Rachel Feinstein grew up outside Washington DC in the ruthless streets
of Bethesda, Maryland. She maintained a healthy, robust D- average in
school, while still finding time to mock and imitate her loved ones.
Rachel moved to New York city at age 17 to start her career as an
actress and slowly developed her character driven stand up act which her
mom refers to as her "Talent Show."
Rachel' s Comedy Central Presents stand up special is now airing. She
was also a finalist on Season 7's "Last Comic Standing" and was featured
on Russell Simmons, "Live at the El Ray", TBS's "Just for Laughs"
series and "Comics Unleashed."
Rachel has written for "The Onion" and has voiced various characters on
Adult Swim's "Venture Brothers", the animated Comedy Central web series,
"Samurai Love God" and Spike TV's "Battle Pope." She has also been seen
on E! And CNN's "Not Just Another Cable News Show.
Rachel also reviews hip hop as her Grandma based on a star of david
ratings system on comedycentral.com. You can hear the character, "Ice
Cold Rhoda", "The Original Gangster Grandma" interviewing Ginuwine and
Rhoda can be seen as VH1's hip hop correspondent on their new music
special, "The Winningest Winners of 2011" airing on Dec. 7th. Ice Cold
Rhoda is the only member of the AARP and the Illimunati.
International spots include "Montreal Comedy Festival", Scotland's
"Glasgow Comedy Festival", a TV show in Amsterdam that Rachel can't
remember the name of and a U.S. Military tour in Korea.