Inside Lacey Chabert's net worth and career: Exclusive Details Here!
Lacey Chabert rose to stardom as a child actress with roles in Broadway and television shows like Party of Five, All My Children, and A Little Piece of Heaven, though over the years, the actress has built her empire on an exclusive and ever-continuing relationship with the Hallmark Channel. Chabert has starred in over 30 original movies across Hallmark Channel and Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, with her latest being the movie trilogy The Wedding Veil.
Chabert was born on September 30, 1982, in Purvis, Mississippi. She started her acting journey playing Cosette in Broadway's sung-musical Les Misérable. Lacey made her big-screen debut as Penny Robinson in the space thriller Lost in Space and got her breakthrough playing Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls.
What is Lacey Chabert's net worth?
Chabert has been an active star in television since 1991. From playing a co-starring role as a teenager in the family drama Party of Five, for which she won a Young Artist Award in Best Performance by a Young Actress category, Lacey took home two Young Artists for her first film, Lost in Space.Celebrity Net Worth estimated Chabert's net worth to be a striking $4 million.
Lacey made her big-screen debut in 'Lost in Space.' Photo Source: Instagram
Needless to say, Chabert has accumulated much of her wealth via her decade-long association with Hallmark Channel, which began with the actress playing Liberty Taylor in Elevator Girl in 2010. In addition to being a lucky star onscreen for the Hallmark channel, Chabert has also contributed to many of the channel's films' off-screen roles like that of an executive producer and creative partner.
Lacey's career onscreen soared after the actress established herself as an in-demand voice actor. She is particularly known for voicing the beloved character Eliza Thornberry in Nickelodeon's The Wild Thornberrys. Her other voice acting credits include Rugrats Go Wild, which grossed $55.4 million against a budget of $25 million, Balto II: Wolf Quest, Family Guy, and All I Want for Christmas Is You.
Lacey is also a prolific voice actor. Photo Source: Instagram
After starring in Mean Girls, a teen comedy film that grossed $130.1 million against $17 million, a host of coveted roles came her way, including Dr. Amy Shaw on ABC sitcom Baby Daddy, A Christmas Melody, where she starred alongside Mariah Carey, and What If God Were the Sun?; Starring opposite Gena Rowlands.
Lacey Chabert lands an exclusive deal with Crown Media Family Networks!
Chabert recently signed a new multi-picture deal with Hallmark channel's parent company, Crown Media Family Networks, under which the Mississippi-born will headline and produce movies for Hallmark Channel. Reflecting on her decade-long relationship with the Network, the Mean Girls actress says she feels "deeply grateful."
Chabert recently headlined Hallmark's movie trilogy 'The Wedding Veil.' Photo Source: Instagram
Sharing a screenshot of Deadline's piece on her new contract, the actress writes, "Making these movies with @hallmarkchannel has brought such joy to my life, I'm deeply grateful for the journey to continue! Thank you so much for your support." Lacey recently starred in and served as executive producer on Hallmark's The Wedding Veil Trilogy, which also starred Autumn Reeser and Alison Sweeney.
Lacey signs an exclusive deal with Hallmark's parent company. Source: Hallmark Channel
"Lacey's warmth, talent, relatability, and creative sensibilities have endeared her to millions of Hallmark viewers for more than ten years, making her one of our most in-demand stars," EVP of Programming for Crown Media, Lisa Hamilton Daly, said in a statement. She adds, "Lacey is a prolific behind-the-scenes creative partner, developing and executive producing many of our highest-quality, most-beloved projects of all time."