A pretty, versatile young actress who has been working consistently in television since the beginning of the 1990s, New York City native Lindsey Sloane moved with her family to California at age one. By age 13 she had begun her acting career, voicing a character in the CBS animated special "Why, Charlie Brown, Why?" in 1990. The following year she began a two-season recurring role on the nostalgic ABC sitcom "The Wonder Years," playing a classmate of narrator Kevin Arnold (Fred Savage). A guest stint on the ABC drama "My So-Called Life" and a supporting role in the "CBS Schoolbreak Special" presentation "Between Mother and Daughter" added more credits to Sloane's resume while keeping her in the public eye.