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Find below information about music videos that Shiri has appeared in.

2004 – “I Don’t Want to Be” by Gavin DeGraw

Music Video Facts

  • Album: Chariot
  • Label: J Records
  • Release date: 2004
  • Directed by Marc Webb.
  • “I Don’t Want to Be” became one of the most successful Gavin DeGraw singles and launched his career like a meteor. In 2003, producers chose “I Don’t Want To Be,” by a then unknown singer-songwriter from upstate New York named Gavin DeGraw, as the theme music to the WB (now the CW) teen drama “One Tree Hill”, season 1-4. He has written that song in reaction to the identity crisis of the American teenager. In March 2004 Shiri Appleby was featured in the music video, opposite Scott Mechlowicz as well as Mackenzie Rosman.

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2001 – “Save Yourself” by Sense Field

Music Video Facts

  • Album: Tonight and Forever
  • Release date: 2001
  • Label: Nettwerk Records
  • In the music video Shiri Appleby plays a character who meets a secret admirer at a Sense Field show. Sense Field’s “Save Yourself” is the first single and video from the Roswell soundtrack. The song was featured in episode #314 Chant Down Babylon in Roswell. Former Sense Field lead singer Jon Bunch admitted: “I like the show not because of our affiliation to the soundtrack, but because it’s better than most of the other shows targeted to the same audience,” and “It was also nice to have someone affilated with the show be in the video, because it just added to the story.” Sense Field disbanded in January 2004 at the culmination of a world tour in support of their fifth and final album.

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2000 – “It’s My Life” by Bon Jovi

Music Video Facts

  • Album: Crush
  • Release date: 2000
  • Label: Island
  • Directed by Wayne Isham.
  • “It’s My Life” is Bon Jovi’s first single from the album Crush. It was released on May 23, 2000. Will Estes as Tommy and Shiri Appleby as Gina are the two main characters, as it says in the lyrics “for Tommy and Gina, who never back down”. That line refers to Tommy and Gina, a fictional working class couple that Bon Jovi and Sambora first wrote about in the 1986 classic “Livin’ on a Prayer.” At the beginning, Tommy is watching a video of the concert on his computer. Gina calls and during the whole video, Tommy is running to the Bon Jovi concert to meet up with her. The video was inspired by the movie Run Lola Run. During the shooting Jon Bon Jovi revealed “Shiri is a talented up-and-coming actor.”
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