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Background: “If I ever got married and my husband wanted me to give all this up and follow him wherever he wanted me to go I would.

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The group's first EP, “Mission Bell” (2008), peaked at No. Lenz is married to fellow musician Michael Galeotti, and has one daughter.

She and her husband started up a family restaurant in Battle Ground, Washington called “Galeotti's.” Her hobbies include photography, painting, writing, horseback riding, knitting, and making stationery.

On screen, Lenz is best known for her portrayals of Michelle Bauer Santos on Guiding Light (from 1998 to 2000) and Haley James Scott on One Tree Hill (since 2003).

On the 10th of August the CW confirmed that Bethany would be a part of a special crossover-event between Life Unexpected and One Tree Hill.

It was there that she began acting, while attending Pope Elementary School.

She also took dance, tap, jazz, acting and theater classes at The Creative Arts Theater and School.

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However, she did not gain her first break until she landed a nine episode gig as the teenage clone of Reva Shayne Lewis on the CBS soap opera “The Guiding Light” in March 1998.

Lenz's performance as the feisty and undefended clone garnered her positive reviews and acclaim from both audiences and critics, in addition to the show's executives.

She went on to hone her crafts by starring in various stage productions such as “ Gypsy: A Musical Fable, “Annie” and “Cinderella.” After moving to NJ, she worked in television commercials for Dr. In 1996, while in her sophomore year in high school, Lenz (then billed as Joie Lenz) landed the supporting role of Linda Halleck in the big screen adaptation of Stephen King's “Thinner,” which starred Joe Mantegna, Robert John Burke and Lucinda Jenney and directed by Tom Holland. Also in that same year, she had an uncredited part in the drama/romance film “I Love You, I Love You Not,” directed by Billy Hopkins and written (also the play) by Wendy Kesselman.

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