Rachel Miner

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  • Home Alone Star Culkin A Real Party Monster
    Elites TV, United States -
    ... Culkin decided to take a break from movie's, but stayed in the gossip rags in 1998 after marrying up-and-coming young starlet Rachel Miner. ...
  • Runners improve at Nixa
    Carthage Press, MO -
    ... Rachel Sneddon was fifth overall at the meet, finishing in 21:17. Jacquee Lee was 11th with a time of 21:39, while Jessica Miner was 18th with a time of 22:19. ...
    Glasgow Daily Record, UK -
    ... dealer. His life was also troubled by family disputes and the failure of his marriage at just 18 to actress Rachel Miner. The couple ...
  • NU tennis steamrolls Yuba City, 8-1
    Nevada City Union, CA -
    ... In doubles, the NU's No. 1 team of Emily Ramsey and Stephanie Brummett won, as did No. 2 Whitney Giles and Rachel Burton. The Miner No. ...
  • Home Alone star Culkin arrested on drug charges
    The Scotsman, UK -
    ... At the age of 17 he married actress Rachel Miner, and was quickly divorced. But his teenage years were dominated by court battles ...
Rachel Miner (born July 29, 1980) in New York City is a Broadway, film and television actress. A third generation Miner in show business, she is the daughter of Director/Teacher Peter Miner and the granddaughter of Director/Producer Worthington Miner and actress Frances Fuller. She is also the former wife of former child star Macaulay Culkin.

Rachel's television credits include Vickie in (1990), Michelle Bauer on Guiding Light (1990-1995) and a guest starring role as Laurel in the Sex and the City episode, Twenty-something Girls vs. Thirty-something Women (1999).

Some of her theatre credits are Jennifer in Laura Cahill's Naked Faith: The Way at Naked Angels in New York (1994), Margo in The Diary of Anne Frank on Broadway (1997), Rivkele in Donald Margulies' adaptation of Sholem Asch's God of Vengeance at ACT in Seattle (2000), Sandy in Rebecca Gilman's Blue Surge at the Goodman Theatre in Chicago (2001) and at The Public Theatre in New York (2002).

Her film credits include young Alice in Woody Allen's Alice (1990), Patty in Frank Whaley's Joe the King (1997), Lisa Connelly in Larry Clark's Bully (2001), Jade in The Guy in Row Five (2004), Eva in Frank E.Flowers' Haven (2004), and a role in Jefery Levy's Rabbi (2004).

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