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LUCY HALE (Melanie Cole) has captured the attention of millions through her dynamic on-screen performances in some of the most buzzed about projects in film and television.

Hale will next star as the titular character in The CW's highly anticipated series "Katy Keene." The series, a "Riverdale" spinoff based off the Archie Comics characters, is set to premiere midseason. Additional upcoming projects include the romantic comedy The Hating Game - based off the best-selling book - opposite Robbie Amell, Big Gold Brick opposite Andy Garcia, Megan Fox, and Oscar Isaac, and Son of the South from Executive Producer Spike Lee.

Most recently, Hale starred in The CW's drama series "Life Sentence." Last spring, she starred in the thriller Truth or Dare from Blumhouse Productions alongside Tyler Posey; the movie is one of Blumhouse's most profitable features to date. That same spring, Hale was seen in the indie film The Unicorn, which had its world premiere at SXSW in March 2018, and leading an ensemble cast in the Netflix film Dude, alongside Kathryn Prescott and Alexandra Shipp.

In 2010, Freeform's smash-hit series "Pretty Little Liars" premiered, launching Hale in stardom. For her portrayal of Aria Montgomery, Hale won a People's Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Actress in 2014; she was nominated for the same award the following three years. She has also won seven Teen Choice Awards for Choice TV Actress/Star, and she was presented with the 2013 Gracie Award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Rising Star. The seventh and final season of the show aired on June 27, 2017.

Prior to "Pretty Little Liars," Hale starred as the lead in The CW's critically acclaimed comedy "Privileged." That same year, Hale starred in Warner Bros.' coming of age comedy The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2 alongside Blake Lively, Amber Tamblyn, and America Ferrera. She also starred as the lead in ABC Family's teen musical A Cinderella Story: Once Upon a Song alongside Freddie Stroma and lent her voice to Disney's animated film Secret of the Wings.

In addition to her thriving acting career, Hale joined forces with Rascal Flatts to release a cover of Frozen's epic anthem "Let It Go" for the 2015 We Love Disney compilation. This followed the release of her debut album "Road Between" the year prior.

Hale resides in Los Angeles.

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