Rachael Carpani is best known for her role as Jodi Fountain in the Australian television series "McLeod’s Daughters," for which she was nominated for TV Week’s Logie Awards for both a Silver Logie: Most Popular Actress and the Gold Logie: Most Popular Personality on Television. Carpani also appeared in the feature films "Hating Alison Ashley" and the British film "Triangle," starring Melissa George and Liam Hemsworth.
In the United States, Carpani established herself on network television with the CBS pilot "Law Dogs" and a lead role in the CBS series "Cane." She has had a recurring role in the A&E series "The Glades," as well as numerous guest-starring roles on shows such as "NCIS: Los Angeles" and "True Blue."
Carpani is a native Australian who studied acting at Macquarie University. She also studied ballet for 10 years and is an avid surfer and equestrian. Carpani resides in Sydney, Australia.