Lane Napper

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Lane Napper
Born (1967-06-22) June 22, 1967 (age 51)
Occupation Actor, choreographer, dancer, acting coach
Years active 1997–present

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


As actor[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Cosby Tap Dancer Episode: "Shall We Dance"
1999 For Your Love Singing Puppy Episode: "The Paper Chase"
2000–02 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) Episode: "A Shot in the Dark"
2004, 2007 Drake & Josh 2 episodes: "Really Big Shrimp", "Smart Girl"
2007, 2011 iCarly Ernie, Lane Alexander Episode: "iWas a Pageant Girl"
Crossover episode: "iParty with Victorious"
2010–12 Victorious Lane Alexander 25 episodes
TBA Consensus Reality Doctor Weaver In post-production

As choreographer[edit]

Year Title Notes
1999 Suddenly Susan Episode: "The Cheerleaders"
2000–01 Nikki 3 episodes: "One Wedding and a Funeral", "Fallback", "The Next Step"
2003–04 All That 3 episodes: "Drake Bell", "Nodesha", "Boomkat"
2007 Drake & Josh Episode: "Dance Contest"
2007 iCarly Episode: "iDream of Dance"
2010–11 Victorious 10 episodes

As dialogue coach[edit]

Year Title
2004–07 Drake & Josh
2005–06 Zoey 101
2007–12 iCarly
2010–13 Victorious


  1. ^ Date of birth per Intelius search

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