Rachel Chagall is an actress who was born Rachel Levin on November 24, 1952. She chose to be billed as Rachel Chagall because there was already another Rachel Levin in the industry. Chagall is Jewish.
Chagall is undoubtedly best known for her role as the dimwitted sidekick, Val Toriello, on the hit series The Nanny, which starred Fran Drescher, during the 90s.
Chagall also has guest starred in the shows Just Shoot Me! and Strong Medicine. Under her birth name, Chagall appeared in Gaby: A True Story (1987) in the title role as Gabriela Brimmer and White Palace (1990) in the role of Rachel. Chagall also appeared as an abortion activist in The Last Supper (1995).
White Palace is a 1990 film about an unlikely romance, set in St. Louis, Missouri, based on a novel of the same title by the late Glenn Savan (who also appeared in the film as an extra), directed by Luis Mandoki from a screenplay by Ted Tally and Alvin Sargent. It stars James Spader as Max Baron, a 27-year-old widower who falls in love with Nora Baker, a 43-year-old waitress played by Susan Sarandon. The romance also crosses class lines, as Max is a well-to-do businessman whereas Nora works at a restaurant called "White Palace". The original music score is composed by George Fenton. The film is marketed with the tagline "The story of a younger man, and a bolder woman."The name was originally to have been The White Castle, and the novel even makes reference to a specific real White Castle location at the intersection of S. Grand Blvd. and Gravois Ave. in south St. Louis, but the chain refused permission to use its trademarked name in either the novel or the film, and also refused..., http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0103251