|Born||June 3, 1977|
During the early 1990s, Lucas played Dina Alexander on Nickelodeon's Salute Your Shorts, which ran from 1991-1992. In 1992 she appeared in the 'Fantasy Dating Game' Girls' Club. Created for the Philip's CD-I, Imagination Machine, it allowed girls to go on interactive dates with thirty of the 'coolest guys in the universe'. In 1993, she won the Young Artist Award for best young actress to co-star in a cable series for her role. She also played Noriko "Max" Matsuda in the 1996 sci-fi series Hypernauts.
By 1998, Lucas quit acting, pursuing higher education instead. She currently lives in Arizona and works as an attorney. She's also divorced with a daughter.  In 2015, she reunited with most of her Salute Your Shorts cast at Portland, Oregon's Everything is Festival.
|1991–1992||Salute Your Shorts||Dina Alexander||Various||Nickelodeon||Series regular, 26 episodes|
|1992||Nick Arcade||Herself||Nickelodeon||Salute Your Shorts Celebrity Special|
|1993||Getting By||Marlene||Joel Zwick||ABC||"Not with My Sister"|
|1995||Boy Meets World||Kim||David Trainer||ABC||"Danger Boy"|
|1995||Saved by the Bell: The New Class||Nicole Miller||Don Barnhart||NBC||"Thomas D."|
|1996||Hypernauts||Noriko 'Max' Matsuda||Various||ABC||11 episodes|
|1996||The Wayans Bros.||Toni Jackson||Gerren Keith||The WB||" Mama, I Wanna Act"|
Lucas appeared in numerous video shorts as well as in the 1992 film Ghost Ship. She also appeared in major commercials for the following companies:
- Coca-Cola (1998)
- Clearasil (1997)
- Sunny Delight (1996)
- Noxema (1995 & 1996)
- Secret Ultra Dry Deodorant
- Johnson & Johnson Persa Gel
- Heidi Lucas Bio - Heidi Lucas Biography - Heidi Lucas Stories
- "Heidi Lukacik | The Bishop Law Office"
- Salute Your Shorts cast reunites—and Donkeylips sings the theme song Entertainment Weekly, Retrieved June 1, 2015
- "Ghost Ship on IMDB".
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