Rachael Leigh Cook is known as an American actress and voice artist. She is most famous for her lead role in the teen romantic comedy, She's All That.
Rachael Leigh Cook was born on October 4, 1979, in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She was born to a cooking educator and weaver named Jo Ann and her significant other Thomas H. Cook, who was a social worker and former stand-up comedian. She went to the Clara Barton School, Laurel Springs School, and Minneapolis South High School.
Rachael Leigh Cook started appearing in the entertainment business very early. At seven years old, she was featured in a public service announcement for childcare. At fourteen years old, she started trying out for acting roles and at sixteen years old, Cook handled her first role as Mary Anne Spier in a 1995 comedy-drama The Baby-Sitters Club.
In 1999, Rachael Leigh Cook recorded a significant leap forward in her career when she was cast to play Laney Boggs in the teenager romantic comedy She's All That. The sleeper hit film has so far remained Leigh's most monetarily effective film in her career. In the year 2000, she featured nearby Elijah Wood in the motion picture adaptation of Robert Cormier's tale The Bumblebee Flies Anyway. The following year, she was in Josie and the Pussycats as Josie McCoy. She additionally was cast in the music video for New Found Glory's Dressed to Kill.
In 2002, she was featured on Stuff magazine's "Sexiest Women in the World" list, coming in at number twenty-six. She was a fundamental cast member in the 2005 TV miniseries Into the West. Cook is additionally a voice-over artist and has voiced a few characters in the comedy series Robot Chicken. She was the voice of Tifa Lockhart in the Final Fantasy series and Chelsea Cunningham in WB animated series Batman Beyond and Batman Beyond: Return of the Joker. She was additionally the voice of Jaesa Willsaam in the MMO game, Star Wars: The Old Republic.
Rachel has been involved with different men during her acting career. She dated Gabriel Mann in 2001, Devon Sawa in 2000, Vincent Kartheiser in 1998, and Shane West from 1997 to 1999.
The pretty actress is cheerfully married to actor Daniel Gillies. The couple has been married since 2004. They got married in August of that year after dating each other for a long time. Together, they have two great children named Charlotte Easton Gillies born in September 2013 and Theodore Vigo Gillies born in April 2015.
Last Modified: Aug 4, 2020