Rachelle Lefevre plays Ryan Clark on Off the Map.
In 2009 Lefevre starred in the record-breaking hit "New Moon" (the sequel to international blockbuster "Twilight"), reprising her "Twilight" role as Victoria, the ruthless, flame-haired vampire who is bent on revenge. She made her film debut in George Clooney's "Confessions of a Dangerous Mind," and went on to star in the risqué comedy "American Summer," opposite Matthew Lillard and Tom Arnold, and in the emotional drama "Fugitive Pieces."
Originally from Montreal, Canada, Lefevre moved to Los Angeles when she landed the female lead in the FOX comedy series "Life on a Stick." Other television credits include the CBS series "Swingtown," the CBC/BBC produced miniseries "The Summit," as well as ABC's "What About Brian" and the legal drama "The Deep End." She also recurred on the critically acclaimed series "Boston Legal" as Jerry's love interest, Dana Strickland, a role David E. Kelley wrote specifically for her.
As an avid animal rights activist, Lefevre is the national spokesperson for the Best Friends Animal Society and their "Puppies Aren't Products" campaign that educates and encourages people to adopt and not shop for a pet. She is also passionately involved with the literacy organization School on Wheels and is an Ambassador for the Cure with The Susan G Komen Foundation.
Lefevre enjoys rock climbing, horseback riding and scuba diving, and fulfills her passion for traveling when she can. When not shooting "Off the Map" in Hawaii, she resides in Los Angeles with her best friend and dog, Jack.