Rachael Crawford

Rachael Crawford (born c. 1969 in Toronto, Ontario, Canada) is an actress best known for her roles in Brewster Place,[1][2] Here and Now,[3] and Show Me Yours, as well as guest appearances on various television series such as Cold Squad, Crossing Jordan, and more recently The Firm and Suits.

Rachael Crawford
Born1969 (age 51–52)
Other namesRachel Crawford
Years active1986–present



Year Title Role Notes
1995 Rude Maxine
1995 When Night Is Falling Petra Soft
1995 Curtis's Charm Cookie
1997 Pale Saints Valdine
1998 Kai Rabe gegen die Vatikankiller Maskenbildnerin
2003 The Sacrifice Fortuneteller Short film
2005 The Man Dara Vann
2009 Chains Chain Short film
2017 Brown Girl Begins Crack


Year Title Role Notes
1986 9B Jenny Wevers TV film
1987 Adderly Lucinda Episode: "Who Do, Voodoo"
1988 9B Jenny Wevers Recurring role (5 episodes)
1988 T. and T. Renee Regular role (24 episodes)
1988 Friday the 13th: The Series Stacy Episode: "The Voodoo Mambo"
1989 E.N.G. Janice Roberts Episode: "E.N.G. Pilot: Part 1"
1990 E.N.G. Janice Roberts Episode: "All Things Betray Thee"
1990 Brewster Place Melanie "Kiswana" Browne Main role (11 episodes)
1990 On Thin Ice: The Tai Babilonia Story Tai Babilonia TV film
1992-1993 Here and Now Danielle Main role (13 episodes)
1994 Treacherous Beauties Lois Parsons TV film
1994 Free Willy Marlene TV series
1996 Side Effects Viki Episode: "Easy Breathing"
1996 Captive Heart: The James Mink Story Mary Mink TV film
1996 We the Jury Warnicke TV film
1997 The Outer Limits Sherry McAllister Episode: "Dark Rain"
1997 In His Father's Shoes Celeste TV film
1997-1999 Between Brothers Teri Main role (17 episodes)
1998 Twitch City Expert Episode: "People Who Fight Too Much"
1998-2000 Traders Niko Bach Main role (35 episodes)
1999 Love Songs Sheron TV film
1999 Nightworld: Survivor Kat Holden TV film
1999 Hoop Life Paula Lyons Episodes: "Rookie", "Of Human Bondage", "The Trade-Off"
2000 Earth: Final Conflict Samira Farid Episode: "Scorched Earth"
2000 Falcone Mrs. Patterson Episodes: "Lealta", "That's Amore", "You Can't Always Get What You Want"
200 Dirty Pictures Ann Bosworth TV film
2001 Soul Food Rhonda Episode: "This Crazy Life"
2001 Cold Squad Dr. Barbara Whittaker Episode: "Vancouver Confidential"
2002 The Associates Suzanne Erikkson Episode: "Take This Job..."
2002 Crossing Jordan Samantha Reid Episode: "With Honor"
2002 Red Skies Nicole TV film
2002 Hell on Heels: The Battle of Mary Kay Annika Kern TV film
2004 Mutant X Samantha Bennett Episode: "Possibilities"
2004-2005 Show Me Yours Dr. Kate Langford Main role (16 episodes)
2005 CSI: Miami Beth Jacobson Episode: "Three-Way"
2006 Last Exit Catherine Vargas TV film
2008 The Trojan Horse Colleen Howell TV miniseries
2008 The Summit Robin Levy TV miniseries
2008 Sophie Kim Episodes: "Who's Your Daddy?", "Bursting Balloons"
2009 Sophie Kim Episodes: "Trust or Bust", "Wedding Bell Blues"
2009 'Da Kink in My Hair Cheryl Episode: "Licks!"
2009 Guns Eva Innis TV miniseries
2009 Being Erica Alexis Episodes: "Under My Thumb", "A River Runs Through It... It Being Egypt"
2009 Cra$h & Burn Catherine Hearn Episodes: "Trust", "The Boss Is Coming"
2011 Republic of Doyle Dr. Jennifer Sullivan Episode: "Crashing on the Couch"
2011 The Listener Emily Miller Episode: "Inner Circle"
2011 Call Me Fitz Laverne Episodes: "A** Hickey", "Dysfunctional Family Circus", "How Do You Say 'Blow Job' in Pennsylvania Dutch?"
2011-2012 Alphas Jeannie Harken Recurring role (6 episodes)
2012 King Dr. Rausch Episode: "Freddy Boise"
2012 The Firm Dianne Ruckeyser Recurring role (6 episodes)
2012 Suits Ella Fullman Episode: "All In"
2014 Continuum Catherine 7 episodes
2014 Aaliyah: The Princess of R&B Diane Haughton TV film
2015 Hello, it's me Ericka TV Movie
2015-2016 This Life Danielle Berg 12 episodes
2016 Heartland Natalie 2 episodes
2017 Incorporated Mrs. Morse 2 episodes
2017 The Expanse Admiral Pena 2 episodes
2017 Private Eyes Emila Mantella 1 episode
2017 Tin Star Dr. Susan Bouchard 1 episode


  1. ^ LLC, New York Media (1990-05-07). New York Magazine. New York Media, LLC.
  2. ^ O'Connor, John J. (1990-05-01). "Review/Television; Show About Black People, With Winfrey in Charge". The New York Times. ISSN 0362-4331. Retrieved 2020-04-27.
  3. ^ Williams, Dawn P. (2002). Who's who in Black Canada: Black Success and Black Excellence in Canada : a Contemporary Directory, 2002. Who's Who in Black Canada. ISBN 978-0-9731384-1-2.

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