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Rachel True has been working for most of the 1990s.She broke into the business with a pair of guest roles on the NBC sitcom The Cosby Show (1984) In 1993, Rachel moved to L.She has learned to embrace her age and made health a priority after the loss of her father Honestly, I don't feel that much different than I did 15 years ago.I still feel like me, so anyone who's afraid of aging or getting older, don't. Now that I'm a grownup, I feel like I want to spread the message to people that there's not really much to be afraid of in terms of aging and if you do, take care of your body and your health.Her career actually began on the set of the groundbreaking sitcom in 1991 when she was chosen as a stand-in Huxtable with other actors who read through a script before the cast recorded the episode. Twenty-five years later she says she learned so much from her experiences yet is astonished by how quickly time has passed. "I don't feel like I just started in the business but it definitely doesn't feel like it's been that long." True, a native of New York City, has appeared in popular TV shows including and to top it off, the ageless True is turning 50 in November."It's kind of crazy because when you first start and you're younger, like, time is so slow and it seems like forever but when you said its 25 years..it? Today, she's into photography, started her blog, Some True Things, and is filming an indie movie called "Limelight." I spoke with Rachel True about her famous roles, embracing her age, limited roles for black actresses of a certain age and the need for representation in entertainment.She made guest appearances on several other television series, including Beverly Hills, 90210 (1990) and Boston Common (1996).Television movies followed, including Moment of Truth: Stalking Back (1993) and A Walton Wedding (1995).
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Following that came the indie flick Nowhere (1997), and then she played Dave Chappelle's romantic interest in Half Baked (1998).
During 1997, she also had a role on the ABC sitcom The Drew Carey Show (1995).
Sometimes I wonder why I'm not working at Mc Donald's and how come I have the life I have.
We know you probably think that that’s a typo, but no, she is 50-years-old.