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Some of her work has been very family-friendly, and a few movies have begun to broach religious topics, like her starring role in What If God Were the Sun?
a film about "a grieving nurse [who] finds comfort and inspiration in her new assignment, where she meets a terminally ill woman with a quick wit and strong faith." Even if this sounds surprisingly spiritual, it's nothing like her role in Christian Mingle (the movie).
Yes, you read that right, the actor known primarily for playing Gretchen Wieners in Mean Girls will be headlining a romantic comedy about a Christian dating site.
We all know that Lacey has done a lot of great work since Mean Girls (hello, Liza Thornberry), but this still might shock those unacquainted with Lacey's faith.
Christian Mingle begins with a tired rom-com premise: that there are no good men in [insert vaguely New York-esque city here], and the heroine is tired of being the only single gal in her friend group.
Where most rom-coms would turn to a meet-cute, CM turns to a bald-face lie: Lacey's character pretends to be Christian in order to meet a cute, somewhat bland guy on Christian
Lacey’s maternal grandfather was James Johnnie Johnson (the son of Johnie/James Earnest/Ernest Johnson and Nora Essie Adams).
Although the movie itself will walk into every romantic comedy cliche, it's still nice to see another side of a star that has been in the industry for such a long time.
Gretchen Wieners might not approve of Christian Mingle, but as a spiritual statement, it's pretty fetch.
Her mother is of mostly English, and some Scottish, descent.
Lacey is married to David Nehdar, with whom she has a daughter. Norbert was the son of Louis Sacerdos Chabert and Ernestine Eve Le Fort.
She made her breakout role as a child actress in Steven Spielberg's film E. Barrymore subsequently appeared in a string of successful films, including Poison Ivy (1992), Scream (1996), and Ever After (1998).