Rachelle Lefevre has been enjoying a busy schedule this past year that includes starring in a primetime series, a pilot, promoting her first French language film, appearing in an indie feature and lending her voice to her first animated film. Her television credits include starring roles in “A Gifted Man,” on the Network, and “Off the Map.” She had recurring arcs on “Boston Legal,” “What about Brian” and “Swingtown,” on the Network. Lefevre will be seen in two upcoming features, “White House Down” and “Homefront.” Most recently, she wrapped filming “Pawn Shop Chornicles” and lent her voice as the female lead in her first full-length animated feature “Sarila.” Her other feature film credits include “The Caller,” “Barney’s Version,” “Casino Jack,” “Twilight,” “Twilight: New Moon,” “Confessions of a Dangerous Mind” as well as the independent film “Fugitive Pieces” and the television mini-series “The Summit.” An avid animal rights activist, Lefevre is a national spokesperson for the Best Friends Animal Society and their “Puppies Aren't Product's" campaign, which educates and encourages people to rescue animals rather than buy them. Her billboards have appeared around L.A. and N.Y., including Times Square. She is also passionately involved with Environment California and is on the Young Hollywood Board of the Environmental Media Association, which includes projects such as bringing organic gardens to L.A.’s public schools and successfully lobbying government officials to ban plastic bags in L.A. and in cities throughout California. She resides in Los Angeles and her birthdate is Feb. 1. She can be followed on Twitter @RachelleLefevre.