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Hilary Duff Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Boyfriend, Height

Hilary Duff Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Boyfriend, Height

Hilary Erhard Duff is an American singer, songwriter, designer, producer, author as well actress. Duff is famous for the bubbly Disney Channel’s Lizzie McGuire on the series Lizzie McGuire from 2001 to 2004.

Hilary Duff was born on 28 September 1987, in Houston, Texas, United States.  As of 2019, her age is 32 years old with birth sign Libra. She was born to parents Susan Colleen Duff (mother) and (father) Robert Duff. Hilary has a sister, Haylie Duff who is also an American actress, singer, songwriter, television host, writer, and fashion designer.

Hilary holds an American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity (German, English, Scottish, Scots-Irish/Northern Irish, Welsh, French). She attended Harvard Extension School. Later, she attended several acting and dancing training as well.

A career as an Actresses

Hilary and her sisters tried their luck as an actress and model. Initially, her sister Hilary appeared in several television commercials and modeled for various clothing brands. In 2003, Hilary reprised her role as the titular character in the movie spin-off of the Lizzie McGuire series which has the same title, and her breakthrough led to more success.

Some of the best appearances Hilary was her lead roles in top movies like Agent Cody Banks (2003), A Cinderella Story (2004), and Cheaper by the Dozen 1&2 (2003 and 2005). She also played in indie films like War, Inc. in 2008, According to Greta in 2009. Later on, she appeared in Bloodworth in the year 2010.

Hilary played on the TV Land comedy-drama series Younger as a Kelsey Peters which began in 2015 scored her nominations for People’s Choice Awards twice – 2016 and 2017. She had appearances in such films as The Haunting of Sharon Tate in 2018 and also in the television series The Talk (2016–2017). She had enjoyed tremendous success in her music exploits just like her acting career.

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Caption: Hilary Duff with her sister

Hilary studio album titled

Hilary debuted with the Christmas-themed studio album titled Santa Claus Lane (2002) to rave review. Her subsequent albums were certified platinum and gold. Her albums are Metamorphosis  (2003), Hilary Duff (2004), Most Wanted (2005), as well as Dignity (2007). After a long hiatus, she signed with RCA Records. Through the label, she released her next album in 2015 titled Breathe In. Breathe Out.

In 2002 her debut has sold at least 15 million records. As an author, Hilary co-authored a trilogy of novels that started with Elixir in 2010, a New York Times bestseller with Devoted (2011) and True (2013) as the sequels. Duff also excelled in fashion with labels like Stuff by Duff, Femme for DKNY, and The Muse x Hilary Duff collection to her credit.

What is the Net Worth and Salary of Hilary Duff?

Hilary Duff has earned a huge amount of money throughout his career. She has an estimated net worth of around $25 million but her salary is not revealed yet.

Duff has continued to work in movies, music, and TV, including “Gossip Girl” in 2009 and “Younger” from 2015 to 2017. Hilary Duff received a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie or Pilot (Supporting Young Actress) for television film ‘The Soul Collector’. She also won a Teen Choice Award for Best Female Scene Stealer for her appearance on ‘Gossip Girl’ in 2010.

Who is Hilary Duff’s Husband?

Talking about her personal life, Hilary was once a married woman. She married Mike Comrie who is a Canadian retired professional ice hockey player. Before getting married she had dated a lot of men including Aaron Carter, Joel Madden, etc. The couple got married in August 2010.

The married couple was blessed with a son Luca Cruz Comrie, in March 2012 and a daughter born in 2018 Banks Violet Bair. Later on, in 2014 Hilary Duff and Comrie separated, continuing to co-parent their son until February 2015, when Hilary filed for divorce. Finally, their divorce was finalized in February 2016. She also involved in a lot of philanthropic activities.

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Caption: Hilary Duff with her boyfriend

Hilary had supported various charitable institutions and NGOs. Duff is a strong animal rights activist and supporter of various kids’ campaigns. Currently, she is dating Matthew Koma who is an American singer, songwriter, DJ, and record producer. Furthermore, there is not much information about her current affairs and relationship.

