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Jamie Lynn Spears
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Spears in 2007
Born
Jamie Lynn Marie Spears

(1991-04-04) April 4, 1991 (age 29)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
Years active2002–2008, 2013–present
TelevisionAll That
Zoey 101
Spouse(s)
Jamie Watson
(m. 2014)
Partner(s)Casey Aldridge (2005–2009; 2010)
Children2
Parent(s)
Relatives
Musical career
GenresCountry
InstrumentsVocals
Websitejamielynnspears.com

Jamie Lynn Marie Spears[1] (born April 4, 1991)[1] is an American actress and singer. She played the role of Zoey Brooks on the Nickelodeon teen sitcom Zoey 101 (2005–2008) and Noreen Fitzgibbons in the Netflix romantic drama series Sweet Magnolias (2020). In 2013, Spears launched a career in country music. She released her debut single, "How Could I Want More", along with her debut EP, The Journey.

Spears was born in McComb, Mississippi and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana, the younger sister of singer Britney Spears. She became the subject of significant media attention and controversy in 2007 when she announced she was pregnant at age 16, effectively sending her career into hiatus.

Early life[edit]

Spears was born in McComb, Mississippi,[2] and raised in Kentwood, Louisiana,[1] to James and Lynne Spears. Her older siblings are Bryan and Britney.[3] She attended Parklane Academy, where she was a cheerleader, and point guard of the basketball team.[4] Spears studied with tutors while filming Zoey 101 in Los Angeles.[5] She finished her education via online correspondence[6] and received her GED in February 2008 through Tangipahoa Parish School System Adult Education Center.[7]

Career[edit]

2002–2010: Career beginnings and success with Zoey 101[edit]

In February 2002, Spears made her acting debut in the Paramount Pictures drama film Crossroads which starred her sister, who portrayed the central character Lucy Wagner. Spears made a cameo, playing the younger version of Britney's character.[8] Following Crossroads, Nickelodeon cast Spears as a regular performer in the eighth season of the sketch comedy series All That.[9] The season followed a two-year hiatus of the series. Spears portrayed various roles through the two seasons she appeared in as well as herself.[10] Spears's performance received positive reviews from critics with many complimenting her comedic timing and being a highlight of the show. Spears did not return for the series' tenth and final season to pursue other roles on the network. Spears made a guest appearance at Stars, Stripes and Skates skating gala at Madison Square Garden in September 2002.[citation needed]

In August 2004, Spears signed a development deal with Nickelodeon in which she would star as the protagonist in her own scripted television series that would air on the network. The series went on to be titled Zoey 101 and Spears portrayed the role of Zoey Brooks. The series centered on Zoey and her friends who attend a fictional boarding school, Pacific Coast Academy (PCA). Spears recorded the series theme song, titled "Follow Me", which was written by her sister Britney Spears. Filmed at Pepperdine University in Malibu, California, the series premiered on January 9, 2005, the network's highest-rated series premiere in over eight years. Spears won a Young Artist Award and a Nickelodeon Kids' Choice Awards for her performance.[11] Nickelodeon announced the fourth season would be the series' last season. The series finale, "PCA Confidential", aired on May 2, 2008. Nickelodeon issued a statement shortly after the announcement of Spears being pregnant at the age of 16 stating that the network respected Spears's decision to take responsibility and noting that its primary concern was for her well-being.[12][13]

In December 2007, Variety announced Spears had signed on to guest-appear in the ABC comedy sitcom series Miss Guided, in which she played the role of the promiscuous high-school student Mandy Fener in the episode "Hot Sub" which aired on March 20, 2008. That same year, Spears voiced Goldilock in the direct-to-DVD animation film Unstable Fables: Goldilocks & 3 Bears Show. The film is the third and final installment of the Unstable Fables trilogy.[citation needed]

2011–present: Country music and television roles[edit]

In 2011, Spears moved to Nashville with her daughter Maddie and began working on a country music album with a number of local music producers.[10] On November 7, 2011, Spears held a small concert at the Rutledge in Nashville in which she performed a set of original songs.[14] On November 25, 2013, Spears released her first single "How Could I Want More" from her upcoming debut album.[15][16] The song debuted at number 29 on Billboard's Hot Country Songs, and at number 8 on the Country Digital Songs chart, for the week ending December 7, 2013.[17][18] Kevin Rutherford of Billboard described Spears' performance as "sweet and innocent" yet powerful, and suggested the song would fit right in at country radio.[19] Spears is featured on her older sister, Britney Spears's eighth studio album Britney Jean on the song "Chillin' With You".[20] On May 27, 2014, Spears released an EP called The Journey.[21] The EP peaked at number 5 on Billboard's Heatseekers Albums, and at number 24 on Top Country Albums. Jana Kramer recorded a song Spears co-wrote, "I Got the Boy," which was released as the second single from Thirty One in 2015.[22] The song was certified Platinum by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), and has sold 592,000 copies in the United States as of April 2016.

