Stephen Moyer
(Movies & TV)
Edward Burns
(Movies & TV)
Scott Wolf
(Movies & TV)
George Clooney
(Movies & TV)
Kevin Spacey
(Movies & TV)
Brittany Murphy
(Movies & TV)
Lorna Raver
(Movies & TV)

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Rachelle Lefevre

Knowledge Identifier: +Rachelle_Lefevre


Rachelle Lefevre

Canadian actress add

Category: Movies & TV

Born in 1979.

Countries: United States (50%), Colombia (14%), United Kingdom (9%)

Main connections: Stephen Moyer, Edward Burns, Scott Wolf

Linked to: Twitter, Fox Broadcasting Company, Walnut Hill School, Associated Press




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Rachelle Lefevre was born in 1979 add something


Lefevre appeared in the film "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind", directed by George Clooney, in 2002 add something


She appeared in the television movies "Picking Up and Dropping Off" with Scott Wolf, and "See Jane Date", and had a role in the romantic comedy "Hatley High" in 2003 add something


In 2004, she played Etta Place in the Calgary-filmed TV movie "The Legend of Butch and Sundance" add something


In April 2004, Lefevre filmed the mystery-thriller "The River King" in Halifax, opposite Edward Burns add something


Lefevre starred on the Fox sitcom "Life on a Stick" in 2005, playing Lily Ashton, a mall fast-food restaurant employee, and appeared on the Fox series "Pool Guys" add something


In 2009, Lefevre appeared in the CBC television miniseries "The Summit", filmed in Ontario, and completed the film "Bagman", starring Kevin Spacey add something


Lefevre had appeared at the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con to promote "New Moon" the weekend before she was replaced add something


She appeared in "New Moon", the film's sequel, based on Meyer's second novel, which she completed shooting in Vancouver in May 2009 add something


As of June 2009, she was dating Jamie King, an actor who played Thomas Wyatt in the Showtime television series "The Tudors" add something


Enthusiastic fans of the series reacted to the news of Lefevre's replacement with online petitions urging her return, and "Bring Back Rachelle" became a top-trending topic on Twitter in the afternoon of 29 July 2009 add something


Her scenes were filmed in Rome in August 2009 add something


She launched an eBay auction for the charity School On Wheels in August 2009, which provides tutoring to homeless children in Southern California add something


Summit Entertainment, the studio behind the films, attributed the change to scheduling conflicts; "Eclipse" and "Barney's Version", an independent Canadian feature Lefevre had signed on to, both began filming on 17 August 2009 add something


She is an active supporter of Best Friends Animal Society, appearing in a public service announcement on behalf of the organization in November 2009, urging the public to adopt their next pet add something


Soon after the shoot, in November 2009, Lefevre shot the suspense film "The Caller" in Puerto Rico along with actors Lorna Raver and Stephen Moyer add something


Brittany Murphy - In November 2009, Murphy left the production of "The Caller", which was being filmed in Puerto Rico, and was replaced by Rachelle Lefevre


Lefevre appeared in the pilot episode of the ABC television drama "The Deep End" on 21 January 2010 add something


In 2011, Lefevre joined the cast of the CBS TV drama, "A Gifted Man", playing a doctor add something


The series is filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, North Carolina, and will premiere in June 2013 add something


The series was filmed in Wilmington, North Carolina, which lasted for three seasons on the network ending in September 2015 add something


In 2017, Lefevre joined the cast of Global's critically acclaimed original TV series, "Mary Kills People" for Season 2, premiering in January 2018 add something


In 2019, she played the lead role of Madeline Scott in the Fox legal drama "Proven Innocent" add something