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Lucas Grabeel is an American actor, singer, songwriter, producer, and director

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BirthdayNovember 23, 1984
NationalityAmerican
FamousFilm & Theater Personalities, Actors, Directors, Lyricists & Songwriters, Singers
City/StateMissouri
SiblingsAutumn Grabeel
Known asLucas Stephen Grabeel
Universities
  • Kickapoo High School (2003)
  • Logan-Rogersville High School
Birth PlaceSpringfield, Missouri
Height170cm
GenderMale
FatherStephen Grabeel
MotherJean Grabeel
Sun SignSagittarius
Born inSpringfield, Missouri
Famous asActor
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Who is Lucas Grabeel?

Lucas Grabeel is an American actor, singer, songwriter, producer, and director, best known for his performance in the ‘High School Musical’ film series. Born and raised in Missouri, US, Lucas began his career with music. He started playing drums at a local church and then in school stage productions. He soon found passion in dance and acting. Upon graduating from the ‘Missouri Fine Arts Academy’ (MFAA), he moved to Los Angeles. He started his acting career in 2004, with the film ‘Halloweentown High.’ He then bagged the role of ‘Ryan Evans’ in the ‘Disney’ made-for-TV movie ‘High School Musical.’ The film was a major critical and commercial success and launched Lucas’s career in an excellent way. Lucas then starred in the film ‘The Adventures of Food Boy’ and played the lead role in the series ‘Switched at Birth.’ He then played the role of a young ‘Lex Luthor’ in the series ‘Smallville.’ Apart from his acting roles, he has lent his voice to several animated series over the years, such as ‘Robot Chicken’ and ‘Sheriff Callie’s Wild West.’

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Childhood & Early Life

Lucas Grabeel was born on November 23, 1984, in Springfield, Missouri, to Jean and Stephen Grabeel. He was enrolled at the ‘Logan–Rogersville School.’ He went on to finish high school from the institute. However, he was not too interested in academics. Instead, he was largely involved with extra-curricular activities, especially music and other performing arts.

As a child, he was addicted to music. Lucas initially played drums at a local church that his family visited regularly. Soon, he grew fond of the guitar and the accordion and continued playing at school musicals. At the age of 12, he finally embarked into acting by venturing into school productions. As a child, he dreamt of becoming a musician. However, after appearing on stage for the first time, with the musical ‘Secret Garden,’ he realized that acting was where his talent lay.

For the next few years, he continued acting and playing music in school productions. He also devoted time to dancing and soon turned into an all-round performer. He was enrolled at the ‘Kickapoo High School’ and started an all-boy “a capella” group named ‘No Treble.’ In order to hone his skills, he attended the ‘MFAA’ and started learning the basics of acting.

When he attained significant fame a few years later, Lucas wrote a letter to the ‘MFAA’ and credited them with his phenomenal success. Following his graduation from college, Lucas arrived in Los Angeles to give his acting career a real shot. Although he struggled to find any role for his initial two months in Los Angeles, he soon started receiving offers for commercials. Some of his earlier commercials were for ‘Lego,’ ‘Hot Wheels,’ and a toothpaste brand.

Career

The 2004 TV film ‘Halloweentown High’ became Lucas’s launching vehicle into the US entertainment industry. Lucas played a major role in the TV film, which was the third instalment of the successful film franchise. He reprised his role of ‘Ethan Dalloway’ in the fourth instalment of the film, ‘Return to Halloweentown.’

He made several guest appearances in series such as ‘Boston Legal,’ ‘’Til Death,’ and ‘Veronica Mars.’ In addition, he made his big-screen debut with the 2005 film ‘Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth.’ Such smaller roles aside, he was on the lookout for a big career breakthrough, which eventually fell into his lap the very next year.

In 2006, he appeared in the highly anticipated ‘Disney’ TV teen-drama ‘High School Musical.’ Lucas portrayed the role of ‘Ryan Evans,’ the younger twin brother of the character portrayed by Ashley Tisdale. ‘Ryan’ was portrayed as a dim-witted, talented musician and sportsman and his character turned out to be one of the most-loved characters in the film.

