Gabrielle Haugh


Gabrielle Haugh is a US model, TV and film actress who starred in Jeepers Creepers 3 and The Long Home.

Birthday: January 7th, 1996

Born: Sacramento, California

Famous for: Actress

Instagram: @gabrielleghaugh

also known as Gabrielle Genevieve Haugh


 

History

Gabrielle Haugh was raised as an only child and was adopted at a young age.  She became close with her biological mother and two sisters through letters and didn’t meet them until the age of 18.  Haugh studied theater and dance during high school.  She signed with her first agency when she was 8 and started modelling.  She has modelled with clothing line Forever 21, Jeweliq and Bobi Los Angeles brand and publications like GEV Magazine.

At the age of 18 she moved to Los Angeles after deciding not to go to college.  Haugh quickly found work and won a role in the film Headlock which is due to release in 2017.   

In 2015 she featured in the music video for The Dose’s Cold Hands.  In the same year she won a small role as Grace Blalock opposite actor James Franco in the film The Long Home which is due to release in 2017.


In 2016 Haugh landed her first lead role in a horror film The Midnight Man as Alex Luster, a girl who summons a creature who goes by the name of The Midnight Man.  In December 2016, it was announced that she had joined the cast of NBC soap opera Days of Our Lives, in the role of Jade Michaels.  She made her first appearance in January 17, 2017 and In July, Haugh departed the series.

In 2017 Haugh starred in the follow up to a cult horror film,  Jeepers Creepers 3 playing the role of Addison Brandon.


 

Photo Gallery

*Photo credits provided in references section below where possible.  View a list of photographers here.


 

References

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[2] https://soapoperaintel.blogspot.co.uk/

[3] http://www.soapoperadigest.com/

[4] https://www.listal.com/viewimage/14149313

[5] http://www.imdb.com/

[6] http://www.populartv.com/

[7] http://www.welovesoaps.net/

[8] https://www.bellazon.com/