Haley Bennett Best Known For Some of Haley’s best-known movies include Music and Lyrics (2007), The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008), College (2008), The Hole (2009), and Kaboom (2010). She is also known for her roles in After the Fall (2014), The Equalizer (2014), Kristy (2014), and Hardcore Henry (2015).

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Born Name: Haley Loraine Keeling
Nick Name: Haley Bennett, Halo, Hales
Occupation: Actress, singer, and dancer
Years active: 2007–present
Born: January 07, 1988, 32 years and 5 months, Fort Myers, Florida, United States
Sun Sign: Capricorn
Height: 5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
Hair Color: Light Brown
Eye Color: Light Brown
Measurements: 36-25-36 in or 91.5-63.5-91.5 cm
Bra size: 32D
Genre: Pop
Instruments: Vocals

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Family
Father – Ronald Keeling
Mother – Leilani Dorsey Bennett

Education
She studied at the Barron G. Collier High School in Naples, Florida.

Haley also went to the Stow-Munroe Falls High School in Stow, Ohio.

Haley Loraine Keeling (born January 7, 1988), known professionally as Haley Bennett, is an American actress and singer. She made her film debut as pop star Cora Corman in the romantic comedy Music and Lyrics (2007) and has since appeared in the films The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008), College (2008), The Hole (2009), Kaboom (2010), The Equalizer (2014), Kristy (2014), Hardcore Henry (2015), The Magnificent Seven (2016), The Girl on the Train (2016), Thank You for Your Service (2017), and The Red Sea Diving Resort (2019).

Early life
Bennett’s parents, Leilani (née Dorsey Bennett) and Ronald Keeling, met in church and hitchhiked to Florida while Leilani was pregnant with her.[5] She is of English, Scottish, Irish, German, and Lithuanian descent. She was born in Fort Myers, Florida and raised in Naples, Florida. Her parents divorced when Bennett was 6, and she moved to Ohio with her father, who opened an automobile repair shop.They moved regularly around the state, with Bennett saying: “there was no time when I lived anywhere longer than two years. I was always a social outcast. Maybe I didn’t care what people thought because I thought, ‘Well, I probably won’t stick around here for too long’.”

Bennett describes her childhood as “nomadic”, as she moved between living with her father in Ohio and her mother in Florida: “I lived somewhat of a nomadic life even when I lived in Ohio. We spent time in rural areas, in suburban areas, never really city areas. We rode four-wheelers. We had pigs and ferrets. And creeks. We had a creek in my backyard. It was like Huckleberry Finn… I was kind of a tomboy for awhile. It’s tough to explain because I grew up with my mom and my dad simultaneously but separately because they weren’t together. So I kind of get femininity from my mother and boyishness from my dad. He loved fishing, he loves hunting, he loves boating, and football, baseball, and basketball. So that really saturated my life. And then my mother was very soft and also strong, but more of an artist. So I kind of had the best of both worlds.”

When Bennett was 10, she and her father moved to Stow, Ohio, where she attended Stow-Munroe Falls High School. At 13, she enrolled at Barbizon Modeling School of Akron, Ohio. She attended the International Modeling and Talent Convention in 2001 and 2006, where she won a major award, acted in school plays, and sang in choirs. She also lived with her mother in Naples occasionally, where she attended Barron G. Collier High School, and studied music and acting. When Bennett was 18, she persuaded her mother to take her to Los Angeles for three months to pursue an acting career. Just as she was about to return home, she managed to secure representation by claiming to her prospective agent that a highly-regarded agency had approached her. The agent refused to lose Bennett and signed her. Bennett began using her mother’s maiden name as her stage name.

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Career
In what was only her third audition, Bennett won the role of popstar Cora Corman for her film debut in the 2007 romantic comedy Music and Lyrics, with Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore. Bennett sang several songs for the film’s soundtrack, including “Buddha’s Delight” and “Way Back into Love”; fragments of the songs “Entering Bootytown” and “Slam” are heard during concert scenes in the film, and her song “Invincible” plays during the end credits. That same year, she signed with 550 Music/NuSound Records (part Epic Records), and began working on her debut album, though one was never released. Bennett performed her first live concert at The Mint in Los Angeles on June 19, 2008.

