‘Actress. Host. Funny Person.’ This is how Alison Haislip describes herself on the main page of her official website. Known for her contribution to well-known shows such as “Attack of the Show” and “The Voice”, the actress, correspondent and producer ‘has done it all’, as they say on the About section of the page. Find out in the followings why she is appreciated in the TV and film world, and whether her personal life is at least as successful as the professional one.
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She was born in Tewksbury Township, New Jersey on 6 February 1981, in a normal American family and showed her artistic talent from childhood. She was already singing when she was only three years old, and at the age of 12 discovered another big passion – acting. No information is available about her parents and siblings, but she reportedly attended Voorhees High School in New Jersey. She then continued her academic development at Boston College, from where she graduated with honors specializing in theatre. Because her ambition and expectancies were high enough, she continued improving her acting skills at the British American Drama Academy in London, England, and after finishing this last course, moved to Los Angeles to begin her acting career.
Beginning of the acting career
It is never easy to begin a new life and constantly work to achieve success. However, Alison made herself known in the film industry starting in 2004, when she had her first acting role in “Coffee”. This was followed by some other minor roles in movies, including “Hotties” (2004), “Believers Among Us” (2005), “Indigo Hearts” (2005), and ‘Wasted” (2006).
At that time she was also working at Third Stop as a bartender to make a living, and wondering what life would be preparing for her.
Coincidentally, the patron of the place she was working in was a G4 employee, and he recommended her to try entering the television world, because she would do a great job – this helped her become a G4 employee in October 2007. Her first project at this TV channel was “Attack of the Show!”, in which she worked part-time as a correspondent. In 2008 she hosted “The Feed”, and from 2009 to 2011 co-hosted the “American Ninja Warrior” show with Blair Herter. She also contributed from behind the scenes to a series of other TV shows, including being a reporter for “BattleBots” in the sixth and seventh season.
Parallel to her work in the studio, she wanted to be closer to her G4 fans, and in September 2008 started to update them with everything she was doing through short five-six minutes long vlogs. She approached a lot of themes in them, and sometimes even had guests.
A new beginning at NBC
In the beginning of Spring 2011, Alison announced that she was leaving G4 for NBC, and more importantly, was going to be part of the ”The Voice” production team. During the first season of the show, she was the Twitter and backstage correspondent from the V Room, where she could talk with competitors, feel their emotions, and share them with the others. Unfortunately, in the following season her place was taken by Christina Milian.
In NBC years she was also a host for “The Morning After” ‘til 2014. Another longtime project of hers was the series “The Science of Doctor Who” in which she was a commentator. Whether it was the season “Best of the Doctor” (2011), “Best of the Christmas Specials” (2011), “The Women of Doctor Who” (2012) or the last The Destinations of Doctor Who (2012), her pleasant voice made the series interesting for everyone.
— alisonhaislip (@alisonhaislip) June 27, 2019
Because the screen liked her, she tried her luck and skills in filmography, too. Her debut was early in her life, back in 2004, playing Jane in the indie film “Coffee”. It was followed by minor roles in “Hotties” (2004), “Believers Among Us” (2005), and “Into the Arms of Strangers” (2007). The year 2009 was the year of an interesting project, as she appeared in three short movies – “New Moongasm – A New Moon Parody”, “Hi. I’m Joel Rush.”, and “Love Automatically”, the latter being also directed by her.
Despite changing channels in 2011, she didn’t pause her acting career, and portrayed Jennifer in “Division III: Football’s Finest” (2011), Amanda in “Waking” (2013) and Martha Wayne in “Untitled Movie Theater Project” in both movies from 2011 and 2014.
Among her latest projects are “Dead Night” (2017), “The Baby Moon” (2017), and “Chatter” (2018).
When it comes to telling about her personal life and romantic relationships, Alison is always very secretive. There are no reported relationships she has had, however, earlier this year she mysteriously mentioned her boyfriend in a tweet, saying ‘My boyfriend, who does not watch football, just Googled “NFL cup” to look up the score of the Super Bowl. #SuperBowl’. From February 3, when this message was posted, no other details about her relationship have been given to the media.
Alison still lives in Los Angeles.