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In 1997, Lafferty made his acting debut in a voice role in made for television film Annabelle's Wish. Lafferty has since made guest appearances on television shows such as Once and Again, Get Real, and Boston Public. In 2002 Lafferty starred in the ESPN Made-For-Television film A Season on the Brink a film-adaptation based on the book of the same name by John Feinstein. The film centered on the 1985-1986 season of Indiana University's college basketball team.
In 2003 Lafferty found his breakout role when he won the role of Nathan Scott on The WB Teen Drama television series One Tree Hill. The series centers on two estranged half-brothers, Nathan and Lucas Scott, who are put on the same basketball team, jeopardizing Nathan's position as the star player. Initially the series premiere was watched by 2.5 million viewers, but viewership continued to rise progressively as the remainder of the first season continued to air. Critical reception was mixed. The series suffered a network transition when The WB and UPN merged into The CW and was one of the few television series picked up for the 2006-2007 television season with its fourth season. For his role on the series, Lafferty has appeared in Entertainment Weekly, Teen People and Elle Girl. In May 2011, The CW renewed the series for a ninth and final season, for which Lafferty returned on a recurring-basis. The series finale aired on April 4, 2012 to 1.43 million viewers. Over the course of the later seasons, Lafferty directed four episodes. Lafferty has received four Teen Choice Award nominations for his stint on the series.
In February 2008, Lafferty was cast in the straight-to-DVD sequel to the cult film Donnie Darko. Production began on May 18, 2008 in Coalville, Utah and Magna, Utah on a $4 million budget. Titled S. Darko: A Donnie Darko Tale, the film was released in May 2009 to extremely negative reviews from critics.
In April 2011, Lafferty was confirmed to star alongside One Tree Hill cast mate Stephen Colletti and brother Stuart Lafferty in a planned adventurous reality television series Wild Life: A New Generation of Wild, for which he was an Executive Producer. The series pilot was filmed, but due to creative differences the series failed to find a network. The pilot eventually premiered online in May 2011 and can be seen on YouTube.
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