Born in 1977, actress Lindsay Sloane enjoyed a series of assignments during her adolescent years, including a stint on The Wonder Years (as Alice Pedermeir, the girlfriend of high schooler Chuck Coleman) and another on Sabrina the Teenage Witch. In her early years, she found herself somewhat typecast in playing the quirky best friends of female lead characters, but shortly after her 20th birthday, she aggressively changed her image (by virtue of rhinoplasty) and scored a key role as a cheerleader, Big Red, in the farcical sports comedy Bring It On (2000). Following enlistment in a couple of very short-lived television series (the 2000 Grosse Pointe and the 2001 Going to California), and an assignment as Albert Brooks' daughter in the comedy remake The In-Laws (2003), Sloane chalked up a series of parts in big-screen outings, including In The Land of Women (2007), The Accidental Husband (2007), and Over Her Dead Body (2008).
Biography by Nathan Southern
- Born in New York and raised in southern California, she began acting in commercials when she was 8 years old.
- Made her television acting debut in 1990 with a voice-over part in the animated CBS special Why, Charlie Brown, Why?
- After nearly a decade of recurring and guest television roles, she made her feature-film debut in the 1999 romantic comedy Seven Girlfriends, starring Tim Daly.
- Was a bridesmaid in Sarah Michelle Gellar's 2002 wedding to Freddie Prinze Jr.