Amy Grabow

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Amy Grabow
Born December 18, 1979
Huntington Beach, California
Occupation Actress
Years active 1998 to present

Amy Grabow (born December 18, 1979) is an American actress.

Amy Grabow grew up in Huntington Beach, California. Amy decided, while still in high school, to pursue an acting career. She studied at the Academy for the Performing Arts in Huntington Beach and currently attends acting classes. Her television credits include: Charmed, Mad TV, Monk and Saved by the Bell: New Class. She was also a series regular in "Cloud Nine" and "Space Orphans", and has appeared in several television commercials. Amy spends her free time hanging out with friends and family. She also enjoys reading and playing with her cats, Marcel, Mauve and Prussia. Amy is also very athletic and enjoys scuba diving, sailing and horseback riding. Amy's love for kids has led her to become involved with "The Sunshine Foundation", an organization that provides prosthetic care to children with severe eye injuries.

She played Dr. Rachel Adair on the soap opera General Hospital from February 2005 until her final appearance on August 5, 2005 where her character was actually murdered by Dr. Asher Thomas (Larry Poindexter) after her schemes by helping her former lover AJ Quartermaine (Billy Warlock) getting killed who was also killed by Dr. Thomas and attempting to seek revenge on Steven Webber (Shaun Benson). Rachel was furious Steven let her take the blame for an unsuccessful surgery and she lost her medical degree.

Grabow starred in the Hallmark Channel movie, Though None Go with Me opposite Cheryl Ladd. She made guest appearances on the WB's Supernatural and Charmed as well as USA's Monk starring Tony Shalhoub. She also has been seen on NBC's Crossing Jordan. She had a small role in the movie Totally Blonde.

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