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25 November 2012
A Celebration Of Rachel Grant

By: Anders Frejdh
Published:
2011-12-03
Rachel grant die another day
Rachel Grant, martial artist and actress who appeared as Bond girl in Die Another Day (2002), celebrates her 35th birthday.

With this page, we would like to send our personal wishes to Miss Grant on this special day.

"Dear Rachel, happy birthday and much love from Sweden."

About Rachel Grant - official biography published with all rights reserved:
Rachel Grant is best known for her role as Bond girl Peaceful Fountains of Desire, Bond’s would-be assassin posing as a masseuse in the James Bond film Die Another Day. More recently she starred in the Italian film The African Game (2009) and plays Lina Sofia in the eagerly anticipated action flick The Tournament (2009) with Ving Rhames and Robert Carlyle. Rachel’s credits further include Until Death (2007) with Stephen Rea and Jean Claude Van Damme and The Purifiers (2004) with Kevin McKidd.

Rachel has guest starred in numerous British television shows including Masters of Combat (2001), Blue Murder (2003), Casualty (2004), Zero to Hero (2004), Murder in Suburbia (2005), Starhyke (2009) and Rajan and His Evil Hynotists (2005). However most might remember Rachel as Nina in Sci-Fright (1999) on the Sci-Fi channel, becoming their most watched TV show.

Rachel has also starred in several high-profile TV advertising campaigns, including Carlsberg and Galaxy. She appeared in one of the world’s most successful commercial campaigns ever - the Axe/Lynx Pulse ‘Make Luv’ TV advert which started a whole new dance craze and spawned a massive number one hit in the UK, Europe and Asia.

Her help with various charities include Cancer Research UK, WSPA and her family’s The Padua Charitable Fund, which helps build houses, hospitals and schools in poor areas in the Philippines.

Rachel currently lives and travels between Los Angeles and London.

Trivia: Rachel Grant has an IQ of 140.

photo above © 2002 Rex Features. All rights reserved.
Rachel Grant at the world premiere of Die Another Day, Royal Albert Hall, London, November 18, 2002. (The editor of FSWL was there too.)

For more information about Rachel Grant's career and life achievements, visit her website:

www.rachelgrant.com

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