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Bethany Joy Galeotti's album is expected to release in 2007.

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Bethany Joy Galeotti's performance as the spunky and vulnerable clone earned her raves from viewers and critics alike.

In 1999, while still appearing on the show, Bethany Joy Lenz was cast as Rose Cronin in "Mary and Rhoda," playing the daughter of Mary Tyler Moore's character in the TV movie based on the popular 1970s TV show.

After two successful years on the soap opera, Bethany Joy Galeotti headed to the West Coast and into prime time.

Actress and musician Bethany Joy Galeotti (newly married) fka Bethany Joy Lenz plays Haley James, the quintessential girl-next-door and best friend to Lucas Scott (Chad Michael Murray), on The CW's "One Tree Hill." Bethany Joy Galeotti began her theatre career at age 7 in Dallas, Texas, as a Munchkin in a local production of "The Wizard of Oz." Bethany Joy Lenz went on to play Scout in "To Kill a Mockingbird," Baby June in "Gypsy," and appeared in a long string of other Dallas theatre productions.

Bethany Joy Galeotti One Tree Hill Bethany Joy Galeotti One Tree Hill Bethany Joy Lenz The Catch Bethany Joy Galeotti fka Bethany Joy Lenz as Haley James One Tree Hill Damon Dayoub and Bethany Joy Lenz The Catch By the time she was 13, Bethany Joy Galeotti moved with her family to New Jersey and had begun her transition from stage to screen through a series of national commercials (Eggo Waffles, Dr.

Pepper and Buick, among others) and television pilots.

In her sophomore year of high school, Bethany Joy Lenz 's talent caught the eye of a casting director for Stephen King's feature "Thinner," and she was hired to play Linda Halleck.

Bethany Joy Lenz booked roles on "Felicity," "Charmed," "The Guardian," the Weitz brothers comedy "Off Center," "Maybe It's Me" and the pilot "Destiny" for Jerry Bruckheimer Productions.

Later that year, Bethany Joy Galeotti starred in the comedy "Bring It On, Again," a sequel to the Universal feature "Bring It On." Bethany Joy Galeotti was vocally trained by the Director of The Brooklyn College of Opera.

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