One Tree Hill: 13 Minor Characters Who Stole The Show
There is a lot to be said about why the cast of One Tree Hill was so good. From perfect casting choices for each role, to excellent writing that formed and developed characters and their personalities, it’s easy to see why the show was so successful for nine seasons. One of the most underrated parts of the show, however, is that it also had one of the best supporting casts seen in a long time. Aside from the core group and the exception of the exit of Lucas and Peyton, there was a constant rotation of great characters added to the mix, either for certain storylines or as longtime guest stars. Fans of the show cannot deny that, as much it was easy to love Lucas, Nathan, Peyton, Brooke, Haley, Mouth, Karen, Deb, Dan and Keith, it was also very easy to love some of the more minor characters because they added so much with just their part. Check out 13 minor characters who stole the show on One Tree Hill.
13. Andy Hargrove
One Tree Hill had a lot of characters to keep track of as the adults and parents were just as important as the teens, which meant there were a couple important additions to that group as well. Although we could not get over the idea that Keith and Karen should be together, Kieren Hutchison as Andy Hargrove made it really hard to be on Team Keith. Andy was sexy, charming, smart and kind and, to top it all off, he challenged Dan Scott unlike many had the guts to do and, although he gets deported by Dan, which leaves room for Keith and Karen to actually happen, he was greatly missed. He had some great lines, “I thought you were 6, not 6’1,” made Karen’s storyline very interesting and it was very exciting to see him back, along with Karen and Lily, for Lucas and Lindsay’s wedding in Season 5.
12. Emily “Jules” Chambers
In between their great love, Keith Scott also got very serious with someone else, a character which ended up providing a major storyline for the show for 11 episodes in Season 2. Maria Menounos played Emily Chambers who we all knew as Jules after she was paid by Dan to seduce Keith and break his heart. Regardless of the intentions of her character, it was hard not to like her and she and Keith seemed like the perfect match. Her chemistry with Keith and the believability of her character had audiences drawn to her during her time on the show and left many wondering if there was any way to keep the character around longer.