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Rachel McAdams Movie List

Rachel McAdams is a celebrity actress who was encouraged by her drama teacher to audition to be a drama major, even though she thought it was “a bit of a joke.” Her first professional acting work was on the Disney series “The Famous Jet Jackson.” It took another 6 years for her breakthrough role in the hit movie “Mean Girls,” which she followed with another successful role in the movie “The Notebook.” Her career has certainly taken off since these successful movies and she looks to have a very successful career ahead of her. The following list contains the movies that Rachel McAdams has acted in during her career so far.

Move Title/Year/Character

Passion 2012 Christine
To the Wonder 2012 Jane
The Vow 2012 Paige
Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows 2011 Irene Adler
Midnight in Paris 2011 Inez
Morning Glory 2010 Becky Fuller
Sherlock Holmes 2009 Irene Adler
The Time Traveler’s Wife 2009 Clare Abshire
State of Play 2009 Della Frye
The Lucky Ones 2008 Colee Dunn
Married Life 2007 Kay Nesbitt
The Family Stone 2005 Amy Stone
Red Eye 2005 Lisa Reisert
Wedding Crashers 2005 Claire Cleary
The Notebook 2004 Allie
Mean Girls 2004 Regina George
The Hot Chick 2002 Jessica
Perfect Pie 2002 Patsy (at age 15)
My Name Is Tanino 2002 Sally Garfield
Guilt by Association 2002 Danielle
Shotgun Love Dolls 2001 Beth

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(2) Comments

  1. Rachel McAdams reminds me very much of the lady who played Steve Martin’s daughter in a movie, where she & her mom are in hospital delivering babies at same time. Name the movie & the actress who played Steve Martin’s daughter in that movie!!!

  2. I presume you are thinking of “Father of the Bride Part II”. The daughter was played by Kimberly Williams, who later married and now goes by Williams-Paisley.

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