Rachel Zients Schinderman is originally from New York City, but has been living in Los Angeles since 1996. In LA, she has been an actress, a waitress, a student and a TV producer. Now, she is a mom and a teacher. She wrote The Mommie Brain column for The Santa Monica Daily Press for two years and is the creator of the writing groups for Moms also called Mommie Brain. Besides working on the TV show Blind Date, her minor claim to fame is her mother, Eileen Douglas, wrote a children’s book about her called Rachel and the Upside Down Heart. She lives in Culver City, CA with her husband and two sons.
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