What is the height and height of Hilary Duff?

Hilary has a slim body and a curved figure. She stands at a height of 5 feet 2 inches with a bodyweight of 55kg. She has a pair of eyes with a light brown color and dyed blonde hair color. Furthermore, her body measurements are 34-27-34 inches with bra size 32B, shoe size 6US, and dress size 8US.

Facts of Hilary Duff Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Boyfriend, Height

Full NameHilary Duff
Net Worth$25 Million
Date Of BirthSeptember 28, 1987
Age 34 years 8 months
Horoscope Libra
Place Of BirthHouston, Texas, United States
Height1.57 m,
ProfessionSinger, Actor, Songwriter, Entrepreneur, Film Producer, Author, Model, Voice Actor, Singer-songwriter
EducationHarvard Extension School, Harvard Extension School
SpouseMike Comrie (m. 2010-2016)
ChildrenLuca Cruz Comrie, Banks Violet Bair
ParentsSusan Colleen Duff, Robert Duff
SiblingsHaylie Duff
NicknamesHillary Duff , Hil , Hilary Erhard Duff , Duff, Hilary
TwitterHilary Duff Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Boyfriend, Height Twitter
AwardsYoung Artist Award for “Best Performance in a TV Movie or Pilot (Supporting Young Actress)
Record LabelsHollywood Records
NominationsPeople's Choice Award for Favorite Cable TV Actress, MTV Video Music Award for Best Pop Video, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie: Liplock, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actress: Comedy, Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Actress – Comedy, Kids' Choice Award for Favorite TV Actress, Teen Choice ...
Movies"The Lizzie McGuire", "Sex and the City (Younger)", "A Cinderella Story" (2004), “The Lizzie McGuire Movie”
TV Shows"The Lizzie McGuire"

Quotes of Hilary Duff Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Boyfriend, Height