Despite the auspicious debut, Bennett did not break through. She said in an interview in June 2016: “It’s been kind of a long journey for me. Everyone has a different path; I guess you hear them all. I don’t know how common mine is. I didn’t have a long-term plan or goal. All I came to Los Angeles with was a dream. No one from my family ever left Ohio. In L.A., I saw a lot of talent wasted because of fear. The odds are really stacked against you. I was a bit like Dorothy following the yellow brick road I guess. Except there was no good witch… Nothing came that easily ever again after Music and Lyrics. It was a good start—I’m grateful for the experience, but I wanted more. After that film, I ventured back out into the darkness, as actors often do. And I was completely engulfed by it. I got lost, I got broke. I got heartbroken by the roles I’d never have a chance to play, because you know how it is. Even when a filmmaker pointed at me and said, “I want to put you in this film,” it never happened because of the financial aspect of our industry. I wasn’t a bankable name, I guess. But it went on like this, on repeat, for many years. I begged, I struggled, I fought. There was no other option, really.

After signing a three-picture deal with Warner Bros. (beginning with Music and Lyrics), Bennett subsequently starred in her second and third films, the comedy College (2008) and the supernatural horror The Haunting of Molly Hartley (2008). Also in 2008, she made a cameo appearance in Marley & Me. The following year, Bennett had a lead role alongside Julia Stiles in Shekhar Kapur’s short film Passage. She then co-starred as Julie Campbell in the horror thriller film The Hole, directed by Joe Dante. In 2010, she appeared in the fantasy comedy Kaboom, and the drama Arcadia Lost. In July 2010, Bennett was cast in the FX crime-drama series Outlaw Country alongside Luke Grimes, Mary Steenburgen and John Hawkes. The pilot was filmed in 2010 before a rewrite and reshoots in April 2011. It remained in limbo until November 2011, when FX announced that it had not been picked up for a series. The hour-and-a-half long pilot was broadcast as a TV film on August 24, 2012.

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Bennett then landed the lead in the thriller film Kristy (2014). She next appeared in the independent drama film Lost in the White City (2014), alongside Thomas Dekker and Bob Morley. Also in 2014, Bennett co-starred in The Equalizer with Denzel Washington and Melissa Leo.

In 2015, Bennett starred in Ilya Naishuller’s first-person point-of-view film Hardcore Henry. In 2016, she appeared as Emma Cullen in Antoine Fuqua’s The Magnificent Seven, co-starred as Megan Hipwell in the Tate Taylor-directed film adaptation of Paula Hawkins’ thriller novel The Girl on the Train, and played actress Mamie Murphy in Warren Beatty’s comedy-drama Rules Don’t Apply. Responses to the first two films were mixed, while the third was more positively received. Bennett’s performances were praised in all three. In 2017, Bennett played Saskia Schumann in Jason Hall’s PTSD drama film Thank You for Your Service. She had also been cast in Terrence Malick’s musical drama film Song to Song, alongside Christian Bale, but her scenes were later cut.

Personal life
Bennett’s daughter Virginia Willow, her first child with director Joe Wright, was born on December 31, 2018. Bennett lives in Brooklyn Heights.

Manager
Her career is managed by MGMT Entertainment.

Label
550 Music / NuSound Records

Distinctive Features
Smile
Eyes (Asian looks)
Pale skin

First Film
The actress made her acting debut with Music and Lyrics in 2007. She played the character of pop singer Cora Corman in the romantic comedy. Her co-stars in the movie were Hugh Grant and Drew Barrymore.

As a Singer
Bennett’s film debut Music and Lyrics (2007) also happens to be her debut as a singer. She sang many songs in the movie including Buddha’s Delight, Way Back into Love and some parts of Entering Bootytown and Slam. She also sang the Invincible song for the movie.

Haley signed a deal with 550 Music / NuSound Records and started working on her album in 2007. On June 19, 2008, Haley gave her first live concert at The Mint in Los Angeles.

Haley Bennett Favorite Things
Story – The Wizard of Oz
Pastime – Going to Theater
Destination – Santa Fe

Haley Bennett Facts
During her childhood, she moved and lived with her father in Stow, Ohio.
Haley began acting at the age of 10 and her first tryst with acting were school plays.
Bennett is good friends with American actresses Elena Satine, Breanne Racano, and Australian actor Lachlan Buchanan.
She loves animals and has two cats and two dogs. Haley plans on adopting more pets.
She was on the cover of the 2016 June / July issue of the Interview Magazine.

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