March 9: Actress & singer Brittany Snow is 25 today.

Born and raised in Tampa, Florida, Brittany Anne Snow is known for her roles as Meg Pryor in American Dreams, Daisy Lemay in Guiding Light and Amber Von Tussle in the film adaptation of the Broadway musical Hairspray.

In Hairspray, Brittany played Amber Von Tussle alongside Michelle Pfeiffer, James Marsden, Amanda Bynes, Zac Efron, John Travolta, Allison Janney and Queen Latifah.

Brittany's musical talent is shown in numerous numbers, including a solo entitled "The New Girl In Town," a song which did not appear previously in the Broadway musical version.

Brittany had previously worked with Adam Shankman, the director of Hairspray, on the Disney film The Pacifier. She also played the lead role in Prom Night, which was released in April 2008.

Brittany also appeared on the music video for "The Phrase That Pays" by The Academy Is... which was released July 2007.

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Hairspray (Full-Screen Edition)


Snow began modeling at the age of three and a half in a print ad for Burdines. She had a popular role at age 12 as troubled teen Daisy LeMay on CBS' Guiding Light. She played Meg Pryor on NBC's American Dreams and neo-Nazi high school student Ariel Alderman on the third season of Nip/Tuck. In 2005, she appeared in The Pacifier with action star Vin Diesel.

In 2006, she was in the film John Tucker Must Die and voiced Naminé in the video game Kingdom Hearts II as well as Shizuku Tsukishima in the Studio Ghibli film Whisper of the Heart, along with Ashley Tisdale.

She also portrayed a young woman afflicted with bipolar disorder in the season seven finale of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.

Snow was scheduled to play the lead, Alyssa, in the upcoming film adaptation of Clock Tower, which was due out in 2010. The project is "officially in limbo."

Brittany stars alongside Evan Ross in the upcoming cautionary thriller 96 Minutes. She appears in David E. Kelley's legal drama Harry's Law, which  premiered in January 2011. She also stars in CBS' romantic comedy Mad Love.