Top 20 Jews In The Arts - Rachelle Lefevre


Barney's Version and Off The Map star, Rachelle Lefevre, sits down with ShalomLife.


By: ASHLEY BAYLEN  
Published: April 19th 2011
in Culture » Movies

Rachelle LeFevre

 

What are you better at than most other people you know?

 

Talking.

 

What is your biggest weakness?

 

Listening.

 

Do you have any vices?

 

Red wine, chocolate and warm bread and butter.

 

Is there a quote or motto that you live by?

 

The entire poem “Invictus.” It’s tattooed on the inside of my left wrist.

 

If you could work with a specific person, who would it be?

 

Cate Blanchett, Aaron Sorkin and David Fincher.

 

Tell us something about yourself we might be surprised to hear.

 

Given how social I am people are always surprised to find out how much I like and need to be alone. Movies, dinner, shopping, reading in a café…I date myself!!!

 

How would you describe your personal style?

 

Casual, eclectic, comfortable.

 

What is your favorite song to sing?

 

Anything Broadway.

 

Where is your primary residence? Do you consider this place "home"?

 

LA is my “primary residence” but “home” is always wherever my suitcases are.

 

Who's your favourite author?

 

Dorothy Parker, Edna St. Vincent Millay, Oscar Wilde.

 

Do you watch reality TV?

 

Nope.

 

Do you prefer road trips or flying?

 

Road Trips!!!

 

What one word would you use to describe yourself?

 

Loud.

 

What item do you never leave your house without?

 

 Lip balm.

 

Tea or coffee? From where?

 

Both. I’m obsessed with David’s Tea and I don’t buy coffee beans that aren’t fair trade or organic. There’s a spot in LA called The Commissary that I go to almost everyday. If you ever see me in a Starbucks it’s because I’M DESPERATE; their coffee is disgusting and what they do to the industry is criminal. I can’t get over how popular it is.

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