Rachel Boston

Autographs/Photo Ops/Panel

Rachel will be appearing Friday, Saturday and Sunday.

  • Autographs: $40

  • Selfie: $40

  • Combo Autograph/Selfie: $70

  • Professional Photo Ops: (Sale date TBD)

                 Solo: $60

      (Photo Op purchase includes a digital download)


  • Rachel will have a Q&A panel (Date and time TBD)

Autographs and Selfies will be cash only at artist’s table.

Professional Photo Ops will be on sale at a later date.

You must have a valid entrance ticket in order to redeem a photo op.


Born and raised on Signal Mountain, Tennessee, Rachel Boston got her start performing in local theater and at Opryland. At 17, she moved to New York City to pursue an acting career. Boston received a scholarship to study at New York University and later moved to Los Angeles to begin filming NBC’s award-winning television series “American Dreams.”


Most recently, Rachel starred in the indie comedy "I Hate Kids" along with Tom Everett Scott and Titus Burgess. The film opened in theaters in January 2019. She also guest starred on ABC's "The Good Doctor" as Antonia Thomas's college best friend in a fight to save her life.


Boston starred alongside Julia Ormond and Jenna Dewan-Tatum in the series “Witches of East End.” She was named one of TV Line’s “15 Fresh Faces of Fall” and TV Guide included her work as Ingrid Beauchamp on their "hot list," honoring the year's best characters and shows. 


For her starring role as Mindy in the independent feature "The Pill," Boston was honored with the Stargazer Award for most talented emerging actress at the Gen Art Film Festival in New York City, the Best Actress Award from the San Diego Film Festival, and the Emerging Artist Award from the Big Apple Film Festival. Filmed in Manhattan, "The Pill" also took home the Gen Art Film Festival Audience Award.


Boston appeared with Joseph Gordon-Levitt and Zooey Deschanel in the Golden Globe®-nominated film "500 Days of Summer," which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival. She co-starred alongside Matthew McConaughey and Jennifer Garner in the romantic comedy "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past."


Boston has executive produced and starred in several original television movies -- "Angel Falls" alongside Beau Bridges, "A Rose for Christmas,” “Stop the Wedding,” "A Ring by Spring," and "A Gift of Miracles" with Rita Moreno. Boston executive produced and starred in the indie feature "Black Marigolds," which reunited her with Noah Bean, her co-star from "The Pill."


Previously, Boston starred in the USA series "In Plain Sight" and in the CBS comedy series “The Ex List." Some of her guest-starring appearances include “Grey’s Anatomy,” “Curb Your Enthusiasm,” “ER,” “NCIS,” and "Rules of Engagement." Boston began her career in television on NBC's “American Dreams,” playing Beth Mason, the strong-willed girlfriend to J.J. Pryor (Will Estes). Set in the 1960s, Beth brought a wave of female independence and a voice of modern-day opinions as she laid the groundwork for ever-changing world issues, including equality for women.


Rachel loves to spontaneously travel, spend time on her friend's farm with an alpaca named Fable, and currently lives in Los Angeles.