Courtney Peldon is an American film and television actress. She is known for her roles in films such as "Say It Isn't So" and television series including "Boston Public" and "Home Improvement." She also does voice work, most notably in the hit Disney film "Frozen."
Courtney Brynn Peldon was born in New York City on April 13, 1981 to college professor Wendy Peldon and attorney Jeffrey Peldon. A child actress, Courtney made her television debut on "The Ellen Burstyn Show" in 1986 and by 1991 was already starring as on of the lead roles on the family comedy "Harry and the Hendersons." Around the same time, she was tearing it up on Broadway in the Gershwin Theatre production of Meet Me in St. Louis, playing the role of Tootie for the entirety of the show's run.
By 1994, Courtney had finally made it onto the big screen in the film "Little Giants" and followed this up with a small role in the Jonathan Taylor Thomas vehicle "Tom and Huck" in 1995. While that may not seem that significant considering it was just a minor part, it went on get Courtney cast as a recurring girlfriend to JTT's character on the then popular family comedy "Home Improvement" from 1996 to 1998. Since that time, she has gone on to guest on a number of series including "3rd Rock from the Sun," "That '70s Show," and "Entourage." She starred as Becky Emerson on the hit FOX drama "Boston Public," as well.
Since 2005, Courtney has shifted her attention mostly to voice work. She has provided the speaking parts for several animated characters through the years for series like "W.I.T.C.H." and "The Emperor's New School," and even played various parts in the highly successful Disney film "Frozen" in 2013.