Rachel Bilson was most recently seen in Season 5 of the CMT series Nashville where she played Alyssa Green, a Silicon Valley marketing expert. From 2011–2015, she starred as Dr. Zoe Hart in four seasons of The CW series Hart of Dixie, a fish-out-of-water story about a New York City doctor adjusting to life in a small Southern town after she inherits a local medical practice. She also starred as Constance Kopp in an episode from Season 4 of Drunk History.
Her film credits include The To Do List, opposite Bill Hader and Aubrey Plaza. She also starred as the female lead in Waiting for Forever as well as in Jumper for 20th Century Fox Studios; L!fe Happens, opposite Kate Bosworth; The Last Kiss, with Zach Braff and directed by Tony Goldwyn for Paramount; and opposite Andy Garcia in a film comprised of a series of shorts called New York, I Love You. She also appeared twice as a guest star on the television series How I Met Your Mother as well as Josh Schwartz's Chuck.
Bilson became an integral part of pop culture due to her series regular role on the very popular television show The O.C. for four seasons.
She also had guest-starring roles in television series such as That '70s Show, Mad TV, 8 Simple Rules and Buffy the Vampire Slayer.