The untold truth about Lacey Chabert’s husband David Nehdar
Who is David Nehdar?
David Nehdar was born in Los Angeles, California USA, on 16 August 1974 – his zodiac sign is Leo and he holds American nationality. He’s a businessman, but who’s probably known best for being the husband of famous American actress Lacey Chart.
Early life and education
David is very secretive when it comes to his personal matters, and hasn’t spoken about his parents who prefer to stay away from the media’s attention, nor has he talked about siblings either, which is why most people believe that David’s an only child.
He became interested in sports while attending a local high school, and excelled at football, however, it is widely believed that David’s interest in becoming a businessman was born because of a family business.
Happy Anniversary Lacey Chabert and David Nehdar! The “Mean Girls” and “Party of Five” star and her husband are celebrating 2 years of marriage today!
He was allegedly urged by his father to focus on his education so that he could one day take over the business, so upon matriculating in 1992, David enrolled at a college from which he graduated in 1996 with a Bachelor’s degree in business management.
David’s career and net worth
Nothing about David’s career is known, while it’s believed that he’s been into his family business since graduating. So his net worth as of March 2021 has been estimated at over $9 million, while Lacey’s net worth is reputedly around $4 million.
Love life and marriage with Lacey Chabert
David and Lacey Chabert haven’t disclosed the exact date when they met, but it’s believed that they were introduced by a mutual friend at a party in the late 2000s / early 2010s.
They exchanged vows in front of their closest friends and family members in December 2013, and have since been keeping the marriage away from the media’s attention. On 1 September 2016, Lacey gave birth to their daughter Julia.
Neither of the two has spoken about any other people they have perhaps been with, however, Lacey has been in several on-screen relationships – some of her fans believe that she also dated some of these men. In 2010, she dated Ryan Merriman’s character in the movie “Elevator Girl”, and in 2012 she dated Thad Luckinbill’s character in the movie “Matchmaker Santa”.
As of March 2021, David is married to Lacey Chabert, and they have one daughter together.
Hobbies and other interests
David is said to be physically very active, and allegedly has four to five training sessions at the gym each week, while he also enjoys working out outdoors, running in a park close to his home and swimming.
His career as a businessman has taken him to several US states, while it’is said that he has also been to various European countries ,as well as a couple of Asian countries including Japan and Vietnam.
David has read numerous books since his teenage years – his favorite genre is history, and his favorite book is “With the Old Breed: At Peleliu and Okinawa” by Eugene Sledge.
In his spare time which is usually late at night, David likes to watch movies starring his favorite actors Will Smith and Tom Hanks, such as the “Pursuit of Happyness”, “I Am Legend” and “Sleepless in Seattle”.
Age and height
David’s age is 36. He has short brown hair and blue eyes, his height is 5ft 11ins (1.8m) and he weighs around 165lbs (75kgs).
Who is Lacey Chabert?
Lacey Nicole Chabert was born in Purvis, Mississippi USA, on 30 September 1982 – her zodiac sign is Libra and she holds American nationality. She is an actress who is probably known best for voicing Meg Griffin in the animated comedy series “Family Guy” created by David Zuckerman and Seth MacFarlane, while Seth also starred in it alongside Alex Borstein. It has been airing since 1999, and follows a dysfunctional family living on Rhode Island and the series won 37 awards including nine Primetime Emmys while it was nominated for 102 other awards.
Lacey was raised in Purvis alongside her siblings T. J., Wendy and Chrissy, by their father who is a Cajun, and worked at an oil company, and their mother about whom nothing is known as she prefers to stay away from media. Lacey became interested in acting at quite an early age and was 10 years old when she was cast to play Cosette in the hit Broadway play “Les Miserables”. She launched her career on TV in 1991 while still attending elementary school when cast to portray Princess in the family crime movie “A Little Piece of Heaven” and she gained recognition in the following year when she portrayed Bianca Montgomery in the long-running romantic mystery drama “All My Children”, which aired from 1970 to 2011 and numbered 4,031 episodes.
Lacey enrolled at a local high school in 1996 and during her time there voiced characters in various TV series such as the animated action crime “Gargoyles: The Goliath Chronicles”, the animated family horror “Aaahh!! Real Monsters” and the animated family fantasy “Adventures from the Book of Virtues”. She also appeared in several movies including the 1997 crime drama “When Secrets Kill” and the hit 1998 action family adventure “Lost in Space” which starred Gary Oldman, William Hurt and Matt LeBlanc, and follows the Robinson family who are struggling to make their way home from space. The movie won three out of the 20 awards it was nominated for.
Upon matriculating in 2000, Lacey chose not to enroll at a college but to focus on her acting career.
She has appeared in more than 150 movies and TV titles and has won six awards of the 22 she has been nominated for. In both 1997 and 1998, Lacey won a YoungStar Award for Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Drama TV Series for the family series “Party of Five”, which starred Matthew Fox, Scott Wolf and Neve Campbell, and follows five siblings who have to raise one another after their parents’ death. She also won, a 1998 Stinker Award for Worst Supporting Actress for her performance in “Lost in Space” and in 1999 Lacey won a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Drama or Comedy Series – Leading Young Actress for “Party of Five”.
The year 2005 saw her win an MTV Movie Award for Best On-Screen Team which she shared with Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried, for their performance in the critically acclaimed comedy “Mean Girls” which follows several girls who are members of the female high school group The Plastics. In 2017, Lacey won an Independent Filmmakers Showcase IFS Film Festival Award for Best Supporting Actress for her performance in the horror thriller movie “The Lost Tree” written and directed by Brian A. Metcalf, and which follows a man who has decided to live alone in an isolated cabin.
A couple of Lacey’s other notable performances have been in the 2001 comedy “Not Another Teen Movie”, the 2009 romantic fantasy comedy movie “Ghosts of Girlfriends Past”, and the 2014 romantic family comedy film “A Royal Christmas”.
Lacey has also been interested in modelling, but prefers to look at it as a hobby rather than a job. She was once named Miss Junior Mississippi.
She is a huge dog-lover and has three Chihuahuas called Tealeaf, Teaspoon and Teacup.
Lacey is a photographer, and once considered making a career out of it.
She’s taken part in various programs which aim to encourage teenagers to be creative and productive.