Lea Moreno Young (Lucy Cavanagh)
Lea Moreno Young grew up on the stage in her hometown of Orange County, California. At the age of 16 she landed her first lead in a professional play at South Coast Repertory in Costa Mesa, where she had studied for several years. Shortly after graduating from high school in 1995, she landed guest-starring roles on the television series "Home Improvement" and "Step by Step".
Since then, Young's television credits have included guest-starring roles on NBC's "Providence", "Walker, Texas Ranger", "Promised Land", and a recurring role on "Clueless". In 1998, she starred as Alice Logan in the drama series "Legacy" and the following season she starred as a young Russian immigrant, Anna Pricova, in the comedy series "Brutally Normal". Most recently Young starred in the NBC comedy series, "D.A.G."
Young also co-starred opposite Chris Noth in the television movie "Born Free: A New Adventure" and had starring roles in the cable movies "Two Small Voices" and "Doom Runners".
Her independent feature film credits include role in "Jungle Boy", shot on location in India, and "Falling Sky". During the filming of "Falling Sky", Young met her husband, Chris Young. The couple married in 2000, and just welcomed the birth of their baby girl, Graciela Mae, in April of 2002.
Young and her family currently live in Los Angeles.