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|Bethany Joy Lenz|
Lenz in February 2012
|Born||Bethany Joy Lenz
April 2, 1981
Hollywood, Florida, U.S.
|Other names||Bethany Joy Galeotti
|Occupation||Actress, director, producer, screenwriter, singer-songwriter|
(m. 2005–2012; 1 child)
|Children||Maria Rose Galeotti|
Bethany Joy Lenz (formerly Galeotti) born April 2, 1981), also known as Joie Lenz, is an American actress, director, producer, and musician, best known for her portrayal of Haley James Scott on the CW television drama One Tree Hill.
Early life 
Bethany Joy Lenz was born on April 2, 1981 in Hollywood, Florida. Lenz is an only child to Robert George Lenz, a history teacher and therapist, and Catharine Malcolm Holt Shepard, a personnel manager and entrepreneur. She is of Australian(from her paternal side), Scottish, German and Irish descent. She actually has lineage that trace all the way back to the Scottish King Malcolm  Her grandfather, George Lenz, was a regular on the Broadway stage in the 1950s starring in musicals Wish You Were Here, South Pacific, and many others. Following in her grandfather's footsteps, Lenz began singing at the early age of three at The Carpenter's Church in Lakeland, Florida. At the age of seven, Joy and her family moved to Arlington, Texas where she attended Pope Elementary. She was also enrolled in The Creative Arts Theater and School where she took dance, tap, jazz, acting and theater classes. At seven years old, Lenz landed her first stage role playing a Munchkin in a local production of The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Three years later, Lenz played Scout in the production of To Kill a Mockingbird at the Irving Community Theater in Texas.
While on a trip to Los Angeles, Lenz landed her first professional job in a commercial for the teen drama series, Swans Crossing. Lenz eventually went off to appear in additional commercials for Eggo Waffles, Dr Pepper, among others. Nevertheless, Lenz continued to find work steadily as an actress and by her sophomore year in high school, she landed the role of Linda Halleck in Stephen King's Thinner. She continued the momentum by appearing in various pilots, commercials and films and performing regional theatre until she was eventually cast as a series regular on Guiding Light.
At the age of seventeen, Lenz earned a nine episode gig as the teenage clone of Reva Shayne on the CBS Daytime soap opera Guiding Light. Her stint earned her such favorable reviews from viewers, critics and Guiding Light executives alike that Lenz was eventually recast as Michelle Bauer Santos upon Rebecca Budig's exit - an unusual move that was "unheard of" in the industry according to CBS producer, Mickey Dwyer-Dobbin. In 1999 while working on the demanding daytime serial Guiding Light, she graduated from Eastern Christian High School in New Jersey and landed the role of Rose Cronin in Mary and Rhoda; a made-for-television movie that reunited Mary Tyler Moore and Valerie Harper as Mary Richards and Rhoda Morgenstern. At the time Lenz juggled a heavy storyline, a television movie portraying Mary Tyler Moore's daughter, a one-year run of a New York cabaret called Foxy Ladies Love/Boogie 70's Explosion, and the lead role in an independent film. Lenz also filmed two pilots; one playing the daughter of Paul Sorvino, and the other as the lead in the WB's 1972.
At the end of her two year contract with The Guiding Light she seized the opportunity to leave her role as Michelle Bauer Santos and moved from New York City to Los Angeles to gain exposure in different avenues. Out west, Lenz was directed by Garry Marshall in "Happy Days: the Musical" (playing Pinky Tuscadero; musical directors Carole King and Paul Williams) and by Arthur Allan Seidleman in a staged reading of a musical version of The Outsiders. During this time Lenz also landed guest appearances on Off-Centre, Charmed, Felicity, Maybe It's Me and The Guardian. In 2002 Lenz joined the cast of Bring It On Again as the co-captain of the varsity squad, Marni Potts.
At the age of twenty two Lenz was cast in the WB's television series One Tree Hill. Lenz originally auditioned for the roles of Brooke Davis and Haley James but ultimately landed the role of 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. During her time on One Tree Hill, Lenz was also 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. Furthermore, Lenz appeared in an episode of Life Unexpected alongside Kate Voegele as part of a crossover-event between One Tree Hill and Life Unexpected.