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1 [on motherhood] It's really wonderful. There are no words to describe it. I mean, to say "It's wonderful" sounds minuscule. When you get to see your baby for the first time, and they put him on your chest, and you're looking into each other's eyes, this feeling just washes over you and there are really no words. You know the first two weeks I was just on a high. I was going, going, going. And then after that, exhaustion set in. So that was tough. The advice people gave me was to sleep when your baby's sleeping and I didn't do it in the beginning. Once I got exhausted I thought, "Okay, I understand what they mean."
2 [when asked if she would let her son, Luca, go into the industry] I'd say, "Are you sure?" My sister and I said that same thing to my mom, and she encouraged us. I'm so happy she did, and I would not change my life for anything. But it's tough, and it's totally different than it used to be. I am even scared of [Luca] growing up getting his picture taken all the time and feeling different. I saw a rag magazine the other day--I was having my hair done or something--and the headline said, "Who Wore It Better?" and the photo showed Suri Cruise and so-and-so's kid. They had the same dress on, and [this magazine] put these kids up against each other. I'm just thinking that this is sickening. Now that I'm a mom and I have a child, I can't imagine. It's not right.
3 [on being a young mother] The only thing that's hard is that I don't have a lot of people my age who have babies. So I'm at a totally different spot than a lot of my friends. But they're all very excited about hanging out with Luca. You've asked me a tough question, because I don't really know what the alternative is. I do have a lot of energy, I feel great, and I had a really easy pregnancy. I want to have more kids and I'm looking forward to doing that, but I'm not in any rush. I think sometimes maybe if you start a little later you're in a hurry to get all the kids you want, and I have a little time to spread that out.
4 I try not to wear like sunglasses because if you wear sunglasses, if you see someone who walks into the room with sunglasses, aren't you going to look at them and think, "Who's hiding under there?" So why would you do that?
5 When I'm on tour, I'm in a new city every single night, and the energy and the crowds and the kids and the screaming and them knowing every single word of my music and being onstage is such an energetic feeling with a big payoff.
6 You can be edgy without showing off your boobs.
7 I want people to pay attention to my work because I work really hard and I work all the time and my personal life should be my personal life, so I don't necessarily want to go to all the places that I know I'm going to get photographed or I know there are going to be people staring at me.
8 [on her character in War, Inc. (2008)] Not only am I [cursing], but I'm smoking, letting boys put their hands on me. The character was a bit vulgar. I don't think using the "F" word would have bothered me if I had said it once or twice, but it's throughout the whole movie. But I'm just acting. A lot of people didn't want to give me a chance for a long time, because I was doing movies where I was nice, and I was still a kid. But that put me in a box, and people didn't want to take a chance on me. When I got this script, I flipped over it. I felt, "I need this, I want this." It was great just getting to play a character that was so out there and crazy.
9 [on her song "Come Clean"] "Come Clean " is obviously about a boy and a girl's relationship and it's just talking about how somebody thinks they're in the dark. She's tired of it and he's tired of it and they're coming clean, whether it means they're gonna be together or not. They're laying all the cards out on the table and coming out with everything that hasn't been said basically. The video really shows that she's kind of in this monotone mood throughout the whole thing. She doesn't show too much emotion except that she's waiting for this boy, this guy, to come. You can't tell when they're running toward each other if they're gonna kiss or they're gonna hug or they're gonna hit each other. It's a bunch of different emotions.
10 [on her second album, which was self-titled] On the second album I worked with a lot of people that I worked with on the "Metamorphosis" album. And when I worked on "Metamorphosis" I was so nervous and shy about going into the studio and working with people, they eventually toward the end made me feel so comfortable and so secure with myself. I loved working with them. I have a great relationship with them. I talk to them [all the time]. When we started talking about the second album, I was like, "I want to work with all the same people." They knew what was going on in my life, what I was going through. I would call them and say, "I feel like this right now. I want a song about this . . . ". I never really felt like I had enough time to write my whole album and I don't know if I'm secure enough with myself to do that. But I wrote three songs on the album, one I wrote with my sister [Haylie Duff]. It's so personal and these people really got what I was going through and how I feel inside. I think that's what makes it good and that's what makes me relate to them.
