Lindsay Sloane Biography
Birthday: August 8, 1977 (Leo)
Born In: Long Island, New York, United States
Lindsay Sloane Leikin-Rollins is an actress from America who has garnered fame for portraying Valerie Birkhead in the TV series ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’ and Emily in ‘The Odd Couple’. A native of New York, Sloane began acting when she was quite young. She had the full support of her family, especially her mother, in her pursuit of a career in the entertainment industry. In 1990, she made her TV debut as the voice of Big Sister in ‘Why, Charlie Brown, Why?’ She subsequently landed the role of Alice Pedermeir in the coming-of-age television drama ‘The Wonder Years’. Her next important role was as Zoey in the sitcom ‘Mr. Rhodes’. In 1999, Sloane made her film debut in the romantic-comedy ‘Seven Girlfriends’. She is one of the few child actors to have made a successful transition into a young actress playing more mature roles. Some of her important film appearances were in ‘Bring It On’, ‘Over Her Dead Body’, ‘She's Out of My League’, ‘The Other Guys’, ‘Horrible Bosses’, and its sequel ‘Horrible Bosses 2’.