Lisa Whelchel is an actress, singer, songwriter, novelist, and public speaker from the United States. Whelchel was born in Littlefield, Texas, on May 29, 1963. As of 2021, she is 58 years old. She is most remembered for her roles as a Mouseketeer on The New Mickey Mouse Club and the preppy and rich Blair Warner on The Facts of Life, which she played for nine years.
Whelchel was born in Littlefield, Texas, on May 29, 1963. Virginia “Genny” , a real estate agent, and James “Jimmy” Whelchel Sr., an electrician, are her parents. In 1981, her parents split, and in 1983, her mother married Roy Coleman. Lisa is James “Cody” Whelchel Jr.’s older sister.
Whelchel, who married her ex-husband Steven Cauble and is a former associate pastor at The Church on the Way in Van Nuys, California, is a married woman. The couple divorced in 2012, despite their lengthy and loving marriage. The real reason for their divorce has yet to be revealed. Her present relationship status is single, but she is focusing on improving her connection with herself and enjoying it.
Tucker Stephenson Cauble, the couple’s son, was born on January 17, 1990, and Haven Katherine Hill Cauble, her daughter, was born on September 26, 1991. Clancy Elizabeth Cauble (aka Clancy Cauble), Whelchel’s daughter, was born on November 12, 1992.
Lisa Whelchel as an Author
Lisa Whelchel is the author of ten books on topics such as parenthood, child discipline, adult friendships, homeschooling, and discovering Jesus through the creation of holiday traditions. Prayer and wisdom are two other spiritual things to consider. So You’re Thinking About Homeschooling and The Facts of Life are two of her best-selling books (and Other Lessons My Father Taught Me).
Whelchel has received harsh attention and criticism for her ideas from both Christian and non-Christian parenting groups, while being a Gold Medallion nominee for her book on child discipline, Creative Correction. Whelchel discussed her books on motherhood and shared her opinions on child discipline provided in the book in a 2005 interview with talk show host Drew Marshall.
Whelchel released the Christian pop album All Because of You in 1984. The album debuted at No. 17 on the Billboard charts for Contemporary Christian music. She received a Grammy nomination for Best Inspirational Performance and was credited with writing the title song, “All Because of You.”
“All Because of You,” “Just Obey,” “Cover Me Lord,” and “Good Girl” are among the album’s tunes. She did not release a follow-up album. She made a cameo appearance in the music video for contemporary Christian music singer-songwriter Steve Taylor’s song “Meltdown (at Madame Tussaud’s)” while she was on The Facts of Life. The song was taken from the album Meltdown and was titled “Meltdown.”
In addition to parenthood, kid discipline, and adult friendships, the multifaceted personality has produced several books.
- Taking Care of the Me in Mommy: Becoming a Better Mom – Spirit, Body & Soul
- So You’re Thinking About Homeschooling: Fifteen Families Show How You Can Do It
- The Adventure of Christmas: Helping Children Find Jesus in Our Holiday Traditions
- Friendship for Grown-Ups: What I Missed and Learned Along the Way
Starred as an Actor
- The Magician of Lublin
- A Madea Christmas
- The Double McGuffin
Lisa Whelchel has amassed a sizable fortune through her her profession. According to Celebrity net worth, she has a net worth of roughly $3 million.