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Lecy Goranson has played the role of Becky Conner continuously for five seasons.
Lecy Goranson did supporting roles in films like 'The Extra Man', and 'How To Make An American Quilt'. She made her debut in 1988 and is now living in New York.
Lecy Goranson played a short role in three Primetime Emmy-winning TV series 'Inside Amy Schumer' in 2016. Her acting career took up after she played the role of Becky Conner, which she also shared with Sarah Chalke. Goranson is also a writer having the credit of writing the episode 'Triggered' in the TV series 'The Conners', where the family gets locked up in a home due to an event in their neighborhood.
Lecy Goranson's mother, Linda Goranson, worked at Evanston Township High School in Illinois, where she taught English. Lecy grew up with her older brother in Illinois.
Lecy Goranson has a net worth of $ 3.5 million.
Any information about her annual earnings is not available.
Lecy Goranson is 5 ft 5 in (165 cm) tall.
Lecy Goranson is 48 years old as of 2022.
Alicia Linda Lecy Goranson, known by her short name Lacy Goranson, was born in Evanston, Illinois, on June 22, 1974. Her mother, Linda Goranson, worked as a high school English teacher, and her father, Stephen Goranson, worked for Environment Protection Agency. Her older brother is Adam Scott Goranson. She studied at Vassar College. The actress was also a part of her college rugby team.
She took improvisational theater classes to become an actress at the Piven Theater, Chicago. She landed the role of Becky Conne in the 1988 television sitcom 'Roseanne', based on the struggles of the Conners family. She got this opportunity at her life's second audition and acted for a continuous time until 1992 when her academic schedules started clashing with shooting time. Her character eloped with her boyfriend, marking the exit of Becky Conne from the show. Goranson quit the show only to later appear in the eighth season.
Lecy Goranson has kept her relationship status personal. However, sources suggest that she is dating Jason Weiss, a director and producer.
She was married earlier but there is no information about her past relationship.
Lecy Goranson made her TV debut with 'Roseanne' on the ABC network but gave on and off appearances after the fifth season due to her studies. Whenever Lecy could not shoot, her character would be played by actress Sarah Chalke.
Lecy Goranson declined to play a role in the ninth season, which led Sarah Chalke to appear for the whole of the ninth season. Lecy did appear in the 10th season as Becky Conner.
Sarah played Becky Conner for the sixth and seventh seasons when Lecy had to attend Vassar College. She reappeared in the 10th season as a new character. Sarah Chalke was given the role of Andrew in this season.
ABC network premiered the final season of 'Roseanne' in 2018, but the channel canceled the revival after just one season due to unexpected events. In the same year, a spin-off called 'The Conners' was announced with all the original cast except Roseanne Barr.
Lecy Goranson's television series roles include a tattoo girl in 'Fringe' created by Alex Kurtzman, Roberto Orci, and J.J. Abrams in 2009, which follows the journey of FBI special agent Olivia Dunham who collaborates with scientist Walter Bishop and his son Peter Bishop to learn about the science related to the parallel universe.
Lecy Goranson earned much credit for many films, including her role as young Hy Dodd in the 1995 movie 'How To Make An American Quilt' under the direction of Jocelyn Moorhouse, as Candace in 'Boys Don't Cry', and as Rosalin Silvo in the TV series 'Law & Order: Special Victims Unit' in 2004.
She also played the character of Sandra in the comedy film 'The Extra Man', which is based on the famous novel written by Jonathan Ames. The story is about a playwright who is a mentor of a relatively young writer and teaches the various ways of living a social life.
Lecy Goranson has been nominated for the Young Artist Award twice, in 1989 and 1990, for her role in 'Roseanne'. She won the Innovator award in 2008 and was nominated for the Critics Choice Award in 2021 for the Best-Supporting Actress in The Comedy Series for the series 'The Conners'.
Lecy Goranson likes to play guitar and mandolin. She is also a sports fan.
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