Aimee-Lynn Chadwick is an American actress from Sandwich, Massachusetts.
Chadwick attended the Capachionies School of Performing Arts. Chadwick had then performed a variety of stage plays such as Reno Sweeney in Anything Goes, Martha in The Secret Garden, Adelaide in Guys and Dolls and performed with Jon Secada in The Orange Bowl Half-Time Show in Miami, Florida. Following her studies at CSPA, she went on to study at The Boston Conservatory. After exhausting the opportunities available to her on the east coast, she decided to head west. Moving to Los Angeles with one-hundred dollars in her pocket and nothing but a dream, Ms. Chadwick lived on people’s couches for about 9 months until she found herself a small air mattress in the corner of an office room. Her long, hard haul finally paid off in 2003 when she landed a supporting role in the Warner Bros. feature, A Cinderella Story, as the quirky/punky, "shock jock" DJ Astrid. This role lead to other opportunities such as starring as Alice in the Special Edition Disney DVD of Alice in Wonderland and hosting DIRT (a children’s motocross show that traveled around the United States). Soon afterwards, Aimee landed a guest spot on