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Multi-talented and dynamic, Lucy Hale has captured the attention of millions as the star of ABC Family's smash hit series “Pretty Little Liars.” The show is now in its fifth season, with record high ratings. Hale has won the Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV Female Star for the past four years and received the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Rising Star at the 2013 Gracie Awards.
Having conquered the small screen, Hale has recently completed her debut album, "Road Between." Recorded in Nashville with producer Mark Bright, the album recalls Hale’s country roots and hometown influences. The album featuring her recent single, "You Sound Good To Me," hit retailers on June 3rd through DMG Nashville/Bigger Picture Group.
Hale has recently been named as the Beauty Brand Ambassador for mark, Avon’s beauty and fashion boutique brand. In the role, Hale will appear in mark Magalogs, as well as on mark and Avon digital platforms. Hale will also be the spokesperson for the m.powerment by mark campaign, the brand’s philanthropic effort dedicated to breaking the cycle of dating abuse and partner violence against young women.
A native of Memphis, Tennessee, Hale realized a passion for music at an early age and began voice lessons in earnest at the age of nine. She appeared on "American Juniors," finishing in the top five and becoming a member of the band, which was formed at the show's conclusion. Her positive experience on the program inspired her to seriously pursue a career in entertainment.
Hale most recently starred in "A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song," opposite Missi Pyle, and in the popular horror film "Scream 4." She previously starred in the critically-acclaimed series "Privileged" and in "The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2," opposite Blake Lively, Alexis Bledel, America Ferrera and Amber Tamblyn. Hale could also be seen in guest-starring roles in the series "Private Practice" and "CSI: Miami." Other television credits include an impressive list of popular shows, including "How I Met Your Mother," "The O.C.," "Drake & Josh" and "American Family."