Alison Haislip

Battleground, Saturn Returns, The Nerdist, and The Morning After
Alison Haislip

From acting to hosting to hanging with ninjas, Alison Haislip has done it all.

Haislip can be seen as a series lead in Hulu’s first original series, Battleground, produced by Marc Webb, and she recently starred in the heartfelt indie film, Saturn Returns. She also hosted what was dubbed at the “Chelsea Lately” for nerds: Four Points, with Alex Albrecht on Chris Hardwick’s Nerdist Channel, and was Hardwick’s correspondent for his show The Nerdist on BBCA. She is also the correspondent for Zac Levi’s innovative company, The Nerd Machine, who has partnered with SPIKE this to cover all things geek, and cohosted Hulu’s daily show, The Morning After.

While Haislip is most well known from her past duties on G4’s Attack of the Show and American Ninja Warrior, she garnered a lot of attention when she took upon the innovative role of the first ever on-air Social Media Correspondent on NBC’s hit show The Voice during its first season.

Haislip’s other television credits include the coming season premiere of CBS’s NCIS, Showtime’s Shameless, TNT’s Franklin & Bash, MTV’s Zach Stone is Gonna be Famous, VH1’s I Hate My 30s and Comedy Central’s Reno 911!.

Some of Haislip’s film credits include Freshwater, Division III: Football’s Finest, The Donner Party, Wasted, and The Indian.

Alison is a New Jersey native who has been acting since she was 12, singing since she was 3, and defending her home state since birth.  In her spare time, she writes music on her red piano and frequently changes her hair color. She also won the “Showcase Showdown” on The Price Is Right.