Rachael Leigh Cook

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Rachael Leigh Cook
Rachael Leigh Cook at the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival
Born (1979-10-04) October 4, 1979 (age 39)
Other namesRachel Leigh Cook
Education Minneapolis South High School
OccupationActress, Model, Voice Artist, Producer
Years active1995–present
Daniel Gillies (m. 2004)

Rachael Leigh Cook (born October 4, 1979) is an American actress, model, voice artist, and producer, who is best known for her starring role in films She's All That (1999), Josie and the Pussycats (2001), and the television series Into the West and Perception , as well as being the voice behind various characters in Robot Chicken and Tifa Lockhart in the Final Fantasy series, starting with the English version of the film Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children .

Model (person) person employed to display, advertise and promote products, or to serve as a visual aid

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Early life

Rachael Leigh Cook was born in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the daughter of JoAnn, a cooking instructor and weaver, and Thomas H. Cook, a social worker and former stand-up comedian. [1] She is of part Italian descent. Cook first appeared in a public service announcement for foster care at seven years of age, and began working as a child print model at the age of 10, most notably in nationwide advertisements for Target and appearing on the boxes of Milk-Bone dog biscuits. She attended Clara Barton Open School, Laurel Springs School, and Minneapolis South High School.

Minneapolis Largest city in Minnesota

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Minnesota State of the United States of America

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Weaving technology for the production of textiles

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Acting and modeling

Cook began auditioning for acting work at the age of 14. [1] She made her debut as an actress in the 1995 film The Baby-Sitters Club . In 1996, her modeling agency sent her to star in a short film, 26 Summer Street . In 1997, Cook appeared in a leading role in the film Country Justice as a 15-year-old rape victim who is impregnated by her rapist.

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In 2007 Cook was seen in the big screen adaptation of Nancy Drew . She played the female lead in the independent sports drama The Final Season . She has appeared in numerous episodes of the Seth Green comedies Titan Maximum and Robot Chicken . In 2008, she guest-starred in an episode of the USA Network series Psych as Abigail Lytar. She reprised the role in the following season.

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The Final Season is a 2007 baseball film starring Sean Astin, Rachael Leigh Cook, Tom Arnold, Powers Boothe, Brett Claywell, Michael Angarano, and Marshall Bell and directed by David Mickey Evans. The film wrapped production in 2006 in Shellsburg, Iowa, and Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and was released in the United States and Canada on October 12, 2007, by Yari Film Group.

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In February 2010, Cook signed on to play the female lead role in Fox TV's comedy pilot Nirvana. [2] She had a role in the Western horror film Vampire , the English-language feature debut of Japanese director Iwai Shunji. [3] In 2012, Cook signed on to play the female lead role in the TNT crime drama series Perception opposite Eric McCormack. She starred in the independent film Broken Kingdom, which was directed by her husband Daniel Gillies. She also appeared in a Funny or Die sketch with Chad Michael Murray. [4] [5] [6] [4]

Cook starred in the Hallmark Channel original film Summer Love in 2016. [7] In the same year, she starred in another Hallmark film, Autumn In the Vineyard , followed by its sequel Summer in the Vineyard in 2017. [8] 2017 also saw Cook develop, star and executive produce the Hallmark Channel film Frozen in Love , which was broadcast in January 2018 as part of the channel's 'Winterfest' season of programming. [9] [10]

Cook owns her own production company, Ben's Sister Productions (in reference to her younger brother Ben Cook, an aspiring filmmaker).

Voice roles

Cook provided the voice for Chelsea Cunningham on the Kids' WB animated series Batman Beyond and in the animated film Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker . Cook voiced Tifa Lockhart in the video games Kingdom Hearts II , Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII and Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy , as well as the CG movie Final Fantasy VII Advent Children . In 2011, she voiced the character of Jaesa Willsaam in the MMO game, Star Wars: The Old Republic . Cook's latest voice-over role is for the video game Yakuza in which she voices the role of Reina.

Public service

Cook first gained national attention in 1997, when she was featured in the famous This Is Your Brain on Drugs PSA television advertisement, in which she proceeds to destroy a kitchen with a frying pan as she lists the important things in life that heroin harms.

In 2011, she was selected by the Obama administration as a Champion of Change for Arts Education. [11]

In June 2012, she began to award a small scholarship to students between ages 14 and 19. The scholarship helps pay for career classes, mentoring programs, and other school fees. [1]

In 2017, Rachael Leigh Cook reprised her "This Is Your Brain on Drugs" role twenty years later for a PSA by the Drug Policy Alliance critiquing the War on Drugs and its contribution to mass incarceration, structural racism and poverty. The ad was posted to YouTube on April 20, 2017 in recognition of 4/20. [12]

Personal life

Cook married actor Daniel Gillies in August 2004, [13] whom she dated since 2001. [14] They have two children: daughter Charlotte Easton Gillies (born September 2013) [15] [16] and son Theodore Vigo Gillies (born April 2015). [17]



