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A to Z 2018: Peyton Elizabeth Lee, actress

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"Andi Mack" has been cited as the driving force behind the Disney Channel's new direction, and its young star Peyton Elizabeth Lee is key to the show's acclaim. See the full list: nbcnews.com/atoz