Lacey Chabert


Lacey Chabert Trivia


  • Trivia

    • Lacey was childhood friends with rockstar David Ham.

    • Lacey was discovered on a family vacation in New York City when an agent approached her.

    • Lacey has to buy new cell phones all the time because she can never seem to get one that works.

    • Lacey had A's and a 4.0 grade average all through high school until her philosophy teacher gave her her first B. Lacey thought she deserved an A.

    • Lacey's favorite lipstick colors are Spirit, Touch, Malt, Cherish, and Haku.

    • Growing up, Lacey idolized her sisters. She wanted to be in a clique with them because they had driver's licenses and wore make-up. Lacey says her sisters are still slowly letting her in.

    • During a scene in her movie Black Christmas, Lacey injured her ankle during the filming of a scene where she had to go underneath the house and the trap door shuts behind her. The trap door shut too soon and got her ankle. Lacey had to fly back to LA and go to the emergency room. She had to wear crutches after that.

    • After finishing Party Of Five, Lacey took time off to finish high school and take some classes at college.

    • Lacey's favorite actor is Leonardo DiCaprio and her favorite actresses are Jodie Foster and Claire Danes. Her favorite bands are Lisa Loeb and Savage Garden. Her favorite movies are Good Will Hunting, Jerry Maguire, The Bridges of Madison County, and Contact. Her favorite TV shows are The X-Files and ER.

    • Lacey's grandmother came up with her name when she came home from the hospital in a lacy dress and her mom liked the idea.

    • Lacey says that she would like to open a cajun food restaurant called "Chabert's".

    • Lacey celebrated her 21st birthday on the set of her movie Mean Girls. They were filming a scene at a shopping mall and 500 people joined in to sing her "Happy Birthday".

    • Lacey's dog, Claudia, was named after her Party Of Five character.

    • Lacey was once escorted out of a department store in Europe for being dressed "inappropriately." She was wearing a t-shirt and cutoff shorts.

    • Lacey's bad habit is biting her nails.

    • Lacey has a dog named Abu and three chihuahuas named Teacup, Teaspoon, and Tealeaf.

    • Lacey's List Rankings:
      2008 - No.90, Maxim's Hot 100 List
      2007 - No.32, Maxim's Hot 100 List
      2007 - No.80, FHM's 100 Sexiest Women in the World
      2005 - No.56, Maxim's Hot 100 List
      2005 - No.99, VH1's 100 Greatest Kid Stars

    • Lacey's Video Voice Credits:
      Herself, Richard Scarry's Best Busy People Video Ever!, 1993
      Herself, Richard Scarry's Best Learning Songs Video Ever!, 1993
      Jill, Babes in Toyland, 1997
      Little Red, Redux Riding Hood, 1997
      Merla, Journey Beneath the Sea, 1997
      Shani, Lion King II: Simba's Pride, 1998
      Tanya Mousekewitz, An American Tail: The Treasure of Manhattan Island, 1998
      Cindy, We Wish You a Merry Christmas, 1999
      Tanya Mousekewitz, An American Tail: The Mystery of the NightMonster, 1999
      Aleu, Balto II: Wolf Quest, 2002
      Bianca Montgomery, Daytime's Greatest Weddings, 2004
      Herself, Mean Girls: Only the Strong Survive

    • Lacey was part of the soundtracks Gypsy (1993) and Broadway Kids Sing Broadway (1996).

    • Lacey, along with Mean Girls co-stars Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams, and Amanda Seyfried, won the 2005 MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Team.

    • Lacey won the title "World's Baby Petite" in the World's Our Little Miss Scholarship Competition in 1985.

    • Lacey's skills include singing and dancing, playing the piano and violin, roller skating, ice skating, and playing golf. She is also an avid photographer.

    • Lacey participated in the 1996 and 1998 Celebrity Server Dinner in Los Angeles, California, the proceeds of which went to Homeless Health Care Los Angeles and Victory Over Violence respectively.

    • Lacey's role in Not Another Teen Movie is a spoof of Party of Five co-star Jennifer Love Hewitt's character in Can't Hardly Wait.

