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Also Known As: Haylie Katherine Duff Died:
Born: February 19, 1985 Cause of Death:
Birth Place: Houston, Texas, USA Profession: actor, singer, dancer

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Following in her little sister Hilary's sizeable footsteps, actress Haylie Duff began her acting career as an offshoot of her early dance training. Growing up in Texas, Duff began ballet at an early age. By age ten, Duff landed a role in the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company's production of "The Nutcracker." Within a year, Duff had moved on to roles in television. Starting with a small, uncredited part in the 1997 mini-series "True Women," Duff followed up a supporting role in the made-for-TV movie, "Hope," helmed by first-time director Goldie Hawn. Both films were shot in Texas, which allowed Duff to, at least initially, maintain a balance between her home life and early career.

Following in her little sister Hilary's sizeable footsteps, actress Haylie Duff began her acting career as an offshoot of her early dance training. Growing up in Texas, Duff began ballet at an early age. By age ten, Duff landed a role in the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company's production of "The Nutcracker." Within a year, Duff had moved on to roles in television. Starting with a small, uncredited part in the 1997 mini-series "True Women," Duff followed up a supporting role in the made-for-TV movie, "Hope," helmed by first-time director Goldie Hawn. Both films were shot in Texas, which allowed Duff to, at least initially, maintain a balance between her home life and early career.

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CAST: (feature film)

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 Sandman, The (2017)
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 Bad Twin (2016)
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 Naughty and Nice (2014)
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 Christmas Belle (2013)
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 Ten Cent Pistol (2013)
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Raised in Houston, Texas
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Began taking ballet at an early age and toured with the Cechetti Ballet in the mid-'90s
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At ten-years-old, landed a role in the Houston Metropolitan Dance Company¿s production of "The Nutcracker"
1997:
Made her screen debut in a small, uncredited part in the mini-series "True Women"
1997:
Had a supporting role as Martha Jean Pruitt, in the made-for-TV movie "Hope," helmed by first-time director Goldie Hawn
1998:
Appeared in the direct-to-video sequel "Addams Family Values" directed by Dave Payne
2001:
Cast in the comedy short "The Newman Shower," a coming-of-age teen comedy set in the late 1980¿s at a summer camp
2002:
Cast in the recurring role of Lizzie's Cousin Amy on "Lizzie McGuire," the Disney series that starred her sister Hilary
2003:
With sister Hilary, appeared as the real life Weiss sisters from the girl group the Shangri-Las, on an episode of "American Dreams" (NBC)
2004:
Had a small but memorable role as bad girl Katina Jones on an episode of "That¿s So Raven" (Disney)
2004:
Cast as the mean-spirited, Summer Wheatly in Jared Hess¿ independent film "Napoleon Dynamite"
2005:
Joined the cast of the WB series "7th Heaven," in its final season
2006:
Made Broadway debut as Amber Von Tussle in "Hairspray"
2006:
Co-starred with real life sister, Hilary Duff as a pair of cosmetics heiress who lose their fortune in the comedy "Material Girls"
2008:
Co-hosted the reality show "Legally Blonde The Musical: The Search for Elle Woods" (MTV); also executive produced
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