1995 The Baby-Sitters Club Mary Anne Spier
1995 Tom and Huck Becky Thatcher
1996 26 Summer Street The GirlShort film
1996 Carpool Kayla
1997 The House of Yes Young 'Jackie-O'
1997 The Eighteenth Angel Lucy Stanton
1998 All I Wanna Do Abigail 'Abby' Sawyer
1998 The Naked Man Dolores
1998 Living Out Loud Teenage Judith Moore
1999 The Hi-Line Vera Johnson
1999 She's All That Laney Boggs
1999 The Bumblebee Flies Anyway Cassie
2000 Sally Beth
2000 Get Carter Doreen Carter
2000 Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker Chelsea Cunningham (voice)Direct-to-DVD
2001 Antitrust Lisa Calighan
2001 Blow Dry Christina Robertson
2001 Texas Rangers Caroline Dukes
2001 Josie and the Pussycats Josie McCoy
2001 Tangled Jenny Kelley
2002 29 Palms The Waitress
2003 Bookies Hunter
2003 Scorched Shmally
2003 The Big Empty Ruthie
2003 11:14 Cheri
2003 Tempo Jenny Travile
2004 Stateside Dori Lawrence
2004 American Crime Jesse St. ClaireDirect-to-DVD
2005 Final Fantasy VII: Advent Children Tifa Lockhart (voice)
2006 My First Wedding VanessaDirect-to-VOD
2007 Descent AllisonDirect-to-VOD
2007 All Hat Chrissie NugentDirect-to-VOD
2007 Nancy Drew Jane Brighton
2007Matters of Life and DeathEmily JenningsShort film
2007 The Final Season Polly HudsonDirect-to-VOD
2007 Blonde Ambition HaleyDirect-to-VOD
2008Fairy Tale PoliceOfficer DuffyShort film
2009 The Lodger Amanda ManningDirect-to-VOD
2009Bob FunkMs. ThorneDirect-to-DVD
2009 Falling Up Caitlin O'SheaDirect-to-DVD
2011 Vampire Laura KingDirect-to-VOD
2011 The Family Tree Rachel LevyDirect-to-VOD
2012Broken KingdomMarilynDirect-to-DVD
2012First KissSamanthaShort film
2014 Red Sky Karen BrooksDirect-to-DVD
2017A Midsummer Night's DreamHermia [18] [19]


1997 Country Justice Emma BakerTelevision film
1997 True Women Young Georgia LawsheMiniseries
1997The Defenders: PaybackTracey LaneTelevision film
1998 The Outer Limits Cassie BoussardEpisode: "Glyphic"
1999 Dawson's Creek Devon3 episodes
2000 Batman Beyond Chelsea Cunningham (voice)2 episodes
2004 Fearless Gaia MoorePilot
2005 Into the West Clara WheelerMiniseries
2005 Las Vegas Penny PosinRecurring role
2006–2018 Robot Chicken Various (voices)Recurring role
2008 Ghost Whisperer Grace AdamsEpisode: "Big Chills"
2008–2010 Psych Abigail LytarRecurring role
2009 Titan Maximum Lt. Jodi Yanarella (voice)Main role
2010Nevermind NirvanaElizabethTelevision film
2011Stealing ParadiseAmanda CollierTelevision film
2012Left to DieTammi ChaseTelevision film
2012–2015 Perception Kate MorettiMain role
2013 Team Unicorn Rachael Leigh CookEpisode: "The UniCorps Wants You!"
2014A Christmas TailN/ATelevision film
2016Summer LoveMaya SulliwayTelevision film
2016Autumn in the Vineyard Frankie BaldwinTelevision film
2017Summer in the Vineyard Television film
2018 Frozen in Love Mary CampbellTelevision film
2019 Valentine in the Vineyard Frankie BaldwinTelevision film
2019 Criminal Minds MaxRecurring role

Music videos

1999"Kiss Me" Sixpence None The Richer
2001"Dressed to Kill" New Found Glory
2006"Love You Lately" Daniel Powter
2017"Young Dumb & Broke" Khalid

Video games

2005 Yakuza Reina
2005 Kingdom Hearts II Tifa Lockhart
2006 Dirge of Cerberus: Final Fantasy VII
2007 Kingdom Hearts II: Final Mix+
2011 Dissidia 012 Final Fantasy
2011 Star Wars: The Old Republic Jaesa Willsaam
2013Star Wars: The Old Republic - Rise of the Hutt Cartel
2014Star Wars: The Old Republic - Shadow of Revan
2016 Final Fantasy Explorers Tifa LockhartArchive Audio
2016 World of Final Fantasy
2018 Mobius Final Fantasy Archive Audio

Awards and nominations

1997 YoungStar Award Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Comedy Film Tom and Huck Nominated
1999 YoungStar Awards She's All That Won
MTV Movie Awards Best Breakthrough Female PerformanceNominated
Best On-Screen Duo (Shared with: Freddie Prinze Jr.)
Teen Choice Awards Film - Sexiest Love Scene (Shared with: Freddie Prinze Jr.)Won
TV - Breakout Performance Dawson's Creek Nominated
2000 Santa Monica Film Festival Best Actress The Hi-Line Won
Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Movie Couple (Shared with: Freddie Prinze Jr.)She's All That
Blockbuster Entertainment Awards Favorite Actress - Newcomer (Internet Only)
New York International Independent Film & Video Festival Best Actress Sally
2001 Young Hollywood Awards Superstar of Tomorrow - Female
Teen Choice AwardsFilm - Choice Actress Josie and the Pussycats Nominated
2006Western Heritage AwardsTelevision Feature Film (Shared with cast) Into the West Won

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