A California native, Aimee Teegarden began her acting career at just 10 years old. When she was 16, she was cast in her first television series on the Emmy-nominated “Friday Night Lights” playing Julie Taylor, the elder daughter of a high school head football coach (Kyle Chandler) and a high school guidance counselor (Connie Britton).
Most recently, Teegarden starred on the ABC series, “Notorious,” opposite Daniel Sunjata and Piper Perabo. In 2014, she starred in the science fiction romantic drama series for The CW, “Star-Crossed.” She can also be seen in the Paramount film Rings as well as the independent film "Bakery in Brooklyn." Her previous film credits include "Scream 4," "Love and Honor" and "Disney’s Prom."
Teegarden is an avid fitness enthusiast, competing in the 2016 Chicago Spartan Race and running a half marathon with Team Nike. She is also on the host committee of the ocean conservation organization Oceana, and an advocate for No-Kill Los Angeles (NKLA), an initiative of the Best Friends Animal Society to end the overpopulation of dogs and cats in LA city shelters.