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Pretty Little Liars - Sasha Pieterse

Sasha Pieterse
Alison DiLaurentis

Film and television star Sasha Pieterse is best known for her lead role on Freeform's "Pretty Little Liars," now in its sixth season, where she plays "Alison DiLaurentis." In addition to her successful acting career, Pieterse has launched her singing career releasing four singles with co-writer and producer, Dan Franklin.

Pieterse got her start in television in 2002 at the age of six, starring in the WB comedy series "Family Affair," a remake of the late 1960s hit, as "Buffy" opposite Gary Cole. She was awarded with a Young Artist's Award for her work on the series. She later reunited with Cole as his daughter in the cable thriller "Wanted."

Pieterse's first major film role was as Ice Princess in Robert Rodriguez's "The Adventures of Shark Boy and Lava Girl 3D," with Taylor Lautner and George Lopez. She also starred in "Good Luck Chuck" and in the telefilm "Claire," opposite Valerie Bertinelli. Pieterse appeared in the hit series "Heroes" in the recurring role of Amanda Strazzulla, a young gypsy girl with fire powers. She guest starred in "House M.D.," as a terminal cancer patient who was terrified of dying without ever being kissed, where Pieterse was put forward for nomination of a daytime Emmy. She also guest starred in "Without a Trace," in a terrifying turn as a kidnapping victim.

In 2011, she appeared as "Amy Loubalu" in the Disney Channel Original Movie "Geek Charming" and also as a teenage girl in the movie "X-Men: First Class." In 2007, she starred in a feature film alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar called "The Air I Breathe." More recently, Pieterse has appeared in the film "G.B.F." with one of the lead roles of "Fawcett Brooks," and in an episode of "Hawaii Five-0" as a terrorist pupil named "Dawn Hatfield." Sasha was also seen in the critically acclaimed film "Inherent Vice" directed by Paul Thomas Anderson where she acted alongside Reese Witherspoon, Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Short. Sasha played the gritty role of "Japonica Fenway," a young runaway teen who "Doc" (Joaquin Phoenix) recollects as one of his first cases. She also recently wrapped filming the feature "Burning Bodhi" where she stars alongside Virginia Madsen and Kaley Cuoco.

In 2011, she appeared as "Amy Loubalu" in the Disney Channel Original Movie "Geek Charming" and also as a teenage girl in the movie "X-Men: First Class." In 2007, she starred in a feature film alongside Sarah Michelle Gellar called "The Air I Breathe." More recently, Pieterse has appeared in the film "G.B.F." with one of the lead roles of "Fawcett Brooks," and in an episode of "Hawaii Five-0" as a terrorist pupil named "Dawn Hatfield." Sasha was also seen in the critically acclaimed film "Inherent Vice" directed by Paul Thomas Anderson where she acted alongside Reese Witherspoon, Joaquin Phoenix and Martin Short. Sasha played the gritty role of "Japonica Fenway," a young runaway teen who "Doc" (Joaquin Phoenix) recollects as one of his first cases. She also recently wrapped filming the feature "Burning Bodhi" where she stars alongside Virginia Madsen and Kaley Cuoco.

When she was just four and a half years old, Pieterse met with a Los Angeles agent who quickly signed her and she has been acting and modeling ever since. She has appeared in scores of television commercials, on billboards, and booked modeling assignments throughout the country.

Pieterse loves her craft and hopes and plans to have longevity in the crazy and wonderful world of the entertainment industry.


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Pretty Little Liars - Lucy Hale

Lucy Hale
Aria Montgomery

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."


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Pretty Little Liars - Shay Mitchell

Shay Mitchell
Emily Fields

Shay Mitchell is most recognizable for her leading role as "Emily Fields" on Freeform's hit show "Pretty Little Liars." The show is currently in its sixth season and continues to break its own records for the most tweeted episodes in TV history.

Mitchell boasts an impressive social media following with 10.6 million followers on Instagram, over 4.6 million followers on Facebook, over 3 million Twitter followers and 3.4 million Google + followers. On average, she receives nearly 1 million views on each of her Snapchats within 24 hours.