    • Lacey began taking voice lessons when she was five years old.

    • Lacey's parents are Tony and Julie Chabert. She has two older sisters, Wendy and Crissy and a younger brother T.J.

    • Lacey was in the music video "I Wanna Make You Cry" by Jeff Bates and in "Back to Maybe" by On Tracy Lane.

    • Lacey was the cover girl for the January 2007 issue of Maxim magazine.

    • Lacey is 5'3" (1.60 m) tall. She has brown hair and hazel eyes. She has a resemblance to Party of Five co-star Neve Campbell.

    • Marci Liroff, the casting director for Mean Girls, has said that when she was auditioning young women for the role of Gretchen, Lacey was the first person to read the scene and play the character exactly the way Liroff had it pictured in her head. This is one of the main reasons Lacey nailed the role right away.

    • Lacey played the lead role of young Cosette in the Broadway version of the popular Les Miserables. When she was really young -- about four years old -- all she wanted to do was sing, and her talent in that area just happened to open her up for the acting business. She landed the role of Claudia in Party of Five shortly after her gig in Les Miserables.

    • Lacey has admitted that she used to have a crush on fellow co-star Scott Wolf, who played her older brother Bailey on Party of Five. Wolf and fellow Party of Five co-star Matthew Fox have teased her about it in the past.

    • Lacey got into Sonic by buying a Sega Game Gear and a Game Gear Sonic game with her allowance. She said that she played it till the buttons fell off.

    • Lacey is a huge fan of Sonic the Hedgehog. She even provided the voice of Princess Elise in Sonic Next Gen for the XBOX 360 and PS3.

    • Lacey's TV movie and film credits include Nice Guys (2006), Accidental Murder (2005), The Pleasure Drivers (2005), Bratz Rock Angelz (2005), Same as It Never Was (2006), A Light Knight's Odyssey (2006), When Secrets Kill (1997), and A Little Piece of Heaven (1991).

    • Some say Lacey left Family Guy due to contract negotiation, and others say it is because she did not agree with the show's content.

  • Quotes

    • Lacey: (On her first kiss) I didn't know what to do. So my sisters told me to, like, practice on a pillow, you know? But it didn't kiss me back so I didn't know what to expect. But it was good practice I guess.

    • Lacey: Do what you're passionate about.

    • Lacey: I like to take pictures of lots of things: people-such as my nephews, my dogs, and just interesting objects that I see. For instance, I might take a picture of flowers by the side of the road, an old sign or a fence.

    • Lacey: I've always been interested in taking pictures. I've enjoyed taking classes in photography, and I'm building a darkroom in my home.

    • Lacey: Guys have always told me that it's sexier to leave a little to your imagination.

    • Lacey: (on a guy impressing her) The true test is if he's willing to go shopping with me. Will you go shopping, and will you hold the purse while I'm looking around and trying stuff on? He should be interactive and make comments, too, rather than reiterating how bored he is.

    • Lacey: (on one of her vices) I'm really bad about not coming to a complete stop at a stop sign.

    • Lacey: I can't say that any two people want the same career. I don't want to be a 'teen star' because so many people don't ever grow out of that.

    • Lacey: I just think girls become so wrapped up in superficial issues that don't really matter, such as hair and make up and clothes and cars, all the things that are represented in the movie [Mean Girls]. And while those things can be fun and interesting, it's just that I think girls need to be taught and encouraged that other creative qualities are more important. Finding who you are creatively as a person, and what your interests are, are definitely more important.

    • Lacey: I like to get together with my sisters and my nephews, and I try not to travel on weekends so that I can spend time with friends and family.

    • Lacey (about her role in "Mean Girls"): I didn't go to high school. I was tutored on the set, but amongst my friends, I was somewhat like Gretchen, kind of insecure and trying to figure out who I was, and feeling a little isolated, especially because I was just kind of different than other teenagers because of what I do. There were a lot of things in the script where I was like, "Wow, I can't believe that happened." I'm so thankful I wasn't in high school.