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Name: Leisha Hailey
Birthday: 11th July, 1971
Hometown: Bellevue, Nebraska (born in Okinawa, Japan)
Attended: American Academy of Dramatic Arts

Music background:
After graduating from the Academy Hailey decided to move into more musical pursuits and, joining with a former classmate, she formed the rock duo The Murmurs. Together the two played a number of gigs in smaller venues in New York City, and they eventually moved to Los Angeles. During this time they released three albums and, gaining in prominence, contributed to several movie soundtracks and toured with Lilith Fair. Their biggest album Blender included a collaboration with Charlotte Caffey and Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Gos. By 2001 Hailey and Grody changed the name of their duo to Gush. They released a self-titled album available only at shows.

TV/Movie background:
The L Word (2004-2009) – Alice Pieszecki

American Dad! (2007) – Lily
– ‘Surro-Gate’ (Season 3, Episode 7)

La Cucina (2007) – Shelly

Grey’s Anatomy (2006) – Claire Solomon
– ‘Break on Through’ (Season 2, Episode 15)

CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2006) – Allison Ludford
– ‘Werewolves’ (Season 6, Episode 11)

The Snowflake Crusade (2002) – Marigold

Size ‘Em Up (2001) – Clea Shapiro

Sleeping Beauties (1999) – Sno Blo Band

Some Girl (1998) – The Murmurs

All Over Me (1997) – Lucy

Boy Meets World (1996) – Corinna
– ‘Shallow Boy’ (Season 4, Episode 5)

True Life (executive producer) (2006)
– ‘My Parents Are Gay’

Raising Teens (executive producer) (2005)

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