In the sixth season, Lenz made her directorial debut and stepped behind the camera to call all the shots. Lenz initially approached producer Greg Prange in 2007 with the idea of directing but was not given the opportunity to direct until two years after her request. Over the course of season six Lenz shadowed several directors, watched them prep and went on [location] scouts. Since her directorial debut, Lenz directed two additional episodes.
After 9 seasons on air, One Tree Hill came back for thirteen episodes in its ninth and final season. On November 17, 2011, Lenz filmed her last scenes as the character Haley James Scott on One Tree Hill.
Since Lenz's exit from Guilding Light she has completed a demo of original music. Trained by the director of The Brooklyn College of Opera, Lenz plays the guitar and piano, and writes her own music. Her first album, entitled Preincarnate was released in October 2002 . Lenz continues to release new music oftentimes through her character Haley James Scott. In 2005, after recording "When the Stars Go Blue" with costar Tyler Hilton, the duo joined The Wreckers (Michelle Branch and Jessica Harp), and Gavin DeGraw for a 25-city North American One Tree Hill Tour that started in Vancouver. Lenz and Hilton scored the #89 spot on February 2005's Billboard Pop 100 chart with the duet "When the Stars Go Blue." While on tour, Lenz debuted her second independent record entitled, Come On Home. Despite her hectic schedule during the tour, Lenz also filmed her first music video for "Songs in My Pockets" at Coney Island Beach and Astroland in Brooklyn, New York. In 2006 alongside ex-American Idol judge Kara DioGuardi, Lenz co-wrote and recorded "Halo" which was released in the second volume of the One Tree Hill Soundtrack. During this time, Lenz inked a deal with Sony Epic Records and worked with her producer, Ron Aniello (Lifehouse, Guster, Barenaked Ladies) to record original material. However, in 2006 after changes within the company, Lenz split from the label. Despite the musical setback, that same year Galeotti traveled to Los Angeles to write and record several songs for the soundtrack for Ten Inch Hero. Lenz's split with Epic allowed her to open new doors in her music career and since then she has decided to sign under the independent record label Hillasterion. In 2008, Lenz took her music to new grounds and formed the band Everly with her lifelong friend, Amber Sweeney. Immediately after the duo was formed, Everly, musical acts Angels & Airwaves, and Kate Voegele teamed up with the USO for a live concert event for military personnel. The USO concert was filmed and formed the basis for a One Tree Hill episode, titled Even Fairy Tale Characters Would Be Jealous.
The Notebook Musical 
After six months of writing a libretto of The Notebook Musical based on the New York Times best selling novel, The Notebook by Nicholas Sparks, Lenz brought the idea to her producer Ron Aniello. Shortly after they formed Galeotti & Aniello Productions. and presented their first-ever Live Theatrical Workshop in October 2009.
The workshop was a preliminary step toward an eventual opening in New York and consisted of basic sets, costumes and choreography. All actors were expected to be off-book for performance. The workshop was intended to assist the creative team in visualizing, editing and critiquing the play as well as to garner Producer interest and investors. Lenz has until now kept facts about the musical underwraps; however, on November 2010 in response to Twitter followers who successfully raised more than $2000 in one day for the charity Love146, Lenz released the song "Troublesome Tongue". "Troublesome Tongue" features Noah's father and his friends explaining Noah's childhood stutter to new love Allie.
Personal life 
In February 2011, Lenz announced the arrival of their daughter, Maria Rose Galeotti, and a year later made the unexpected announcement that she would be divorcing her husband. Lenz released the following statement, "you'll all be wondering soon why everyone is calling me "Bethany Joy Lenz" again. I'm sorry to say that Michael and I have decided to divorce. We remain friendly and dedicated to raising our beautiful girl in love and we appreciate your prayers and support during this difficult time." Due to the divorce, Lenz now resides in Los Angeles with her daughter.
