Lanei Chapman Biography
|Date of Birth:||1973 , January-23|
|Age:||48 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United States of America|
|Birth Place/City||Los Angeles|
|Working For||Movies and Television series|
|Net Worth||$500 thousand|
|Movies||White Men Can't Jump, Rat Race|
|TV Show||Space: Above and Beyond, Grey's Anatomy, The Division, A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story|
Lanei Chapman is an American actress widely recognized for her role as Lt. Vanessa Damphousse in the science fiction television show Space: Above and Beyond. She is also identified for playing Merrill Jennings in the adventure-comedy movie Rat Race. Her other acting credits include White Men Can't Jump, The Secrets of Lake Success, and Pretty Hattie's Baby.
Graduated From Dartmouth College
Lanei Chapman was born on January 23, 1973, in Los Angeles, California, the United States. She carries American nationality and possesses Afro-American ethnicity.
Talking about education, she attended Dartmouth College, graduating with a degree in Spanish. Before pursuing a career in acting, she was a qualified teacher in California, who worked in a kindergarten.
Net Worth Is $500 Thousand
Lanei Chapman has accumulated a net worth of around $500 thousand as of July 2020. Her professional acting career is her major source of income.
She has worked in a number of movies including 1992 drama sports, White Men Can't Jump, which garnered $90,753,806 box office worldwide against the budget of $14,711, 124.
Television Shows And Movies
When Lanei Chapman was 13, she first appeared on the television Kentucky Fried Chicken. She then appeared in the series L.A. Friday in 1989. The same year, she was seen in the biography-drama movie A Mother's Courage: The Mary Thomas Story.
Her other early television series and movies are China Beach, Man of the People, and Pretty Hattie's Baby. In 1992, she featured in the comedy-drama series The Wonder Years.
From 1991-1992, Chapman starred in the action-adventure television series Star Trek: The Next Generation. She portrayed Lt. Vanessa Damphousse in the action-adventure show Space: Above and Beyond from 1995-1996.
In 2001, she appeared as Merrill Jennings in the adventure comedy film Rat Race. From 2002-2003, she went on to star in the crime-drama series The Division.
Lanei made an appearance in the TV mini-series Thief in 2006. That same year, she acted as Lianne Tressel in the drama romance television series Grey's Anatomy.
Furthermore, she starred as Dr. Traci Jones in the short-project The Ties That Bind in 2010. Similarly, she worked as a voice artist in the animated-comedy show F Is For Family.
Is Lanei Chapman Married?
Lanei Chapman is believed to be unmarried as of 2020. There is no information about her personal life and past relationship until now.
Unlike other celebrities, Chapman doesn't use any social media platform. So it makes us even hard to find out about her relationship status.