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But on Saturday, the two actors were all smiles as they shared the stage for a Q&A on the second day of Eye Con’s “Return to Tree Hill” fan convention in Wilmington.
Even to some of the most hardcore fans, it might have come as shock to learn that Lenz and Johnasson are actually quite close in real life. “We talk almost every day and our kids play together.” Lenz went on to say that it was friendships like the one she shares with Paul that are the most meaningful thing she took away from her nine years on the show.
He would tell Schwahn he wanted to eat ice cream, and in nearly every scene, he’d be eating ice cream. To separate her from co-star Hilarie Burton (Peyton), Bethany Joy Lenz (Haley) was told she had to dye her blonde curls before starting to shoot One Tree Hill. Moira Kelly (Karen) found out she was pregnant after the pilot was shot, but Schwahn didn’t want to write the pregnancy into the show, so they used an array of props to hide her belly. Sheffer thought the way Keith died was “brilliant.” 11.
After so many years on the air, the “One Tree Hill“ set functions like a well-oiled machine, and rarely do members of the press factor into that.
"Father/Son time," Lafferty added to a snapshot of himself with Brundage.At first, it’s manageable — another local caf� owner, played by “Dancing With The Stars” alum Chelsea Kane, gives Brooke and Haley some not-so-friendly competition, and hijinks ensue.As any good “One Tree Hill” fan knows, Bethany Joy Lenz and Paul Johansson’s characters on the locally filmed series were almost always at odds.like being able to come back here and pick up right where we left off with people I haven’t seen in three to four years.” Johansson, meanwhile, took life lessons away from playing the villainous and possibly misunderstood Dan Scott.“Nine years of my life was playing a guy who was honestly just seeking redemption and to love his family even though he didn’t know how to do it,” he said. Like how not to be a dad.” Thanks to Johansson’s hijinks, the panel took on a zany tone that kept the audience laughing from beginning to end.