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Are any Lacey Chabert christmas films available on Netflix?

Since childhood, Lacey Chabert has been acting in Hollywood. Her first significant part was in the soap opera All My Children, followed by Claudia Salinger in the Fox drama Party of Five. Gretchen Wieners in the acclaimed teen comedy film Mean Girls was possibly her most “mainstream” performance to date.

Since then, Chabert has carved out a position for herself on the Hallmark Channel, with many fans affectionately referring to her as the “Queen of Hallmark.” Chabert has produced almost 30 films for the network, and I’m certain that number will continue to rise!

Even though not all of her Hallmark films are Christmas-themed, many of her most popular ones are, and her fans like revisiting them during the holiday season.


Are there any Christmas films featuring Lacey Chabert on Netflix?

Unfortunately, none of Lacey Chabert’s Christmas films are currently available on Netflix. The only projects she has on Netflix are a handful of animated films for which she provided voice-over work.

Chabert provided the voice for Gwen Stacey in The Spectacular Spider-Man and Dani Burns in Transformers: Rescue Bots. In the Netflix animated series Kulipari: Army of Frogs, she also voices the characters Coorah and Thuma.

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Where to view Lacey Chabert’s Christmas films

Even though Chabert’s Christmas films are not available on Netflix, she has starred in a number of holiday films that are available elsewhere. The following list highlights her favorite holiday films.

Unless otherwise specified, each of the following films is available for $9.99 in HD (or $7.99 in SD) on Amazon. Some are also available for $3.99 in HD or $2.99 in SD for rental.

  • Christmas at Castle Hart
  • Time for Us to Come Home for Christmas
  • Christmas Waltz
  • Christmas in Rome
  • Pride, Prejudice, and Mistletoe
  • The Sweetest Christmas
  • A Wish for Christmas
  • A Christmas Melody
  • The Tree That Saved Christmas – (Streaming on Peacock, Freevee, and Tubi TV)
  • A Royal Christmas

If you’re looking for something different, you can watch Black Christmas, a remake of the 1974 film of the same name. Chabert portrays Dana in the 2006 remake, which is currently available to stream on Freevee, Hulu, Pluto TV, and the Roku Channel.


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