URSULA PARKER

URSULA PARKER

Young Rachel

Born in New York City (2003) is an accomplished actress and a prodigious violinist. At the age of 5, she was approached by an acting agent and has since appeared in 14 movies (dramas, comedies, sci-fi, action and horror), 40 television episodes, many commercials, as well as a few theater productions on Broadway. She has been recognized for her dramatic roles and has been most notably praised for her comedic depiction of Jane in the Emmy winning series Louie. She has worked with an array of incredible actors including Nicole Kidman, Al Pacino, Tilda Swinton, Melissa McCarthy, Channing Tatum, Anna Paquin, Bryan Cranston, etc.

Ursula started playing the violin at age 3, and has since performed as a violinist at several concert venues, charity and fundraising events, as well as on TV and in films. She was 6 when she first performed as a soloist with an orchestra, 8 when she had her debut at Carnegie Hall, and 10 when she was the soloist with the Livingston Symphony Orchestra. After taking violin lessons with Nicole DiCecco, Ursula was accepted into Naoko Tanaka's private studio at Juilliard where she continues to study to this day. In addition to being a performer, Ursula is also a vehement computer programmer and an anti-childism advocate.