Ms. Uchitel has a rather, shall we say, 'condensed' resume, as seen on IMDB. While her name appears in the 1998 blockbender "New Rose Hotel", one must wade deep into the 'full cast' waters, where the now-famous Uchitel worked in 'craft service'. Wiki suggests that the sim graduated in 1996 with a degree (software upgrade?) in psychology (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rachel_Uchitel
) and makes no reference to her acting, despite her part as 'hot model' in 1998s "A Hard Ride" (a hard sell, more like it..)
Her full bio reads thusly:
5' 6" (1.68 m)
? (? - ?) (divorced)
Had an affair with David Boreanaz [May 4, 2010].
Her attorney is Gloria Allred.
Her fiancé died at Ground Zero on September 11, 2001. She later married and divorced a Wall Street trader.
Former Tiger Woods mistress.
New York nightclub manager."
Courtesty of http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1946763/bio
Fascinating? Hardly. But it does beg the question: what about this personas history would qualify for a $500,000 stipend to appear on celeb rehab? And just where and to whom does that money really go?
Her vicsim fiance' (better half?), responsible for launching her career as a widow, has this vague and bemusing eulogy.. the only one written on the CNN memorial:
"I only met Andy once. He was a member of my Sands Point Golf Club, of which I am a member. We were introduced by a friend, Richard Tuohey, a fellow member who sponsored Andy into the club. Andy was, unfortunately at his desk that day. Richard was fortunatley at a meeting outside the office. Our prayers are with Andy's family and his fiancee. God Bless you all.
Daniel Black, aquaintance"
Not much to say about his friend and colleague "Andy" except that he was at his desk that day, unlike his luckier friend Richard 'dick' Tuohey.
On Legacy.com, Tuohey and Uchitel weigh in on their lost comrade..."there was rarely a scrap of paper out of place," said Rich Tuohey, a friend and colleague.
"He liked things the way he liked them," said Rachel Uchitel, Mr. O'Grady's girlfriend and, since Aug. 5, his fiancée. Early in the morning on Sept. 11, Andy, as he was known, called Ms. Uchitel at work to needle her with a running joke. She had left the towels, he said, in the right place." What kind of banal statement is this from a grieving fiance'? Or a friend that got you into the country club? That's the most memorable thing about this man, his anal-retentiveness?
If anyone would like to query Mr. Tuohey on his relationship with the software program known as "Andy", his phone number is here: http://www.sandleroneill.com/6c6c874d-7 ... ch-bio.htm
Im starting to think all of these simulations are a way of gutting the insurance companies. Create these fictional entities and cash in on them. Brilliant, really.