Rachel True is an American actor, tarot-card reader, and former model, best known for playing ‘Rochelle,’ one of the four skirt-clad witches in Andrew Fleming’s cult-favorite teenage horror film ‘The Craft.’ She is also known for her performance in independent films such as ‘Nowhere’ and for her memorable roles in titles such as ‘Half Baked’ and sitcoms such as ‘Half & Half.’ She recently became vocal about the subtle racism prevalent in Hollywood and how it affected her career in the industry, after at least one public convention booked all three of her ‘The Craft’ co-stars for their event but chose to ignore her blatantly. “Sounds about white,” she remarked in a ‘Twitter’ post, which heralded her protest. She clarified that this had not been the first time she had been left out of events related to the film, recalling an ‘MTV’ awards show where all three other actors of the film were on stage, presenting an award, while she sat haplessly among the audience, uninvited. “Being left out of these events didn’t just hurt ego,” she posted, “it had a direct effect on POC (people of color) actors pocket books & public profiles & level of celebrity.” The media attention due to her habit of calling things out seems to have prompted some organizers such as ‘Monster-Mania Con,’ Cherry Hill, New Jersey, to have her join her fellow “witches” at their March 2019 event. However, True has not since minced her words about her experience in Los Angeles. “Hollywood made it clear I was not the leading lady but her quirky best friend,” she once remarked.