Lisa Whelchel

Other names of Lisa Whelchel: Lisa Diane Whelchel
Lisa Whelchel English Actress

Lisa Diane Whelchel is an American actress, singer, songwriter, author, and life coach. She was born on 29 May 1963 in Littlefield, Texas, the U.S. Her other name is Lisa Cauble. She also works with an organization called Women of Faith. She is the daughter of Virginia “Genny”, a real estate agent, and James “Jimmy” Whelchel Sr., an electrician. Her parents got divorced in the year 1981 and later her mother got married in the year 1983 to Roy Coleman. She has two siblings; she is the elder sister of James “Cody” Whelchel Jr. and also the elder half-sister of Casey Justice Coleman. At the age of 12, she worked with ‘The New Mickey Mouse Club’ in the year 1977 to 1978. She married Steven Cauble on 9 July 1988 who was an associate pastor at The Church on the Way in Van Nuys, California. She got divorced in March 2012 and she had three children from this marriage.

In 2019, She again got married to Pete Harris, who is a psychologist based in Nashville, Tennessee. She is a stepmother to his son. She has done a music video in the year 1984 titled Meltdown. She has been the Executive Producer in the year 2013 of ‘Lisa Whelchel’s Everyday Workout for the Everyday Woman’ and also the Co-executive producer in the year 2016 of ‘Hearts of Spring’. Coming to her filmography she acted in the movie ‘The Double McGuffin’ in 1979, ‘The Magician Of Lublin’ in 1979, ‘Where the Red Fern Grows: Part Two’ in 1992, and ‘A Madea Christmas’ in 2013.

She appeared in various television shows like ‘The New Mickey Mouse Club’ from 1977 to 1978, ‘The Wonderful World of Disney’ in 1977 & 1979, ‘Family’ in 1978, ‘Diff’rent Strokes’ from 1979 to 1981, ‘The Facts Of Life’ in 1979 to 1988, ‘Skyward’ in 1980, ‘Twirl’ in 1981, ‘The Facts of Life Goes to Paris’ and ‘The Wild Women of Chastity Gulch’ in 1982, ‘The Love Boat’ from 1983 to 1985, ‘Back to Next Saturday’ in 1985, ‘The Facts of Life Down Under’ in 1987, ‘The Facts of Life Reunion’ in 2001, ‘Survivor: Phillippines’ in 2012, ‘The Jeff Probst Show’ in 2013, ‘For Better or For Worse’ in 2014, ‘Hearts of Spring’ and ‘A Snow Capped Christmas’ in 2016, ‘You Light Up My Christmas’ in 2019, and ‘Live in Front of a Studio Audience’ in 2021.