Georgina Haig

Inside Biography

Australian film and television actress, Georgina Haig is known for her roles in the Australian children’s television series The Elephant Princess, and the American television series Once Upon a Time and Fringe. Haig won a 2010 Best Actress Scream Festival award for her performance in Australian suspense-thriller, Crawl as Marilyn Burns.        

Early Life And Education Of Georgina Haig

Georgina Haig was born 3rd August 1985 in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia under the birth sign Leo. She is a daughter of a fine artist, Gillian Haig, an Australian scriptwriter and filmmaker, Russell Hagg, whose credits include The Cup, BMX Bandits, Cash and Company and Blue Heelers.   

Haig spent most of her childhood on the Mornington Peninsula in Victori along with one younger brother, Julian Haig who is also an actor and a  model.  

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Haig learned ballet from the Royal Academy of Dance at the age of eight. She then joined the Red Hill Consolidated School and Toorak College for her high school education.

She then attended the University of Melbourne to pursue Arts studies followed by the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts and graduated in 2008 with a degree in acting.  

Georgina Haig’s career

Georgina Haig debuted in acting, appearing in 2008 short film, Iris as Chloe, and Lost & Found as Louisa. In 2009, she appeared in a recurring guest role in two seasons of Australian television true crime-drama series, Underbelly

The following year, Haig was featured in Australian horror film, Road Train as a supporting role of Liz, along with Xavier Samuel, Bob Morley, Sophie Lowe, and many more.  

After that, she appeared in the lead role in 2013 TV series, The Elegant Gentleman's Guide to Knife Fighting, starring Craig Anderson, Damon Herriman, Darren Gilshenan, and others. She also portrayed the character of Paula Yates in Australian miniseries, INXS: Never Tear Us Apart.

Haig then made her appearances in several TV series, includes Reckless (2014), Maximum Choppage (2015), whereas her movies credit Wasted on the Young (2010), Crawl (2011), Nerve (2013), The Mule (2014) among others.

In 2018, she portrayed the character named Dr. Sophie Forbin in an American science fiction thriller series, The Crossing alongside, Steve Zahn, Natalie Martinez, Sandrine Holt, and others.

Georgina Haig’s Net Worth

As an actress, Georgina Haig has gained not only a lot of fame but also a considerable amount of money. As per some online sources, her net worth is around $1 million, but the exact amount is still under review. 

It is reported the average salary of Australian actress is AU$30.34 per hour. 

Georgina Haig’s Personal Life

Georgina Haig is married to Australian writer, comic, and actor, Josh Mapleston who won the Emmy award for Oustanding Writing in Children's Animation' for his work on Beat Bugs.

In December 2016, Georgina announced that she was expecting her first child. Later on, in 2017, the couple welcomed their beautiful daughter to the world. Since the duo is very private, they haven't revealed the name or face of the baby yet. 

Haig is active on social media where she usually promotes her work. 

by ab-mahima, 19 Jun, 2018

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