Half Hour Happy Hour: Ladies Night
Each week Alison Haislip and Maude Garrett (& Tom) sit down for a half hour of happy hour. Drinks are drank and conversations are had covering stories both important and useless.
About the Hosts
Alison Haislip is Jersey girl who acts, hosts, and frequently changes her hair color. She can be seen reccurring on Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion’s hit show, Con Man on SyFy, and was a fan favorite as the spunky sideline reporter on ABC’s summer hit, BattleBots. While Haislip is also well known from her past duties on G4’s Attack of the Show and the first 3 seasons of American Ninja Warrior, she garnered a lot of attention when she took on the innovative role of the first ever on-air Social Media Correspondent on NBC’s hit show The Voice during its first season. She was a series lead in Hulu’s first original series, Battleground, produced by Marc Webb. Other television credits include guest stars on FreeForm’s Stitchers, FOX’s Bones, CBS’s NCIS and NCIS:LA, Showtime’s Shameless, TNT’s Franklin & Bash, MTV’s Zach Stone is Gonna be Famous, VH1’s I Hate My 30s and Comedy Central’s Reno 911!. She really likes cheese, bourbon, and playing her piano…mainly after eating cheese and drinking bourbon.
Maude Garrett has been a professional host for television, radio and digital media for her entire adult life, scoring her first job as a host for Nickelodeon Australia aged just 19. Luckily for her, her career has yet to slow down. Successfully adapting from kids television into young adult radio, Maude became the co-host of the long-standing national nightly radio show The Hot 30 Countdown where she honed her gift of the gab and inane ability to put celebrities at ease during interviews. In 2013, she packed her bags and moved to LA to helm the successful radio show The Hot Hits: Live From LA, where she interviewed A-listers like Angelina Jolie, Jennifer Aniston and Charlize Theron for 2 incredible years. She now freelances as a host for outlets BBC America, Nerdist, New Rockstars while running two of her own companies; Geek Bomb (est 2012) a geeky content network and Whut, a 90’s aesthetic clothing line made ethically in California.
Tom Krajewski is an Emmy-nominated television comedy writer who starred as young JFK when he was 10 and is a master of 1 sentence stories.