Rachel Crow Is 'Perfect' For Disney — Casting Director & Talent Manager Agree

Mon, December 12, 2011 9:12pm EDT by 30 Comments
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HollywoodLife.com consulted with a casting director and a talent manager, who both agree: Rachel Crow needs to be on the small screen!

When Rachel Crow was unexpectedly eliminated from The X Factor last week, America was furious. HollywoodLifers alone left more than 700 comments freaking out about the situation. Luckily, Rachel, 13, isn’t going anywhere — in fact, Hollywood insiders tell us they see her on Disney — or Nickelodeon — in the very near future.

“Her charismatic personality, confidence, adorable look and wonderful voice — that all is something that works wonders ‘in front of the camera,’” casting director Andrea Rueda said. “Rachel has a professional outlook on things that is beyond her years, a seriously great maturity for a 13-year old and it would seem easy that she would be directed and work well with those that work behind the camera.”

As we told you, Rachel has an upcoming meeting with Disney execs, in which they plan on discussing movies, TV and radio opportunities for the outgoing and talented starlet.

HollywoodLife.com also consulted with Mary Sanders — a leading talent manager and owner of InMomentum Talent Management in Los Angeles — who agreed Rachel is perfect for the small screen, but suggested she start out in an ensemble cast, rather than carrying her own show.

“She may not be ready to take the lead in a show right now, but could definitely hone her acting chops and build a strong fan base to take the lead of a good Disney show eventually,” Sanders explained.

She added, “I really like this kid and I am hoping to see great things in her future.”

Do YOU think Rachel is perfect for Disney? Would you watch her show? Sound off below!

Reporting by Russ Weakland & Kirstin Benson

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