Torrey DeVitto

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Torrey DeVitto
Torrey DeVitto by David Shankbone.jpg
DeVitto at the premiere of Killer Movie at the Tribeca Film Festival in 2008
Born (1984-06-08) June 8, 1984 (age 36)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • model
  • violinist
  • activist
  • producer
Years active1999–present
Notable work
Beautiful People
One Tree Hill
The Vampire Diaries
Pretty Little Liars
Army Wives
Chicago Med
Spouse(s)
(m. 2011⁠–⁠2013)
[1]
Parent(s)Liberty DeVitto

Torrey Joël DeVitto (born June 8, 1984) is an American actress, musician, philanthropist, producer and former fashion model. She is best known for her recurring roles as Melissa Hastings in the Freeform mystery drama series Pretty Little Liars (2010–2017), Dr. Meredith Fell in The CW fantasy drama series The Vampire Diaries (2012–2013) and as Carrie in The CW drama series One Tree Hill (2008–2009).[2] In 2013, she had lead roles as Maggie Hall in the final season of Lifetime's drama series Army Wives and as Dr. Natalie Manning in the NBC medical drama series Chicago Med (2015–present).[3] She is also involved in a number of philanthropic organizations and is a Hospice Ambassador.[4]

Early life[edit]

DeVitto was born in Huntington on Long Island, to Mary (née Torrey) and Liberty DeVitto, and raised in Winter Park, Florida. Her father was a long-time drummer for Billy Joel and her mother had been Stevie Nicks's best friend since the late 1970s and met DeVitto's father in 1983 when he was the drummer on Nicks' Wild Heart Tour. On the day of her birth, Joel was performing at the Wembley Arena and made a special note before beginning "The Longest Time" that DeVitto's wife was having a baby, causing a standing ovation for DeVitto, who was playing the drums at the concert. She was named Torrey after her mother's maiden name. She is of Italian descent, and second of four daughters with an older sister named Devon, and two younger sisters Maryelle and the youngest sister's name has not yet been revealed. Her sister Maryelle was a contestant in the Discovery Kids reality competition show Endurance.

As a child, DeVitto spent a lot of time touring with her parents.[4] She described her childhood to CVLUX magazine by saying: "We spent every Thanksgiving at Billy Joel's house. I grew up with his daughter, Alexa; it was a lot of warm, happy memories."[5] By the fourth grade, she was playing violin with the local high school orchestra, and at the age of twelve she performed a solo at Christie Brinkley and Peter Halsey Cook's wedding.[5] She played in the Florida Symphony Youth Orchestra (1995–1997) and in the Florida Youth Artist Orchestra (1998–1999).[6] She attended Youngsville Elementary School, part of Kings Park Central School District. She studied dance with the Kings Park Dance Center in New York and took acting classes at Zoe & Company in Orlando, Florida.[6] After graduating from Winter Park High School, she spent her summer in Japan working as a fashion model.[7]

Career[edit]

DeVitto's modeling career started at age 15, when she began appearing in commercials, which she described to be a stepping stone to get to TV and film jobs.[8] She was signed to Ford and Avenue One modeling agencies.[9] Staying true to her love of music in 2002, she played violin with the Tommy Davidson Band at the Sunset Room in Hollywood. She also played violin on Raphael Saadiq's 2004 album, Ray Ray, as well as Stevie Nicks' 2011 album In Your Dreams.[10]

DeVitto landed her first acting role in 1999 when she participated in The WB drama series Safe Harbor.[11] In 2000, she appeared in the Nickelodeon comedy series Noah Knows Best.[11] In 2002, she landed a lead role in playwright Lee Blessing’s play Eleemosynary, which was performed at the Orlando Shakespeare Theater.[6] Her performance received praise and positive reviews in the Orlando Sentinel.[6] DeVitto co-starred in the ABC Family drama series Beautiful People as aspiring model Karen Kerr from 2005 to 2006. DeVitto made her film debut in the dramatic short film Starcrossed (2005), which tells about brothers, who develop a sexual attraction to one another. She also appeared in the horror film sequel I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer (2006) as Zoe Warner. She guest-starred on Drake & Josh, Scrubs, Jack & Bobby and had a small part in the romantic drama short film Forbidden Love.