In December 2012, Lenz and her daughter, Maria were photographed shopping.  With them was fellow actor and close friend, Wes Ramsey. Speculations began to surface whether the two were an item. On March 10, 2013 the pair was seen arriving and leaving the Lakers Youth Foundation event holding hands, confirming them as a couple. 
Introduced to Love146 by bandmate, Amber Sweeney, Lenz has been actively supporting the international human rights organization largely through social media outlets. On June 12, 2011 through her official Twitter account, Lenz revealed details of her newest project; an online boutique called "Lark". The boutique sells apparel with original designs by Lenz and all proceeds benefit Love146, To Write Love On Her Arms, as well as Reading is Fundamental.
|1992||Psalty's Salvation Celebration||Shelley Barnes||Credited as Joy Lenz|
|1996||I Love You, I Love You Not||Unknown||Uncredited|
|Thinner||Linda Halleck||Credited as Joie Lenz|
|2000||Mary and Rhoda||Rose Cronin||Credited as Joie Lenz|
|The End of August||August Wells||Credited as Joie Lenz|
|2004||Bring It On Again||Marni Potts||Credited as Joie Lenz|
|2011||Just Yell Fire: Campus Life||Herself||Credited as Bethany Joy Galeotti|
|1998–2000||The Guiding Light||Teenage Reva Shayne clone||9 episodes|
|Michelle Bauer Santos||106 episodes
Role held: March 23, 1998 - April 21, 2000
Nominated – Soap Opera Digest Award for Favorite Couple (2000; shared with Paul Anthony Stewart)
|2001||Off Centre||Heather||Episode 1.02: "Feeling Shellfish" (credited as Joie Lenz)|
|Charmed||Lady Julia||Episode 4.06: "A Knight to Remember" (credited as Joie Lenz)|
|Felicity||Gretchen||Episode 4.06: "Oops...Noel Did It Again" (credited as Joie Lenz)|
|2002||The Legacy||Jess||Unaired UPN pilot|
|Maybe It's Me||The Salesgirl||Episode 1.10: "The Romeo & Juliet Episode" (credited as Joie Lenz)|
|2003||The Guardian||Claire Stasiak||2 episodes (credited as Joie Lenz)
Episode 2.18: "My Aim Is True"
Episode 2.20: "What It Means to You"
|2003–2012||One Tree Hill||Haley James Scott||Main cast
Director (Three episodes)
Nominated – Teen Choice Award for Choice Breakout TV Star Female (2004)
Nominated – Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Sidekick (2004)
Nominated – Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Scene Stealer Female (2010)
Nominated – Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Parental Unit (2010; shared with James Lafferty)
|2010||Life Unexpected||Haley James Scott||Episode 2.05: "Music Faced" (crossover with One Tree Hill)|
|2013||Men at Work||Meg||Guest Star|
|April 2, 1997||1997 Kids Choice Awards||Guest|
|March 11, 1999||1999 26th Daytime Emmy Awards Nominations' Ceremony||Presenter|
|May 21, 1999||1999 26th Daytime Emmy Awards||Presenter|
|February 3, 2000||Ainsley Harriet Show||Guest|
|February 12, 2000||Access Hollywood||Guest|
|March 10, 2000||2000 Soap Opera Digest Awards||Host|
|May 19, 2000||2000 27th Daytime Emmy Awards||Presenter|
|November 7, 2003||Total Request Live||Guest|
|January 16, 2004||Total Request Live||Guest|
|June 14, 2004||Nickelodeon's U-Pick Live||Guest|
|November 1, 2004||WB 11 Morning News||Guest|
|November 1, 2004||Total Request Live||Guest|
|January 21, 2005||Daily Download||Guest|
|January 21, 2005||Total Request Live||Guest|
|January 25, 2005||Total Request Live||Guest Host|
|March 30, 2005||WGN Morning News||Guest|
|March 31, 2005||Fox News||Guest|
|October 4, 2005||KTLA Morning News||Guest|
