Rachael Leigh Cook
Birth Name: Rachael Leigh Cook
Birth Place: Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA
Born on Oct. 4, 1979 in Minneapolis, MN into a solid middle class family, Cook began modeling at age 10 for Target and Milk-Bone dog biscuits campaigns. While attending Minneapolis South High School, the ambitious teen began auditioning for acting roles, making her film debut in the short, "26 Summer Street" (1994) and gaining national notoriety for a memorable public service announcement for the Partnership for a Drug-Free America, which produced the famous This Is Your Brain on Drugs ads. In her PSA, Cook demonstrated the debilitating effects of heroin on mind, body and family by smashing an egg in a frying pan before destroying the entire kitchen, ending the ad with the famed tagline, "An...
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