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« Reply #30 on: December 05, 2017, 03:13:43 AM »

Work as a Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer



Television Specials (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)


Part 2: 2012-Present


The 16th Annual Prism Awards - a nationally-televised awards show recognizing the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in film, television, interactive, music, DVD, and comic book entertainment. The awards show is produced by the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC), in collaboration with the Flagship Airing Partner FX Network and News Corporation. Each Prism Awards is recorded in April of that year, and broadcast in September of that year. Alison has participated in several of the Prism Awards events, primarily as an award presenter. While no copy of the broadcast exists online, this clip of Alison from the broadcast is still available online.

  • Alison Haislip - 16th Annual PRISM Awards Showcase (2:18) (2012) – Youtube


E3 2012 - All Access Live Special – Spike TV’s live coverage of the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Alison covered the event as part of the “All Access Live” partnership between Spike TV and The Nerd Machine. The partnership was a collaboration between Spike TV and Zac Levi’s The Nerd Machine, wherein Nerd Machine personnel would conduct interviews and commentary on various gaming, pop culture, and technology-centric events (E3 and SDCC, possibly more) which were to be broadcast on Spike TV (TV broadcast) and The Game Trailers (Livestream broadcast). The Nerd Machine segments were hosted by Zachary Levi, David Coleman, and Alison, with tosses to and from the Spike “All Access Live” program team.

  • E3 2012: What Are You Nerdy About? (0:30) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube (Promo for the show)
  • Nerd Machine – E3 Expo Xbox Challenge w/ David Coleman, Alison Haislip, and Zachary Levi (1:57) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube and Youtube (Alison is one of the participants on Zac Levi’s team, up against Cliff Bleszinski’s team)
  • Nerd Machine – E3 Expo w/ Zachary Levi, Alison Haislip, and David Coleman (0:32) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Nerd Machine – E3 Expo Xbox Discussion w/ David Coleman, Alison Haislip, and Zachary Levi (5:04) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Madden NFL 13 - E3 2012: Michael Irvin Interview (2:16) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Splinter Cell: Blacklist - E3 2012: Co-Op Features Interview (2:45) (2012) – Youtube


San Diego Comic Con 2012 – All Access Live Special – Spike TV’s live coverage of the 2012 San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. Alison covered the event as part of the “All Access Live” partnership between Spike TV and The Nerd Machine. The partnership was a collaboration between Spike TV and Zac Levi’s The Nerd Machine, wherein Nerd Machine personnel would conduct interviews and commentary on various gaming, pop culture, and technology-centric events (E3 and SDCC, possibly more) which were to be broadcast on Spike TV (TV broadcast) and The Game Trailers (Livestream broadcast). The Nerd Machine segments were hosted by Zachary Levi, David Coleman, and Alison, with tosses to and from the Spike “All Access Live” program team.

  • The Nerd Machine Gets Nerdy About Comic-Con (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • Alison Haislip – Nerd HQ Tour (1:06) (2012) – Youtube
  • Interview with Camilla Luddington – Nerd HQ (1:37) (2012) – Youtube
  • Interview with Seth Green – Nerd HQ (0:53) (2012) – Youtube


The Spike Video Game Awards – also known as VGA 10 (being the 10th anniversary of the Video Game Awards (VGAs)), was a video game award ceremony, held at the Sony Picture Studios in Culver City, California, on December 7th, 2012. The show was produced by Spike TV, hosted by Samuel L. Jackson, and both broadcast live on the Spike TV Network and livestreamed on Xbox Live. Alison covered the event as part of the “All Access Live” partnership between Spike TV and The Nerd Machine. The partnership was a collaboration between Spike TV and Zac Levi’s The Nerd Machine, wherein Nerd Machine personnel would conduct interviews and commentary on various gaming, pop culture, and technology-centric events (E3 and SDCC, possibly more) which were to be broadcast on Spike TV (TV broadcast) and The Game Trailers (Livestream broadcast). This was the last televised broadcast of the award show, with later broadcasts being livestreamed only on the Xbox, Playstation 3, Steam and Twitch platforms. This was also the last broadcast to be done under the “Spike Video Game Awards”/VGA banner, as it was rebranded as the VGX in 2013, before dropping support from Spike TV altogether in 2014. While no copy of the full broadcast was ever archived online, video from the Pre-Show, plus various clips of Alison’s interviews with award recipients and guests are still available to see online.

