Daveigh Chase, born July 24, 1990 in Las Vegas, Nevada, is an American voice, film, and TV actress most famous for being the voice behind Lilo in Disney's Lilo & Stitch. An only child raised in Albany, Oregon, Daveigh displayed the inclination and talent for performing. Even when she was three, she was already singing and dancing in local events in their community. At age 7, Daveigh appeared in her first commercial for Campbell's Soup and also played the starring role in the musical production of Utah!.
Her biggest break as a child actress was the offer of voice-acting Lilo in Disney's 2002 movie Lilo and Stitch. She continued to do the voice of Lilo for the series of the same title between 2003 and 2006. Daveigh also played the role for the video game release. Prior to her work as Lilo, she portrayed roles in several movies including The Ring, Artificial Intelligence: A.I., and Donnie Darko.
Daveigh is also a talented singer. In 1999, she performed with a small band as opening act for country singer Reba McEntire. She can also be heard in the School's Out! Christmas album, singing "Holly Jolly Christmas". She was selected by A.I. director Steven Spielberg to sing "God Bless America" in the film.
On television, Daveigh has appeared both in starring and guest-starring roles on various television series. Apart from her voice-acting work in Lilo & Stitch, she has also played characters in popular crime dramas such as CSI, Cold Case, and Without a Trace. In 2006, Daveigh was cast as the soon-to-be youngest wife of Harry Dean Stanton's character in the HBO drama Big Love.
When she is not busy with work, some of Daveigh's favorite activities are surfing, horseback riding, dancing, reading, and just hanging out with family and friends.… Expand
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|Big Love: Season 2||Jun 11, 2007||Rhonda Volmer||8.4|
|Big Love: Season 1||Mar 12, 2006||Rhonda Volmer||7.5|
|Lilo & Stitch: The Series: Season 2||Nov 5, 2004||Lilo Pelekai||tbd|
|Lilo & Stitch: The Series: Season 1||Jan 11, 2004||Lilo Pelekai||5.0|
|Lilo & Stitch: The Series: Season 3||Sep 20, 2003||Lilo Pelekai||tbd|