Rachel Covey (born 15 June 1998) is an American actress, playwright, and composer.
She is known for her roles in the 2005 film Duane Hopwood alongside David Schwimmer and the 2007 Disney movie Enchanted alongside Patrick Dempsey and Amy Adams. For her role in the latter film, she received a nomination for “Young Actress Age Ten or Younger” at the 29th Young Artist Awards. Her first musical, Painting Faye Salvez, joined the New York Musical Festival (NYMF) in July, 2017.
Early Life and Career
Rachel Covey was born in New York, New York, United States on 15 June 1998. She graduated from The Dalton School in 2016 and Northwestern University in 2020.
In 2005, Covey appeared in the film Duane Hopwood as the daughter of David Schwimmer’s character.
In 2007, she appeared in the Disney movie Enchanted as Morgan Philip, the young daughter of Patrick Dempsey’s character. For Covey’s performance in the film, she received a nomination for “Young Actress Age Ten or Younger” at the 29th Young Artist Awards, but lost to Bailee Madison from Bridge to Terabithia.
In 2014, Covey joined the cast of the Radio City Spectacular, Heart and Lights, though the production was delayed and subsequently rewritten.
In 2016, Covey filmed an episode of ABC’s What Would You Do?, cast as a teenager bullied by her peers.
Painting Faye Salvez, a full-length musical written and scored by Covey, joined the New York Musical Festival (NYMF)’s 2017 Festival. Covey was also listed in Playbill’s “11 Women Creatives You Need to Know at NYMF This Year.
Rachel Covey is currently single and not in an open relationship for now. Rachel Covey is also not married.
Rachel Covey’s net worth as of 2022 is estimated at around $450, 000 – $800, 000.
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