Rachel Giana Fox is an American actress, voice actress and singer best known for playing Kayla Huntington Scavo in the ABC television series Desperate Housewives.
Rachel landed her first major role as, Kayla Huntington Scavo, on the ABC series Desperate Housewives. The recurring guest star role was then turned into a series regular stint which lasted for multiple seasons.
Rachel later began working in film on her first feature, independent film ‘Spork,’ which debuted at Tribeca and showed at BFI’s London Film Festival, receiving critical acclaim and distribution through Netflix. Later, she was cast to play Naomi Watt’s daughter in NBC Universal’s psychological-thriller Dream House starring Daniel Craig. The film was directed by Academy Award-nominated writer and director Jim Sheridan.
Rachel guested on episodes of CSI: Cyber with Patricia Arquette, on ABC’s Private Practice and completed two films with indie production house The Asylum. The second film received distribution on The Lifetime Network and was a modernized version of Emily Bronte’s “Wuthering Heights”. Rachel was cast to play Jill Lipschitz for the film Jewtopia, where she played as the daughter of Rita Wilson and Jon Lovitz.
Aside from dramatic film and series roles, Rachel also has worked on multi-camera sitcom projects including CBS’s Vince Uncensored, directed by Kelsey Grammer. She’s worked in recurring roles on shows like ABC Family’s Melissa & Joey, CBS’s The New Adventures Of Old Christine, iCarly, That’s So Raven and others. When she turned 18, Rachel took a hiatus from pursuing roles in film and TV after working in Los Angeles for over 10 years. Since then, she’s returned to the industry to continue her work as an LA-based actress.