Rachel True

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Rachel True
Born Rachel India True
(1966-11-15) November 15, 1966 (age 47)
New York City, New York, U.S.
Occupation Actress
Years active 1990—present

Rachel India True (born November 15, 1966) is an American film and television actress. True is known for her roles in such films as The Craft and the television sitcom Half & Half.

Biography[edit]

Career[edit]

In 1991, appeared on Beverly Hills, 90210, The Drew Carey Show, Once and Again, and HBO's Dream On. By 1993, she had moved to Los Angeles and appeared opposite Chris Rock in his movie CB4. After CB4, she was cast alongside Alyssa Milano for the movie Embrace of the Vampire. True's next movie was The Craft, where she played a member of a teenage coven along with Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell and Fairuza Balk. True played Dave Chappelle's character's girlfriend in Half Baked. True has also appeared in Nowhere, Groove, and New Best Friend. From 2002 to 2006, True and Essence Atkins starred in the UPN comedy Half & Half. True played Mona Thorne, an insecure, twenty-something music industry executive in San Francisco who worked on strengthening her self-esteem and her relationship with her paternal half-sister, played by Atkins.

Filmography[edit]

Movies[edit]

  • Sugar Mommas (2012): Thomasina
  • Noah's Ark: A New Beginning (2011)-(in post-production): Temba (voice)
  • Killing of Wendy (2009): Ayanda
  • Pink Eye (2009): Wygenia
  • The Perfect Holiday (2007): Brenda
  • New Best Friend (2002): Julianne Livingston
  • Who Is A.B.? (2001)
  • Love Song (2000) (TV): Renee
  • Groove (2000): Beth
  • The Auteur Theory (1999): Sasha Swann
  • The Apartment Complex (1999) (TV)
  • The Big Split (1999): Jenny
  • With or Without You (1998): Misha
  • Half Baked (1998): Mary Jane Potman
  • Nowhere (1997): Mel
  • The Craft (1996): Rochelle
  • A Walton Wedding (1995) (TV): Girl Student
  • Embrace of the Vampire (1995): Nicole
  • Moment of Truth: Stalking Back (1993) (TV): Katie
  • A Girl's Guide to Sex (1993) (TV): Bridget
  • CB4 (1993): Daliha

Television[edit]

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