Lucy Hale

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Lucy Hale
Lucy Hale in 2018.jpg
Hale in 2018
Born
Karen Lucille Hale

(1989-06-14) June 14, 1989 (age 33)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • singer
  • television personality
Years active2003–present
Musical career
Genres
Labels
Websitewww.lucyhale.com

Karen Lucille Hale[2][3] (born June 14, 1989[4][5]) is an American actress, singer, and television personality.[6][7] She has received various accolades, including seven Teen Choice Awards (the most for any actress in a single series), a Gracie Award, a People's Choice Award and two Young Hollywood Awards.

After early recognition for her roles as Becca Sommers in the series Bionic Woman (2007) and Rose Baker in the series Privileged (2008–2009), Hale received her breakthrough role as Aria Montgomery in the Freeform series Pretty Little Liars (2010–2017), for which she received global stardom and critical acclaim. She starred as Stella Abbott in Life Sentence (2018), the titular character in Katy Keene (2020) and DC Lake Edmunds in Ragdoll (2021). She has appeared in films such as The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 (2008), A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song and Scream 4 (both 2011), and led the films Truth or Dare and Dude (both 2018), Fantasy Island (2020), and The Hating Game (2021).

In addition to acting, Hale has also ventured into music. In 2003, she first came to prominence as one of the five winners of the reality show American Juniors, a children's spin-off of Fox's American Idol and began as a solo artist with signing Hollywood Records in 2012, on her debut studio album, Road Between (2014). She is also credited with hosting Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve from 2016 to 2021.

Early life[edit]

Hale was born on June 14, 1989, in Memphis, Tennessee, to Julie Knight and Preston Hale.[8][9] She was named after one of her great-grandmothers. Her mother is a registered nurse.[3] She has an older sister, Maggie,[3][10] a step-sister, Kirby,[11] and a step-brother Wes.[12] Hale was homeschooled as a child.[13] During her childhood, she took acting and singing lessons.[14] In August 2012, Hale revealed she had suffered from an eating disorder.[15]

Career[edit]

2003–2009: Early roles[edit]

In 2003, Hale first appeared on television as a contestant in the Fox reality show American Juniors. On July 30, 2003, Hale finished in fourth place[16] and part of a group of the same name formed with the top 5 finishers (Chauncey Matthews, Danielle White and Tori & Taylor Thompson) but the group disbanded in 2005, after their self-titled studio album's lackluster sales.[17]

Hale moved to Los Angeles at age 15 in the hopes of getting a record deal.[18][19] Shortly after, she started auditioning and received a minor role on Drake & Josh[20] and other guest roles on shows such as Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide, The O.C., and How I Met Your Mother. She appeared in two episodes of the Disney Channel show Wizards of Waverly Place.

In 2007, Hale appeared in NBC's short-lived series Bionic Woman. Hale plays Becca Sommers, the younger sister of the title character Jaime Sommers (played by Michelle Ryan). The character was originally portrayed by Mae Whitman in the unaired pilot episode, after which Whitman departed the series.[21]

In August 2008, Hale made her big screen debut in The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 portraying Effie Kaligaris, the younger sister of Lena Kaligaris (played by Alexis Bledel).[14] Hale then appeared in The CW series Privileged as Rose Baker, with co-stars Ashley Newbrough and JoAnna Garcia.[22] She starred in the Lifetime television film Sorority Wars.[23]

2010–2012: Pretty Little Liars and music[edit]

Hale at the 38th People's Choice Awards in 2012

In October 2009, Hale was cast as Aria Montgomery in Pretty Little Liars, based on the book series of the same name by Sara Shepard.[24] The television series lasted seven seasons from 2010 to 2017, with Hale's performance being praised by critics. She also received a number of awards and nominations, including seven Teen Choice Awards, a Gracie Allen Award, a People's Choice Award and a Young Hollywood Award.

