Lucy Chet DeVito
March 11, 1983
New York City, U.S.
|Known for||Leaves of Grass and Deadbeat|
DeVito was born in Los Angeles, the daughter of actors Danny DeVito and Rhea Perlman. She also has two younger siblings, a sister, Grace Fan DeVito (born March 1985) and a brother, Jacob Daniel DeVito (born October 1987).
Her first major movie role was the 2009 film Leaves of Grass; later that year DeVito starred alongside her mother in the off-Broadway play Love, Loss, and What I Wore, adapted by Nora and Delia Ephron, at the Westside Theatre.
In 2017, she acted in the play Hot Mess, a romantic comedy, portraying the role of "Elanor".
- This Revolution (2005), Uncredited
- The Good Night (2007), Uncredited
- Nobel Son (2007), as Wanda
- A Quiet Little Marriage (2008), as Sylvia
- Leaves of Grass (2009), as Miss Greenstein
- Sleepwalk with Me (2012), as Hilary
- The Comedian (2016), as Brittany Berkowitz
- Speech & Debate (2017), as Lucy
- Dumbo as Coat check girl
- Blonde (TBA)
- Crumbs (2006), as Cashier
- It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia (2006–2007), as Jenny/Woman
- Dirt (2007), as Linda
- Melissa & Joey (2010–2015), as Stephanie Krause
- Girls (2015), as Lisa
- DeadBeat (2014–2016), as Sue
- The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel (2018-2019), as Irene
- Shameless (2019), as a hospital admissions employee
- California Birth Index, 1905–1995 (Provo, UT: Ancestry.com Operations, Inc.), 2005.
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