Spears and her daughter on game show Double Dare in 2019

On March 15, 2016, Spears performed at the Grand Ole Opry in Nashville. She was introduced by her two older siblings, Britney and Bryan, who made surprise appearances at the show.[23] On June 24, 2016, Spears released her second single, "Sleepover."[24] She described the song as "young, flirty and empowering".[25] Spears was a presenter and a performer at Radio Disney Music Awards in April 2017.[26][27] In an episode that aired on July 13, 2018, Spears returned to Nickelodeon for the first time in over ten years as a contestant on the revived game show Double Dare with her daughter Maddie, competing against fellow All That alumnus Josh Server and his niece.[28] She and Maddie won over $15,000 to donate to the New Orleans hospital that treated Maddie following a near-fatal ATV accident.[29]

In July 2019, Netflix announced that Spears has been cast as a series regular in the upcoming romance drama series Sweet Magnolias, which is based on the novel series by Sherryl Woods.[30][31] She played young woman called Noreen Fitzgibbons, who works as a nurse and wants to build a new life after making bad choices.[32] In November 2019, Teen Vogue reported that Spears has joined the cast of a new Nickelodeon television series, which is uniting two of the channel's most iconic shows from the past: All That and Zoey 101.[33][34] In July 2020, the cast of Zoey 101 reunited in an episode of the eleventh season of All That.[35] Spears played herself and her old All That character Thelma Stump.[36] While working on a Zoey 101 reboot, Spears and Chantel Jeffries recorded a new version of the show's theme song "Follow Me".[10][37] The music video for the song featured appearances by JoJo Siwa, Dixie D’Amelio, Gigi Gorgeous, Eva Gutowski, Loren Gray, Lynne Spears and Spears' elder daughter Maddie.[38][39][40]

Public image[edit]

Spears has been featured in several fashion blogs and magazines such as Nylon,[10] Seventeen, Teen Vogue, CosmoGirl, Teen People, Teen, Girls' Life, Mizz and Nickelodeon Magazine.[41][42] Spears has appeared in commercials and print ads throughout her career. She appeared in television commercials for eKara, Pepsi and Clorox Bleach. In 2018, she appeared in an advertising campaign for Kraft with daughter Maddie.[43]

Spears is popular on social media and endorses products such as beauty and wellness products on Instagram.[44] She has partnered with FabFitFun,[45] KiwiCo[46] and Teami Blends.[47]

Personal life[edit]

Teen pregnancy[edit]

On December 20, 2007, in an interview with OK! magazine, Spears announced that she was pregnant by her then-boyfriend, Casey Aldridge.[48] She was 16 years old at the time. Aldridge, whom she had been dating for two years, was 18.[49] Spears confirmed her engagement to Aldridge in March 2008 after it was reported she was seen wearing an engagement ring.[50] In May 2008, the couple moved to Liberty, Mississippi, and purchased a house, with Spears stating they would raise their child there.[51] Spears gave birth to her first daughter, Maddie Briann Aldridge, on June 19, 2008 at Southwest Mississippi Regional Medical Center in McComb, Mississippi.[52][53][54] Spears and Aldridge called off their engagement in March 2009,[55][56] and Spears ended the relationship and moved out in December 2009.[57] Spears and Aldridge reconciled in August 2010,[58] but ended their relationship a second time in November 2010.[59][60]