In January 2010, Hale appeared as the singer Phoebe Nichols and her identical body double Vanessa Patton in the CSI: Miami episode "Show Stopper".[25] In 2011, Hale had a cameo role as Sherrie in the slasher film Scream 4.[26] Later, she was cast as the aspiring singer Katie Gibbs in A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song, the third installment of A Cinderella Story series and was released on direct-to-video in September 2011.[citation needed] She recorded songs for the film's soundtrack.[27]

Throughout her career, Hale made appearances of music videos with artists: Foy Vance's "She Burns", Chase Jordan's "Lose Control (Take a Sip)" and Jackson Harris' "Come Back Down to Earth".

Hale hosted an episode of MTV's Punk'd aired on April 26, 2012, where she successfully pranked with Pretty Litte Liars co-star Ian Harding, Vanessa Hudgens and Josh Hutcherson.[28] The same year, Hale played the voice of Periwinkle, a twin sister of Tinker Bell (voiced by Mae Whitman) in the animated Disney film Secret of the Wings.[29] In June 2012, Hale announced that she had signed a record deal with Hollywood Records (co-partnership with DMG Nashville).[30]

2013–present: Films and current work[edit]

Hale in 2016

On June 11, 2013, Hale announced that she is the new Ambassador of the beauty brand Mark Girl.[31] Hale was co-hosted for the television event shows, the Teen Choice Awards (with Darren Criss in 2013[32] and David Dobrik in 2019[33]) and the 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Pre-Show with Sway Calloway.[34] On February 18, 2014, Hale's debut studio album was announced to be called Road Between, released on June 3, 2014.[35]

In 2015, Hale collaborated with Rascal Flatts, performed a cover of "Let It Go" from another Disney animated film Frozen and was featured on the compilation album We Love Disney.[36] Later, Hale served as a correspondent in New Orleans and co-hosted with Ryan Seacrest in Times Square for Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve (2016–2021), making her the first millennial actress to co-host the Times Square segments.

Hale recorded two stand-alone Christmas songs "Mistletoe" and "You're Here", both released in 2014 and 2017, respectively.

In 2018, Hale was cast in The CW comedy-drama series Life Sentence[37] as Stella Abbott, a woman who finds out that her terminal cancer is cured. The series which only lasted one season.[38] The same year, Hale starred in three films, Truth or Dare, Dude and The Unicorn. On March 11, 2019, Hale was cast as the lead role in Katy Keene, based on the Archie Comics character of the same name.[39]

In 2020, Hale starred as Melanie Cole in the supernatural horror film Fantasy Island.[40] In 2021, Hale starred as the lead role in the romantic comedy film The Hating Game. The same year, Hale became a brand ambassador and model for lingerie company Hunkemöller.[41][42]

Artistry[edit]

Hale described music as her "first love".[43] Her early musical influences were Christina Aguilera,[44] Shania Twain and Faith Hill, but what ignited her interest in pursuing music was Britney Spears' "...Baby One More Time".[45] Kristian Bush of country band Sugarland said: "She sounds like Carrie Underwood—strong with a blues side and a pop side to it. And a lot like Faith Hill."[46]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2008 The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 Effie Kaligaris As Lucy Kate Hale
2009 Fear Island Megan / Jenna Campbell
2011 Scream 4 Sherrie Cameo
2011 A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song Katie Gibbs Direct-to-video film
2012 Secret of the Wings Periwinkle Voice role
2016 Waiting on Roxie Roxie Hart Short film; also producer
2018 Truth or Dare Olivia Barron
2018 Dude Lily
2018 The Unicorn Jesse
2019 Trouble Zoe Bell Voice role
2020 Fantasy Island Melanie Cole
2020 A Nice Girl Like You Lucy Neal Also co-producer[47]
2020 Son of the South Carol Anne
2021 The Hating Game Lucy Hutton Also executive producer
2022 Borrego Elly Also executive producer
2022 Big Gold Brick Lily Deveraux
2022 The Storied Life of A. J. FIkry Amelia Post-production, also executive producer
TBA Which Brings Me to You Jane Pre-production, also producer[48]