Mitchell will soon be seen in the upcoming film "Dreamland" directed by Robert Schwartzman with Beverly D'Angelo, Jason Schwartzman and Johnny Simmons, which will premiere at the 2016 TriBeCa Film Festival. She will also appear on the big screen alongside Jennifer Aniston in the film "Mother's Day" which will hit theaters in April 2016.

Born to a Filipino mother and Irish/Scottish father, Mitchell is a native of Toronto, Canada. As a young child, she was interested in the performing arts, declaring to her parents that she would pursue such a career. She began dance lessons at the age of 5, and she and several of her classmates toured the city to compete with a variety of other dance schools.

At the age of 10, Mitchell's family moved west to Vancouver, British Columbia. Within a year of their arrival, an international modeling agency had an open casting call for teen and pre-teen girls who were vying for representation. Mitchell was one of the girls selected.
By her late teens, she had successfully modeled for a variety of companies all over the world, including Bangkok, Hong Kong, Berlin and Barcelona. Wanting to focus on her true passion, Mitchell returned to Toronto and began to study acting. She appeared in the hit series "Degrassi: The Next Generation" and booked several national commercials. She also landed a recurring role in the Disney series "Aaron Stone," appeared on the ABC series "Rookie Blue" and was featured in the music video for international recording artist Sean Paul's hit song "Hold My Hand," which has garnered over 30 million views on YouTube.

Mitchell was the first celebrity face of American Eagle's "Live Your Life" ad campaign, which ran in the fall of 2012. In February 2011, it was announced that Mitchell would complete a one-year deal as spokesperson for the Pantene Pro-V Nature Fusion collection. For the second year in a row, Mitchell is part of the celebrity ensemble for "ACUVUE® 1-DAY Contest." The contest, now in its fourth year, will give teen winners the chance to meet and be mentored for a day by a celebrity. In summer 2015, she partnered with Kohl's to launch a new fitness apparel line, named "Fit to Wander." In January 2016, Mitchell was announced as the newest spokesperson for the Bioré skincare line.
Mitchell understands the importance of giving back and continually makes philanthropy a priority in her life. She works with Free The Children and has participated in numerous WeDay events around the world. She recently traveled to Africa with Free The Children to visit the villages and help build schools for the children that the organization helps and supports. Mitchell is also an ambassador for the Somaly Mam Foundation in Cambodia, which supports anti-sex-trafficking organizations and provides victims and survivors with a platform from which their voices can be heard around the world. She has visited Cambodia and spent time with the girls in the shelters.

Mitchell's passion project is her blog, www.amoreandvita.com, for which she and her best friend are editor-in-chiefs. It's a Martha Stewart-meets-Goop lifestyle site, covering topics ranging from fashion and beauty, travel, cooking, etiquette, and much more. The two personally write and edit the site, which often feature guest-features by her friends.

An avid writer, she released her first novel in fall 2015, entitled "Bliss," which follows three best friends navigating their way through dead-end jobs, aspirations, heartbreak and friendship.

Most recently, Mitchell launched one of YouTube's fastest growing channels, breaking the 100k subscriber mark in less than 24 hours and taking YouTube by storm. The launch of her lifestyle channel outperformed Taylor Swift VEVO, Markiplier and PewDiePie as the fastest growing channel on YouTube. It currently has over 1 million subscribers and is growing rapidly.

Mitchell currently resides in Los Angeles.


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Pretty Little Liars - Ashley Benson

Ashley Benson
Hanna Marin

Ashley Benson currently stars as Hanna Marin on the sixth season of the Freeform series "Pretty Little Liars." Most recently, she can be seen in "Pixels" for Sony, alongside Adam Sandler, Josh Gad and Michelle Monaghan for director Chris Columbus. Next up for Benson is the Sony Pictures Worldwide drama "Ratter" where she stars opposite Matt McGorry; the Liza Johnson-directed comedy "Elvis & Nixon"; and the Xavier Manrique-directed comedy "Chronically Metropolitan."

