Rachel True Biography
Rachel True's facts
|Date of Birth||Rachel India True|
|Name on Birth||Rachel India True|
|Address||New York City, New York, U.S.|
|Weight||52kgs or 124lb|
|Place of Birth||New York City, New York, U.S.|
Rachel India True is one the most acclaimed American actresses as well as television actresses known to the world today. Born on the 15th of July, 1966, she earned her recognition as an actress for her unseen-in-reality performance as Mona Throne in the famous TV drama series Half & Half that had a record airing of all 33 episodes and needless, she was the part to all of the episodes. Known formally as Rachel True, she has made to the list of the Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild award winners as acclaimed for her role of Rochelle on The Craft, the featured leading movie of 1996 and her portrayal of one peculiar character named Mali in the debut season of Once and Again on ABC networks which was of a suspense thriller genre. Her splendid work was said to being a tribute to her great-grandmother which in-turn futher improved her acting skills. Born in the beautiful city of New York, True is the daughter of a loving father and mother Annette. She grew up and spent her childhood in Mercer Island, Washington. There, she went onto attend her High School. She is the only sister to her two brothers. True has attended the Fordham University, where she was actively appeared in many and numerous productions series including Sugar Mommas and Groove, both featured her as the lead actor where she showcased her actual talent.
Digging into her career, True has been guest-starred on hit shows like Dream On, Third Watch, and Thea where she has been able to depict her raw talent which got acclaims of her critics. Her versatile nature saw her dissolve in both the supporting and lead roles of Boston Common where she was seen playing an exotic dancer of a law school in the episode named "Cheryl’s Dome". True gave back-to-back hits either be Half & Half or CB4 in which she portrayed her first ever leading role on the silver screen. She had the praises to herself as “Radiant” and “Appealing” for her talented performances. True’s feature in the CBS opera got her nominated for a Daytime Emmy Award. It was Outstanding Younger Actress award in an aired Drama Series in the year 2001. She got appreciated with the title of “Best Supporting Performance” for a minor role in the then hit action film The Big Spilt of 1999. A role as Bridget in the comedy-based movie “A Girl’s Guide to Sex” saw her make her herself count as an actress. Her uphill success had her feature in the the 2002 hit New Best Friend. It was in 2009 that saw True evolve in the acting field as she took on the exotic performance as Ayanda, the title role of the movie, Killing Of Wendy. In the summer of the year 2011, True had her appearance in the New York based public Theater productions of ‘Measure for Measure’ and ‘All's Well that Ends Well’ both based on the writings of the great Shakespeare. She also managed to have a guest appearance on CBS' ‘Noah’s Arc’ as the captivator Brooklyn, again one replenishing role. In the late August of 2012,True had the opportunity to flourish again as being cast for a regular role on Fox's Sugar Mommas, a brand new acclaimed series, as the FBI specialist.
True is said to make her appearance as hot with an amazing body measurements of about 34-26-35. With an expected age of 47 at present, True has been seen rocking a bikini on so as when enjoying a local beach visit. With the estimated height being 5'6'' long fine legs and great feet are major attributes and currently weighing at about 52kgs or 124lb, her devine belief is in her Christian religion. Any of her bio contain the wanted information of her either being married to her co-actor or dating them but there are no confirmations of the relations. But there are some of whom, to have said to support her selflessly.
An ever-hopeful lady, Rachel True has her her salary depending on the amount if work load that she puts into the work and her net worth is not yet cited. She can be seen engaged online via Facebook and twitter.