Lacey Nicole Chabert (born September 30, 1982) is an American film and television actress.
Chabert was born on September 30, 1982 in Purvis, Mississippi to Julie Robertson and Tony Chabert, who is a French-speaking Cajun from Louisiana. She has a brother, T.J., and two sisters, Wendy and Crissy.
Chabert made her start as young Cosette in Les Misérables on Broadway. Chabert was a member of the Broadway Kids which included Christy Carlson Romano, Chris Trousdale, and Greg Raposo. She was originally selected to play the role of "Young Lily" in the movie Return to the Blue Lagoon (1991), but bailed out for unknown reasons. Chabert became famous worldwide for her role as Claudia Salinger in the TV drama Party of Five, "I had to go through everything on that show—my first kiss, my first bra. I was 11 when it started," she said. She also gained fame for her portrayal of Penny Robinson in the 1998 movie based on the 1960s TV show Lost in Space.
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Lacey Chabert was born in Purvis, Mississippi, Lamar County