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Q&A: New Series for Lucas Grabeel of High School Musical; Milk

We Love Soaps TV recently had the chance to talk with Lucas Grabeel--the versatile young actor who is probably best known as Ryan from the three Disney High School Musical movies--about his art, his career, and Lea Thompson!

Grabeel's latest project, ABC Family’s new one-hour scripted drama, Switch At Birth, tells the story of two teenage girls who discover they were accidentally switched as newborns in the hospital. Grabeel plays their brother, Toby.

Grabeel has made television guest appearances on series such as CSI, Family Guy, Boston Legal, Til Death, Veronica Mars and Smallville. He's also had roles in The Adventures of Food Boy, Alice Upside Down and College Road Trip.

In 2008, he appeared in the movie Milk, directed by Gus Van Sant, starring Sean Penn and James Franco. He co-starred in the upcoming film What’s Wrong with Virginia, directed by Dustin Lance Black.

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Celebrity Biography: Lucas Grabeel

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Lucas Grabeel was born on November 23, 1984 to Stephen and Jean Grabeel in Springfield, Missouri. He has an older sister, Autumn. He was always interested in performing and even at a very young age, he and his sister would entertain their parents and friends with short skits, commercials and plays. School was always important to Lucas. He attended Logan-Rogersville Elementary and Middle Schools (Rogersville High School), and then Kickapoo High School in Springfield, Missouri - as well as attending the Missouri Fine Arts Academy. In school he was a very good speaker on his feet and took 5th place in the Mshsaa Speech & Debate Championships in 2003. He also participated in all of the school’s theatrical productions - beginning with his sixth grade performance in The Secret Garden. He was in eight different school productions before graduating. In addition, he was also involved with the Y.E.S. Troup in his area.
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