Today, on The Dead Life, I have an exciting guest for you all! Rachel True, one of the star actresses from the iconic movie The Craft is here to tell us about her journey! What was it like filming The Craft? And what has she been doing since she shot to fame in the movie?
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Rachel True

In 1996, True landed her breakthrough role as Rochelle Zimmerman in the supernatural horror film, The Craft, where she played a member of a teenage coven.[5][6] True stated that she had to “fight” to audition for the part and was actively going up against her future co-stars Fairuza Balk, Neve Campbell and Robin Tunney. Her role was originally written for a white actress, but that didn’t deter her from auditioning.[7][8] In 1997, she starred in the comedy-drama film, Nowhere alongside James Duval, the film received mixed reviews from critics.[9][10] The following year, True starred as Dave Chappelle’s romantic interest in the comedy film, Half Baked. Also from 1997 to 1998, she also had the recurring role of Janet Clemens on The Drew Carey Show. From 1999 to 2000, she appeared in the ABC drama series, Once and Again.