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Earlier this year she earned a Golden Globe nomination for her role as the catty, conniving country-music singer Juliette Barnes in the new More4 drama Nashville. With her bad-girl persona, sequinned dresses and eye-wateringly tight denim hotpants, Barnes is a delicious departure from the good girls the actress is used to playing.‘After Heroes I knew it was going to be an uphill battle for me to be seen as anything other than the all-American cheerleader,’ she says.I don’t want to call myself a victim, but I stopped reading anything about myself ever again after that,’ she says.Then, just as she turned 18, Panettiere’s parents split up. ‘And I didn’t want to hurt either of them, so for a long time I just avoided it all.’ Her mother still lives in Los Angeles, as does her brother, but her father has moved back to the Hudson Valley. Little wonder, then, that her relationship history features some significantly older beaus.At the time, Knox was serving a 26-year sentence for the murder of Meredith Kercher, though she has since been acquitted.Panettiere found herself fending off intense criticism after calling Knox ‘brave’ and ‘spirited’ and talking of her joy and excitement at winning the role.
Perhaps it was an ill-advised effort to shed her wholesome image that made Panettiere take on the contentious role of Amanda Knox in the television film Amanda Knox: Murder on Trial in Italy (2011).Panettiere was a millionaire before she was out of her teens, thanks in part to her award-winning role as Claire Bennet, a cheerleader with healing powers in the sci-fi series Heroes.But Panettiere appears to have pulled off the notoriously tricky transition from child and teenage stardom to serious adult acting with aplomb.Her father, Alan (known as Skip), was a policeman, then a firefighter, before he retired to set up a wooden-flooring business.
Her mother, Lesley Vogel, is a retired soap actress, who spotted her daughter’s potential early.
The show pitches the ruthlessly ambitious Juliette against a fortysomething country music superstar whose success is on the wane.