  • Spike TV Video Game Awards 2012 Pre-Show (53:37) (2012) – Youtube (German Subs w/ German Commentary)
  • Get the Insides of Assassins Creed III and Confessions of the Nerd Machine (9:16) (2012) – Spike (Preshow Segment)
  • Zachary Levi Video Game Awards Pre-Show w/ Alison Haislip and David Coleman (1:45) (2012) – Youtube (Preshow Segment. Nerd Machine interview from previous clip)
  • Halo 4 Is Awarded and Marlon Wayans Ends Preshow With Style (5:45) (2012) – Spike (Preshow Segment)
  • Alison Haislip Video Game Awards w/ Jennifer Hale and Ali Hillis (3:14) (2012) – Youtube (Preshow Segment. Nerd Machine interview from previous clip)
  • Gears of War Judgment and Assassin’s Creed III: The Tyranny of King Washington World Premieres (9:18) (2012) – Spike
  • Lead Designer of Gears of War: Judgment Discusses World Premiere (8:43) (2012) – Spike
  • Alison Haislip With Best Shooter Winner In the Green Room (8:18) (2012) – Spike
  • Alison Haislip Video Game Awards w/ Paul Hellquist and Matthew Armstrong (3:14) (2012) – Youtube (Nerd Machine interview from previous clip)
  • Jessica Alba Introduces The Dark Souls II Trailer And The Character Of The Year Is Revealed (7:44) (2012) – Spike
  • Backstage with Game of the Decade and Game of the Year Winners (11:28) (2012) – Spike

Related Videos:
  • Video Game Awards 2012 (13:11) (2012) – Youtube (VGA 2012 Highlights w/ Russian subs & commentary. Alison appears at timecode 7:20 interviewing the Game of the Decade winners)



Heavy’s Fight Day Live – on several occasions Alison has filmed Pre-Show segments for Pay-Per-View UFC events under the Heavy.com “Fight Day Live” banner. These were typically shown prior to the main event, with Alison giving a breakdown of the upcoming match or matches, along with information concerning the fighters involved. To my knowledge, Alison only ever filmed three of these segments for Heavy’s Fight Day Live, and all of them in 2013. The show, itself, was streamed simultaneously on Heavy.com, YahooSports.com, FoxSports.com, and several other MMA, Sports News, and Streaming Media websites.



The 17th Annual Prism Awards - a nationally-televised awards show recognizing the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in film, television, interactive, music, DVD, and comic book entertainment. The awards show is produced by the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC), in collaboration with the Flagship Airing Partner FX Network and News Corporation. Each Prism Awards is recorded in April of that year, and broadcast in September of that year. Alison has participated in several of the Prism Awards events, primarily as an award presenter. While no copy of the broadcast exists online, this clip of Alison from the event’s red carpet is still available online.

  • Alison Haislip at the 17th Prism Awards Red Carpet (4:25) (2013) – Youtube and Dailymotion


The 18th Annual Prism Awards - a nationally-televised awards show recognizing the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in film, television, interactive, music, DVD, and comic book entertainment. The awards show is produced by the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC), in collaboration with the Flagship Airing Partner FX Network and News Corporation. Each Prism Awards is recorded in April of that year, and broadcast in September of that year. Alison has participated in several of the Prism Awards events, primarily as an award presenter. While no copy of the broadcast exists online, this clip of Alison from the event’s red carpet is still available online.