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2003 American Juniors Herself / Contestant Finished in fourth place
2003 An American Idol Christmas Herself Television special
2005 Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide Amy Cassidy Episode: "Upperclassmen & Gross Biology Dissection"
2006 Drake & Josh Hazel Episode: "Theater Thug"
2006 The O.C. Hadley Hawthorne Episode: "The Man of the Year"
2007, 2014 How I Met Your Mother Katie Scherbatsky Episodes: "First Time in New York", "Vesuvius"
2007 Bionic Woman Becca Sommers Main role; as Lucy Kate Hale
2007–2008 Wizards of Waverly Place Miranda Hampson Episodes: "First Kiss", "Pop Me and We Both Go Down"
2008–2009 Privileged Rose Baker Main role; as Lucy Kate Hale
2009 Ruby & the Rockits Kristen Episode: "Smells Like Teen Drama"
2009 Sorority Wars Katie Parker Television film
2009 Private Practice Danielle Palmer Episode: "Pushing the Limits"; as Lucy Kate Hale
2010 CSI: Miami Phoebe Nichols / Vanessa Patton Episode: "Show Stopper"
2010–2017 Pretty Little Liars Aria Montgomery Main role
2012 Punk'd Herself Episode: "Lucy Hale"
2013, 2019 Teen Choice Awards Herself Co-Hosted with Darren Criss (2013) and David Dobrik (2019)
2014 Baby Daddy Piper Stockdale Episode: "Bonnie's Unreal Estate"
2014 2014 MTV Video Music Awards Herself Co-hosted with Sway
2015 Baring It All: Inside New York Fashion Week Herself Television documentary film[49]
2016–2021 Dick Clark's New Year's Rockin' Eve Herself New Orleans correspondent (2016–19), Co-Host (with Ryan Seacrest, 2019–21)
2018 Life Sentence Stella Abbott Lead role
2018 Hollywood Medium with Tyler Henry Herself Episode dated: "April 4, 2018"
2019 Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes on Television Herself Episode: "The Ry Chromosome"
2020–2021 Riverdale Katy Keene Special guest star, episode: "Chapter Sixty-Nine: Men of Honor" (season 4)
Voice role, episode: "Chapter Eighty-Four: Lock & Key" (season 5)
2020 Katy Keene Lead role
2021 The Demi Lovato Show Herself Episode: "Lucy Hale & Fights Demons in Public"[50]
2021 Ragdoll DC Lake Edmunds Main role (Miniseries)

Web[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2014 The Road Between with Lucy Hale Herself 4 episodes [51]
2017 Lex & Los Herself Episode: "Human vs. White Shark" [52]
2020 Day by Day Maya Podcast series, voice role; episode: "Big Nights In" [53]

Discography[edit]

Lucy Hale discography
Studio albums1
Music videos4
Singles4
Soundtrack albums3
Promotional singles7

Studio albums[edit]

Title Album details Peak chart positions Sales
US
Country

[54]
US
[55]
CAN
[56]
AUS
[57]
Road Between 4 14 13 57 US: 44,000+[58]

Soundtrack albums[edit]

List of albums, with selected chart positions
Title Details Peak
chart
positions
A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song
  • Released: September 6, 2011
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: WaterTower Music
Katy Keene: Special Episode –
Kiss of the Spider Woman: The Musical
  • Released: March 20, 2020
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: WaterTower Music
Katy Keene: Season 1 (Original Television Soundtrack)
  • Released: May 15, 2020
  • Formats: CD, digital download
  • Label: WaterTower Music
"—" denotes releases that did not chart or were not released in that territory.

Singles[edit]

List of singles as lead artist, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak chart positions Album
US Hot Country Country Airplay US CAN
"Run This Town"[59] 2011 A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song
"Bless Myself"
"You Sound Good to Me" 2014 21 47 88 57 Road Between
"Lie a Little Better" 54

Promotional singles[edit]

List of promotional singles, with selected chart positions and certifications, showing year released and album name
Title Year Peak position Album
Country Digital Holiday Digital
"Goodbye Gone"[60] 2014 Road Between
"Road Between[61]
"Kiss Me"[62]
"Nervous Girls" 48
"Mistletoe"[63] 40 Non-album single
"Let It Go" (with Rascal Flatts) 2015 We Love Disney
"You're Here"[64] 2017 Non-album single

