James Lafferty
American actor
James Lafferty
James Martin Lafferty is an American actor, director and producer. He is best known for his portrayal of Nathan Scott on The CW Teen Drama television series One Tree Hill.
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Creating the Sweet Valley High Cast of My Dreams
Huffington Post - over 3 years
SPOILER ALERT: If you haven't read Sweet Valley Confidential: Ten Years Later (I obviously have because I have no life) then don't continue unless you want some key plot twists revealed. Then again, you probably don't care about what happened "ten years later," and will never get around to this modern classic, so feel free to proceed. We've all probably heard that Diablo Cody is set to pen the film version of the iconic book series centered around the lives of the two identical, gleaming California blondes. There's a holdup though -- word on the street is that no director is attached to the project yet, which means the cast list hasn't been set. Because there is clear evidence to indicate that this movie could be a train-wreck (look no further than the abysmal Sweet Valley TV show) I feel compelled to not only cast this movie, but also to set a few standards for the wardrobe. I'm not quite sure if this version will be modernized to include current fashions, but I'm also not sure if ...
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Josh Hutcherson & James Lafferty: Ciroc Court Basketball Game!
Just Jared - about 4 years
Josh Hutcherson shows off his dribbling skills during the Ciroc Court Basketball Game at Equinox Sports Club on Sunday (February 10) in Los Angeles. The 20-year-old actor was joined by James Lafferty, who attended Sunday’s Justin Timberlake concert at the Hollywood Palladium with girlfriend Eve Hewson. PHOTOS: Check out the latest pics of Josh Hutcherson James recently tweeted, “I Just took the elevator. At the gym. One floor. #Pathetic #ProudToBeAnAmerican.” Last week, Josh showed his support for Emile Hirsch at a presentation of his debut art collection. Mark your calendars, Josh will also be taking his basketball talents to the NBA Celebrity Basketball Game during the NBA All-Star Weekend on Friday (February 15)!
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Warner Bros. TV stars gather to celebrate Paley Center exhibit
LATimes - almost 5 years
Joshua Jackson, Patricia Heaton, James Lafferty, Frenchie Davis, Ben McKenzie, Michael Richards: What do they all have in common? They’re all stars of hit Warner Bros.-produced TV shows, and they were all at the Paley Center for Media on Thursday night. Executives and cast members from more than 30 past and present TV shows gathered at the Beverly Hills museum to celebrate  "Television: Out of the Box," a new exhibition featuring props and costumes from Warner Bros. shows. Walking a multi-colored carpet resembling TV color bars, the stars talked to reporters before passing a gathering of fans at the end of the press line. Teenage girls in the crowd were fanning themselves after meeting "The Vampire Diaries" star Paul Wesley. But many of the biggest TV fans at the event were the guests of honor themselves, including "The Big Bang Theory" actress Melissa Rauch. "When I started on the carpet, I saw a 'Family Matters' cast member, and I have to say, I shouted out 'Eddie Winslo ...
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One Tree Hill Stars Reflect on Wednesday's Series Finale
US Magazine - almost 5 years
After nine seasons and 187 episodes, the final episode of One Tree Hill aired on The CW Wednesday night, but the beloved series won't be soon forgotten by its tight-knit cast. "We started this show in 2003, a year before The O.C. aired, and we were on longer than Lost," Lee Norris, 30, told Us Weekly during a phone interview Thursday. "That's nine years -- more time than I was in high school. We may not have been the No. 1 show, but our fans were really invested in the characters, and I think we wrapped things up in a way that they deserved." Tyler Hilton, who returned for Season 9, adds: "This was the perfect way to end it, with nothing too crazy that tried to push the envelope. It was just a really nice way to end a show with people that you've known for nine years. It was a cool way to send everybody off." PHOTOS: More must-see TV The final scene gave a glimpse into the remaining characters' futures, where they cheered on Jamie Scott during his basketball game at Tree Hi ...
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Comment on James Lafferty Safe in One Tree Hill Season 9? by megan
Boom Tron - about 5 years
i agree with brittney its really stupid to kill nathan off… haley already has been through alot. First she lost her mother then she was attacked by stupid nanny carrie… she doesnt deserve to have to loose nathan too. Pls dotn kill nathan off.
