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The California native plays Jimmy Adams in the movie, a financier who switches gears and becomes a waiter at a local diner.
Lafferty, who says that the dramatic comedy redefines what success can mean, was game to carry the film.
She arrives to find he has died and left half the practice to her in his will.
This series follows the eventful lives of some high-school kids in Tree Hill, a small but not too quiet town in North Carolina, where the greatest source of pride is the high school basketball team, the Ravens, since living memory coached by old Whitey Durham.
The singer's song "I Don't Want to Be" was the show's theme song. "Not too long ago, I was in Odon, Indianapolis, and I went into a sports bar, and a couple of people recognized me from ' One Tree Hill.' I took a picture and then, probably, like, five minutes later somebody put on ' I Don't Want to Be' by Gavin De Graw," he adds, laughing.
"The manager came up to me and was like, ' Sorry, man.' I was like, ' It's fine — at least it's a good song!
"If I am ever going to get the chance to prove that I can do this, it is right here, its right now, with this project," he tells Us.
I just thought that was pretty cool, so I nabbed those, and I still have those till this day. It was powerful when Keith died in the school shooting episode. I think we all sort of felt genuinely sad that Keith was gone because we loved that character so much, as well. US: Who from the cast have you remained close with? We hang out all the time, and we lived together while we were out there [in Wilmington] for a little bit. And I'm definitely grateful to the show for a lot of things, but staying in touch with Stephen is definitely one of them. JL: I genuinely don't know because in One Tree Hill, you never know. Waffle Street, based on a true story, is now on digital HD and on demand.
I think it also woke fans up to how the show can be and how emotionally resonating the show can be. I mean, I could've never told you that I'd come back from — in season 4, going into season 5 — being in a wheelchair.
Also, Davis is the third child to follow the Tree Hill tradition of naming a first-born child with their mother's maiden name.
The first being James "Jamie" Scott and the second being Sawyer Scott.