DeVitto is portraying Natalie Manning on Chicago Med

She had a lead role as an actress Sierra Young in the comedy film Heber Holiday (2007) and co-starred in the comedy-drama film Green Flash (2008) alongside David Charvet and Kristin Cavallari.[12][13] DeVitto appeared in the horror comedy film Killer Movie (2008) with then-boyfriend Paul Wesley, Kaley Cuoco and Leighton Meester. From 2008 to 2009, DeVitto had a recurring role in the fifth and sixth seasons of The CW drama series One Tree Hill, where she played nanny Carrie.[14][15] In 2013, DeVitto told Entertainment Tonight that her role as Carrie garnered strong reactions from the show's viewers and she often gets approached by fans about One Tree Hill.[16]

DeVitto appeared in Will.I.Am's Vote Obama video "We Are The Ones" (2008) and Stevie Nicks' music video for the song "Moonlight" (2011). In 2010, DeVitto began a recurring role as Melissa Hastings in the ABC Family mystery drama series Pretty Little Liars based on Sara Shepard's book series of the same name.[17] In 2017, Samantha Simon of InStyle wrote that "for Torrey DeVitto, playing super-sketchy Melissa Hastings on Pretty Little Liars wasn’t exactly a challenge. Because, despite the seemingly endless web of lies surrounding the eldest Hastings sister on the show, it all looks like child’s play compared to DeVitto’s other unforgettable role as psychotic Nanny Carrie on One Tree Hill." She played Nina in the horror film The Rite (2011) alongside Anthony Hopkins, Alice Braga and Colin O'Donoghue. It received favorable reviews from critics and grossed over $97 million at the worldwide box office.[18]

In November 2011, DeVitto was confirmed to have a recurring role in the CW fantasy drama series The Vampire Diaries as Dr. Meredith Fell, who is fascinated by Alaric Saltzman (Matthew Davis), when she notices how quickly he recovers from an injury.[19][20] She portrayed Margo in the comedy-drama film Cheesecake Casserole (2012), released on July 3, 2012. In November 2012, it was reported that she had signed on to star as Maggie Hall in the seventh season of the Lifetime drama series Army Wives.[21] Maggie Hall is a mother of two and former soldier who moves to Fort Marshall with her family. On September 24, 2013, Lifetime announced the show's cancellation, it honored the show with a two-hour retrospective special with the cast members which aired in 2014.[22] She had a lead role as Jennie Stanton in the Hallmark Channel television film Best Christmas Party Ever in 2014.[23][24]

DeVitto signing autographs at 2012 Wizard World in Toronto, Ontario.

In August 2015, DeVitto signed on to star in the NBC medical drama series Chicago Med.[25] She was cast as Dr. Natalie Manning, the ED pediatrician.[26] She has also appeared as Dr. Natalie Manning in Chicago P.D. and Chicago Fire. She portrayed Angie in the psychological thriller The Hoaxing (2018), a short film that she also helped produce.[11] In 2019, she produced a documentary film, Saving Daisy that follows Daisy Coleman’s journey of healing from lifelong trauma and PTSD.[27][28] She starred in Hallmark Channel's television film Write Before Christmas (2019) alongside Chad Michael Murray.[29][30][31] The film centers around Jessica, portrayed by DeVitto, who sends Christmas cards to five people who have impacted her life.[32][33][34] The New York Times placed the film on its list of "Five Holiday Movies Worth Bingeing This Season".[35] She played Cathy in the thriller film Divertimento (2020) alongside Kellan Lutz and Ola Rapace.[36]

Public image[edit]

