Duff at the 2010 Tribeca Film Festival
Haylie Katherine Duff
February 19, 1985
|Occupation||Actress, singer, songwriter, television host, writer, fashion designer|
|Partner(s)||Matt Rosenberg (2012–present; engaged)|
|Relatives||Hilary Duff (sister)|
Haylie Katherine Duff (born February 19, 1985) is an American actress, singer, songwriter, television host, writer, and fashion designer. She is best known for her roles as Sandy Jameson in the television series 7th Heaven, Amy Sanders in Lizzie McGuire, Summer Wheatley in Napoleon Dynamite, and Annie Nelson in the made-for-television films Love Takes Wing along with its sequel Love Finds a Home. She is also the older sister of American singer and actress Hilary Duff.
The older sister of Hilary Duff, Haylie Duff was born in Houston, Texas. Duff's mother, Susan Colleen Duff (née Cobb) is a film producer who was a co-executive producer of A Cinderella Story (2004), a producer of The Perfect Man (2005) and Material Girls (2006), and the manager of Hilary; she was previously a homemaker. Her father, Robert Erhard "Bob" Duff, a partner and owner in a chain of convenience stores with his father, John B. Duff, resides at the family home in Houston to maintain the family's business. She began her acting career as an offshoot of her early dance training. Growing up in Texas, Duff began ballet at an early age. By the age of eight, Duff landed a role in the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company's production of The Nutcracker Suite.
Duff's early career started by making guest appearances on made-for-television films such as True Women and on TV series such as The Amanda Show. In addition to guest-starring roles on Chicago Hope, Boston Public, and Third Watch, Duff became a familiar face starting in late 2002 as Amy Sanders on Lizzie McGuire. In 2004, Duff made a guest appearance on That's So Raven as Katina Jones. After making guest appearances on television, Duff received her first role in a feature film when she was cast as Summer Wheatley in Napoleon Dynamite. The film earned her first Teen Choice Award win. She continued making guest appearances, which include Joan of Arcadia and American Dreams. She also lent her voice talent to the Christmas animation film In Search of Santa which again, featured sister Hilary. In 2005, Duff joined the cast of the television series 7th Heaven, playing Sandy Jameson, best friend to Simon's girlfriend Rose.
Duff has also starred in Material Girls with sister Hilary, where she is credited as co-producer, with her mother and sister credited as producers. Following Material Girls, Duff appeared in various made-for-television or straight-to-DVD films including Nightmare, My Sexiest Year, Pretty Little Devils, Backwoods, Love Takes Wing, Love Finds a Home and My Nanny's Secret.
Between 2008 and 2015, Duff appeared in various films and TV roles, including; Fear Island, Tug and Slightly Single in L.A.. She lent her voice to the animated film Foodfight!, but due to distribution issues, the film was delayed for years until it finally saw a release in 2012. Duff hosted the reality show Legally Blonde: The Musical – The Search for Elle Woods, which searched for an actress to take over the lead role in Legally Blonde: The Musical where she had been in the chorus. She was also listed as an executive producer of the series. Duff's project was the film Badge of Honor in 2015.
Duff has recorded numerous singles for various soundtracks with her sister, with most of them appearing on the Disneymania discs. Notable soundtracks include: In Search of Santa, The Lizzie McGuire Movie, A Cinderella Story, and Material Girls. She was featured on rapper Kool G Rap's album Half a Klip, providing the background vocals on the track "On the Rise Again" produced by DJ Premier. Duff also sang "A Whatever Life" for the Stuck in the Suburbs soundtrack and "Sweetest Pain" for the Raising Helen soundtrack. She is also featured on song "Babysitting Is a Bum Deal" on the album Family Guy: Live in Las Vegas, singing a duet with Seth MacFarlane as his character Stewie. In addition to singing, Duff has also written and co-written several songs for her sister Hilary's first two studio albums, Metamorphosis and her self titled second album.
In 2012 she started her own blog called "Real Girl's Kitchen", which was later picked up by the Cooking Channel and made into a show in 2014. In 2013, Duff released her first book called "The Real Girl's Kitchen". In 2017 Haylie started her own children's fashion line called Little Moon Society.
In 2009, Duff stated, "I am a Christian, but I also don't really see myself as a religious person. I see myself as more of a spiritual person. There are a lot of things that I do agree with in Christianity and things that I don't agree with. I'm not a regular churchgoer, but I do think that I have my own beliefs that I feel strongly about."
In April 2014, Duff announced her engagement to Matt Rosenberg after one-and-a-half years of dating. She and Rosenberg have two daughters: Ryan Ava Erhard (b. May 2015) and Lulu Gray (b. June 2018).
