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Brittany Snow



The photogenic and fair-haired Brittany Snow traveled the path of Brooke Shields and others by going to work as a model at the age of three. Born in Tampa to John and Cynthia Snow on March 9, 1986, Brittany appeared on the small screen from the age of eight -- when she landed a number of spots on the Spielberg-produced SeaQuest DSV, starring Roy Scheider -- not a bad start for an elementary schooler. Snow later voiced Shizuku in the Americanized version of Hayao Miyazaki's Whisper of the Heart. In the fall of 2000, she enrolled as a freshman in the Tampa-area's Gaither High School, a public secondary institution.



At the age of 16, Snow signed for one of the central roles on NBC's coming-of-age series American Dreams, a kind of Wonder Years update. Set about five years before that series began, Dreams opened in 1963 with the Kennedy assassination. As Meg Pryor, a high schooler with a much-coveted job as an American Bandstand dancer (and two romances -- one with a Bandstand participant, the other with a record store employee), Snow stole viewers' hearts and helped propel the series to a four-season run.



After a supporting role in the 2005 Vin Diesel comedy The Pacifier, Snow found her broadest exposure in two 2006 releases. That year's black comedy John Tucker Must Die (by Hill Street Blues alum and Private Parts director Betty Thomas) unofficially reworks -- and sanitizes -- the Dangerous Liasons formula, with Snow and two other teen heartthrobs (Ashanti and Sophia Bush) as disgruntled high schoolers determined to give the class stud a comeuppance by hiring a girl to break his heart. The film received so-so reviews and opened in late July 2006 to predictably decent box office. Snow landed her first big-screen lead in the same year's On the Doll (directed by Thomas Mignone) , as Balery, a stripper. In spring 2006, she signed with Kristin Cavallari to star in the psychological thriller Fingerprints for Harry Basil (Meet Wally Sparks Cloud Nine).



Snow decided to return to network TV in 2010 when she signed on to play a lawyer's assistant in David E. Kelly's midseason legal drama Harry's Law. Offscreen, she is active with the Jed Foundation, a nonprofit dedicated to reducing emotional stress and preventing suicide among college students.Snow lives with her mother in Florida.

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Filmography

MOVIES

RATING TITLE CREDIT YEAR
No Score Yet Pitch Perfect 3
  • Chloe
2017
20% The Late Bloomer
  • Actor
2016
66% Pitch Perfect 2
  • Chloe Beale
2015
71% Dial A Prayer
  • Actor
2015
8% Always Woodstock
  • Jody
2014
No Score Yet Petunia
  • Robin McDougal
2013
14% Syrup
  • Three
2013
No Score Yet Call Me Crazy: A Five Film
  • Lucy
2013
57% Would You Rather
  • Executive Producer
  • Iris
2013
80% Pitch Perfect
  • Chloe
2012
47% 96 Minutes
  • Carly
2012
53% Janie Jones
  • Iris
2011
No Score Yet Clock Tower
  • Actor
2010
No Score Yet Black Water Transit
  • Actor
2010
70% The Vicious Kind
  • Emma Gainsborough
2009
8% Prom Night
  • Donna Keppel
2008
40% Finding Amanda
  • Amanda
2008
No Score Yet On the Doll
  • Actor
2007
91% Hairspray
  • Amber Von Tussle
2007
26% John Tucker Must Die
  • Kate
2006
91% Whisper of the Heart (Mimi wo sumaseba) (If You Listen Closely)
  • (English Version)
2006
20% The Pacifier
  • Zoe Plummer
2005

TV

RATING TITLE CREDIT
No Score Yet Full Circle
2013
  • Katie Parerra
No Score Yet The Show With Vinny
2013
  • Guest
No Score Yet Jimmy Kimmel Live
2003
  • Guest
No Score Yet Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
1999
  • Actor
No Score Yet The View
1997
  • Guest
41% Mad Love
2011
  • Julia
74% Ben and Kate
2012-2013
  • Lila
No Score Yet Gossip Girl
2007-2012
  • Teenage Lily Rhodes
98% Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
2015
  • Anna
No Score Yet Punk'd
2003-2012
  • Appearing
No Score Yet Family Guy
1999
  • Voice
No Score Yet The Chew
2011
  • Guest
No Score Yet Conan
2010
  • Guest
43% Harry's Law
2011-2012
  • Jenna Backstrom
79% Nip/Tuck
2003-2010
  • Ariel Alderman

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