At 20, RACHAEL LEIGH COOK (Doreen) is well on her way to becoming one of her generation's most talented screen stars with over 15 feature film roles in the last five years, including "Tom & Huck," "Carpool," "The House of Yes," "Living Out Loud," "The Bumblebee Flies Anyway," "Blow Dry" and her starring role opposite Freddy Prince, Jr. in "She's All That."
Cook recently completed the Miramax feature "Texas Rangers," "The Hi-Line," which debuted at the 1999 Sundance Film Festival. She also starred in the independent feature "All I Wanna Do," for Miramax.
Among her television credits are the CBS miniseries "True Women," a CBS movie of the week "Country Justice" and a
Showtime feature, "The Defenders" with Beau Bridges. Last year, she completed a guest star appearance in a two show arc of "Dawson's Creek."
Born in Minnesota, Cook began her career in her first screen assignment at age 14 in the short film "26 Summer Street," for writer/director Peter Syvertsen, which she soon followed with the full-length feature "The Babysitter's Club."
Cook recently wrapped "Anti-Trust," opposite Tim Robbins, and is presently shooting the lead role of Josie in "Josie and the Pussycats." She previously returned from London where she was filming the Miramax feature "Blow Dry," with co-stars Natasha Richardson and Alan Rickman.
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