Other appearances[edit]

List of non-single guest appearances, with other performing artists, showing year released and album name
Year Title Other artist(s) Album Ref.
2003 "One Step Closer" The Top 10 of American Juniors Kids in America [65]
"I'm Gonna Make You Love Me" None
"Kids in America" The Top 10 of American Juniors
2004 "ABC" Artists of
American Juniors
American Juniors
"No Matta What (Party All Night)"
"True Colors"
"Unstoppable"
"One Step Closer"
"Have You Ever"
"Reach Out I'll Be There"
"Emotional"
"Sundown"
"Bring the House Down"
"Love Ain't Gonna Wait for You"
2011 "Make You Believe" None A Cinderella Story:
Once Upon a Song
[66]
"Extra Ordinary"
2015 "It's a Small World" We Love Disney artists We Love Disney [67]
2019 "Back to Earth" None Trouble [68]
"Made for Two" Jason Mraz
2020 "Dirrty" Cast of Katy Keene Katy Keene: Season 1
"My Strongest Suit"
"She Used to Be Mine" None
"Prologue (Reprise)" Katy Keene: Special Episode –
Kiss of the Spider Woman: The Musical
[69]
"Dressing Them Up" Jonny Beauchamp and
Nathan Lee Graham

Music videos[edit]

As lead artist[edit]

Year Title Director Ref.
2011 "Bless Myself" None [70]
"Run This Town" [71]
2014 "You Sound Good to Me" Philip Andelman [72]
"Lie a Little Better" [73]

Guest appearances[edit]

Year Title Artist(s) Director Ref.
2011 "Lose Control (Take a Sip)" Chase Jordan Jeff Moriarty [74]
2012 "Come Back Down to Earth" Jackson Harris Jordan Bloch [75]
2016 "She Burns" Foy Vance Gus Black [76]
2017 "Angels Among Us" Artists for
United in Voice
None [77]
2020 "On My Way" Joel Crouse Robbie Norris [78]
2021 "State of the Heart" Patrick Droney Gus Black [79]

Songwriting credits[edit]

Source:[80]

Title Year Artist(s) Album Credits Written with
"Come a Little Closer" 2013 Sylvie Vartan Sylvie in Nashville Co-writer Mike Daly and Kristian Bush
"Just Another Song" 2014 Lucy Hale Road Between[81] Mike Daly and Catt Gravitt
"Feels Like Home" Mike Daly and Kristian Bush
"Loved" Brett James and Caitlyn Smith
"The Call" 2015 Ashliegh Lisset Non-album single Zac Maloy and Michael Daley

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2010 Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Pretty Little Liars Won [82]
2011 Young Hollywood Awards Cast to Watch
(with Troian Bellisario, Ashley Benson & Shay Mitchell)
Pretty Little Liars Won [83]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Pretty Little Liars Won [84]
2012 Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won [85]
2013 Gracie Allen Awards Outstanding Performance by a Female Rising Star Pretty Little Liars Won [86]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Pretty Little Liars Won [87]
Young Hollywood Awards Crossover of the Year Herself Won [88]
2014 People's Choice Awards Favorite Cable TV Actress Pretty Little Liars Won [89]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won [90]
MTV Europe Music Awards Artist On the Rise Herself Nominated [91]
2015 People's Choice Awards Favorite Cable TV Actress Pretty Little Liars Nominated [92]
People's Choice Awards Favorite Country Female Artist Herself Nominated [92]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won [93]
2016 People's Choice Awards Favorite Cable TV Actress Pretty Little Liars Nominated [94]
Teen Choice Awards Choice Summer TV Star: Female Pretty Little Liars Nominated [94]
2017 People's Choice Awards Favorite Cable TV Actress Pretty Little Liars Nominated [95]
Teen Choice Awards Choice TV Actress: Drama Pretty Little Liars Won [96]
2018 Teen Choice Awards Choice Movie Actress: Drama Truth or Dare Nominated [97]
Choice Instagrammer Herself Nominated [97]
2021 Golden Raspberry Awards Worst Supporting Actress Fantasy Island Nominated [98]

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