Lucas reprised his role in two more instalments of the highly successful ‘Disney’ franchise. He also lent his voice to a few of the songs in the film. He was praised for his acting and singing skills. ‘Billboard’ suggested that one of the songs performed by him for the franchise, titled ‘I Want It All,’ be nominated for the ‘Academy Award’ for the ‘Best Original Song.’ Although the song did not receive a nomination, it was widely loved by the audiences around the globe. In total, six songs from the ‘High School Musical’ series performed by Lucas were on several ‘Billboard Hot 100’ lists.

In 2007, Lucas appeared as a leading character, ‘Lester McKinley,’ in the comedy–drama film ‘Alice Upside Down.’ His performance in this straight-to-DVD film received moderate reviews.

In 2008, Lucas played lead roles in the short films ‘The Real Son’ and ‘Smoke Break.’ In the same year, he played a major role in the film ‘Lock and Roll Forever’ and voiced the lead character of ‘Jericho’ in the animated film ‘At Jesus’ Side.’ Lucas was also seen playing a pivotal role in the Sean Penn-starrer drama ‘Milk,’ a film which ended up winning two ‘Academy Awards.’

In 2009, Lucas played the lead role in the web series ‘I Kissed a Vampire.’ The series received tremendous reviews and was later converted into a full-length feature film, which was released in 2012. The vampire rock-musical premiered at the ‘Seattle International Film Festival’ and was appreciated for its unique approach to the vampire theme.

In 2011, Lucas began playing one of the main roles in the teen-drama series ‘Switched at Birth.’ The series depicted the lives of two teenagers who were born around the same time but were switched with one another. This was ‘ABC’s best-rated series when it debuted in June 2011. Lucas played the role of ‘Toby Kennish’ in the series, which ran for five successful seasons. Lucas was nominated for a ‘Teen Choice Award’ for his performance.

In 2013, Lucas lent his voice to the character of ‘Gustav’ in the animated series ‘DreamWorks Dragons.’ ‘Gustav’ appeared in 12 episodes of the series.

In 2014, Lucas became the voice of leading character ‘Deputy Peck’ in the musical comedy series ‘Sheriff Callie’s Wild West.’ Lucas also voiced guest characters in a number of animated series, such as ‘Elena of Avalor,’ ‘Phineas and Ferb,’ and ‘Doraemon.’ In 2018, an announcement stated that Lucas would be voicing the main character in the animated series ‘Pinky Malinky.’

Lucas has appeared in two short films of late: ‘Chocolate Milk’ (2013) and ‘Pilot Season’ (2014).

Lucas runs his own production house, ‘14341 Productions.’ Several of the short films made under his banner have won honors in film festivals around the globe.

Personal Life

Despite being regarded as a teen heartthrob, Lucas Grabeel wants to shed that image and wants to appear in dark, twisted, and edgy films to exhibit his diverse acting skills.

Lucas has been in relationships with many of his co-stars. Some of his most talked-about relationships were with Sara Paxton, Brittany Snow, Emily Morris, Pamela Saunders II, and Hannah Heart.

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Lucas Grabeel biography timelines