|May 13, 2011||MTV's 10 on Top||Guest|
|2009–10||One Tree Hill||Director||Episode 6.16: "Screenwriter's Blues"
Episode 7.17: "At The Bottom of Everything"
Episode 8.09: "Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace"
|1988||The Wonderful Wizard of Oz||Munchkin||Unknown|
|1991||To Kill a Mockingbird||Scout||
|1999–2000||Foxy Ladies Love/Boogie 70's Explosion||Performer||Creator - Fritz Brekeller|
|2000||The Outsiders||Unknown||Arthur Allan Seidelman|
|2005||Happy Days||Pinky Tuscadero||Garry Marshall|
|2012||CATS for Cats||Performed "Macavity"||Shawn Simons|
|2009||The Notebook Musical||Writer/Producer|
|2000||Soap Opera Digest Awards||Favorite Couple for "The Guiding Light" (1952) (with Paul Anthony Stewart)||Nominated||Guiding Light|
|2004||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Breakout TV Star Female: for "One Tree Hill" (2003)||Nominated||One Tree Hill|
|2004||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Fresh Face Female for: "One Tree Hill" (2003)||Nominated||One Tree Hill|
|2004||Teen Choice Awards||Choice TV Sidekick for: "One Tree Hill" (2003)||Nominated||One Tree Hill|
|2007||Santa Cruz Film Festival||Best Soundtrack for: "Ten Inch Hero" (2007)||Won||Ten Inch Hero|
|2010||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Scene Stealer Female for: "One Tree Hill"||Nominated||One Tree Hill|
|2010||Teen Choice Awards||Choice Parental Unit for: "One Tree Hill" (with James Lafferty)||Nominated||One Tree Hill|
The following is a list of albums and songs that have been performed and recorded by Bethany Joy Lenz.
Studio albums 
|2002||Preincarnate||Limited edition independent record||Not available|
|2005||Come on Home||Limited edition independent record||Not available|
|2006||The Starter Kit||Epic Records||Unreleased|
|2008||Mission Bell||Hilasterion Records||Released as Everly|
|2009||Fireside||Hilasterion Records||Released as Everly|
|2013||Then Slowly Grows||Hilasterion Records|
|2000||"All Along"||Danny "The Farrow" Anniello||The End of August Soundtrack|
|2005||"When the Stars Go Blue" (Originally by Ryan Adams)||Tyler Hilton||One Tree Hill Soundtrack Volume 1|
|2008||"Feel This"||Enation||One Tree Hill Soundtrack|
|2008||"I Want Something That I Want"||Grace Potter||The One Tree Hill Sessions|
|2008||"Home Is Me - You Are Mine"||As Everly||Mission Bell|
|2009||"Quicksand"||As Everly||B Tracks - Single, Vol. 1|
|2009||"Maybe"||As Everly||B Tracks - Single, Vol. 2|
|2010||"Flying Machine" "Girl in the Moon" "We Belong" Originally by: Pat Benatar||As Everly||B Tracks - EP, Vol. 3|
|2002||Undercover Brother||"Ebony and Ivory" (Dubbed) Originally by: Paul McCartney|
|2005||One Tree Hill Soundtrack Volume 1||"When the Stars Go Blue" Duet with Tyler Hilton|
|2006||Friends with Benefit: Music from the Television Series One Tree Hill, Volume 2||"Halo" Credited as: Haley James Scott|
|2006||Ten Inch Hero Soundtrack||
See also 
- "Bethany Joy - Joie Q&A: Everything You Ever Wanted To Know About Joie". Retrieved 30 July 2012.
- "About Us". Galeotti & Aniello Productions.
- "One Tree Hill - About". CWtv.
- "It's Time for Tree Hill's Bethany Joy Lenz to Call the Shots". TVGuide.com.
- "B&E: Tyler Hilton". Billboard.com.
- "Mark's Mammoth Music Blog". Ten Inch Hero.
- "One Tree Hill Shenanigans In North Carolina". Channel Guide.
- Holbrook, Damian. "Bethany Joy Lenx Moves In On Dexter!". TV Guide. Retrieved March 22, 2013.
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