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Vanessa Lengies

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B: July 21, 1985 in Montréal, Québec
Vanessa Lynne-Marie Lengies admits that she was bitten by the acting bug when she was just a child. In her own words, “I wanted to act pretty much since I was able to speak.” Her career began in Montréal when she was 9 with appearances on local cable television. That was then. Now, she played the character of Roxanne Bojarksi on the NBC series, American Dreams and she’s beginning to make her way in the world of feature films. When not working she likes to spend time dancing and singing, or in the winter, you can find her snowboarding. At last report Vanessa was still living in Montréal when she isn’t working in New York, or Los Angeles. Lengies played the dual roles of Sugar Motta and Quinn Fabray on the series Glee. She provides the voice for Kordi in the animated series, Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Ratz (TV-2000)
The Perfect Man (2005)
Waiting (2005)
Stick It (2005)
Arthur’s Missing Pal (2006)
Split Decision (TV-2006)
Still Waiting (2008)
Squeegees (TV-2008)
Foreign Exchange (2008)
My Suicide (2008)
Extreme Movie (2008)
Still Waiting (VR-2009)
This Might Hurt (TV-2009)
Archie’s Final Project (2009)

We Are Your Friends (2015)
Happy Birthday (2016)


TV Series – Cast:
The Little Lulu Show (1996)

Arthur (voice, 1996-2006)
Caillou (1998)
Radio Active (1998)
Are Your Afraid of the Dark (1999)
American Dreams (2002-2005)
Monarch Cove (2006)
Hawthorne (2009-2011)

Glee (2011-2015)
MyMusic (2012-2013)
Mixology (2014)
Second Chance (2016)


TV Series – Guest appearances:
Lassie (1997)

For Better or for Worse (voice, 2000)
Caillou (voice, 2000)
8 Simple Rules for Dating My Teenage Daughter (2005)
Ghost Whisperer (2008)
The Cleaner (2008)
Medium (2009)

Accidentally on Purpose (2010)
CSI: Miami (2010)
Rules of Engagement (2010)
Castle (2011)
Resident Advisors (2015)
Noches Con Platanito (2016)
The Detour (2016)
Lego Star Wars: The Freemaker Adventures (voice, 2016)