American actress, model, voice actor and producer Rachael Leigh Cook visited Habbo Hotel on the 13th of June 2007 to promote her new film, Nancy Drew.
You can read the Habbo news article here which promoted her visit.
The Habbo News Article
One of the most talented young actresses in Hollywood checked into Habbo's theatredome on June 13, 2007 Rachael Leigh Cook’s beauty and versatility combine to establish her as one of the most talented young actresses in Hollywood. She is starring in Warner Bros. feature film Nancy Drew in which her character, Jane Brighton, is the subject of Nancy Drew’s most pressing case. Cook also stars in the upcoming baseball saga, The Final Season opposite Sean Astin. Scheduled to be released in 2007, the film is based on the true story of the Norway, Iowa championship baseball team’s tale of struggle against insurmountable odds. Cook plays Astin’s love interest, Polly Hudson. In addition, Rachael just completed filming the feature All Hat which centers around the world of Canadian horse-racing and is based on the novel by Brad Smith. She stars as the rough and tough horse jockey, Chrissie. Also to come is Rachael’s performance as Haley in Sony Pictures feature film “Blonde Ambition”, starring opposite Jessica Simpson and Luke Wilson.
Rachael’s memorable and riveting performance in a 1998 anti-heroin “kitchen smashing” public service announcement (“This is your brain...”) led to her first starring role in Miramax’s breakout hit She’s All That, an the enchanting teen comedy costarring Freddie Prinze Jr. Rachael next put her comedic ability to work in the title role of aspiring rock star Josie McCoy in Universal’s Josie and the Pussycats, alongside Parker Posey and Rosario Dawson.
Continuing to lend her talent to notable films, Rachael starred with Hilary Swank and Colin Hanks in New Line’s dark comedy 11:14, and alongside Sylvester Stallone in Get Carter. She also starred in The Big Empty opposite John Favreau, and the romantic comedy Blow Dry with Josh Hartnett. In Living Out Loud with Danny De Vito, Cook played the younger version of Holly Hunter’s character and in the House of Yes she portrayed a younger version of Parker Posey’s character Jackie-O.
Cook’s other starring roles include the film The Hi-Line, which was featured in competition at the Sundance Film Festival, and the drama Stateside as a schizophrenic actress Dori Lawrence, opposite Jonathan Tucker. Early on, Cook impressed a younger crowd with her role in The Baby-Sitter’s Club and as Becky Thatcher alongside Jonathan Taylor Thomas and Brad Renfro in Tom and Huck.
On the small screen, Rachael also dazzled in the role of Clara Wheeler for Steven Spielberg and TNT’s award-winning mini series, Into the West.Rachael currently resides in Los Angeles, CA with husband, actor Daniel Gillies, their two dogs and two cats. To check out more on Rachael go to her official site at 'www.rachaelleighcook.net'