DeVitto's style has earned noteworthy praise from periodicals such as Us Weekly.[37][38] She was named one of Us Weekly’s Most Stylish New Yorkers of 2018.[39] DeVitto has been featured in several fashion blogs and magazines such as Cliché Magazine,[40] Miami Living,[41] Bello,[42] CVLUX,[43] Most Magazine, Crookes Magazine and Obscurae.[44] She also modeled for TV Guide, That Magazine[45] and Chicago Splash.[46] She has frequently worn vegan fashion and her favorite vegan clothing is designed by Stella McCartney, Matt and Nat, Cri de Couer, Bourgeois Boheme and Good Guys Don't Wear Leather.[47]

DeVitto has developed an online and social media presence and endorses products such as beauty and wellness products on Instagram.[48] She has partnered with several brands such as FabFitFun beauty subscription box.[49] She has used Instagram as a platform to raise awareness of current topics and her charitable causes such as sexual trafficking, hospice, racism and Black Lives Matter movement.[50]

Philanthropy and advocacy[edit]

DeVitto has been a Hospice Ambassador since 2011

DeVitto dedicates much of her time to philanthropy and notably supports various charities.[51] She has been A Hospice Ambassador for the National Hospice and Palliative Care Organization since 2011.[52] In 2013, she received National Hospice Foundation's Buchwald Spirit Award for Public Awareness.[53] While filming for television series Chicago Med in Chicago, she works with Rainbow Hospice.[54] DeVitto has been particularly involved in hospice care, saying "The notion that 'No one dies alone' was so beautiful to me and one I knew I needed to be a part of. There is no difference to me helping those coming into this world and those going out. It is equally important and should be treated as such. End of life care is something I will always be involved with."[55]

She has also dedicated her time to organizations including IMAlive, Kindred Foundation for Adoption, Elton John AIDS Foundation, Maddie's Fund and The Humane Society.[56] She designed a shirt to raise money for suicide prevention organization IMAlive,[56] which hosts a live online crisis chat.[57] She hosted a screening of the Hospice Foundation's first documentary, Okuyamba, at UCLA’s James Bridges Theatre in 2012. DeVitto was part of the Hospice Foundation’s documentary film crew that spent three and a half weeks of filming in Uganda, Kenya and South Sudan.[58][59] She is the narrator of the documentary film titled Road to Hope (2015) that follows palliative care nurses in Uganda and the challenges they face in bringing comfort to those in the country's remote villages.[60]

An animal rights advocate, DeVitto has two rescued dogs, Beau and Homie, and partnered with the Shelter Pet Project to promote adoption.[61] In 2016, she teamed up with HSUS and their Be Cruelty-Free campaign.[62][61] She declared herself "vegan in my fashion and vegetarian in my food".[63]

In other charitable endeavors, she performed with Erik Nye at the New Horizons Havana Nights Gala in April 2015.[55] DeVitto has worked alongside the National Alliance on Mental Illness to raise awareness for Mental Health Month in May. She also joined NAMI to share her own story and the importance of living stigma-free of mental illnesses.[11] She is a member of the Rape, Abuse & Incest National Network's National Leadership Council (NLC), which is a group of dedicated individuals who are committed to RAINN's mission of supporting survivors and ending sexual violence.[64] In August 2019, DeVitto announced that she became an official board member of SafeBae.[65] In September 2020, participants who signed up to fundraise for the Childhelp Great Give Back Virtual Fundraiser had a chance to win one-on-one chat with DeVitto.[66] In 2020, she teamed up with The Tote Project to launch a "Free to Blossom x Torrey DeVitto Pouch," made from recycled saris by sex trafficking victims in India.[67] Glamour placed it on its list of "35 Eco-Friendly Gifts That Do Right by Mother Earth."[67] A portion of each sale was donated to SafeBae, which works to prevent sexual assault among teens.[68]

Personal life[edit]

