'Moriah's Lighthouse' on Hallmark: Rachelle Lefevre played a vampire in two 'Twilight Saga' films
Based on a book series by Serena B Miller, Hallmark's upcoming movie titled 'Moriah's Lighthouse' follows the story of Moriah, a carpentry artist living in a French town near the sea, who dreams of reviving a local lighthouse. However, Ben, an American architect who arrives in town, has the potential to ruin her ambitions. As Moriah and Ben fall in love, they discover they have a tragic past in common - a past that must be reconciled before they can be together.
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What was Rachelle Lefevre first movie?
Lefevre was discovered while waiting tables by a Canadian film producer, who helped the ambitious actress land her first acting role. Lefevre subsequently relocated to Los Angeles, where she landed a recurring part on the television series 'What About Brian'. When Lefevre was a youngster working at a Montreal sushi restaurant, a regular client heard about her acting ambitions and connected her with a casting director. This resulted in her auditioning for a part in a Canadian sitcom. She didn't get the role but received a call back from the casting director, which lead to her role in the Canadian TV series 'Big Wolf on Campus' in 1999, where she portrayed the role of Stacey Hanson.
She featured in multiple episodes of David E Kelley's 2004 smash 'Boston Legal' which led her to the main part in his 2008 US version of BBC blockbuster 'Life on Mars' (2008). She also appeared in 'Electric Dreams', Amazon's 10-episode anthology series from Ronald D Moore, Michael Dinner, Bryan Cranston, and Sony Pictures TV, in addition to joining the cast of 'Mary Kills People' for a special guest star arc in season two. Lefevre gained popularity after appearing in the first two of 'The Twilight Saga' films where she played the role of a vampire named Victoria alongside Robert Pattinson and Kristen Stewart.
Who is Rachelle Lefevre's spouse?
Rachelle Lefevre is married to chef Chris Crary. In 2013, she began dating Chris Crary. The pair exchanged vows in a private ceremony at Leland in 2018. For those who don't know, the competent chef currently works as a culinary director at 1 Resort Nashville.
Lefevre was born in Montreal, Quebec, Canada. Her father was an English teacher and her mother was a psychologist. Her maternal grandparents are Jewish, while her father's family hails from France and Northern Ireland. Her parents are rabbis. Lefevre identifies as Jewish and was reared in a non-denominational home. She is the youngest of three sisters and speaks both English and French, however, she grew up speaking English most of the time.
Lefevre went to Centennial Academy, a private high school, and then attended Dawson College to study creative arts. She spent two summers studying drama at the Walnut Hill School in Natick, Massachusetts, before enrolling at McGill University to pursue a degree in education and literature. Since 2009, Lefevre has served as a national spokesman for Best Friends Animal Society, an organization dedicated to animal welfare. She has been on the board of the Environmental Media Association since 2010, working to raise climate change awareness and action. She and her husband celebrity chef Chris Crary live in Los Angeles with their children and a rescue dog.
What is Rachelle Lefevre net worth?
According to sources, as of 2022, the current estimated net worth of Rachelle Lefevre is $1.5 million. She owns a house in New York, United States. She made her debut in 1999 and has since appeared in a slew of films and television shows, that have contributed to her fortune.
'Moriah's Lighthouse' will release on Saturday, June 18, 2022, at 8/7c on the Hallmark Channel.