Raelee has been known to sing at Farscape conventions.
Raelee has stated that there is only comedy and drama filmed in Australia and she jumped at the chance as soon as she heard there was a sci-fi show.
Raelee has participated in Dragon*Con for her role on Farscape.
Raelee initially auditioned for the role of Commandant Mele-On Grayza on Farscape and that is when she caught the attention of the casting crew.
Raelee has stated that as soon as she saw the character of Scorpius on Farscape in which she stars, she knew that she was going to be paired up as a couple with that character.
Raelee has stated that she is not a fan of reality television.
Her all time favorite song is Hayan's Cello Concert in D.
Raelee favorite books are Far from the madding crowd by Thomas Hardy and Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier.
Some of Raelees hobbies include reading books and writing. Having picnics and taking long walks. She also likes to do aerobics, cross-stitching, ballroom dancing and having a good time with friends on her off time.
When Raelee isn't busy acting she enjoys playing the cello.
Raelee Hill has stated that she does not like going to fan sites or chats when it comes to people talking about her character on Farscape. She mentions that she likes to stay clear away from people with negative comments.
Hill has mentioned that her favorite movies are Star Wars, Charade, Shawshank Redemption, The Usual Suspects, Queen Margot, Elizabeth, and Quills. But her favorite childhood film is The Goonies.
In November of 2006, Hill made an appearance at the Official Farscape Convention in California.
In 2000, Raelee appeared in an on-stage performance as Wendy in Peter Pan.
She got her foot in the door as an actress when she was a teenager doing soap operas.
Audrey Hepburn is Raelee's favorite actress.
Raelee is 5' 3"tall.
(Speaks about the Bali bomb movie)
Hill: I think it reads as a very gentle, very respectful, very bipartisan film. Australians are presented, represented as being both sinners and saints, which I think is correct, because we are.
(Things Hill would do if she wasn't an actress.)
Hill: A florist, a person in a post office, a maker of fine chocolate, or the best mum in the world (or at least try to be!).
(Talking about working with the muppets on Farscapee.)
Hill: I wish I could of done more acting with the character Pilot from Farscape but his character hated me, hated my character. But I still love him.
Hill: My favorite episode of Farscape to perform was the episode where I got to play Stark. Mainly because he's the most gorgeous person to perform. We all adore him particularly the girls we all just fall in love with him. He's this guy who's quite screwed up, messed up little thing but you just want to give him a cuddle the whole time. He's quite fanatic, very animated, and a very loose cannon. So when I got to play Stark I thought it would be fantastic!
(Hill speaks about science fiction in her town.)
Hill: Australia is so small, the industry either has black comedy or drama. When science fiction comes to town everyone kind of takes notice because we just don't have the industry for science fiction. We don't have the money nor the opportunity to produce that kind of television. So if the town knew we were working on Farscape they were quite jealous I guess because as an actor you never get to perform that fantastic kind of stuff.
(Describing her character on Farscape.)
Hill: She's in love with one of the big bads of the show, Scorpius. Which I love once I caught my eyes on him if anyone has seen the show, he's quite an extraordinary creatures of the show. As soon as I seen him I thought,You're the boy for me.
(Discussing her acting on Farscape.)
Hill: You're not quite sure what Sikozus agenda is. Is she going to lead them astray? Is she going to betray them? They do give her a hard time, which is no fun. Sikozu becomes kind of an outcast. But only while filming. After they cut, we're all fun and games because they're the easiest bunch to work with. They're so sweet.
(Talking about wearing contacts in her role on Farscape.)
Hill: You feel like you're acting through a brick wall. Everything you're doing is so clouded over by these things in your eyes. They're very tunnel vision and blurry as well, so in a lot of the action stuff we have to rehearse and rehearse to make sure the choreography is just right. It can get dangerous when you're blind and wielding a sword in high-heeled boots!