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Seven Questions: Alison Haislip, G4/'Attack of the Show' Correspondent

G4/Attack of the Show correspondent Alison Haislip
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LA has a diverse cast of characters. Whether it's the characters with stirring stories or interesting occupations or the people who are just simply characters, this town has them all. In an effort to get to know some of those characters a little better, we've created "Seven Questions with..." If you have a suggestion for a future Seven Questions subject send us an email.Today's subject is Alison Haislip.

Alison Haislip is a native of New Jersey who left the cold winters of the East Coast for Los Angeles after graduating from Boston College with a BA in Theatre Arts. This former Ford Model has been acting since she was 12, performing in numerous works ranging from films and television shows to music videos and plays, including the hit show Pieces(of Ass) which she rocked out for in both Los Angeles at the Roxy and Las Vegas at the Joint.

Alison's film credits include: Wasted, The Indian, Into The Arms of Strangers, Indigo Hearts and The Donner Party. She can be seen weekdays at 7pm on G4 serving as a correspondent for "Attack of the Show".

When Alison isn't attacking the show, you can find her playing video games. She likes playing "Peggle" when she only has a few minutes but on the rare occasion when she has three hours to spare she's playing "Left 4 Dead" or "Left 4 Dead 2" on her XBOX 360. She admits, "I just love killing zombies. I think it might be a problem of mine."

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Alison took time out from her gaming and telling her 30,000 Twitter followers how Hollywood she is to chat with LAist about life before G4, food trucks, fans, Super Bowl parties and much more.