  • Alison Haislip at the 18th Annual Prism Awards (2:32) (2014) – Youtube


AXS TV’s Super Party Super Special – a special TV event held before Super Bowl XLVIII in 2014, by the American cable/satellite TV network – AXS TV (pronounced “access”). The televised event had several hosts, and Alison hosted alongside other personalities such as Tom Green, Dave Holmes, Frances Callier, and Ryan Stout, among others. Unfortunately, no footage of the event can be found online.

  • AXS TV’s Super Party Super Special (no information) (2014) – No Sources Online.
The 19th Annual Prism Awards - a nationally-televised awards show recognizing the accurate depiction of drug, alcohol and tobacco use and addiction in film, television, interactive, music, DVD, and comic book entertainment. The awards show is produced by the Entertainment Industries Council, Inc. (EIC), in collaboration with the Flagship Airing Partner FX Network and News Corporation. Each Prism Awards is recorded in April of that year, and broadcast in September of that year. Alison has participated in several of the Prism Awards events, primarily as an award presenter. While no copy of the broadcast exists online, this clip of Alison from the event’s red carpet is still available online.

  • Alison Haislip at the 19th Annual Prism Awards Ceremony (2:06) (2015) – Youtube


Disney XD Presents: Clash of Karts Mario Kart 8 – a Disney eSports special event, hosted by Alison, which had eight of America’s best young gamers the opportunity to team up with Youtube personalities like Strawburry17, Andre (Black Nerd Comedy), AtomicMari, and SethBling in a one-hour multi-round Mario Kart 8 competition, after which awards were handed out. Unfortunately, the event was not archived in any way, online – so surviving video of the event is from second-hand sources, still available online.

  • Disney XD Presents: Clash of Karts Mario Kart 8 (2:11) (2015) – Youtube
  • Disney XD Presents: Mario Kart 8.. (0:56) (2015) – Youtube
  • DXD: Clash of Karts Mario Kart 8 (7:09) (2015) – Youtube
  • Disney XD Presents: Clash of Karts: Mario Kart 8 for WiiU (10:00) (2015) – Youtube
  • Disney XD Presents: Clash of Karts Mario Kart 8 Winners (0:29) (2015) – Youtube


Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Awards 2016 – a yearly Mixed Martial Arts (MMA) Awards Ceremony, first started in 2008, and broadcast on various cable outlets such as the Fox Sports Networks. The awards were given to various fighters in the industry, including a “Fighter of the Year” award. Alison cohosted the 2016 event with UFC contender Urijah Faber, which took place on February 5th, 2016, at the Venetian Theatre in Las Vegas. Unfortunately, no video of the event seems to have been archived online.

  • Fighters Only World Mixed Martial Arts Award 2016 (no information) (2016) – No Source Online
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« Reply #31 on: December 05, 2017, 03:14:11 AM »

Work as a Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer



Documentary Movies and Mini-Series (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)


Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – an eight-part documentary series which follows eight celebrity hosts and dozens of noteworthy icons as they explore the exciting world of video games. Each host’s segment spans several episodes and typically centers on a specific subject – i.e. motion capture, gaming history, etc. Alison appears in three of the eight episodes, however I recommend viewing the entire series if you get the chance.

Episodes:


Clips and Promos:

  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Alison Haislip (0:30) (2016) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Creators (1:35) (2016) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Future (1:32) (2016) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Legends & Icons (1:28) (2016) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Alison Haislip 30-Sec Teaser (0:30) (2016) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Episode 3 Teaser (2:10) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Episode 7 Teaser (1:44) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Press Reel (5:59) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Production Reel (1:04) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Supercut! (1:02) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Alison Haislip Teaser (1:12) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – Alison Haislip Questions (1:12) (2017) – Youtube
  • Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed – SDCC 2015 Trailer (2:48) (2015) – Youtube
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« Reply #32 on: December 05, 2017, 03:17:18 AM »

Work as a Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer



Conventions, Expos, and Trade Shows (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)


Part 1: 2008-2011


E3 ’08 Live: Preview Show – a TV special broadcast by the G4 Network to preview the forthcoming events and announcements of the 2008 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. The event, commonly thought of as the “biggest game news expo of the year”, serves as a way for many video game publishers to introduce and advertise upcoming games, consoles, and game-related merchandise. While Alison appeared in the pre-show that ran before the event, unfortunately there is no archival footage of this preview show.