Ashley Benson was born on December 18, 1989, in Anaheim, California. She first started to pursue a dancing career before focusing her attention to singing and performing for several choir groups and local musicals. At the age of eight, she signed with Ford Models and appeared initially in print ads, before transitioning to television commercials, and later to acting for the big screen.
Benson's credits include guest roles in shows such as "The District," "The West Wing," "7th Heaven" and "The O.C." She also played a small role in the romantic comedy "13 Going on 30." In 2005, she joined the cast of the daytime soap "Days of Our Lives," playing the teenaged version of Abigail Deveraux for two years.

Since then, she has guest starred in "Supernatural" and "CSI: Miami," in the direct-to-video film "Bring It On: In It to Win It" and on the TV series "Eastwick."

Benson currently resides in Los Angeles, California.


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Pretty Little Liars - Troian Bellisario

Troian Bellisario
Spencer Hastings

Troian Bellisario is a burgeoning actress, writer and producer best known for her starring role on the acclaimed ABC Family smash hit "Pretty Little Liars."

Bellisario wrote, produced and starred in the short film "Exiles" and also starred in the title role of "Lauren" in one of the WIGS' web series focused on sexual assault in the military. She was also seen the independent film "Consent." On stage, she appeared in "Equivocation" at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. With The Casitas Group, a theatre company of which she is a founding member, Bellisario appeared in an exclusive engagement of Martin McDonagh's "The Pillowman," as well as a Sam Shepard double feature: "Fool for Love" and "True West." During her time as a B.F.A at the USC School of Theatre, Bellisario performed in productions of "The Crucible," "All's Well that End's Well," "Red Light Winter," "The Complete Female Stage Beauty" and "Cloud 9."

Bellisario was born, raised and still lives in Los Angeles where she is currently shooting the fifth season of "Pretty Little Liars."


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Pretty Little Liars - Laura Leighton

Laura Leighton
Ashley Marin

Laura Leighton portrays "Ashley Marin," a well-polished business executive who spends more time on her cell phone than she does with her daughter, Hanna.

Best known to audiences for her performance as "Sydney" on the long-running iconic 1990s television series "Melrose Place," Leighton returned to the role in the reimagining of the program which debuted in fall 2009.

After her long stint on the original "Melrose Place," she continued to turn in memorable performances on such shows as "CSI: Miami," "Boston Legal," "Shark" and "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit," all while raising a family. She also appeared in Jerry Bruckheimer Television's "Skin," as well as the series "Eyes." Recently Leighton was seen in the feature thriller "The Burrowers" and telefilms "Love Notes," "Daniel's Daughter" and "Mending Fences." Other credits include "Naked City," the independent feature "The Clean And Narrow," directed by William Katt and co-starring Jack Noseworthy, and "Seven Girlfriends," with Tim Daly, Olivia D'Abo, Jami Gertz and Mimi Rogers.

Born in Iowa City, Iowa, to a Midwestern family, Leighton found a passion early on for the arts. Shortly after high school, she left Iowa to tour the country with the song and dance troupe Young Americans. She eventually moved on to study acting and, soon after, began landing television commercials and was cast in a guest spot on the original "Melrose Place." Leighton parlayed that into a permanent role, earning a Golden Globe® nomination for Best Supporting Actress, an Us Magazine Entertainer of the Year Award and the coveted honor of hosting "Saturday Night Live."


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Pretty Little Liars - Chad Lowe

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Pretty Little Liars - Tyler Blackburn

Tyler Blackburn
Caleb Rivers

Rising star Tyler Blackburn is one of Hollywood's most exciting and versatile young actors.

Blackburn is best known for his work in the hit Freeform drama "Pretty Little Liars," where he accumulated a large fan base for his portrayal of the dark and mysterious character "Caleb Rivers." The show has received an array of nominations and awards, including several Teen Choice and People's Choice Awards. Blackburn's performance garnered him two consecutive individual Teen Choice Awards the last two years. His success on "Pretty Little Liars" led to Blackburn continuing the same character on the ABC Family (now Freeform) spin-off "Ravenswood."

