Los Angeles, California, U.S.
Raquel Alessi is an American actress and model who starred on the FOX series Standoff and the film Ghost Rider. She portrays the title character in the 2009 film Miss March, alongside Zach Cregger and Trevor Moore from the comedy troupe Whitest Kids U Know.
Life and career
Raquel Alessi was born in Los Angeles, California. In 1992, she was replaced by Ashley Nation (who has blonde hair) on Kidsongs when she had blonde hair and was departed from that in 1990 because she replaced the 1987 departed Divita Wright (who has blonde hair) in 1990. She attended Marymount High School in Los Angeles, California, and later moved on to develop her acting talents at New York University, where she studied theater performance. While at the college she appeared in several plays including King Lear and Uncle Vanya. After attending college, Alessi was able to land small roles in such films as Uncle Sam and Carlito's Way: Rise to Power.
In 2007, she was cast in a featured role in the Marvel Comic's superhero film Ghost Rider. Alessi was cast as the younger version of the character Roxanne Simpson, which would be played later in the movie by Eva Mendes. She is widely recognized for her role as Lia Mathers in the FOX television show Standoff. She was also named to Maxim's Hot 100 where she was voted #88 in 2007.
- Castle .... Selena Rigas (1 episode, 2013)
- How I Met Your Mother .... Roberta (1 episode, 2009)
- CSI: NY .... Brooke Hallworth (1 episode, 2009)
- Miss March (2009) .... Cindi Whitehall
- Summerhood (2008) .... Cinnamon
- Standoff .... Lia Mathers (18 episodes, 2006–2007)
- Ghost Rider (2007) .... Young Roxanne Simpson
- Carlito's Way: Rise to Power (2005) (V) .... Rocco's Date
- Uncle Sam (1997) (as Raquel Allessi) .... Girl Student
- Lucky Chances (1990) TV mini-series .... Maria - Age 6
- Kidsongs .... Herself (Kidsongs Kid) (3 VHS episodes (where she appeared with Terrance Williams (former dancer)) (born 1979) "A Day At Camp" (1989) (where she appeared with Amaris "Ingrid" Dupree (former dancer) (born in 1977) and Josh Keaton), "Ride the Roller Coaster" (1990) (where she appeared with Josh Keaton and Kenny Ford, Jr. (former keytarist/singer) (born 1977)), and "Very Silly Songs" (1990) (where she cameo appeared))
- Miscellaneous Crew
- Dig It! (2009) (post-production) (production assistant)
- Up Close with Carrie Keagan .... Herself (2 episodes, 2009)
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