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         Rachel Grubb is an actress and aspiring filmmaker from Minneapolis, MN. She won the Best Breakthrough Screenplay award at the New York International Independent Film And Video Festival for her first feature length script. Her interest in film led her to begin taking acting classes and auditioning for films in the Twin Cities area. She has acted in independent horror films, such as, "Doomed To Consume," "The Monster Of Phantom Lake," "Harrowville," "Horror House," "Unholy Reunion," and "Health Freaks." More recently, she played a dual role in Haunted Autumn Productions' "Tales Of The Dead," and Hagra, lead huntress of the evil Liak tribe, in Shadow Creek Studios' "Cave Women On Mars." She will also be appearing in Dav Kaufman's "13 Hours In A Warehouse." And next year, she will be playing one of the title roles in JP Wenner's, "The Spooner Sisters." She will soon be directing her first feature film, "Why Am I In A Box?" from Silent-But-Deadly Productions.

"There's a way out of this game. Kill yourselves together, here, now. If you can't do that, then don't trust anyone... just run."
                   - Battle Royale





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