Rain Phoenix is an American actress, musician, and singer. She is the daughter of John Lee Bottom and Arlyn Phoenix. Her siblings are Liberty Phoenix, Summer Phoenix, and Joaquin Phoenix. She has appeared in films such as It’s My Party and The Faculty. She has also released two albums, Paper Scissors Stone and I’m the Only One.
Rain Phoenix was born on December 21, 1972, in Crockett, California. Her parents were John Lee Bottom and Arlyn Phoenix. Her father was a carpenter and her mother was a secretary. She has four siblings: Liberty Phoenix, Summer Phoenix, Joaquin Phoenix, and River Phoenix. She was educated at San Diego High School and later attended New York University.
Rain Phoenix began her acting career in the film It’s My Party. She has also appeared in films such as The Faculty and Slums of Beverly Hills. She has released two albums, Paper Scissors Stone and I’m the Only One. She is the sister of the late actor River Phoenix.
Rain Phoenix has a net worth of $5 million. She has appeared in films such as It’s My Party and The Faculty. She has also released two albums, Paper Scissors Stone and I’m the Only One.
Actor, Singer, Lyricist
University of Florida
Jonas Winter Phoenix
Arlyn Phoenix, John Lee Bottom
River Phoenix, Joaquin Phoenix, Summer Phoenix, Liberty Phoenix, Jodean Bottom
Maid to Order, Even Cowgirls Get the Blues, To Die For, Façade, Stranger Inside, The Sleepy Time Gal, O, Hitch, Harry + Max, Worthy, $pent
Sings vocals for the band Papercranes, in which her husband Michael Tubbs plays guitar
Is a vegan.
Studied Music, Voice (Opera), and Italian at the University of Florida.
Went on tour with the Red Hot Chili Peppers as a back-up singer on their 1995/ 96 'One Hot Minute' tour.
Was in a band for nearly 6 years with her older brother, the late River Phoenix, called 'Aleka's Attic' until the band broke up following River's death in late October 1993. Only two songs by the band have ever been officially released (both on charity compilation albums.)
Was in a band (and quasi-religious cult) called 'The Causey Way' whose line-up also included her younger sister Summer. She sang and played keyboards in the oddball alternative band (signed to Jello Biafra's 'Alternative Tenticles' record label) until the band broke up in the summer of 2001.
Provided vocals with Michael Stipe on the song "Happiness" for the movie Happiness.