Daveigh Chase life and biography

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Daveigh Chase biography

Date of birth : 1990-07-24
Date of death : -
Birthplace : Albany, Oregon
Nationality : American
Category : Arts and Entertainment
Last modified : 2011-08-23
Credited as : Actress, voice over artist, Big Love

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Daveigh Chase is an American actress, singer, and voice over artist best known for playing Rhonda Volmer in the HBO series Big Love, Samara Morgan in The Ring and Lilo Pelekai in Lilo & Stitch.

Chase was born Daveigh Elizabeth Chase-Schwallier in Las Vegas, Nevada, but her name was changed to Daveigh Elizabeth Chase after her parents, Cathy Chase and John Schwallier, divorced. Chase lives with her mother Cathy Chase and was raised in Albany, Oregon, before moving to Los Angeles, California to pursue her career. She now has a younger brother, Cade. She wanted to perform from a very early age and began singing and dancing in her hometown and other local areas at community events and shows. One of the factors which inspired her was watching videos of Barney & Friends when she was 4 years old. "I wanted to be like them, the kids on the video," she later said. Her mother then entered her in a Little Miss America Pageant where Chase won the national vocal competition. Following her success, Chase was then signed by a talent agent who specialised in commercials and at the age of 7, she appeared in a Campbell's Soup advertisement. In 1998, she landed a starring role in a musical theatre production called Utah!.

Daveigh is also a very talented singer. Back in 1999, she had the opportunity to join up as lead singer with a small band and take the stage as an opening act for Reba McEntire and, later on, sang "Holly Jolly Christmas" for the "School's Out! Christmas" album released by Universal Records Hip-O Records, which also features the voices of other child stars, including Mae Whitman, Evan Rachel Wood, 'Jesse Mccartney' and others. She was handpicked by director Steven Spielberg to sing "God Bless America" in his film A.I. Artificial Intelligence (2001); and in the "Oliver Beene" (2003) episode entitled "Oliver and the Otters", Daveigh was given the opportunity to showcase her talent by singing the hit 60s song "Tossin' and Turnin'".


2009 : S. Darko Samantha ; Mercy
2010 : Betsy's Kindergarten Adventures ; In Between Days

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