An American in London, Haley Bishop is an experienced actor and producer from Los Angeles. Her love of film-making began while she was studying for her BA in Theatre from San Diego State University. After living and working in LA for a few years on successful productions such as NBC's The Voice, she traded in her sunny apartment and moved to London to attend the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama. In December, 2015 she graduated with her Masters in Acting for Screen.
This year, she starred in four short films and she was a cast member on Malibu Rum's Best Summer Ever Project in 2014. Haley's love for the silver screen has extended to both writing and producing, with her debut short film, GLOW, currently in the festival circuit.
Unique traits: MA Acting for Screen, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama UCB 301 Improv
Film (Short and Comedy) Production manager A group of super-fans break into the house of a faded 90s pop star.
Film (Short and Adventure) Actress When Elijah is diagnosed with cancer, his best friends are determined to ensure he sees the Northern Lights, no matter what it takes.
Roll Over Play Dead
Film (Short, Adventure, Comedy and Drama) Actress From living on the streets to being passed through the drug underground we can only hope that Rupert will make it back to his rightful owner.
We'll Meet Again
Film (Short and Drama) Actress London, 1941. Shattered by an air-raid, an evening of dancing - and the hope of love - is renewed in the bomb shelter.
Film (Action, Adventure and Drama) Actress Two teens, both dealing with a harsh home life, find solace in friendship. Lisa is a timid soul, sulking in the loss of her loving mother. Jenny is a tough girl from the streets of Los Angeles, dealing with the death of her father. When Lisa moves to LA, she meets Jenny and the two develop an unlikely bond. One thing they do have in common is perpetual abuse at home from their single parent. Through thick and thin, they have each other's backs around every corner from cheating boyfriends to street fights. But when even darker secrets are revealed in their lives, they realize that they need each other more than ever. Written by Antoine Mizel
Film (Short, Drama, Fantasy and Mystery) Actress Having friends over for dinner is different than having friends for dinner.
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Film (Comedy, Drama and Romance) Actress 'Overdue' is feature length dramatic comedy that uses humor to explore the impact your friends can have on your romantic relationships, both positively and negatively. Shot on a budget of next to nothing, the charm of the film is in it's well crafted dialog and focus on good story telling. It's not your typical low budget feature, it prides itself on entertaining the audience rather than trying to make a film shot for a couple of thousand dollars look like a million dollar movie. The humor is honest and sometimes crude, but beneath it all is a moral center and a story about learning how to accept the people you love for who they are, not what they've done. The story centers around an overweight male in his mid twenties who has to struggle with his own insecurities in order to win over the girl of his dreams. After winning the girl over he discovers something about her past that could ruin both his relationship with her and the relationship of him and his best friend. Written by Anonymous
Royal Central School Of Speech and Drama
San Diego State University (San Diego, CA)