Hayley Gripp is an American Actress, branding strategist and philanthropist. Gripp got her start in the industry in 2012 as a print model, landing national ads for brands such as “Verizon Wireless” and “As Seen On TV.” As an actress, Hayley has shot multiple commercials, has been a celebrity taste tester on Cupcake Wars, and landed prominent roles on “CSI: Las Vegas,” the Lifetime original series “Killer Kids” and a role in the Lionsgate feature film “The Vatican Tapes”. Gripp is set to begin filming “The Kodex” in Toronto in early 2016. Gripp is a nationally published writer, with her most recent article published in “Simply Gluten Free” Magazine. In her free time Hayley is also a professional holistic vegetarian chef, and her cooking has been featured on live cooking segments, including the San Diego Channel 6 News. Hayley prides herself on her philanthropy work and many charitable endeavors. Hayley’s philanthropy work includes the title of Youth Ambassador and a Young Adult Board Member for the “Tourette Association America”, the title of Female National Spokesperson for “The Stop Bullying Now Foundation” and in her home town of Los Angeles, Hayley avidly supports “The Covenant House California” and “A Place Called Home”. Hayley has currently spoken to over 45k across the country on the bullying epidemic with our youth, and played a prominent role in getting the I.D.E.A. Act passed in Washington DC. As a representative and brand ambassador for “The Organic Face” cosmetics, Hayley has collaborated directly with the CEO Noreen Diani to help empower young girls through the education of healthy skincare as well as positive self-esteem. Hayley is also currently working as brand management and blogging as “The Organic Ginger” for The Organic Face, in the hopes to educate others about the brand and the health benefits of living an organic sustainable lifestyle.
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