Rachael Leigh Cook
Born on October 4, 1979 in Minneapolis, Minnesota, Rachael Leigh Cook started breaking her way to film making since she was ten. As the majority of the actresses she began modeling first; she advertised the products of Target and Milk-Bone. Cook is also known from the commercial series called "this is your brain on drugs", playing a teen-girl under effect of heroine. When she was fourteen, she took an audition for 26 Summer Street, a short, and got the role. Cook's next part was in The Baby-Sitters Club since that she decided that her favorite genre to act was a family comedy. 1999 was a breakout year for Cook as she starred together with Freddie Prinze Jr. in "She's All That", an adaptation of Pygmalion. Oriented on teen and pre-teen audience the film won multitude of awards, Cook alone won three awards as the best actress. Year 2001 was a fruitful one for a young actress as she starred in four films simultaneously: Josie and the Pussycats, Antitrust, Texas Rangers and Blow Dry. Nevertheless, all these blockbusters didn't seem to bring satisfaction to Cook, as well as popularity and fame. So, currently an actress is more oriented on short series and family films. Her recent movies are The Big Empty and My First Wedding; and she was seen in Molly Sims and Las Vegas series.