Lane Napper

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Lane Napper
Born (1967-06-22) June 22, 1967 (age 47)
Occupation Actor, choreographer, dancer, acting coach
Years active 1997–present
Website
www.lanenappernow.com

Lane Napper (born June 22, 1967)[1] is an American actor, choreographer, dancer, acting coach and teacher.

Filmography[edit]

As actor[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Cosby Tap Dancer 1 episode: "Shall We Dance"
1999 For Your Love Singing Puppy 1 episode: "The Paper Chase"
2000–2002 Nikki Dancer, Mike 6 episodes: "No Sex, No Marry, No Title", "Cheerleader of Doom", "Dwight and Nikki and Ken an Alice", "Take This Job And Love It", "Family Lies", "GED Get Off My Back"
2002 The Drew Carey Show Dispatcher (voice) 1 episode: "A Shot In The Dark"
2004, 2007 Drake & Josh 2 episodes: "Really Big Shrimp", "Smart Girl"
2007, 2011 iCarly Ernie, Lane Alexander 2 episodes: "iWas A Pageant Girl", "iParty With Victorious"
2010–2012 Victorious Lane Alexander 25 episodes

As choreographer[edit]

Year Title Notes
1999 Suddenly Susan 1 episode: "The Cheerleaders"
2000–2001 Nikki 3 episodes: "One Wedding and A Funeral", "Fallback", "The Next Step"
2003–2004 All That 3 episodes: "Drake Bell", "Nodesha", "Boomkat"
2007 Drake & Josh 1 episode: "Dance Contest"
2007 iCarly 1 episode: "iDream Of Dance"
2010-2011 Victorious 10 episodes

As dialogue coach[edit]

Year Title
2004–2007 Drake & Josh
2005–2006 Zoey 101
2007–2012 iCarly
2010-2013 Victorious

References[edit]

  1. ^ Date of birth per Intelius search

External links[edit]