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James Lafferty says goodbye to 'One Tree Hill': 'It's by far Nathan's worst year'
Zap 2 it - about 5 years
In the opening moments of tonight's "One Tree Hill" season premiere, the audience immediately realizes that our favorite characters are in for a harrowing, heartbreaking thirteen episodes. Still, Nathan, Haley, Brooke, and the rest of the gang have been through hell before -- so we were pretty confident that they can handle whatever is thrown at them at this point.That is, until we met up with series star <a class="fplink fp-129050" href="/james+lafferty">James Lafferty</a> at the Zap2it offices this morning and he warned us, "It's by far Nathan's worst year. Absolutely." After car accidents, school shootings, traumatic injuries, and really bad hair, that's saying something.Certainly the arrival of Dan (Paul Johansson), Nathan's dad, doesn't exactly signal harmony in the Scott household. Lafferty tells us that the contentious relationship between the father and son will shift significantly this year."The nature of their relationship this season is far different from anything we've seen ...
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'One Tree Hill': Chad Michael Murray Returning - Hollywood Reporter
Google News - over 5 years
One Tree Hill&#39;s final season is set for a midseason premiere with Murray&#39;s on-screen brother, Nathan (James Lafferty) appearing part-time and their father, Dan (Paul Johansson) and Chris Keller (played by former guest star Tyler Hilton) returning as
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Ali Hewson: It's a wonderful life being Mrs Bono - Irish Independent
Google News - over 5 years
&quot;I said don&#39;t do it,&quot; she admits frankly of Memphis Eve, who has since stared alongside Sean Penn in &#39;This Must Be The Place&#39; and briefly dated James Lafferty of &#39;One Tree Hill&#39;. &quot;No mother really wants that. It&#39;s hard if you&#39;re in a band like her dad,
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Final preparations for Stirling's Dennycassim - Stirling Observer
Google News - over 5 years
FRONTMAN James Lafferty has said this weekend&#39;s Dennycassim festival has the potential to be “huge”. The lead singer of Stirling-based indie rockers Lux will be one of a host of local artists appearing at Auchenbowie Mains Farm, in rural Stirlingshire,
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One Tree Hill's Favorite Bad Boy Is Back! Tyler Hilton Reveals Final Season ... - E! Online
Google News - over 5 years
We loved to hate him, even when he pretty much broke up our favorite married teenagers, Nathan (James Lafferty) and Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti). And now, for the ninth and final season of OTH, Chris Keller is back, and back full time!
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'One Tree Hill' Casting News: An Assassin Heads to Town - Gather.com
Google News - over 5 years
Cast regulars Sophia Bush, Austin Nichols, Bethany Joy Galeotti, Jana Kramer, and Robert Buckley are returning, while James Lafferty is back for about half of the episodes. One Tree Hill casting efforts are also bringing Paul Johansson back as a
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Concerns expressed re: Muslim GOP candidate - OneNewsNow
Google News - over 5 years
James Lafferty is chairman of the Virginia Anti-Sharia Task Force. He says Ramadan supports the &quot;Ground Zero&quot; Mosque in New York City and has also had some ties with the lobbying firm for Libya in the United States. &quot;That&#39;s not like any conservative
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James Lafferty Safe in One Tree Hill Season 9? - Boomtron.com
Google News - over 5 years
This might upset some of you, so I suggest you get your security blanket or hold on to some sturdy; James Lafferty&#39;s life may not be safe in One Tree Hill&#39;s ninth season. Are you still there? Still breathing? Okay, good. Let us continue
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CW Boss on the Future of Supernatural, One Tree Hill and a Lady Gaga Special - TV Guide
Google News - over 5 years
James Lafferty will return for seven of those episodes. The network also has recruited Lady Gaga for a one-hour interview special, in which she will sit down with designer Jean Paul Gaultier at his atelier in Paris. Gaga By Gaultier will air Monday,
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AFDI/SIOA 9/11 Freedom Rally: Stand Against Ground Zero Mosque, and Durban III ... - PR Newswire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
