Jazz Raycole is an actress who began her career in entertainment early, entering into dance competitions at the young age of four. In 1995, at age seven, she made her film debut, first as the voice of a puppy in the family drama "Babe," which starred a talking pig protagonist, followed by her role as Onika Harris in the female-bonding romantic comedy "Waiting to Exhale." Over the latter half of the '90s, Raycole appeared on several sitcoms, including "Ellen" and "Malcolm & Eddie." In 2001, she landed the role of Claire Kyle, the middle child of the Kyle family on the comedy "My Wife and Kids," which starred and was co-created by comic entrepreneur Damon Wayans. Raycole left the show after the first season--with the exception of one return appearance in the second--reportedly due to her mother's concerns about her exposure to the pregnancy of a character who was a friend of Claire's; Jennifer Freeman replaced Raycole in the role for the remainder of the series. Between 2005 and 2008, Raycole played two recurring characters: Lisa, on the Chris Rock-created comedy "Everybody Hates Chris," and Allison Hawkins, over 13 episodes of "Jericho," the Skeet Ulrich-starring action drama. In 2010, Raycole was cast as one of the stars of the Andy Fickman television comedy "Patito feo," and landed the recurring role of Paige on the comedy series "First Day."