  • // 23rd Nov 1984
    Lucas Grabeel was born on November 23, 1984, in Springfield, Missouri, to Jean and Stephen Grabeel. He was enrolled at the ‘Logan–Rogersville School.’ He went on to finish high school from the institute. However, he was not too interested in academics. Instead, he was largely involved with extra-curricular activities, especially music and other performing arts.
  • // 2004
    The 2004 TV film ‘Halloweentown High’ became Lucas’s launching vehicle into the US entertainment industry. Lucas played a major role in the TV film, which was the third instalment of the successful film franchise. He reprised his role of ‘Ethan Dalloway’ in the fourth instalment of the film, ‘Return to Halloweentown.’
  • // 2005
    He made several guest appearances in series such as ‘Boston Legal,’ ‘’Til Death,’ and ‘Veronica Mars.’ In addition, he made his big-screen debut with the 2005 film ‘Dogg’s Hamlet, Cahoot’s Macbeth.’ Such smaller roles aside, he was on the lookout for a big career breakthrough, which eventually fell into his lap the very next year.
  • // 2006
    In 2006, he appeared in the highly anticipated ‘Disney’ TV teen-drama ‘High School Musical.’ Lucas portrayed the role of ‘Ryan Evans,’ the younger twin brother of the character portrayed by Ashley Tisdale. ‘Ryan’ was portrayed as a dim-witted, talented musician and sportsman and his character turned out to be one of the most-loved characters in the film.
  • // 2007
    In 2007, Lucas appeared as a leading character, ‘Lester McKinley,’ in the comedy–drama film ‘Alice Upside Down.’ His performance in this straight-to-DVD film received moderate reviews.
  • // 2008
    In 2008, Lucas played lead roles in the short films ‘The Real Son’ and ‘Smoke Break.’ In the same year, he played a major role in the film ‘Lock and Roll Forever’ and voiced the lead character of ‘Jericho’ in the animated film ‘At Jesus’ Side.’ Lucas was also seen playing a pivotal role in the Sean Penn-starrer drama ‘Milk,’ a film which ended up winning two ‘Academy Awards.’
  • // 2009 To 2012
    In 2009, Lucas played the lead role in the web series ‘I Kissed a Vampire.’ The series received tremendous reviews and was later converted into a full-length feature film, which was released in 2012. The vampire rock-musical premiered at the ‘Seattle International Film Festival’ and was appreciated for its unique approach to the vampire theme.
  • // Jun 2011
    In 2011, Lucas began playing one of the main roles in the teen-drama series ‘Switched at Birth.’ The series depicted the lives of two teenagers who were born around the same time but were switched with one another. This was ‘ABC’s best-rated series when it debuted in June 2011. Lucas played the role of ‘Toby Kennish’ in the series, which ran for five successful seasons. Lucas was nominated for a ‘Teen Choice Award’ for his performance.
  • // 2013
    In 2013, Lucas lent his voice to the character of ‘Gustav’ in the animated series ‘DreamWorks Dragons.’ ‘Gustav’ appeared in 12 episodes of the series.
  • // 2013 To 2014
    Lucas has appeared in two short films of late: ‘Chocolate Milk’ (2013) and ‘Pilot Season’ (2014).
  • // 2014 To 2018
    In 2014, Lucas became the voice of leading character ‘Deputy Peck’ in the musical comedy series ‘Sheriff Callie’s Wild West.’ Lucas also voiced guest characters in a number of animated series, such as ‘Elena of Avalor,’ ‘Phineas and Ferb,’ and ‘Doraemon.’ In 2018, an announcement stated that Lucas would be voicing the main character in the animated series ‘Pinky Malinky.’

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  • What is Lucas Grabeel birthday?

    Lucas Grabeel was born at 1984-11-23

  • Where is Lucas Grabeel's birth place?

    Lucas Grabeel was born in Springfield, Missouri

  • What is Lucas Grabeel nationalities?

    Lucas Grabeel's nationalities is American

  • Who is Lucas Grabeel siblings?

    Lucas Grabeel's siblings is Autumn Grabeel

  • What was Lucas Grabeel universities?

    Lucas Grabeel studied at Kickapoo High School (2003), Logan-Rogersville High School

  • How tall is Lucas Grabeel?

    Lucas Grabeel's height is 170

  • Who is Lucas Grabeel's father?

    Lucas Grabeel's father is Stephen Grabeel

  • Who is Lucas Grabeel's mother?

    Lucas Grabeel's mother is Jean Grabeel

  • What is Lucas Grabeel's sun sign?

    Lucas Grabeel is Sagittarius

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    Lucas Grabeel is famouse as Actor

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