Lacey Chabert Wiki, Height, Age, Boyfriend, Husband, Family, Biography & More

Lacey Chabert

Lacey Chabert is an established American actress who is best known for starring in the films Not Another Teen Movie (2001), and Mean Girls (2004), and the television series Party of Five (1994–2000). She struck stardom with the telefilms All of My Heart: Inn Love (2017), Love, Romance & Chocolate (2019), Christmas Waltz (2020), etc., which premiered on Hallmark Channel.

Wiki/Biography

Lacey Chabert was born on Thursday, September 30, 1982 (age 38 years; as of 2020), in Purvis, Mississippi. Her zodiac sign is Libra.

Childhood picture of Lacey Chabert with her father

Childhood picture of Lacey Chabert with her father

In an interview, while sharing her childhood memories, she said,

First thing in the morning, Mom would open the back door and we’d dash out, making forts, dreaming up shows…I would put on plays and musicals with my two older sisters and younger brother. We’d invite our grandparents, hand out programs, even serve snacks.”

Physical Appearance

Height (approx.): 5′ 2″

Hair Color: Dark Brown

Eye Color: Light Brown

Lacey Chabert

Family & Ethinicity

Her father is of French Cajun descent who hails from Louisiana. [1]Vibe Chat She follows Christianity. [2]Bustle

Parents & Siblings

Her father, Tony Chabert worked offshore for an oil company, and her mother’s name is Julie Chabert. She has three siblings; two sisters, Crissy Chabert Taylor, and Wendy Chabert, and a brother, T.J. Chabert.

Lacey Chabert with her father

Lacey Chabert with her father

Lacey Chabert with her brother

Lacey Chabert with her brother

Lacey Chabert with her sisters

Lacey Chabert with her sisters

Relationships, Husband & Children

On December 22, 2013, Lacey Chabert secretly got married to her longtime boyfriend, David Nehdar. In 2014, she posted a tweet that read,

I’m starting off 2014 as a Mrs! Over the holidays, my best friend and love of my life we became husband & wife! #soblessed #love.”

Together, Lacey and David have a daughter, Julia Mimi Bella Nehdar.

Lacey Chabert with her daughter

Lacey Chabert with her daughter

Career

Since childhood, she was inclined towards acting and secured herself a role in a cough syrup commercial at a very young age. At the age of seven, before making her debut on the big screen, she played the role of Cosette in the Broadway musical ‘Les Misérables’ for two years.

Telefilm

Lacey Chabert made her telefilm debut with A Little Piece of Heaven (1991) in which she played the role of Princess, aka ‘Hazal.’ Later, she gained popularity when she started appearing in a series of Hallmark Channel’s telefilms. She starred in Hallmark’s film series All of My Heart (2015-2018) in which she played the role of Jenny Fintley, a young woman who inherits a house in Bucks County and develops an unexpected friendship with her co-owner.

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Lacey Chabert in All of My Heart: Inn Love (2017)

In 2017, she appeared in ‘The Sweetest Christmas’ as Kylie Watson, a struggling pastry chef who is thrilled to learn that she has made it to the finals of the American Gingerbread Competition.

Lacey Chabert in The Sweetest Christmas (2017)

In 2019, she played the role of ‘Emma’ in the film ‘Love, Romance and Chocolate,’ which premiered as a part of the Valentine’s Day countdown on the Hallmark channel. The storyline of the film revolves around the budding romance between Emma Colvin, an accountant who takes a solo trip to Belgium after her breakup, and Luc Simon, a renowned chocolatier.

Lacey Chabert in Love, Romance and Chocolate (2019)

In 2020, she appeared in the film ‘Christmas Waltz’ in which she played the role of ‘Avery,’ a perfectionist who decides to step out of her comfort zone and take the dance lessons that had been scheduled for her wedding.

Lacey Chabert in Christmas Waltz (2020)

Other Hallmark telefilms in which she appeared include Moonlight in Vermont (2017), Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe (2018), and Love on Safari (2018).

Television

Lacey Chabert made her television debut in 1992 with ‘All My Children’ in which she played the role of Bianca Montgomery. She rose to prominence with the Golden Globe Award-winning drama series Party of Five (1994–2000) in which she played one of the protagonists Claudia Salinger, a skillful violinist who struggles to build a life after being orphaned.

Lacey Chabert in Party of Five (1994–2000)

Party of Five (1994–2000)

Thereafter, she appeared in various television series like Ghost Whisperer (2005), Baby Daddy (2012), and Still the King (2016).

As a Voice Artist

In 1997, Lacey began her journey as a voiceover artist when she lent her voice in the film ‘Journey Beneath the Sea’ for the character of ‘Merla.’ Thereafter, she worked as a voiceover artist in various films like The Lion King II: Simba’s Pride (1998), and Scooby-Doo! Mecha Mutt Menace (2013), and television series The Wild Thornberrys (1998), Family Guy (1999), etc. Apart from films, she also gave her voice in various video games like Nicktoons Racing (2001), Young Justice: Legacy (2013), and series of Star Wars: The Old Republic (2011-2015).

Film

In 1998, Lacey made her film debut with ‘Lost in Space’ in which she played the role of Penny Robinson. She came into the limelight with the film Not Another Teen Movie (2001) in which she played the role of Amanda Becker, a beautiful, perverted, and popular high school student.

Lacey Chabert in Not Another Teen Movie (2001)

She earned immense recognition for appearing in the film Mean Girls (2004) in which she played the role of Gretchen Wieners, one of the most popular girls of North Shore High School who loves to gossip.

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Lacey Chabert in Mean Girls (2004)

Thereafter, she appeared in various films like Dirty Deeds (2005), Ghosts of Girlfriends Past (2009), and Slightly Single in L.A. (2013).

Awards/Honors

  • Won YoungStar Award (1997) in the category of Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Television Series for Party of Five (1994–2000)
  • Won YoungStar Award (1998) in the category of Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama Television Series for Party of Five (1994–2000)
  • Won Young Artist Award (1999) in the category of Leading Young Actress for the television series Party of Five (1994–2000)
  • Won MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Duo (2005), along with Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, Amanda Seyfried, for the film Mean Girls (2004)
  • Won Best Supporting Actress Award (2017) at Independent Filmmakers Showcase IFS Film Festival for the film The Lost Tree (2017)

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