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    Career/ Karijera

    Haley J. Scott

    Broj poruka : 52
    Datum upisa : 05.06.2010
    Godina : 23
    Lokacija : Tree Hill

    Career/ Karijera

    Počalji  Haley J. Scott taj Sub Jun 05, 2010 2:24 pm

    Galeotti has been working steadily as an actress since she was about twelve. She landed her first professional job in a commercial for an American syndicated teen drama series entitled Swans Crossing during a trip to Los Angeles with her drama school. Galeotti continued to garner experience at a young age by landing lead roles in various staged productions like Annie, Cinderella and Gypsy: A Musical Fable. Consequently at the age of thirteen Galeotti moved with her family to New Jersey where she attended the Eastern Christian Academy for a year and began auditioning aggressively for television roles. She inevitably became a commercial veteran appearing in commercials for Eggo Waffles, Dr Pepper among many others. Her success continued to escalate and by her sophomore year in high school Galeotti appeared in her first film. Her performance in Stephen King's Thinner was well-noted in reviews, particularly in the Associated Press where a critic states that, "one of the highlights of the film was a joy — Joy Lenz."
    In March 1998 at the age of seventeen, Galeotti earned a nine episode gig as the teenage clone of Reva Shayne Lewis on CBS's soap opera Guiding Light. Galeotti made such an impression on viewers, critics and Guiding Light executives alike that she was later recast as Michelle Bauer Santos upon Rebecca Budig's exit. This was an unusual move and "unheard of" in the industry according to CBS producer Mickey Dwyer-Dobbin.
    While working on the demanding daytime serial Guiding Light, she graduated from Hawthorne Christian High School in New Jersey in 1999 and landed the role of Rose Cronin in Mary and Rhoda; a 2000 made-for-television movie that reunited Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper as Mary Richards and Rhoda Morgenstern. This role proved to be one of her biggest success for she not only worked alongside the Tyler Moore but the movie attracted 17.8 million viewers, beating out its main competition Everybody Loves Raymond. At this time Galeotti also appeared in the off-Broadway musical Foxy Ladies Love/Boogie 70's Explosion. At the time she was juggling a heavy storyline, a television movie, portraying Mary Tyler Moore's daughter and a one-year run of a New York cabaret, Galeotti also became the lead in an independent film. After filming for her independent film wrapped up, Galeotti was later cast as the lead in a much-anticipated WB pilot which unfortunately never went into productiom. She also filmed two other pilots: one playing the daughter of Paul Sorvino, and one as the lead in the WB's 1972. In October 2000 at the end of her two year contract with The Guiding Light Galeotti made her biggest career move to date and decided to leave her popular role as Michelle Bauer Santos. Afterward she moved from New York City to Los Angeles where she performed in a theater production of The Outsiders and began to guest star on television shows such as Off-Centre, Charmed, Felicity, Maybe It's Me and The Guardian. In 2002 Galeotti joined the cast of Bring It On Again where she turned in an unforgettable performance as Marni Potts. During this time, Galeotti was also featured in Interview Magazine's "Stars On The Rise" in January.[3]
    In 2003 at the age twenty two Galeotti was cast to star in the WB's television series One Tree Hill as Haley James the quintessential girl-next-door who is best friends with Lucas Scott, portrayed by Chad Michael Murray and wife of Nathan Scott, portrayed by James Lafferty.[4] During her time on One Tree Hill, Galeotti was offered the role of Belle in Beauty and the Beast when it was still in production on Broadway but turned it down due to scheduling conflicts with the show.
    Well into sixth season of One Tree Hill, Galeotti made her directorial debut in the episode entitled Screenwriter's Blues. Galeotti stepped behind the camera to call all the shots as Lucas finally got the opportunity to cast his movie.[5] Galeotti initially approached producer Greg Prange in 2007 with the idea of directing but was not give the opportunity to direct until two years after her request. Over the course of season six Galeotti shadowed several directors, watched them prep and went on [location] scouts. Her directorial debut was met with accolades from crew and critics alike and has motivated Galeotti to continue directing.

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