges was expected to earn her sure-shot success in the show.
Rachel Crow performed beautifully during the early stages. However, she finally succumbed to pressure and was eliminated toward the end of the show. She was ranked 5th overall.
The loss did not hurt Rachel that much, as her scintillating performances and enigmatic screen presence had already made her a national star.
Soon after her ouster from the show, she announced that she had signed with Columbia Records and that she would soon be releasing her debut EP, which would contain five songs. She also co-wrote one of the songs in the album.
Rachel Crow also announced that she had signed a deal with Nickelodeon, a kids’ entertainment channel. Apart from that, she was part of the 2012 Summer Tour of the band Big Time Rush and acted in the TV series Fred: The Show.
In June 2012, Rachel Crow’s Twitter handle announced that the work on her album was almost complete and that it would be released by the end of the month. To her ardent fans’ joy, the EP titled Rachel Crow was released on June 26, 2012.
The EP contained five songs and became an instant hit with the audiences and critics. One of the singles from the album, Mean Girls, was particularly liked by her fans. The song was co-written by Rachel. For all the other songs, she relied on different music producers and writers.
The album released to a thunderous response from critics, with many of them calling it an “inspirational and passionate piece of work.”
Rachel Crow earned the honor of Elvin Duran’s Artist of the Month and performed the single Dime on the Today Show on NBC.
Apart from her singing abilities, she is also known for her acting talent. As she had already faced the camera before becoming popular, she had no problem transitioning to bigger roles. In 2012, she played the role of Winnie in an episode of Big Time Rush and followed it up with a recurring appearance in Fred: The Show.
By 2014, she had already made her big-screen debut with the film Rio 2, where she lent her voice to the character of Carla. She eventually made her big-screen acting debut with the film Invisible Sister, where she played Nikki, the best friend of the female lead, Molly.
Rachel Crow then appeared in the Netflix film Deidra and Laney Rob a Train, where she played the titular role of Laney. The film was a critical success and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival, where it was highly appreciated.
In 2013, she appeared in an episode of the successful comedy series The Office and played a major role in the series Figure It Out. She then became a part of the cartoon series Home: Adventures with Tip and Oh, where she voiced the titular character Tip.
In late 2017, it was announced that Rachel Crow will be seen in Bumblebee: The Movie, a spin-off of the Transformers film series.
Rachel Crow is very close to her younger sister.
Rachel is highly secretive and does not like to talk about her relationships.