|1997||Hope||Martha Jean Pruitt|
|1998||Addams Family Reunion||Gina Adams|
|2000||Dreams in the Attic||Jessica|
|2003||The Newman Shower||Wendy||Short film|
|2003||The Lizzie McGuire Movie||Isabella Parigi (Singing Voice)|
|2004||In Search of Santa||Princess Lucinda|
|2004||Napoleon Dynamite||Summer Wheatley|
|2005||I Love Your Work||Fran|
|2006||Material Girls||Ava Marchetta|
|2007||My Sexiest Year||Debbie|
|2008||Pretty Little Devils||Lana Stephens||Also known as Legacy|
|2009||Fear Island||Jenna / Megan Anderson|
|2009||My Nanny's Secret||Claudia|
|2012||Foodfight!||Sweet Cakes||Voice role|
|2012||Golden Winter||Rory||Voice role|
|2012||The Lost Episode||Megan|
|2013||Taken by Grace||Carrie Everett||TV movie|
|2013||Slightly Single in L.A.||Jill||TV movie|
|2013||Christmas Belle||Isabella||TV movie|
|2014||The Wedding Pact||Elizabeth Carter||TV movie|
|2014||The Costume Shop||Jessica||TV movie|
|2014||Muffin Top: A Love Story||Jessica||TV movie|
|2014||A Belle for Christmas||Kate||Tv movie|
|2014||Naughty & Nice||Sandra||TV movie|
|2015||Desecrated||Allie McClean||TV movie|
|2015||Badge of Honor||Brittany Gallo||TV movie|
|2015||His Secret Family||Sarah Goodman||TV movie|
|2016||The Adventures of Panda Warrior||GoGo Goat (voice: English dub)|
|2017||The Sandman||Claire||TV movie|
|2017||The Bachelor Next Door||Alex||TV movie|
|2017||The Lease||Julia McNeil||TV movie|
|2017||Hacker||Laura O'Brien||TV movie|
|1997||True Women||Elle||Recurring role|
|1999||The Amanda Show||Girl in Crowd||Episode: "Talent Contest"|
|2000||Chicago Hope||Jenny||Episode: "Boys Will Be Girls"|
|2001||Boston Public||Sylvia||Episodes: "Chapter Nine" and "Chapter Sixteen"|
|2002–2003||Lizzie McGuire||Amy Sanders||Episodes: "Party Over Here", "Xtreme Xmas" and "Clue-Less"|
|2003||Third Watch||Young Faith||Episode: "Collateral Damage: Part 1"|
|2003||American Dreams||Shangri-La||Episode: "Change a Comin"|
|2004||That's So Raven||Katina||Episode: "He's Got the Power"|
|2004||One on One||Mandy||Episode: "Lost in the Headlights"|
|2005||Complete Savages||Jessica||Episode: "Save a Dance for Me"|
|2005||Joan of Arcadia||Stevie Marx||Recurring role (Season 2)|
|2005–2007||7th Heaven||Sandy Jameson||Main role (Seasons 10–11)|
|2007||Nightmare||Molly Duggan||Television film|
|2009||Love Takes Wing||Dr. Annie Nelson||Television film|
|2009||Love Finds a Home||Dr. Annie Watson||Television film|
|2011||Holiday Engagement||Trisha "Trish" Burns||Television film|
|2012||Home Invasion||Jade / Megan||Television film|
|2012||Napoleon Dynamite||Summer Wheatley||Recurring role; voice|
|2012||The Secret Life of the American Teenager||Attorney||Episode: "Lies and Byes"|
|2012||Massholes||Fictional Haylie Duff||Episodes: "Rondo to Garnett" and "Brokeback Boston"|
|2012||Blackout||Suzanne Danfield||Main role|
|2012||All About Christmas Eve||Eve / Evelyn Wright||Television film|
|2013||Hats Off to Christmas!||Mia||Television film|
|2013||Christmas Belle||Belle||Television film|
|2014||Sweet Surrender||Chelsea||Television film|
|2014||Naughty and Nice||Dr. Sandra Love||Television film|
|2014||Til Death Do Us Part||Sarah||Television film|
|2014–present||Real Girl's Kitchen||Host|
|2016||The Bad Twin||Dr. Jennifer Burgess||Television film|
|2017||Real Rob||Allison||3 episodes|
|2018||Deadly Delusion||Julia McNeil||Television film|
|2006||Hairspray||Amber Von Tussle|
|2010||Love, Loss, and What I Wore||Amanda|
|"Our Lips Are Sealed"
(with Hilary Duff)
|2004||8||7||A Cinderella Story|
|"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.|
|"On the Rise Again"
(Kool G Rap featuring Haylie Duff)
|2008||Half a Klip|
|"Same Old Christmas"||2002||Hilary Duff||Santa Claus Lane|
|"The Siamese Cat Song"||2004||DisneyMania 2|
|"Girl in the Band"||N/A||The Lizzie McGuire Movie|
|"What Dreams Are Made Of" (Ballad version)||Yani Gellman|
|"Sweetest Pain"||2004||N/A||Raising Helen|
|"A Whatever Life"||Stuck in the Suburbs|
|"One in This World"||A Cinderella Story|
|"Babysitting Is a Bum Deal"||2005||Seth MacFarlane||Family Guy: Live in Vegas|
|"Material Girl"||2006||Hilary Duff||Girl Next Vol.1|
|"Our Lips Are Sealed"||2004||Chris Applebaum|
|"Material Girl"||2006||Chris Applebaum|
|"Sweet Sixteen"||2003||Hilary Duff||Metamorphosis||Co-writer|||
|"Mr. James Dean"||2004||Hilary Duff|
|"The Last Song"|
|"Holiday"||2008||Best of Hilary Duff|
|2013||Real Girl's Kitchen||Rarzobill Books|
Awards and nominations
|1999||Young Artist Awards||Best Performance in a TV Movie / Pilot / Mini-Series or Series – Supporting Young Actress||Addams Family Reunion||Won|
|2005||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Movie Breakout Performance – Female||Napoleon Dynamite||Won|
|2006||Teen Choice Awards||TV – Choice Breakout Star||7th Heaven||Nominated|
|2014||Stellae Awards||Best Actress||Taken by Grace||Won|
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The singing and acting sisters were born in Houston, TX where they were encouraged by their mom to take acting classes.
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Duff, 6, and Haylie, 8, land parts in the ballet The Nutcracker Suite in San Antonio.
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