Most people got a gander of Rainey Qualley when she appeared on "Mad Men" wearing fur and sent our imaginations spinning. If she seems even the slightest bit familiar, it's because she's actress-model-hottie Andi MacDowell's daughter. Rainey was also named Miss Golden Globe 2012. Aside from acting, she's also a songwriter and now splits her time between Nashville and Los Angeles.
Rainey Qualley was raised on a ranch in Missoula, Montana and said it was an idyllic place to grow up. "We didn't have TV or anything." When she moved with her family to North Carolina, she said, "We had neighbors! We were just used to being wilderness children."
Rainey Qualley described her musical style as "a hint of country, a pinch of blues." She is currently working on her debut album. Her first single Turn Me On Like The Radio was released in January 2015. The album is set to drop this summer. Rainey is currently a flagship artist for the new label Cingle Records.
As for her interest in the arts, Rainey said, "I've always wanted to act. I grew up dancing, so I've been interested in the performing arts. I moved to New York when I was 19, and I lived on my friend's couch for a couple of months until I found place to live. I trained at the Maggie Flanigan Studio and studied the Meisner acting technique, and I studied for a summer at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. I also sing, and a song that I wrote and sang plays during the credits of the movie. It's called 'Silver Lining.'"
As for her appearance as Miss Golden Globe in 2012, she said it was "an overwhelming way to move to L.A."
Rainey Qualley currently splits her time between Nashville and Los Angeles. She is also single.