Rachelle Lefevre Biography
Rachelle Lefevre born Rachelle Marie Lefevre is a Canadian actress born in February 1, 1979 in Montreal, Quebec, her father was an English teacher and her mother was a psychologist. She has starred in the television series Big Wolf on Campus and had recurring roles in What About Brian, Boston Legal, and Swingtown. She played the vampire Victoria Sutherland in the first two films of the Twilight saga. In 2011, she starred in the ABC medical drama Off the Map, followed by the CBS series A Gifted Man (2011–2012) and Under the Dome (2013–2015).
She was raised in a non-denominational household, and identifies as Jewish. She has three sisters and speaks both English and French, though she grew up mostly speaking English. She attended Centennial Academy, a private high school, and later studied creative arts at Dawson College. She studied theater for two summers at the Walnut Hill School in Natick, Massachusetts, and began a degree in education and literature at McGill University. While in high school, she worked as a waitress at a local sushi restaurant, when she was talking with coworkers one day about her aspirations to become an actress, she was overheard by a regular customer, who happened to be a Canadian movie producer. The man spoke with her, and offered to mention her to a casting director friend of his.
Rachelle Lefevre Career
The casting director connected with Lefevre right away, in 1999,she was soon auditioning for a role on the FOX Family Channel series Big Wolf on Campus, a teen werewolf spoof. In spite of her inexperience, at the age of 20, Lefevre was cast as one of the program’s leads. She had just been accepted to McGill University when she was cast in the Canadian teen series.
She first acted in Montreal but grew frustrated with the lack of English-speaking roles available there. As a result, she moved to Los Angeles, where she began to find success in both movies and on television.
In 2002, She acted in the film Confessions of a Dangerous Mind, directed by George Clooney. In 2003 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 2004, she played Etta Place in the Calgary-filmed TV movie. The Legend of Butch and Sundance. She moved to West Hollywood, California that year and appeared in the films Noel, directed by Chazz Palminteri and starring Penélope Cruz, and Head in the Clouds, also starring Cruz and Charlize Theron. Lefevre filmed the mystery-thriller The River King in Halifax, opposite Edward Burns.
She starred on the Fox sitcom Life on a Stick in 2005, playing Lily Ashton, a mall fast-food restaurant employee, and then appeared on the Fox series Pool Guys. She has guest-starred on numerous other TV series. She shot a pilot episode, but was replaced by Gretchen Mol when the series was revamped.
Rachelle Lefevre Marriage
Rachelle is not married yet but she is in a relationship with actor Jamie King, best known for his Thomas Wyatt in the Showtime television series The Tudors for seven years now.
Rachelle Lefevre Net Worth
She is active in several charity works, she has donated to cure breast cancer for about 10,000 people about a sum of 100 dollars. She has maintained a net worth of about 1.5 million dollars.
Rachelle Lefevre Body Measurements
Body Measurements:34 B – 26 – 35 inch.
Height: 1.68 m
Weight: 59 kg
Hair color: Red
Eye color: Blue
Rachelle Lefevre Natural Hair Color
She has some of the prettiest hair, before it was styled, her red locks were glossy and wavy, and as she twisted it was absolutely gorgeous.
Rachelle Lefevre As Victoria
Her commitment to Barney’s Version for 10 days made her lose the role to get to complete her portrayal of Victoria for the Twilight. “This is a story, a theatrical journey and a character that I truly love and about which I am very passionate. I will be forever grateful to the fan support and loyalty I’ve received since being cast for this role, and I am hurt deeply by Summit’s surprising decision to move on without me. I wish the cast and crew of Eclipse only the very best.” She said.
Personal life and Charity work
Lefevre donated $100 to Susan G. Komen for The Cure, a breast cancer charity, for every 10,000 people who followed her on Twitter in 2009. She also launched an eBay auction for the charity School On Wheels in August 2009, which provides tutoring to homeless children in Southern California. Lefevre sold t-shirts and other merchandise signed by her fellow cast members from Twilight. She is also 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. Lefevre is a socialist.
