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She also signed a development deal with Gameshow Marathon production company Fremantle Media for other ventures, including creating and producing future programs and projects.In October 2007, Lake appeared in the Lifetime TV movie Matters of Life and Dating.
The Business of Being Born, Lake's documentary about home birth and midwifery, was released in limited markets on January 18, 2008.
but was largely brought up by her paternal grandmother, Sylvia Lake, until Sylvia's death from breast cancer in 1978.
According to her IMBD profile, Lake attended Hastings High School through the end of her sophomore year, graduated from the Professional Children's School and attended Ithaca College for one year.
Lake made her film debut as Tracy Turnblad, the lead character in John Waters' 1988 cult-classic Hairspray.
Lake also starred in other Waters films including Cry-Baby (with Johnny Depp and Susan Tyrrell), Cecil B.
Demented (with Melanie Griffith and Stephen Dorff), and Serial Mom (with Kathleen Turner and Sam Waterston). Winterbourne with Shirley Mac Laine and Brendan Fraser, Cabin Boy, Last Exit to Brooklyn, Cookie, and Inside Monkey Zetterland.
She joined the cast of the Vietnam War drama series China Beach as a Red Cross volunteer, Holly "the Donut Dolly" Pelegrino, for the show's third season.She also had a recurring role on the CBS sitcom The King of Queens as Doug's sister Stephanie.She guest-starred on television series including Drop Dead Diva and a voice role on King of the Hill, and starred in the television movie Baby Cakes.She had a cameo appearance in the 2007 remake of the original cult-classic Hairspray as a William Morris talent agent, and teamed up with star Nikki Blonsky (who played Tracy Turnblad in the 2007 movie musical remake) and Marissa Jaret Winokur (who played Tracy Turnblad in the Broadway musical based on the original 1988 film) to record "Mama I'm a Big Girl Now" for the soundtrack. She later reunited with original Hairspray co-star Deborah Harry for the film Hotel Gramercy Park, which was released in 2008.Ricki Lake was Lake's first daytime talk show and at 24, she was the youngest person at the time to host one (that record would later be broken by eight-year-old Philippine child actress Ryzza Mae Dizon in 2013).The show specialized in topics involving invited guests and incorporated questions and comments from a studio audience.