Brittany Snow Biography
Wanting to do more than just commercials, Brittany Snow embarked on the world of acting by joining local stage productions such as Annie, South Pacific, and Pirates of Penzance. She then made her television debut in 1995 on the Disney Channels Walt Disney World Inside Out. This was immediately followed by a stint on SeaQuest DSV. By that time, Brittany Snow felt the need of an agent and finally secured one who handled her auditions for film and TV shows.
Brittany Snow landed on a role in the CBS soap, Guiding Light. Things became harder for her especially that she had to go from Florida to New York and back in order to attend both to her job and her studies. She was able to make things work, thanks to her supportive and loving parents. Brittany Snow was seen on Guiding Light for eight episodes, which then opened doors for bigger and better roles both on film and TV.
In 2002, Brittany Snow bagged the roles of Meg Pryor on the NBC show American Dreams, which relived how life was for an American family during the sixties. She worked with fellow teen stars Sarah Ramos and Vanessa Lengies, whom she shared the same aspirations of making it big in Hollywood. Despite a growing fan base, American Dreams was canceled after only three seasons on air. Brittany Snow then starred in the 2005 comedy The Pacifier with Vin Diesel and Lauren Graham.
As Brittany Snows acting prowess impressed critics and studio executives, she was given her first leading role in the movie John Tucker Must Die, where she worked other teen stars Jesse Metcalfe, Arielle Kebbel and Sophia Bush. Her recent work was in the 2007 film revival of the smash musical, Hairspray where she appeared as Amber Von Tussle, where she shared the big screen with huge stars John Travolta and Michelle Pfeiffer, as well as Zac Efron, Nikki Blonsky and Amanda Bynes. She is set to appear in the upcoming comedy Finding Amanda with Matthew Broderick, and the horror remake of Prom Night opposite Jamie Lee Curtis, both of which are scheduled for release on 2008.