Haley Webb is an actress probably best known for her roles in “The Final Destination” and “Teen Wolf.” She is also the founder of the production company Legion of Horribles.
Haley Webb was born and raised in Northern Virginia where she was the middle child of 6. She got the acting bug when she was 4 years old after watching “Amadeus” and “Jesus Christ Superstar.” She agreed the life of a thespian is hard with the constant auditioning and constant rejection, but she wouldn’t have it any other way.
When Haley Webb was 15, she moved with her family to San Diego. While in high school, she appeared in a variety of plays. She was the captain of the dance team and earned a black belt in Tae Kwon Do. She is quoted as saying, “I will never give up my dream of being a prima ballerina and backup dancer for Justin Timberlake.”
After she graduated from La Costa Canyon High School, she attended the Joanne Baron/D.W. Brown Studio and graduated from its two-year acting program at the top of her class.
Apparently, in her role for “The Final Destination,” she did her own stunts. As for her process, she said, “I work like a dog, really. I go over scripts like a mad man and just want to make sure I have my house built, so that I can just kind of go nuts inside of it.”
She appeared in Savvy and Maxim magazine in 2009.
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Her other roles include appearances in “Beauty and the Beast,” “Shark” and “Close to Home,” among others. She made her directorial debut in 2012 on the short film “Patti,” which was based on the life of musician Patti Smith.
A bit of trivia is that her younger brother is the founding member of the band “Whippoorwill.” Before his death, she was working on a romantic-comedy with Philip Seymour Hoffman.
Haley Webb is currently single and resides in Los Angeles.