Welcome to Hayden-P.Com your ultimate source for the extremely talented Hayden Panettiere. You may know her from such films as Bring It On: All Or Nothing, Scream 4, and I Love You, Beth Cooper. Hayden has also starred in various television shows, such as Heroes and currently Nashville where she plays troubled country singer Juliette Barnes. Here at Hayden Panettiere Daily our goal is to provide you the latest on all news, photos, and much more all while being gossip free. Enjoy your stay and check back with us soon.

Hayden Leslie Panettiere was born on 21st August 1989 in Palisades, New York. She still lives in New York with her parents, Lesley Vogel and Skip Panettiere, and younger brother Jansen Panettiere. Her mom got her started in the business by doing commercials when she was just 11 months old. Then, at only 4 1/2, she was cast on the soap opera “One Life to Live” (1968), where she remained until 1997. Since then, she has gone on to appear in many feature films and TV movies. But she is probably best known in the United States for her role as “Claire” on the hit TV show “Heroes” (2006/II).

As for movies, Hayden starred in Remember the Titans (2000) with Denzel Washington and Joe Somebody (2001) with Tim Allen. When Hayden isn’t working, she enjoys singing, dancing, horseback riding, gymnastics, taking piano lessons, and swimming.

She has been involved with many animated movies, beginning with Ett småkryps liv (1998) as “Dot”, later to follow was Dinousaurier (2000), the video game Kingdom Hearts (2002) (VG), and The Mark of Kri (2002) (VG). Her next movie is Zuper zebran (2005), a partly animated film, but Hayden will star in the human role; other cast members include the voices of Whoopi Goldberg, Dustin Hoffman, Joshua Jackson and Mandy Moore.

In 2003, she joined the likes of Jessica Lange, Tom Wilkinson, and Clancy Brown in Jane Anderson’s Normal (2003) (TV) a film about a Midwestern husband and father who announces his plans to have a sex-change operation. In July of the same year, Hayden appeared in a John Guare play, “Landscape of the Body”, for the Williamstown theater festival in Williamstown, Massachusetts.