Stand-up comedienne who went into operating by creating and starring in her very own sitcom, and guest starred in a number of films. She afterwards served being a judge on ANOTHER MOST SENSIBLE THING: WHO’S the Greatest Superstar Impersonator? After many years of natural standup humor, she created the sitcom Life’s Work with ABC, which she also starred in. She starred in Bruce Almighty as well as the 1998 reboot from the Parent Snare. She was wedded to Sam Baum, a part-time professional, and the few got three sons and something girl. In the past due 2000s she considered reality Television, creating the Air competition present, Dance Your Ass Off, hosted by Melanie Dark brown.
Full Name Lisa Ann Walter
Date Of Birth August 3, 1963
Place Of Birth Silver Spring, MD
Height 1.63 m
Profession Movie Actress
Education Catholic University of America, Montgomery Blair High School
Spouse Sam Baum
Children Delia Baum, Jordan Baum, Simon Walter, Spencer Walter
Movies The Parent Trap, Bruce Almighty, Shall We Dance?, Killers, War of the Worlds, Drillbit Taylor, Room 6, The Trouble with Dee Dee, Coffee Date, Get Your Stuff, Dependent's Day, Eddie, Wish Wizard, Wreckage, Graduation, You Can't Have It, Entry Level, Wedding Day, The LA Spinster, Monsters Under the Bed, Feels So Good, The Ice Cream Truck
TV Shows Dance Your Ass Off, Celebracadabra, The Next Best Thing, Watch Over Me, Emeril, Life's Work, Breaking News, Dance Your A... Off, My Wildest Dreams
Star Sign Leo
Her father had German ancestry (from Alsace) and her mother was of Italian/Sicilian descent.
3 years after playing a Nanny to identical twin girls, born on October 11, in Disney's The Parent Trap (1998), she had her own set of identical twins, born on October 11.
Radio talk show host.
Is a gourmet chef. Emeril Lagasse once enjoyed three plates of her famous lasagna at a dinner party.
Won House of Dreams Fashion Show's Dream Maker Role Model Award in September 2009 for inspiring to be the best person they could be via Dance Your Ass Off.
Performs every year with Rosa Blasi in the breast cancer awareness charity event, "What A Pair", for which she writes the Broadway song parody that is performed by the duo.
Received a proclamation from the City of West Hollywood for "Love Your Body Day" in October 2009.