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Rachelle Lefevre Movies
- Doomsday (2017) TM stars as Faye
- Hollow in the Land (2016) stars as Charlene
- Edge of Winter (2016) aka Backcountry (2016) stars as Karen
- Reclaim (2014) stars as Shannon
- Homefront (2013) stars as Susan Hatch
- The Legend of Sarila (2013) stars as Apik (voice)
- Under the Dome (2013) TV stars as Julia Shumway
- Pawn Shop Chronicles (2013) stars as Sandy
- White House Down (2013) stars as Melanie
- Omerta (2012) stars as Sophie
- Off the Map (2011) TV stars as Dr. Ryan Clark
- The Caller (2011) stars as Mary Kee
- A Gifted Man (2011) TV stars as Dr. Kate Sykora
- Casino Jack (2010) aka “Bagman” stars as Emily
- Barney’s Version (2010) stars as Clara
- Do You Know Me (2009) TM stars as Elsa Carter/Sophie Marsaretti
- The Pool Boys (2009) stars as Laura
- The Twilight Saga’s New Moon (2009) stars as Victoria
- Twilight (2008) stars as Victoria
- The Summit (2008) TV stars as Leonie Adderly
- Swingtown (2008) TV stars as Melinda
- Life on Mars (2008) TM stars as Annie Cartwright
- Boston Legal (2008) TV stars as Dana Strickland
- Prom Wars (2008) stars as Sabina
- Fugitive Pieces (2007) stars as Naomi
- Suffering Man’s Charity (2007) stars as Elaine
- What About Brian (2006) TV stars as Heather
- Four Kings (2006) TV stars as Lauren
- The Class (2006) TV stars as Sue
- Pool Guys (2005) TM stars as Alana
- Life on a Stick (2005) TV stars as Lily
- Pure (2005) stars as Julie
- The River King (2005) stars as Carlin Leander
- The Big Thing (2004) stars as Sarah
- Noel (2004) stars as Holly
- The Legend of Butch & Sundance (2004) TM stars as Etta Place
- Picking Up & Dropping Off (2003) TM stars as Georgia
- Hatley High (2003) stars as Hyacinthe Marquez
- See Jane Date (2003) TM stars as Eloise
- Deception (2003) VI stars as Denise
- Abandon (2002) stars as Eager Beaver
- Confessions of a Dangerous Mind (2002) stars as Tuvia
- Undressed (2002) TV stars as Annie Isles
- Dead Awake (2001) stars as Randi Baum
- Life in the Balance (2001) stars as Kristy Carswell
- Stardom (2000) stars as Catherine
- The Legend of Sleepy Hollow (1999) TM stars as Katrina Van Tassle
- Big Wolf on Campus (1999) TV stars as Stacey Hanson
Rachelle Lefevre White House Down
Initial release: 26 June 2013 (Indonesia)
Director: Roland Emmerich
Box office: 205.4 million USD
Budget: 150 million USD
Producers: Roland Emmerich, James Vanderbilt, Harald Kloser, Laeta Kalogridis, Larry J. Franco, Brad Fischer Capitol police officer John Cale (Channing Tatum) has just been denied his dream job of protecting President James Sawyer (Jamie Foxx) as a member of the Secret Service. Not wanting to disappoint his young daughter with the bad news, Cale takes her on a tour of the White House. While he and his daughter are there, a heavily armed paramilitary group attacks and seizes control. As the nation’s government dissolves in chaos, only Cale can save his daughter, the president and the country.
Rachelle Lefevre Twilight-Crepusculo
Initial release: 17 November 2008 (Los Angeles)
Director: Catherine Hardwicke
Featured song: Decode
Box office: 393.6 million USD
Film series: The Twilight Saga
High-school student Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), always a bit of a misfit, doesn’t expect life to change much when she moves from sunny Arizona to rainy Washington state. Then she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a handsome but mysterious teen whose eyes seem to peer directly into her soul. Edward is a vampire whose family does not drink blood, and Bella, far from being frightened, enters into a dangerous romance with her immortal soulmate.
Rachelle Lefevre The Caller
Initial release: 26 August 2011 (USA)
Director: Matthew Parkhill
Screenplay: Sergio Casci
Initial DVD release: 10 January 2012 (Netherlands)
Executive producers: Cyril Mégret, Phil Hunt, Compton Ross, Robert Bevan
A troubled divorcee (Rachelle Lefevre) becomes the object of a terrifying revenge when she tries to put an end to a series of mysterious phone calls
Rachelle Lefevre Under The Dome
First episode date: 24 June 2013
Final episode date: 10 September 2015
Program creator: Brian K. Vaughan.
Based on the best-selling Stephen King novel of the same name, “Under the Dome” follows the residents of Chester’s Mill, Maine, as they find their small town suddenly cut off from the rest of the world by a transparent dome. While some people start to panic, a small group of citizens — led by Army veteran Dale Barbara — tries to maintain some semblance of peace and order, while also attempting to learn the truth about the mysterious barrier, the purpose behind it — and, most importantly, how to escape it.
Rachelle Lefevre New Moon
Initial release: 16 November 2009 (Los Angeles)
Director: Chris Weitz
Featured song: Possibility
Box office: 709.7 million USD
Budget: 50 million USD
Bella Swan is on the cusp of her 18th birthday and blissfully happy with her undead beau Edward Cullen. While celebrating her birthday with Edward’s family of `vegetarian’ vampires, a frightening incident convinces Edward that he’s simply too dangerous to be around his sweetheart. He decides to leave the town of Forks in order to ensure her safety – leaving her behind, angry and depressed.