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(written from a Production point of view)
Rayne was born in Los Angeles, California and won a Young Artist Award in 1995 for her voiceover work in the animated Disney/Pixar film Toy Story. In 1998 she earned two nominations (Young Artist Award and YoungStar Award) for her supporting performance as a young actress in a drama television series in Legacy which starred Brett Cullen and Casey Biggs and featured Lisa Banes.
Rayne has also guest starred in television series such as Roseanne (1992, alongside Clara Bryant), Diagnosis Murder (1994, in an episode directed by Anson Williams), The Pretender (1996, with Lawrence Pressman and directed by Gabrielle Beaumont), Teen Angel (1997, with David Graf), ER (1999, with Cress Williams, Teri Garr, and Lily Mariye), Family Law (2000, with Julie Warner, Christopher McDonald, Gregg Henry, Ken Jenkins, and Jay Leggett), The Practice (2000, in two episodes with Daniel Davis, Bruce Davison, Zach Grenier, Tim Lounibos, Dakin Matthews, Steve Rankin, Michael Spound, Randy Oglesby, and Allan G. Royal), 7th Heaven (1999 and 2001, starring Catherine Hicks and Stephen Collins, and with Maureen Flannigan in the previous one), and Without A Trace (2004, with series regular Enrique Murciano and guest stars Kevin Foster, Michael McGrady, Kate McNeil, John Thaddeus, and Bob Minor).
Among her acting resume are also films such as Dying to Love You (1993, with Milt Tarver, Margot Rose, Jack Shearer, and David L. Crowley), One Woman's Courage (1994, with Keith Szarabajka, Geoffrey Blake, Titus Welliver, Casey Biggs, Marjean Holden, and Ronald R. Rondell), Someone She Knows (1994, with Jeffrey Nordling, Spencer Garrett, Sharon Lawrence, and Page Leong), Lovely (1997), and Spoiler (1998, with Meg Foster, Jeffrey Combs, and John Putch).