11 [announcing her pregnancy on her official website on August 14, 2011] This weekend, Mike [husband Mike Comrie] and I are celebrating our one-year anniversary. I can't believe it has already been a year, time really flies when you're having fun. We also want to share the exciting news that baby makes three. We are extremely happy and ready to start this new chapter of our lives. Thanks to everyone for the continued love and support throughout the years!
12 [on her role in Raise Your Voice (2004)] People have been asking me today what the most challenging part of the movie was, and it wasn't the crying scenes. I think that's much easier than trying to make people laugh. Crying on command is not that difficult. But the parts that were harder for me were after the tragedy happens to Terri in her life, it's kind of like just like a closed-off, numb feeling. She doesn't feel any emotion, no happiness, no sadness. She's kind of nothing. That was the hardest thing for me. And then going to the school and feeling like the outsider, I kind of learned how to do that a lot with Lizzie McGuire (2001) because she was the dork that didn't really fit in. And everybody kind of made Terri feel very unwelcome at the school at first.
13 I think I'm happy with who I am. I don't know if I learned that from other girls or just people in general. It's hard to stay true to yourself and what you want in life when there are so many distractions and so much craziness going on around you. Living in L.A. is pretty damn hard. But I feel like I can be alone with myself at the end of the day and that makes me really satisfied.
14 My relationship with my mom is so amazing. We never got to have that stage that people go through, like when you're 13 and you think you're too cool for your parents. When you're embarrassed by them and stuff. We never went through that because I was constantly working and she constantly had to be there. We just because best friends. I tell her everything. She's really my role model and my inspiration. She's such a good person and such a strong person. A lot of people give her flack for being strong and being smart, but I think I envy that in her.
15 I knew I wanted to act, and I was really driven, so I kept going for it. We moved to L.A. full-time when I was 8 or 9.
16 Lots of girls like really smooth-talking guys, but I like the ones who are really nervous to come up to you and a little shy. They're probably the nicest ones.
17 [on her debut album, "Metamorphosis"] The album is titled "Metamorphosis" because I thought it was a good way to express my experiences in this ever-changing world.
18 [on her fans accepting her image as she grows older and takes on mature projects] I don't want to restrict myself from doing things that stimulate me just to make them happy. If they continue to like me, that's cool, but I don't want to cater to them. I'm not 13, 14, or 15 anymore.
19 I can't really act the way I want to act, or say what I want to say all the time. And a lot of times, I cover that up with a smile.
20 I have a little bitch in me.
21 [about the comments that Faye Dunaway made criticizing her acting skills] I think it was a little unnecessary but I might be mad if I looked like that now, too.
22 I'm not a perfect, prude girl. I like to do normal things that 20-year-olds do. But as good as it is for the rest of the world to watch people fall apart, it's not a respectable way to be talked about. I don't want that attention. If I can't get any from what I'm doing now, I'll figure out a different plan.
23 I went into labor at about 1:00 in the morning and I very calmly had my bags packed and woke my husband up after about three hours of walking up and down my hallway. Then I'm like, "OK, it's time to go, let's go now". I'm like. "Call my mom. call my sister." You know, get them all in here! Things start rolling. All of a sudden the doors bust open and my sister and my mom come flying in and they're like, "We got BBQ chips and root beer, guys." I'm pushing and they were just arriving for a show with their chips and their root beer!
24 [on gaining weight during her pregnancy] My whole life I've worked out and exercised and been in the public eye and always kind of watched what I ate. And this was like a free pass and it was a blast. I am working out and I'm trying and I'm trying not to [obsess]. Everyone wants their body back, but all in time. It took nine months to get there and so hopefully, it won't take that long to get it off, but I'm doing it slowly.
25 I've met Justin Timberlake and Britney Spears a few times, but it's not like they've said, "Here, sit down, listen to me kid."
26 [on working with John Cusack and Ben Kingsley in War, Inc. (2008)] John was fantastic and just really gave us room to play on set. He wasn't one of those "Hurry, hurry, we've got to get it done now" types. He's a big believer in going into it until it feels right. It was a great all-around experience and also acting-wise I'd never worked like that before. And also we worked with Ben Kingsley, which was fantastic. I only had one scene with him, but it's hard to take your eyes off him. He's so talented. The other thing that's made it easy for me is going on tour so many times and having to sing in front of people. You don't have a second to hold back. You have to step on the stage at that moment. It prepares you for throwing yourself into something fast and not thinking too much about it before you do it. And that goes for getting ready to start a really challenging scene or working with someone who might intimidate you.
