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In addition to her G4 "Attack of the Show" responsibilities, Alison Haislip will be taking on the innovative role of bridging the on-air experience of "The Voice" with an online experience tasked with bringing viewers closer to the competition. This will allow fans to experience the entire process of the competition through exclusive interviews, video, photos, news about the coaches and artists, and a live Twitter feed on the official website NBC.com/the-voice.
Haislip will instantly connect with fans via the show's social media handles concurrent with the show's broadcast and will invite them to engage with the artists throughout the entire competition. The use of the social media tools in building the artists' individual fan bases furthers the shows dedication to reflect the A&R process.
Haislip is a New Jersey native who has been acting since she was 12 and singing since she was three. She is theatrically trained as well and was a former Ford model, and has performed in numerous works ranging from films and television shows to music videos and plays.
Haislip can also be found on the second season of G4's "American Ninja Warrior." Her television credits include VH1's "I Hate My 30s" and Comedy Central's "Reno 911!" She also won the "Showcase Showdown" on "The Price Is Right."
Some of Haislip's film credits include: "The Donner Party" (starring Crispin Glover), "Wasted" (a 2006 Tribeca Film Festival selection starring Kip Pardue, Eddie K. Thomas, Josh Cooke, and Kaley Cuoco), "The Indian" (in which she stars opposite "Kyle XY" star Matt Dallas and which won Best Picture at the Cinema City International Film Festival), "Into the Arms of Strangers" (which received glowing reviews at the 2007 Dances with Films Festival), and "Indigo Hearts" (an official selection of the 2005 Beverly Hills Film Festival).
In her spare time, she writes music on her red piano and "eats too much ice cream."