Rai began her career at the tender age of 5, after many years of training she was then awarded a full scholarship at the prestigious Urdang Academy in London. This training led her to a very successful dance career performing in musicals such as West Side Story, A Chorus line and at the Olympics Closing ceremony, choreographing and dancing for the likes of: Katy Perry, Pink, Ellie Goulding, LMFAO, Iggy Azalea and JessieJ to name a few. She had the pleasure of working on Film and Tv projects in the U.K. such as Legend with Tom Hardy, Captain America, Walking On Sunshine and Peaky Blinders.
After many years of touring globally as one of the most in demand lead dancers in the UK, for some of the biggest stars in pop music, she decided to train as an actress with Anthony Meindl and Tom Radcliffe at the Actors Temple in London. In 2014, Rai relocated to Los Angeles and secured a place on the 2 year Acting programme with Alex Taylor studying the Meisner Technique. From that moment forward she hasn't looked back since, working on various short and feature films, she was recently flown to South Korea to star in a film playing the famous Cellist Charlotte Moorman. Rai was cast as a series regular on Distinguished Gentlemen, the lead in Cry Wolfe and most recently worked on a silent film playing a pivotal part from the latest creation of Billy Corgan (Smashing Pumpkins). She can currently be seen on stage in the brand new play "YOU", a scripted immersive experience for one audience member costing $5k a ticket with an ensemble cast of 7.
Rai has been offered to play the role of Betty Page in an exciting new venture coming to Vegas which consists of her being an avatar/ hologram that is able to bring Betty back using brand new technology. She also likes to dab her hand in creating her own work too, recently just finishing her first screenplay which she will direct and play the lead role. This is a deeply, emotional piece that she has found to be part of her purpose on this side of the coin, her mission is to heal and educate through her work.