Brittany Anne Snow (Tampa, Florida; March 9, 1986) is an American actress and model. Her first job as a model she did at the age of three for Burdines. In 2004 she graduated from Gaither High School in her hometown.
Personal Life of Brittany Snow:
Snow was born in Tampa, Florida. She graduated from Gaither High School in Tampa, Florida, in 2004. Brittany is a Catholic, she has a scar on her forehead, when she was two years old she suffered a fall and was stitched with fourteen stitches. She created Love Is Louder, a site to help people who feel lonely or have problems such as bullying. She has been married to surfer, model, and real estate agent Tyler Stanaland since March 2020.
Early Life of Brittany Snow:
Born in Tampa, Florida, Brittany is the daughter of Cinda Jo and Jon Snow. She has a half-brother named John Junior and a half-sister named Holly. She graduated from Gaither High School in Tampa.
The parents of young Brittany launched her into modeling at the age of 3 for the clothing brand Burdines. She switched to acting at the age of 8, with a few appearances in the series.
But it was in 1999, at the age of 13, that she really learned the trade, signing a three-year contract with the production of the soap opera, Haine et Passion, in order to play the young Susan ” Daisy »Lemay. Thanks to this role, she won a Young Artist Awards in the “Best Young Actress” category, then was nominated for two other Young Artist Awards and a Soap Opera Digest Awards. She nevertheless left the series after only nine episodes, to run the castings of more prestigious productions.
After the failure of a pilot for another series in 2001, she landed the lead role in the drama and musical series My Best Years, launched in September 2002 by the NBC channel.
The positive critical reception of the program, particularly vis-à-vis the young actress, ensures three seasons and sixty episodes. Indeed, too low audiences lead to the end of the program in May 2005.
The following summer, she was in the cast of the family comedy Baby-Sitter, produced by Disney studios with Vin Diesel in the title role.
The actress then tries to break her image of a wise girl: first by playing a high school student in the third season of the sulfurous series Nip / Tuck. Subsequently, she plays the role of a young woman with bipolar disorder in an episode of New York, Special Unit.
Professional Life of Brittany Snow:
At the same time, she launched into the cinema by joining the sexy cast of the teenage comedy John Tucker must die. The film allows other young serial actors to try the experience on the big screen.
She also returned to the musical register in 2007, being part of the large cast of the remake Hairspray, notably alongside Zac Efron and Amanda Bynes. The same year, the psychological thriller On the Doll, in which she plays the leading role, was released more discreetly.
In 2008, she alternated two different projects: first the romantic comedy Finding Amanda, opposite Matthew Broderick, then starring in the horror film for teenagers, Le Bal de l’horreur, where she rubbed shoulders with others. young stars of television series. The same year, she lent her voice to the character Naminé in the Kingdom Hearts video game (but, ultimately, she was replaced by Meaghan Jette Martin).
In 2009, she moved to a more ambitious cinema with the independent dramatic comedy The Vicious Kind, directed by Adam Scott. She’s also attempting a television comeback, starring in a starring role in a flashback episode of the popular teen series, Gossip Girl. She indeed lends her features to the young Lily Rhodes, a derivative series is considered, but ultimately canceled.
The actress has made a series of independent films – Black Water Transit (2009), Janie Jones (2010) – and the action-thriller 96 Minutes, in 2011. But now, she also continues on television with appearances in ephemeral series – Mad Love, Marcy – before landing a leading role: that of a petulant and sexy young secretary in a new forensic series.
The Law According to Harry is commissioned a 13-episode first season, launched in January 2011. Developed by David E. Kelley, the creator of Ally McBeal, the series is starring Kathy Bates, as a surly lawyer launching his own cabinet.
Audiences are good, and the NBC channel orders a second season, expected in September 2012. However, the character of Snow is reduced, and the actress ends up leaving the series after the fourth episode.
The same season, she appears in four episodes of the short-lived comedy Ben and Kate, worn by Dakota Johnson. But it continues especially in the cinema: if the romantic comedy Petunia goes unnoticed, it stands out in two remarkable works: first, the violent and black thriller Would You Rather and especially the musical The Hit Girls, a huge box office success. 2012, which finally relaunches his career, in the wake of the two revelations: Anna Kendrick and Rebel Wilson.
In 2013, she had a role in the TV movies Call Me Crazy: A Five Film, directed by Jennifer Hudson, and To My Future Assistant, and the movie Syrup (in), directed by Amber Heard.
In 2014, she also played in the musical There’s Always Woodstock and the TV movie An American Education.
In 2015, she starred in the awaited sequel Pitch Perfect 2, while a third film is already announced. Indeed, this second part is a great commercial success.
At the same time, she holds one of the main roles of the second season of the anthology drama Full Circle. At the start of the 2016 school year, she appeared in three episodes of the Crazy Ex-Girlfriend musical series, before joining the filming of Pitch Perfect 3. Released in 2017, this conclusion met with success.
In 2019, she was part of the star trio of the romantic comedy Someone Good with Gina Rodriguez and DeWanda Wise.
The same year, she landed one of the leading roles in a new series developed by the FOX network, Not Just Me. She plays Julia Bechley, the only daughter of an in vitro fertilization pioneer who discovers that her father used his sperm to conceive dozens of children throughout his career. This is how she meets her new sisters.
Finally, the series changes its name in favor of Almost Family and its release is announced in the fall of 2019. She co-starred alongside Megalyn Echikunwoke and Emily Osment. However, the series was canceled after only one season for lack of audiences.
At the same time, she made her directorial debut for a short film starring Anna Camp, Chrissie Fit, and J. R. Bourne.