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Rachel McLish Bio and Family

Rachel McLish also known as Rachel is a notable American Bodybuilder, Actress and Author.  She was born on 21st June, 1955 in Harlingen. She is from white descent and nationality is American. Her zodiac sign is cancer.

Talking about her family background, she was born to her parents, Rafael Elizondo and Raquel Elizondo. She grew up along with her sister named Sandra Lopez and Leah Elizondo Yakub.  

Rachel’s Career

Talking about her shimming career, she started her career working in at health club in McAllen, Texas. After her graduation, she and the health club manager named Javier Gutierrez founder the Sports Palace Association in Harlingen in partnership. Similarly, she competes in bodybuilder with inspiration Lisa Lyon and the club manager.

Moreover, she professionally started her career in 1980 when she won her first United Stated Championship. She also won her IFFB Ms. Olympia for the US first time in history. Later she retired from her bodybuilding career and started debuting in movies like Pumping Iron II: The Women based in her participation in 1993 Xaesar’s World Cup, Aces: Iron Eagle III and Raven Hawk.

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Furthermore, she wrote a book on weight training named Flex Appeal and Perfevt Part.

Rachel McLish Relationship

She is married to Ron Samuels who is movie producer in 1990. It has been more than two decades and still free from rumors and controversies. However, there is no news if the couple is blessed with children or not. Moreover, she was previously married with John P. Mclish in 1979.

McLish’s Net Wortih

She is successful to accumulate her net worth around $5 million as of 2020.

Quick Facts of Rachel McLish

Full Name Rachel McLish
DOB 21st June, 1955
Birth Place Harlingen
Profession  Bodybuilder, Actress and Author
Nickname Rachel
Hair Color Brown
Marital Status Married
Eye Color Dark Brown
Nationality American
Ethnicity White
Horoscope cancer