Rachel Grant

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Rachel Grant
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Born Rachel Louise Grant de Longueuil
(1977-09-25) 25 September 1977 (age 40)[1]
Parañaque, Philippines[2]
Residence New York
Nationality English
Height 5 ft, 8 in (1.73m)
Parent(s) Michael Grant, 12th Baron de Longueuil and Isabel Padua

Rachel Louise Grant de Longueuil (born 25 September 1977), known professionally as Rachel Grant, is a Filipina-born British actress, writer and social entrepreneur. Born on the island of Luzon in the Philippines, Grant was raised in Nottingham, United Kingdom. Grant is of Anglo-Scots, French-Canadian, Filipino and Spanish descent through her parents. Her full name is Rachel Louise Grant de Longueuil, a barony title granted by King Louis XIV of France to her ancestor Charles le Moyne de Longueuil.

Early life[edit]

Grant was born on the island of Luzon in the Philippines. Grant moved to the United Kingdom when she was a baby. Her father is Michael Grant, 12th Baron de Longueuil. She is related to the British Royal Family through her grandfather, 11th Baron Raymond De Longueuil (second cousin to Queen Elizabeth II), whose mother was Ernestine Maude Bowes-Lyon[3] granddaughter of the 12th Earl of Strathmore.

Acting career[edit]

Grant played Peaceful Fountains of Desire in the James Bond film Die Another Day.[4] One of her first TV roles was on SyFy as Nina, the hostess of horror show Sci-fright. She was Professor Myang Li in the Sky One series Brainiac: Science Abuse.[citation needed] She has had roles in theatre and in TV programmes including Emmerdale, Murder in Suburbia, Blue Murder and Casualty. She also appeared as Maria Ronson in the film Until Death with Jean-Claude Van Damme and Stephen Rea, in The Purifiers with Dominic Monaghan and more recently in the sci-fi-fi comedy Snatchers.

Sexual assault allegation[edit]

On 15 January 2018, Rachel Grant publicly accused Steven Seagal of sexual assault in 2002, during pre-production on his direct-to-video film, Out for a Kill (2003). She subsequently did not appear in the film.[5]

Filmography[edit]

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