... popular radio host Joyce Kaufman; Darla Dawald, National Director of the Patriot Action Network; James Lafferty of the Virginia Anti-Sharia Taskforce (VAST); Coptic Christian activist Joseph Nassralla; Iraqi ex-Muslim Paul Gaynos; and others
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One Tree Hill, trama episodio 7×22 “Serata d'onore”-ultimo episodio - Mag-SeriesUsa (Blog)
Google News - over 5 years
In quel momento arriva proprio Nathan (James Lafferty) che la tira fuori. Le cose sembrano piano piano tornare alla normalità e così tutti sembrano potersi dedicare alla prima del film di Julian (Austin Nichols). Tutti vanno nello chalet in montagna in
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Les Frères Scott : le retour de Tyler Hilton alias Chris Keller - Toutelatele.com
Google News - over 5 years
Mais cette réapparition du rockeur dans la vie des héros de Tree Hill pourrait avoir une incidence sur la relation entre Nathan (James Lafferty) et Haley (Bethany Joy Galeotti) et la stabilité de leur mariage. A moins que le personnage ne revienne
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of James Lafferty
    TWENTIES
  • 2015
    Age 29
    In August 2015, Lafferty directed an episode of the second season of E! drama series The Royals, and returned to direct a few more episodes during season three.
    More Details Hide Details Lafferty currently resides in Los Angeles, California. An ardent basketball player, Lafferty was part of the New Orleans basketball team at the 2008 NBA All-Star Celebrity Game alongside Ne-Yo, Terrell Owens, Seth Gilliam, and Master P. The team defeated the Hornets 51–50. He is a supporting partner of the Wilmington Sea Dawgs. From 2003 to 2008, Lafferty hosted an annual charity basketball event in Wilmington. In 2009, he announced that he was canceling the event, stating: "As a result of constant harassment and gross invasions of privacy via email and telephone, targeting myself, my friends and even my family, I no longer feel comfortable holding a fundraiser in such an intimate setting with fans."
  • 2013
    Age 27
    In 2013, Lafferty was cast in the NBC crime thriller series Crisis, as Mr Nash.
    More Details Hide Details This was followed by landing the lead role of Jimmy Adams in the independent movie Waffle Street, alongside Danny Glover, and being cast in a recurring role during the first season of WGN America's slave drama Underground.
  • 2011
    Age 25
    In April 2011, Lafferty was confirmed to star alongside One Tree Hill cast mate Stephen Colletti and brother Stuart Lafferty in a planned adventurous reality television series entitled Wild Life: A New Generation of Wild, for which he was an executive producer.
    More Details Hide Details A pilot episode was filmed, however the series failed to find a network.
  • 2008
    Age 22
    In February 2008, Lafferty was cast in the straight-to-DVD sequel to the cult film Donnie Darko.
    More Details Hide Details Titled S. Darko, the film was released in May 2009, and received mostly negative reviews from critics.
  • TEENAGE
  • 2003
    Age 17
    In 2003, Lafferty was cast in his breakout role of Nathan Scott on The WB/The CW teen drama series One Tree Hill.
    More Details Hide Details The series follows two estranged half-brothers, Nathan and Lucas Scott, who are put on the same basketball team, jeopardizing Nathan's position as the star player. In May 2011, The CW renewed the series for a ninth and final season, for which Lafferty chose to return on a recurring basis rather than in a full-time starring role. Over the course of the later seasons, Lafferty directed four episodes. He received four Teen Choice Award nominations throughout his time on the series.
  • 2002
    Age 16
    In 2002, Lafferty starred in the ESPN made-for-television film A Season on the Brink, an adaptation of the book of the same name by John Feinstein.
    More Details Hide Details The film centered on the 1985–86 season of Indiana University's college basketball team.
  • 1997
    Age 11
    In 1997, at age twelve, Lafferty made his small-screen acting debut with a voice-over role in the made-for-television film Annabelle's Wish.
    More Details Hide Details Lafferty has since made guest appearances on television series' such as Once and Again, Get Real, and Boston Public.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1985
    Born
    Born on July 25, 1985.
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