27 [on being in gossip magazines] I'm not scandalous. I think it's actually embarrassing to be in those, yet some people will do anything to be in those magazines. I'm happy with who I am, and I'm happy with the way people portray me. If it's too normal, then that's their opinion. I go out to clubs sometimes, but I have a totally separate group of friends outside the business, friends who are not actors, and we go out, but we also know there's a front door and a back door, and there's one you don't get seen at. And I don't mean that in a mean way.
28 [on taking on roles that are edgier or darker than what people might perceive to be in her comfort zone] Sometimes people don't think I can do the movies that maybe I could. I still fight for projects, and I don't get everything that I want. It's tough to convince people that I'm other things than just making people laugh. But I love romantic comedies, I would love to do more. They're not always easy. They are some of my favorite movies.
29 I know I can handle dramatic roles, but I don't think I should have to play a young mother on crack to prove it.
30 [about her sex life] You know what? I was quoted [June 2006 interview in "Elle" magazine] saying I was a virgin, but I absolutely did not say that. That's nobody's business but my own.
31 [about her weight loss during her late teen years] I did get skinny, I've felt that pressure like everyone else in my position. When a newspaper comes out that says "Duff Puff - she must have gained 15 pounds" or something like that, how would any normal person react? I do worry about what I look like but I'm not going to let it control my life.
32 [on whether there is any rivalry with older sister Haylie Duff] There's not. People always want to expect that, but we're so focused on what we're doing individually, that that's the last thing that happens.
33 [on working with the charity Blessings in a Backpack, which provides food to kids to eat after school and on the weekends] I like to donate my time and feed people and make a difference and help people that aren't as fortunate as me. You come to the school and it makes it all real, you get to see the people that are taking the food home this weekend and are getting to feed their brothers and sisters at home.
34 [on ex-boyfriend Joel Madden in the August 2007 edition of Seventeen magazine] All of the going out he did after we broke up sort of shocked me. That's just so out of character for him, and when we were together, he hated stuff like that, so I felt like I didn't really know him as well as I thought I did. I still want the cookie-cutter American dream--to get married, have kids, and have a house with a picket fence. I still believe that marriage can work.
35 [on her album "Dignity"] The record is really like a dance record. I did the record when I was having things with my family and was with someone and then not with someone so it is very personal. Dignity is something you just don't have. It's something that you have to work on. I feel like I have it a little--something that I've always had and strive to have.
36 [on her dialect and dropping a live scorpion down her pants for War, Inc. (2008)] The first time I talked to John Cusack, he said, "You know, you have to have an accent." The character is an Eastern European pop star. I didn't even know where to begin. But the fun thing is, this place doesn't even exist. Turaqistan is not a real country. So I played around and mixed a lot of things together! I talked in that accent as much as I could, even to my family and friends! I grew up in Texas, and we had plenty of scorpions, but I never had to put one down my pants before. And my pants weren't that baggy, so I couldn't get any space. I did it a couple times with it going down my leg and it was terrifying. The little thing kept doing back bends because it obviously didn't want to go in my pants. Everyone on the set was cheering! It's off the wall and nuts and really smart and controversial and really proves the point. And I was so excited about it, like, "Gosh, can I do this? I don't know if I can do this!" Because you know what, when people won't take a chance on you, you have no confidence.
37 I walked into a mall one day and was mobbed by people. And I just remember feeling really different than everyone else. I felt really loved. But it was weird at the same time. I don't necessarily like to walk into a place and be recognized.
38 [on taking the part of starlet Olivia Burke on Gossip Girl (2007)] I was a little hesitant. It was kind of close to home, then I realized, I would never say something [that Olivia says] like, Oh, this is just for the cameras. I think that's what makes me so different from some of the other people my age. It seemed for a time there were people who hated each other and I knew they hated each other but they were in pictures together all the time, smiling and throwing their arms around each other. I was like, You're in the same business I am how can you do that and feel okay I so wouldn't do that.
39 My mom is rad. I feel I'm so much like her. I don't know if it's wrong to drop an "F" bomb in the same sentence as your mother, but I'm so fucking lucky to have my mom. She's just taught me so much and given me so much, and she has such an open heart.
