Welcome to Rachel Bilson Web, your ultimate source for everything Rachel Bilson! You may know Rachel one of her movies such as Jumper, Waiting for Forever or L!fe Happens, but most of all from hit TV series “The O.C.” where she played Summer Roberts for 5 years. Currently Rachel stars in another TV show called “Hart of Dixie” where she plays the role of Dr. Zoe Hart. The goal is bring you all the latest news, photos, videos and much more on Rachel and her career! Don’t hesitate to visit our Photo Gallery which currently contains more than 160,000 photos of miss Bilson. Enjoy your stay and will be back soon. If you have any questions or would like to donate anything feel free to contact me.
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Rachel Bilson has been enjoying a successful and continually developing acting career in television, feature films, and on the stage.
After playing parts in Bye, Bye, Birdie, Once Upon a Mattress, and The Crucible, Bilson moved on to co-starring roles in television series such as Human Target, It's True, 8 Simple Rules, and Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Bilson has also appeared in the feature films Unbroken, Jumper and The Last Kiss.
As of 2008, she lives in Los Angeles, California. She is best known as Summer Roberts on The O.C. (2003-2007).
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