Lecy Goransen played a young version of "Hy" in the movie How to Make an American Quilt.
In 2005, Lecy Goranson played "Myra" in the movie Love, Ludlow.
Lecy keeps in contact with her fans by writing in her online blog called "Don't Shoot The Messenger."
Lecy went back to going by her birth name "Alicia," after she left Roseanne.
Lecy Goranson appeared at "The 2005 Big Apple Film Festival." She answered questions from the audience about her career.
Lecy moved to Brooklyn, New York, right after college.
Lecy Goranson performed in a play called The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek, at the New York Theater Workshop, in New York.
Lecy Goranson acted in a play called Defying Gravity, at the American Place Theater.
Lecy Goransen directed a college play called Tableau Vivant.
In 1999, Lecy Goranson played "Candace" in the movie Boys Don't Cry.
In 2004, Lecy Goranson played "Joyce" in the movie Death 4 Told.
When Lecy Goranson auditioned in 1999, for the lead role in Boys Don't Cry, the director thought she was to comical to play the lead so she got a supporting role instead.
Lecy Goranson used to take the summer of from filming Roseanne so that she be a YMCA summer camp counselor in Michigan.
She was number 92 on vh1's "100 Greatest Kid Stars."
She plays guitar and mandolin.
She played on the college rugby team.
Her height is 5'5" (1.65 m).
Her Nickname is Lecy.
Lecy's father worked for the EPA, while her mother is an English teacher in high school.
Lecy Goranson has worn braces.
Lecy Goranson is a Protestant.
While she starred in the the 1999 docudrama "The Brandon Teena Story", she was credited by her full name Alicia Goranson.
Roseanne is actually the one who cut her hair really short in the show because the show's producers wouldn't let her cut it.
She is Left-Handed.
Lecy left Roseanne in 1992 to go to Vassar College. While she was there, she was an English major with a concentration in poetry.
Lecy Goranson: Just as one is patting one's self on the back for leaps made in the way of "reasonable adulthood," one may find one's self quickly plunging into the depths of one's own animal nature.
Lecy Goranson: (about Roseanne Barr) I never really understood that there was such a thing as comic genius, or a sense of comic genius, until I met her.
Lecy Goranson: (talking about when she played "Becky" on the popular, long running sit-com, "Roseanne") I still look back and think what kind of an education that I got as an actor to be around these people at that age. I mean-- it was a gift!