DeVitto began dating her Killer Movie co-star Paul Wesley in 2007, and they married in a private ceremony in April 2011.[69] DeVitto and Wesley filed for divorce in July 2013 after two years of marriage, with their divorce finalized in December 2013.[70][71] DeVitto was in a two-year relationship with actor Rick Glassman from 2014 to 2016.[72] She dated Artem Chigvintsev from 2016 to 2017,[73] and Jesse Lee Soffer from August 2018 to May 2019.[74][75] DeVitto confirmed her relationship with Will Estes in October 2020.[76]

She is good friends with actress Arielle Kebbel, who was also raised in Winter Park, Florida.[77]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2005 Starcrossed Maura Short film
2006 I'll Always Know What You Did Last Summer Zoe Warner
2007 Heber Holiday Sierra Young
2008 Killer Movie Phoebe Hilldale
Green Flash Mia Fonseca
2011 The Rite Nina
2012 Cheesecake Casserole Margo
2013 Evidence Leann Hoodplatt
2015 Road to Hope Narrator Voice
2016 Stevie D Daria Laurentis
2016 Amy Makes Three Carla Forrest
2018 The Hoaxing Angie Short film
2019 Flyby Jan
2020 Divertimento Cathy
TBA Cold Ashley Post-production; also executive producer

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Safe Harbor Unknown role Uncredited
2000 Noah Knows Best
2003 Dawson's Creek Girl #1 Episode: "Lovelines"
Scrubs Gorgeous Girl with Dog Episode: "My White Whale"
2004 Drake & Josh Denise Woods Episodes: "First Crush", "Driver's License"
2005 Tori Episode: "Playing the Field"
2005 The King of Queens Traci Episode: "Cologne Ranger"
Jack & Bobby Tiffany Episode: "Querida Grace"
2005–2006 Beautiful People Karen Kerr Main role; 16 episodes
2006 Runaway Soccer Coach Episode: "End Game"; Uncredited[citation needed]
2008 CSI: Miami Kelly Chapman Episode: "You May Now Kill the Bride"
2008–2009 One Tree Hill Carrie Recurring role (seasons 5–6); 14 episodes
2009 Castle Sierra Goodwin Episode: "Inventing the Girl"
2010–2017 Pretty Little Liars Melissa Hastings Recurring role (seasons 1–3, 5), Guest role (seasons 4, 6-7); 40 episodes
2011 Marcy Torrey Episode: "Marcy Does Yoga"
2012 The Real St. Nick Dr. Kate Bryant Lifetime original film
2012–2013 The Vampire Diaries Dr. Meredith Fell Recurring role (seasons 3–4); 12 episodes
2013 Army Wives Maggie Hall Main role (season 7); 13 episodes
2014 CSI: Crime Scene Investigation Susan McDowell / Kitty Episode: "Kitty"
2014 Major Crimes Nicole Episode: "Acting Out"
2014 Stalker Elaine Episode: "Pilot"
2014 Best Christmas Party Ever Jennie Stanton Hallmark Channel original film
2015 It Had To Be You Darby Powell Hallmark Channel original film
2015–present Chicago Med Dr. Natalie Manning Main role; 103 episodes
2016–present Chicago P.D. Recurring role; 7 episodes
2017–present Chicago Fire Recurring role; 4 episodes
2019 Write Before Christmas Jessica Hallmark Channel original film

Producer[edit]

Year Title Notes
2019 Saving Daisy Documentary film

Music videos[edit]

Year Title Role Artist
2008 "We Are the Ones" Will.i.am
2011 "Moonlight" Violinist Vampire Stevie Nicks
2013 Stevie Nicks: In Your Dreams Violinist Vampire Stevie Nicks

Awards and nominations[edit]

Year Association Category Work Result
2013 National Hospice Foundation Buchwald Spirit Award for Public Awareness Won
2016 Prestige Film Awards Voice Over Talent[78] Road to Hope Won
2018 Social Impact Leaders Awards 2018 Emcee[79] Won
2020 Dublin International Short Film and Music Festival Jury Prize for Best Actress Divertimento Nominated
Philadelphia Independent Film Festival Best Actress Nominated

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