Lacey Chabert Biography
As a child, Lacey was a member of Broadway Kids and has appeared in the Broadway musical Les Miserable as the young Cosette. Other members of Broadway Kids included Greg Raposo, Christy Carlson Romano and Chris Trousdale. In 1991, she was offered and was selected for the role of Young Lily in the film Return to the Blue Lagoon. However before filming she bailed out of the film for unknown reason. Then her appearance in the television drama series Party of Five as Claudia Salinger gave her worldwide fame. Then in 1998 she was seen in the television show Lost in Space. She played the role of Penny Robinson and the success of the show added to her stardom.
Aside from appearing in television, Lacey also leant her voice in the animated series The Wild Thornberrys. This was followed by her voicing in the films where again she was Eliza in the Wild Thornberrys Movie in 2002. In 2003, she again leant her voice in Rugrats Go Wild. Aside from lending her voice to films and television films her voice would be heard on the game Sonic the Hedgehog as Princess Elise.
Lacey was also seen in The Brooke Ellison Story by Christopher Reeve. In the true to life movie for television, she played the role of Brooke Ellison the quadriplegic woman who graduated from Harvard despite many obstacles. In 2003, she also appeared in Daddy Day Care. The following year she landed the role of Gretchen in the film Mean Girls and she also made another film for television, the Hello Sister. In 2006, she was on ABC Familys Goodbye Life and in the remake of the horror classic Black Christmas. The following year, 2007 she appeared in The Hot Years.
In 2005, she, along with fellow costars Rachel Mc Adams, Lindsay Lohan and Amanda Seyfried, won the Best On Screen Team for Mean Girls from the MTV Movie Awards. In 1997 and 1998, she won the Best Performance by a Young Actress from the Hollywood Reporters Annual YoungStar Award for her role in Party of Five. In 2007, she appeared on the cover of January issue of Maxim.