2007 American Pie Presents Beta House (Video)
Rachel Skarsten plays Sharon
Lutzy Erik Stifler is only accepted to the party animals' Beta frat as legacy of their wildest thing, his cousin Dwight. Still, Eric and his buddies Mike 'Cooze' Coozeman, Jake Parker and even fat Bobby do well in Beta's alternative hazing, a series of mostly fun to do and/or horny challenges. The lusciously housed, now most prestigious geeks frat and their president Edgar still are the butt of too many 'pranks', so he declares war and proves brains and money make dangerous adversaries. Ultimately this leads to a revival of the long-banned, lecherous Greek Olympiad, to be chaired by the last winner, Noah Levenstein.
Rachel Skarsten plays Brigitte.
Bob "Bungler" Bugler is the celestial coach called in to assist struggling pitcher Eddie Everett. Laurel finds her prayers answered when a flock of outrageous angelic teammates crash her father's roster for what may be their best season yet.
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THE FAMOUS JETT JACKSON - TV SERIES
Rachel Skarsten as Mickey Twitty.
S01E03 Vootle-Muck-a-Heev. After having spent years in California working as the TV action hero Silverstone, Jett Jackson decides to move the show to his hometown in hopes of pursuing a more normal life.
Jewel (TV Movie) 2001.
Rachel Skarsten as Raylene Hilburn (Age 14)
In 1945, Jewel Hilburn (Farrah Fawcett), 39, and her husband Leston (Patrick Bergin), 41, are scratching out a living in rural Mississippi, and caring for their four children: Raylene (Rachel Skarsten), 14; Burton (Kyle Fairlie), 11; Wilman (Max Morrow), 10; and Annie (Alexis Vandermaelen), 3. All Jewel's kids have been mid-wived by her friend and housekeeper, Cathedral (Cicely Tyson).
Jewel Hilburn gives birth to daughter Brenda Kay, a Down's baby who will forever be challenged both mentally and physically. Urged by the local authorities to surrender Brenda Kay to an institution, Jewel defies the "experts" and packs herself and her family off to Los Angeles, where she hopes that her daughter will have a better chance at a normal life. But in her zeal to shower affection and attention on her "different little girl", Jewel sorely strains her relationships with her husband Leston and her other four kids.