Rachel Anne McAdams Biography Age and Career

Rachel Anne McAdams is an actress from Canada, United States. She is a graduate of Theatre program from York University class of 2001. Rachel is an award winning actor having worked in a Canadian film production and television. Among the films she has participated in include, Perfect Pie in 2002 for which she got a nomination to Gemini Award, comical film My Name is Tanino and Slings and Arrows a comedy series that ran from 2003 to 2005. From the Slings and Arrows Rachel McAdams won the Gemini Award.

Rachel McAdams became famous in 2004 from comedy film Mean Girls and the film drama The Notebook, a romantic film. During her old days as a child, Rachel was a skater and discovered her acting interest at the age of 12. In Mean Girls, she was playing a breakout role. She developed romantic film in 2005 Wedding Crashers, Red Eye and The Family Stone. Rachel McAdams was praised by the media and attained a BAFTA nomination award as the Rising Star.

Rachel Anne McAdams was born in 17th November 1978, in London, Canada. Born to parents Lance McAdams and Sandra McAdams, her siblings being Daniel McAdams and Kayleen McAdams. She got engaged to Jamie Linden in 2016 unto now and together have one son. Jamie Linden is a screenwriter and a partner to Rachel in acting world. Rachel McAdams net worth is $25 million. She attended Myrtle Street Public School proceeded to Central Elgin College Institute.

Rachel Anne McAdams Biography, Age and Career

Rachel McAdams never rose to become a movie star because by then the female studios was getting to be endangered species and came to be known in 2004. Her last public appearance was on 2017 during the promotional videos for the first Food and Water Campaign, volunteered to work for Habitat for Humanity. Rachel has a big heart for humanity and helping the community. In 2005, she went to Louisiana and Mississippi to assist on clean up efforts. Her visit was after the Hurricane Katrina and have partnered with several charitable organizations.

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