40 [on why she wanted to take the role in Bloodworth (2010)] Obviously, I hope people see it and think I did a good job in it, and see me in a different way than how they've watched me grow up, which is more lighthearted films. It is different in that I think every actor is looking for a challenge and to play something different, and to be a part of a project with other great actors. It was a great experience, and I think I've been trying to choose roles like that on purpose. I didn't find it easy to identify with her [the character of Raven Lee Halfacre], but I grew up in Texas and we had a house in the hill country that we'd go to often, and it was really deep into the country, and we had a few friends there growing up that were caretakers of our property, and I actually used them a lot for inspiration because they just had such a quiet life. The town was pretty incestuous - just back roads country stuff. I didn't relate to it, but I felt like I had some things to draw off of. The accent came pretty easy, and being where we had to be to film it really took you there fast because you were imagining that this was your life, how hard it would be.
41 People talk worse about people than they talk good about people, because a lot of people like drama. People are going to say what they want to say and think what they want to think, and I can't change their minds.
42 [on her first pregnancy] Everybody else says it's a girl, but I think it's a boy. I'd be happy with a girl, but my sister's like, "You can't keep saying that, because then when it's a girl, everybody's gonna be like, you really wanted a boy!" I don't care what I get, but every time I think about it or dream about it, I see a boy. I haven't gotten sick at all and I don't have too many cravings. It's so different. It's literally like an alien has taken over your body. One day I'll have a good day, and one day I'll have a bad day, and it kinda goes like that.
43 It sounds cheesy but I think my life's kinda like a fairy tale. I worked really hard, but I'm very, very lucky, too. I'm just 16 and I've done so many amazing things. I travel the world, I have fans who support me and I get to do what I love--make movies, sing and really be myself. I have a beautiful family, a great support system and wonderful friends--and I go shopping every week! I'm so lucky, but it's not necessarily like A Cinderella Story (2004).
44 [Dealing with mean girls in school] I switched schools in the middle of second grade, and it was tough because I had to go right into a new school where I didn't know anybody. I made friends eventually, but then when I started acting in California, a lot of those people were really mean to me. I'd go to school, and they'd be like "Well, haven't you booked anything yet?" It was embarrassing. They just didn't understand how hard it was and that things don't just happen overnight.
45 I think girls feel like they're not cool unless they have a boyfriend or they don't feel comfortable or happy with themselves--that's not true! You gotta be independent! You gotta show the power!
46 [on helping the victims of Hurricane Katrina] It is heartbreaking to see the devastation on TV. People are missing family members and they have absolutely nothing left, not even food or water. I want to do everything I can to help those who have survived to help rebuild their lives.
47 [on her short relationship and break-up with Aaron Carter] He was my first real boyfriend and we really were in love, but we were, like, 14! Who cares?!
48 I don't think the Disney Channel gives us enough credit for the age range Lizzie McGuire (2001) actually has. College students come up to me, grandparents, famous people. It's really funny.
49 I love doing emotional scenes. As I've had a perfect life I don't really have much to pull from. But it's really fun and not that challenging. It's almost pretty easy. The hardest thing is to try and make people laugh. That's a really hard thing.
50 We're still a very tight-knit family, even though we live apart a lot. And now [sister Haylie Duff] and I get to work together more and more. We're really close.
51 As a child I was shy. [Sister Haylie Duff] would be the one to go up and talk to people.
52 Every week I read about myself in a magazine, about something that I haven't done or some place that I've never been or don't even know. It's just gossip, rumors, egos, and politics.
53 I think ambition can be having something that you're good at and love to do.
54 Mom always tells me to celebrate everyone's uniqueness. I like the way that sounds.
55 [on her work for the charity Kids With a Cause] We raise so much money for hospitals, but it's not just about that. Anybody can come up with a bunch of money to give to somebody. It's about going to a hospital and hanging out with the kids and dancing and singing with them or giving underprivileged kids a chance to go to a theme park for a day or rebuilding a playground. I love it so much. It's really gratifying.
56 In high school, kids deal with such harsh things that people don't realize can really affect their entire lives. They are so interested in getting the boyfriends and wearing low-cut shirts so the boys will like them. That shouldn't be their goal. They shouldn't do things for other people, they should do things if they have dreams of their own and really work hard for that.
57 My sister [Haylie Duff] and I are best friends and we get along so well. She is so talented and inspiring to me. She's my role model.
58 [on her life and career] It's crazy and so surreal. I feel like such a normal person, yet everybody around the world knows my music, my movie, my name and my face. It's crazy sometimes, but I'm so flattered. It's a good feeling.
59 I love my mom. I totally look up to her, and she just doesn't let anybody take advantage of me. People might call that a stage mom.
60 I love clothes. I can't control myself. I have a huge fetish for shoes and clothes and make-up. I'm the kind of person who doesn't like to wear things over and over again.

