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Rachel True

Rachel True is an African-American actress from New York. True is the step-daughter of actress Verona Barnes[?], and developed a love for acting as a child, watching her step-mother participate in different plays.

In 1991, True had an appearance on The Cosby Show beginning a string of tv jobs, including turns on Beverly Hills 90210, The Drew Carey Show[?], Once and Again[?], and HBOs Dream On[?].

By 1993, she had moved to Los Angeles, and appeared opposite Chris Rock in his movie spoof 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 gothic teenage coven along with Robin Tunney, Neve Campbell and Fairuza Balk. True and Campbell became best friends during the filming, a friendship they mantain.

True played the girlfriend of a recovering Marijuana addict in Half Baked[?]. True has also appeared in Nowhere[?], Groove[?], and New Best Friend.

True is known for playing characters with a dark side, such as the one she played in Embrace of the Vampire, the witch in The Craft, the addict in Half Baked and Julianne in New Best Friend.



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