The announcement of Spears' pregnancy generated controversy, as the media was accused of using the story to "glamorize" teenage pregnancy.[61][62] Some teens were disappointed with the contrast between Spears's on-screen personality as a "good" girl and her real-life pregnancy.[63] On June 4, 2008, while in Amite County, Mississippi, the Spears family filed a complaint against Edwin Merrino, a paparazzo who, they believed, was following and stalking the couple. Merrino denied the allegation. He was released later in the day after posting a $1,096 bond.[64] After the birth of Maddie, Spears disappeared from the public eye for five years and focused on raising her daughter.[65] "Although her teenage years were few, she grasped motherhood immediately and fully. She focused only on trying to make the best decisions for her baby and herself, and in that order," her mother Lynne Spears recalled in the October 2020 issue of Nylon magazine.[10]

Marriage and family[edit]

She subsequently began a relationship with Jamie Watson, a businessman who owns communications service Advanced Media Partners. After two years of on-and-off dating, they announced their engagement in March 2013.[66][67] On March 14, 2014, she married Watson in New Orleans.[68] On April 11, 2018, Spears gave birth to her second daughter, Ivey Joan Watson.[69][70]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Crossroads Young Lucy Wagner
2008 The Goldilocks and the 3 Bears Show Goldilocks Voice role

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002–2004; 2020 All That Various roles Main role: seasons 89; guest: season 11
2003 Switched! Herself Episode: "Kyle and Danielle"
2005 A Weekend with... Herself Episode: "Jamie Lynn Spears"[71]
2005 Britney and Kevin: Chaotic Herself Episode: "Veil of Secrecy"
2005–2008 Zoey 101 Zoey Brooks Lead role
2006 Zoey 101: Spring Break-Up Television film
2007 Just Jordan Krya Episode: "Spelling Bees"
2008 Miss Guided Mandy Ferner Episode: "Hot Sub"
2013 I Am Britney Jean Herself Documentary
2015 What Did Zoey Say? Zoey Brooks Short film; Archive footage
2016 When the Lights Go Out Herself Documentary
2016 The Talk Herself / Guest Co-Host Episode: "Jamie Lynn Spears/Sela Ward/Frank Grillo"
2018 Double Dare Herself / Contestant Episode: "Team Server vs. Team Spears"
2020 Sweet Magnolias Noreen Fitzgibbons Series regular
TBA Zoey 101 reboot Zoey Brooks Upcoming television series

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Artist Notes
2013 "Ooh La La" Britney Spears Guest appearance

Discography[edit]

Extended plays[edit]

Extended plays, with selected chart positions and certifications
Title EP details Peak chart positions
US US Country US Heat US Indie
The Journey 193 24 5 25
"—" denotes releases that didn't chart or weren't released in that territory

Singles[edit]

Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US
Bub.

[73]
US
Country

[74]
US
Country
Airplay

[74]
CAN
[74]
UK
Indie

[75]
"How Could I Want More"[76] 2013 18 29 55 68 27 The Journey
"Sleepover"[77] 2016 Non-album singles
"Follow Me"
(with Chantel Jeffries)
2020
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory

Other appearances[edit]

Title Year Other artist(s) Album
"(Hey Now) Girls Just Want to Have Fun" 2002 Triple Image Celebrate
"Chillin' with You" 2013 Britney Spears Britney Jean

Music videos[edit]

Title Year Director Ref.
"How Could I Want More" 2013 Matthew Underwood [78]
"Sleepover (Acoustic Nashville Session)" 2016 Bryan Spears
"Follow Me" 2020 Philip Andelman

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2004 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite Female TV Star All That Nominated
2005 Young Artist Awards Outstanding Young Performers In A TV Series (shared with cast) Nominated [79]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Breakout Performance – Female Zoey 101 Nominated [citation needed]
Young Hollywood Awards One to Watch – Female Herself Won [citation needed]
2006 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite TV Actress Zoey 101 Won [80]
Young Artist Awards Best Young Ensemble Performance In A TV Series (Comedy or Drama) (shared with cast) Won [81]
2007 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite TV Actress Nominated [82][83]
Kids' Choice Awards Germany Favorite Actress Won [84]
Nickelodeon UK Kids' Choice Awards Best TV Actress Nominated [85]
Young Artist Awards Best Performance In A TV Series (Comedy or Drama) – Leading Young Actress Nominated [86]
Best Young Ensemble Performance In A TV Series (Comedy or Drama) (shared with cast) Won [86]
2008 Kids' Choice Awards Favorite TV Actress Nominated [87][88]
Young Artist Awards Best Performance In A TV Series – Leading Young Actress Nominated [89]
Best Young Ensemble Performance In A TV Series (shared with cast) Nominated [89]

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