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In 2022 Rachael surprised Trek viewers when she reappeared as the fan favourite Commander Nhan in season 4 of Star Trek Discovery following seasons 2 and 3 playing the one-time red shirt turned Discovery's Security Chief. She also appeared as a Guest Star in Hudson and Rex alongside John Reardon and the very lovely Diesel- aka Rex

In 2021, Rachael joined the team of Nurses for their second season, airing on GlobalTV.

In 2019/20, she was a Recurring Guest Star in the final season of the well-loved sci-fi show Killjoys playing Warden Rennika, and appeared as a regular in the final season of Mary Kills People, playing the joyful yet terminal patient, Lucy Oliviera. She also had the pleasure of playing the comically dramatic Camille DeMello on an episode of Carter with Jerry O'Connell.

In 2018, she was a Guest Star in Dark Matter and returned for several episodes as the evil twin "Gretta" to the well-received "Blacksmith" on Wynonna Earp.

Prior to that, Rachael completed a fantastic run of ten episodes in the second season of The Art of More starring Dennis Quaid, Christian Cook, Cary Elwes, and Kate Bosworth. She can be seen in the feature film, Special Correspondents with Ricky Gervais and Eric Bana, and is also a recurring character in NBC's Heroes Reborn.

Following her success in Season 4 and 5, Rachael returned as Marlo Cruz, a police officer suffering from bipolar disorder, on ABC and Global TV's hit show, Rookie Blue in Season 6.

Rachael's other appearances include playing Paramedic Mills in the Bravo short Siren, Terri Price, a recurring character on CTV's series Played, and on CBC's Republic of Doyle as Lisa Younghusband. Other work includes Claire in the feature film Tru Love, Sgt. Erin White on CTV's The Listener, and undercover cop Charlene Francis, on Showcase's series, King.