'One Tree Hill': This Is "Nathan Scott" Today
James Lafferty came into the spotlight with his starring role as "Nathan Scott" on the CW teen drama One Tree Hill from 2003 to 2012. We found ourselves wondering what exactly he's been up to since then... Find out here!
James Lafferty was born on July 25th, 1985 in Hemet, California. He started acting at the age of 12 however, it wasn't until he was cast as "Nathan Scott" in the CW teen drama One Tree Hill that he really found fame.
He played a main role in the series for all nine seasons of the show from 2003 until 2012. But what has he been doing since he portrayed the iconic "Scott" brother?
James Lafferty after One Tree Hill
After starring opposite Chad Michael Murray, Bethany Joy Lenz, Sophia Bush, and Hilarie Burton, Lafferty has had a few more roles in other television series and films.
On TV, James starred in thirteen episodes of Crisis in 2014, six episodes of Underground in 2016, and four episodes of The Haunting of Hill House in 2018. In terms of movies, he starred in Lost on Purpose (2013), Oculus (2014), Waffle Street (2015), and as "Tony Lama" in the 2017 film Small Town Crime.
Lafferty has also tried his hand at directing, writing, and producing. He directed four episodes of One Tree Hill from 2009 to 2012 and was the executive producer of the 2010 short film Hours Before. James directed five episodes of The Royals from 2015 to 2018 and in 2017 he was the director, executive producer, and co-writer of the television film Everyone is Doing Great.
James Lafferty's personal life
He currently lives in Los Angeles, California, and has never been married. The 35-year-old actor is relatively active on social media, often posting about the projects he has been working on. He has a little brother named Stuart who is also an actor, producer, and model.
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Hard to put into words how it feels to have screened episode 2 of @everyoneisdoinggreat at @atxfestival this weekend. Got to do it with the people I love, for the #EDGHeroes we love, at a festival that's very special to all of us. I'll wrap this up and let the pictures do the talking, before I get overly sentimental.... The bottom line is we're unbelievably grateful to have had this opportunity. And beyond excited for how much more there is to come. Thank you a million times over @atxfestival and all you wonderful folks who showed up, laughed and hung out with us. Stay tuned.