ABOUT RACHEAL OFORI
Racheal Ofori is an actor and writer who since graduating has worked in theatre, film, television and radio. 2016 saw Racheal perform in Kenneth Branagh's Romeo & Juliet at the Garrick Theatre, and reprise her hit one-woman show Portrait, produced by Fuel, at the Southbank Centre as part of the Women of the World Festival. The success of Portrait led to appearances on BBC2 and BBC Radio 4. In 2017, Racheal performed in Sam Pritchard’s Pygmalion a Headlong, Nuffield Southampton Theatres and West Yorkshire Playhouse co-production.
In early 2018, Racheal opened the tour of her new one woman show ‘So Many Reasons’ at the Camden People’s Theatre as part of the feminist festival ‘Calm Down, Dear’. She saw out the year playing Natalie, in the new Mike Bartlett's play; Snowflake.
Racheal also appears in TREADSTONE; the television spin off from the Jason Bourne film series.
She also featured in Jason Lei Howden’s new film GUNS AKIMBO in which she plays opposite Daniel Radcliffe. Other recent film credits include Kenneth Branagh’s ARTEMIS FOWL and Steven Spielberg’s READY PLAYER ONE. Recent television credits include Nida Manzoor’s ENTERPRICE for BBC, Simon Amstell’s feature length documentary Carnage for BBC iPlayer and Andrea Harkin’s Come Home for BBC.
Racheal was listed as one of The Guardians Theatre Stars of 2020 after starring in Inua Ellam's production of Three Sisters at the National Theatre.
Racheal sees in 2021 with a comic performance in Phil Bowker and Samson Kayo's SLICED. As well as the glorious production to reopen The Bridge Theatre this summer; BACH.