Saturday, November 5, 2011

Hayden Panettiere

The US Trends | Hayden Panettiere | Hayden Panettiere is an American actress and singer, best known as cheerleader Claire Bennet on the NBC television series Heroes. She began her acting career by playing Sarah Roberts on One Life to Live (1994–1997), and Lizzie Spaulding on Guiding Light (1996–2000), before starring at age 10 as Sheryl Yoast in the Disney feature film Remember the Titans, and then achieved wider fame on Heroes. She also had a leading role as Kirby Reed in the 2011 horror film Scream 4

Hayden Leslie Panettiere was born on August 21, 1989, in Palisades, New York. Father of Hayden Panettiere, Skip Panettiere, was the local fire department lieutenant, and her mother, Lesley Panettiere was a soap opera actress. Before her first birthday, Panettiere has already started modeling and acting. SHe began her career as a model for an 8 month old baby clothes, and appeared in her first commercial, Playskool and trains, just three months later. Panettiere continued to appear in dozens of commercials as a child and the child, including places of McDonalds, and Nix Lice Shampoo Hershey.

In 1994, at the age of 4, Hayden Panettiere was completed in commercials to soap operas, landing a recurring role on ABC's One Life to Live. After three years of One Life to Live, Panettiere joined the cast of another soap opera, CBS's Guiding Light , playing a part of Lizzie Spaulding until 2000. Though present in soap operas on a regular basis, Hayden Panettiere has launched a promising film career. She did 'a voice acting for a pair of Disney films, A Bug's Life (1998), and the DINOSAUR (2000), and played small roles in live-action films tHE Object of My Affection (1998), and Message in a Bottle (1999).

In 2000, Hayden Panettiere was get more a higher profile when She landed a role opposite Denzel Washington  in a sentimental favorite Remember the Titans. 11-year Panettiere received rave reviews for her portrayal of Yoach Sheryl, the daughter of a coach with extraordinary passion for football, won the Young Artist Award for Best Supporting Young Actress for her performance. After Remember when the Titans, Panettiere carved a niche in Hollywood go-screen daughter. She played the daughter of Tim Allen  in Joe Somebody, a comedy film in  2001, and regularly appeared as daugter of Calista Flockhart in a Fox series Ally McBeal (2002).

Despite her extraordinarily busy young acting career, Hayden Panettiere attempted to live a somewhat normal childhood. She attended South Orangetown Middle School, a public school in Blauvelt, New York. But Panettiere says that she faced considerable abuse as a Hollywood starlet trying to fit in with the rest of the kids at her public school. "I had a rough time—a really rough time—in school," she recalls. "It's almost as if you can't be human because they think that by you being in a bad mood or getting upset about anything that you are just trying to be a diva ... you can never just have a bad day like everyone else."

After finishing eighth grade in 2003, Hayden Panettiere has traveled to South Africa to film the movie Racing Stripes. When filming was completed, Panettiere decided not to return to school in New York and instead completed her first year of high school with a tutor when they travel to South Africa. "It was certainly opened my eyes, see the slums," she recalls. "It makes you appreciate what you have, but at the same time you admire how simple life is: in other places." In Over the next year Panettiere played a recurring role on the Fox series Malcolm in the Middle (2003-2005) while also appearing in movies Raising Helen (2004) and Disney's Ice Princess (2004).

Hayden Panettiere raised to a new level of fame in 2006, but when she landed a role in the NBC series Heroes new sci-fi. The show follows a group of ordinary people who possess supernatural powers, and Hayden Panettiere plays Claire Bennet, a cheerleader in high school who instantly healed for any damage, but must keep her ability secret. Heroes soon proved very popular, reintroducing Panettiere in the spotlight of the media, no longer as an adorable child, but as an incredibly beautiful young woman. She appeared on the cover of Cosmopolitan magazine and was presented to People Magazine 100 most beautiful list, Entertainment Weekly STARS WE LOVE list and the list of Forbes magazine Celebrity 100 Power. Heroes ran for four seasons from 2006-2010 and Panettiere won three consecutive Teen Choice Awards for Best TV Actress for her role . She has since been starred in the 2009 romantic comedy I love you, Beth Cooper and returned to the voice acting with a animated film of 2010-Alpha & Omega .

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