Quick Facts of Hilary Duff Wiki, Age, Net Worth, Husband, Kids, Boyfriend, Height

# Fact
1 $2,000,000
2 $2,000,000
3 $2,000,000
4 $2,000,000
5 $2,200,000
6 $1,000,000
7 $1,000,000
8 $500,000
9 $15,000 per episode
10 Released her new album 'Breathe in, Breathe Out' [June,2015].
11 Filed for divorce from her husband of 4 years Mike Comrie following a year long separation. [February 2015]
12 Gave birth to her 1st child at age 24, a son named Luca Cruz Comrie on March 20, 2012. Child's father is her now ex-husband, Mike Comrie.
13 Is promoting her new ablum called, "Most Wanted". [October 2005]
14 Planning to go out on tour to promote her second album, she has also announced that the second single from that album will be "Someone's Watching Over Me", and she is still shooting the movie Material Girls (2006). [February 2005]
15 Touring the United States and performing songs from her album "Metamorphosis". [July 2004]
16 Just wrapped War, Inc. (2008). Currently putting the finishing touches on her new album, which is due out in April. Promoting best selling scent "With Love" and working on "Stuff By Duff" line. [December 2006]
17 Best friends with Alanna Masterson.
18 She is hosting The Teen Choice Awards 2007 (2007) with Rob Schneider and has finished filming Material Girls (2006). [August 2005]
19 Filming The Perfect Man (2005) in Toronto, Canada. [April 2004]
20 Filming Raise Your Voice (2004) in Los Angeles, USA. [January 2004]
21 Finishing her tour in Australia and getting ready for her tour in Canada in January 2006. [December 2005]
22 Has finished filming Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005) and is still filming Foodfight! (2012). [September 2005]
23 Performing in radio station concerts, next month she will shoot the comedy Material Girls (2006) with sister Haylie Duff. [December 2004]
24 Touring in small venues throughout the USA. [November 2003]
25 On a promotion trip trough Europe, Japan and Australia. [October 2003]
26 Attended the launch of the T-Mobile Sidekick 3 with big sister, Haylie Duff. [July 2006]
27 Filming The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003) in Rome, Italy. [October 2002]
28 Currently enrolled at the Harvard Extension School with her sister and fellow actress/singer Haylie Duff, taking on-line classes and traveling with tutors. [February 2005]
29 Filming Agent Cody Banks (2003) in Vancouver, Canada. [May 2002]
30 Filming A Cinderella Story (2004) in Los Angeles, USA. [June 2003]
31 Promoting her upcoming album "Metamorphosis" in Toronto, Canada. [May 2003]
32 Is promoting her new album in the UK. [October 2005]
33 Beginning tour again, starting in the Dodge Arena, Hildalgo, Texas, on March 4th 2005 [March 2005]
34 Filming Cheaper by the Dozen (2003) in Los Angeles, USA. [March 2003]
35 Filming the music video for her upcoming single "So Yesterday". [June 2003]
36 On her "Still Wanted Tour" while filming Material Girls (2006), Cheaper by the Dozen 2 (2005), Foodfight! (2012) and "Wake Up" music video. [June 2005]
37 Currently recording a track that will "feature as the lead single for her upcoming film, Material Girls (2006), with her sister actress/singer Haylie, and an album project appropriately-titled "Material Girls". [April 2005]
38 Recording her single "Why Not". [January 2003]
39 Started her European Concert Tour. [May 2006]
40 Duff and her ex-husband, Mike Comrie, are family friends of former NHL hockey player, Ethan Moreau, and his family.
41 Returned to work 10 months after giving birth to her son Luca in order to begin filming her guest appearance on Raising Hope (2010).
42 Has her own Barbie doll.
43 Was ranked at #40 on the 2011 Maxim list of "Hot 100" women.
44 Released her debut young adult novel, Elixir, on October 12, 2010. The book also reached the New York Times' Best Sellers List.

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