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Rachelle Lefevre stars in "A Gifted Man" on CBS as Kate.

Lefevre previously starred in ABC's "Off the Map" as Ryan Clark, one of the young doctors that staff the medical clinic. Clark is courageous and outspoken but harbors a mysterious past which comes to light as stories unfold. 

On the big screen, Lefevre recently starred with Kevin Spacey in the movie "Casino Jack," and next to Paul Giamatti and Dustin Hoffman in "Barney's Version," adapted from the novel by acclaimed author Mordecai Richler.
Rachelle Lefevre in "Off the Map"
Rachelle Lefevre Off the Map
Nominated for a Golden Globe, the latter movie recounts the ways in which the life of Barney (Giamatti) is forever altered by the three women he marries. Lefevre stars as Clara, the young, troubled and ultimately suicidal feminist poet who becomes his first wife.

Lefevre also stars in the upcoming psychological thriller "The Caller" opposite Stephen Moyer. In the film, Lefevre's character Mary Kee is a woman trying to regain her strength after an abusive relationship and becomes tormented by mysterious phone calls from the past.

Lefevre was recently seen on the big screen in the international blockbusters "Twilight" and "New Moon," based on the first and second books in the best-selling series by Stephanie Meyer. In the films, Lefevre plays Victoria, the ruthless, flame-haired vampire hell-bent on revenge against Kristen Stewart's heroine, Bella.

Lefevre also starred opposite Stephen Dillane and Rosamund Pike in "Fugitive Pieces," adapted from the international bestseller by Anne Michaels, directed by Jeremy Podeswa and produced by Robert Lantos. The film, set in the aftermath of WWII, opened the 2007 Toronto International Film Festival. Lefevre also played a lead role as Detective Annie Cartwright in David E. Kelley's adaptation of the BBC hit "Life on Mars." The drama revolves around a detective who finds himself transported back to 1972. She was also seen on the small screen again in the miniseries "The Summit." This political thriller revolves around a terrorist threat at a G8 Summit in Toronto, with Lefevre playing the Canadian Prime Minister's activist daughter.

Recent television credits for Lefevre include the role of Matt Davis' recurring love interest Heather on "What About Brian" and appearances on "CSI: NY," "How I Met Your Mother," "Bones," "The Closer" and "Boston Legal." She also starred in the comedies "Life on a Stick" and "Pool Guys," a pilot.

Born and raised in Montreal, Quebec, Lefevre got her big break in show business when she secured her first audition with the help of a loyal customer at the sushi restaurant where she worked. The job was a part on the Fox Family Channel series "Big Wolf on Campus." Though Lefevre had no film or television credits to her name and used a Polaroid picture as her headshot, the producers called her back for a second audition. She landed a lead role.

Other television credits include the telefilms "Picking Up and Dropping Off," with Scott Wolf, "See Jane Date" and "The Legend of Butch and Sundance," with Lefevre playing the character originated by Katherine Ross in the classic film.

On the big screen, Lefevre starred opposite Ed Burns in "The River King," based on the book by Alice Hoffman. Lefevre also starred in the independent film "Hatley High," which was honored with directing and writing awards at the HBO Comedy Arts Festival. Other big screen credits include "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," in which she played Tuvia, Chuck Barris' grown-up childhood crush; "Stardom"; the Canadian indie "Pure"; and the short "The Big Thing," which received awards at multiple film festivals. The actress made her professional stage debut as Mary in the off-Broadway favorite, "Vanities."

An avid animal rights activist, Lefevre is the national spokesperson for the Best Friends Animal Society and their "Puppies Aren't Products" campaign that educates and encourages people to adopt rather then shop for a pet. She is also passionately involved with the literacy organization, School on Wheels, and is an Ambassador for the Cure with The Susan G Komen Foundation.

She enjoys travel, rock climbing, horseback riding and scuba diving.

Lefevre currently resides in Los Angeles.

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Age: 37 years old
Birthday: February 1, 1979
Height: 5' 6"
Full Name / Real Name: Rachelle Marie Lefevre
Birthplace: Montreal, Qu├ębec, Canada
Current Residence: Los Angeles, CA

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