Blackburn recently completed filming "Hello Again," based off of an Off Broadway musical by composer Michael John LaChiusa. The film is directed by Tom Gustafson and the ensemble cast includes Audra McDonald, Martha Plimpton, T.R. Knight and Cheyenne Jackson. The musical was originally staged in 1994 by Lincoln Center Theatre, where it earned eight Drama Desk nominations. It's since been performed in numerous languages by companies around the world. Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler's 1897 play "La Ronde," the film follows "10 lost souls who skip across 10 periods in New York City history, slipping in and out of one another's arms and beds in a daisy-chained exploration of lust's bittersweet embrace of love."

In 2016, he will next be seen in the independent film "Love Is All You Need?," directed by Kim Rocco Shields. Blackburn stars opposite Elisabeth Röhm, Briana Evigan, Emily Osment and Jeremy Sisto. The film, based on the award winning short of the same name, is a provocative look at bullying in a world where being gay is the norm and heterosexuals are persecuted.

Previously, Blackburn starred in the independent film "Plum Peach Pear" directed by Alana Morshead. In addition, Blackburn portrayed the male lead in Alloy Entertainment's web series "WENDY" for which he sang several songs including their theme song, "Save Me." Other television work includes guest spots on the Nickelodeon series "Gigantic," "Unfabulous," and "Cold Case" on CBS.

A native of southern California, Blackburn started his acting career at the age of 17. He currently resides in Los Angeles.


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Pretty Little Liars - Holly Marie Combs

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Pretty Little Liars - Ian Harding

Ian Harding
Ezra Fitz

Ian Harding is proving himself as one of Hollywood's brightest and most promising new young talent. Born in Heidelberg, Germany, Harding moved with his family to Virginia where he discovered his passion for theater performance at Georgetown. He continued to pursue his talents as he attended the prestigious performing arts school Carnegie Mellon University.

"Pretty Little Liars" is Harding's first major role as a series regular, and he has quickly became a fan favorite as he won the 2010, 2011, and 2012 Teen Choice Award for Choice Summer TV: Male and the 2013 Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Drama.

Harding recently wrapped production on the indie feature "Dynamite: A Cautionary Tale," which is based on a true story. Set in the 60s, it is the story of how one young man, looking to get ahead in life and do right by the girl he loves, gets lured into a seedy world and his entire life begins to spiral out of control.

Harding made his acting debut in the 2009 film "Adventureland," as a wealthy prepster, which starred Kirsten Stewart, Ryan Reynolds, and Jesse Eisengberg. Other notable credits include his work in "Love and Other Drugs" "Deadtime Stories" and "NCIS: Los Angeles."

Harding currently resides in Los Angeles and enjoys yoga, soccer, football and basketball.


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Pretty Little Liars - Janel Parrish

Janel Parrish
Mona Vanderwaal

Born in Hawaii, Janel Parrish started her career with a love for music. She entered and won a state-wide singing contest at age 6 and soon followed that with being cast in the National Touring Company and Broadway Company of "Les Miserables" as "Little Cosette." It wasn't long before Parrish's Broadway experience and recognition led her to acting auditions in Hollywood. While studying acting, Parrish continued to train vocally, eventually adding piano to her repertoire. She also began writing her own music, which led to becoming the lead singer in a three-girl pop group called "Impulse," as well as a recording deal with Geffen Records.

Currently, Parrish can be seen on Tuesday nights appearing as "Mona" in the top-rated Freeform TV series, "Pretty Little Liars." For her role she won the "Choice TV Villain" award at the 2012 and 2013 Teen Choice Awards, as well as a TV Guide Award nomination. In 2014, she finished in third place on the 19th edition of the ABC hit show "Dancing with the Stars."

Her love of musical theater also remains. In 2012, Parrish returned to her theater stage roots in Over the Moon Productions' intimate presentation of the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical "Spring Awakening" as "Anna." In 2014 and 2015, she hit the stage in "Cruel Intentions," "For the Record: Baz Luhrmann" as well as "For the Record: Tarantino."

Other television credits include "Mysteries of Laura," "Drop Dead Diva," "Hawaii Five-O," "Heroes," "Gepetto," "Baywatch," "The O'Keefe's," "The Bernie Mac Show," "Zoey 101," "True Jackson, VP" and "The O.C." She has also graced the big screen starring in feature films such as "Bratz: The Movie," "One Kine Day" and "Knots."


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