LazyTown Star Looks Completely Different As She Shares New, Grown Up Photos
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LazyTown's Chloe Lang who played the iconic Stephanie looks completely different and grown up in recent Instagram posts.
The 20-year-old is most known for her role as LazyTown's main character, Stephanie. She took on the role in 2013, replacing Julianna Rose Mauriello, when the popular show was brought back for a third and fourth season.
Lang has since starred in the short film Harper's First Kiss, but has yet to fully return to the big screen. But, that has not stopped her from fame on social media. From posting bikini snaps to shots of her life in The Big Apple - the New York native is a reminder to her 98.1k followers that beloved child actors grow up eventually.
It seems her time on the children's show has served her well as she shares stories on her travels across the globe and pictures of her trendy outfits.
Over on TikTok she has garnered over 421.3k followers. A recent video titled "a day with me on set" follows her current work on the second season of Gravesend. The top comment jokes: "man a season 5 of Lazy Town would have been nice." One nostalgic person said: "you are my childhood."
Her other videos show behind the scene shots of LazyTown. In response to comments, Lang said she misses working on the show and that her favourite episode is Let's Go To The Moon where Robbie, the main antagonist, moves to the moon so he can get away from Sportacus and the noisy kids.
Stefán Karl Stefánsson, who played Robbie, passed away in 2018 at the age of 43 from bile duct cancer.
One of Lang's TikToks with 1.4 million likes explains whys she misses being on the Icelandic show so much despite only being 10 years old at the time. She shares photos in her pink wig and costume alongside co-stars Stefánsson and Magnús Scheving who plays Sportacus.
"Lazy town was a fever of a dream," one person commented while another said: "you were my childhood hero."
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