  • E3 ’08 Live: Preview Show (no information) (2008) – No Source Online.


E3 ’08 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2008 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. While the majority of the broadcast was hosted by Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Adam Sessler, and Olivia Munn, several other G4 personalities acted as Floor Reporters, interviewing various people within the gaming industry concerning new releases and upcoming technology being showcased at E3. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the E3 expos, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing various gaming industry individuals concerning new and upcoming games, gaming equipment, and their own careers. While a full broadcast of the 2008 E3 Live show was not archived online, Alison had several reports during the broadcast as a Floor Reporter, of which four can still be viewed.


Related Videos:

  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 07.15.08 (2:10) (2008) – Internet Archive and Youtube (Segment was filmed on the E3 Floor)
  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 07.17.08 (1:57) (2008) – Internet Archive


Comic-Con ’08 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. While no copy of the full 2008 broadcast was archived online, a couple of Alison’s segments are still available. This broadcast proved to be especially memorable to viewers due to Alison agreeing to dress up in a costume based on Michelle Pfeiffer’s Catwoman role from the 1992 movie, Batman Returns.

  • Max Payne Interview (2:22) (2008) – Internet Archive (Interview with Mark Wahlberg and Mila Kunis, only. Full interview seen below in “Related Videos”)
  • Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight Interview/Report (no information) (2008) – No Source Online. (Piece done at SDCC 2008 by Alison regarding the Twilight book and forthcoming movie. No online source, but referenced in fan-recorded copy of broadcast below, in “Related Videos”)
  • Comic-Con ’08: Alison Haislip is Catwoman (1:56) (2008) – Internet Archive

Related Videos:

  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 7.24.08 (2:18) (2008) – Internet Archive (Segment was filmed on the Comic-Con Floor)
  • AOTS Clip: The Daily Feed with Alison Haislip – 7.25.08 (1:55) (2008) – Internet Archive (Segment was filmed on the Comic-Con Floor)
  • My Response: G4 TV “Comic Con” 08 7 (9:59) (2008) – Youtube (Video of the broadcast taken by a fan, using a mobile phone or webcam, with his commentary. The Alison interview with the Max Payne cast is uncut, but the sound is low and video is poor and shaky. Timecode is from 2:07-2:36)
  • My Response: G4 TV “Comic Con” 08 8 (9:58) (2008) – Youtube (Video of the broadcast taken by a fan, using a mobile phone or webcam, with his commentary. Alison appears briefly to announce she’ll be doing a report about Stephanie Meyer’s Twilight book and the forthcoming movie. This is the only record of this piece online, as no archived copy can be found. As previously reported, sound is low and video is poor and shaky. Timecode is from 1:23-1:37)


CES ’09 Live – the Consumer Electronic Show, commonly known as CES, this is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association and held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. The event typically hosts presentations of new technology and products in the consumer electronics industry. G4 had annual coverage of the event, utilizing several of the G4 personalities from AOTS and X-Play. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of these CES events, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, conducting interviews with various individuals within the industry, and reviewing new technology and products being premiered at the Show.



E3 ’09 Live: Spotlight on Microsoft – part of the E3 Live Coverage done by G4 during E3 2009. This segment was coverage of the announcements made by Microsoft during the 2009 E3 event. Alison hosted the segment for G4, as well as covered an award presentation during the broadcast.



E3 ’09 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. While the majority of the broadcast was hosted by Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Adam Sessler, and Olivia Munn, several other G4 personalities acted as Floor Reporters, interviewing various people within the gaming industry concerning new releases and upcoming technology being showcased at E3. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the E3 expos, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing various gaming industry individuals concerning new and upcoming games, gaming equipment, and their own careers. Both the full broadcast of the 2009 E3 Live show and several Floor Reports done by Alison can be viewed online.



Comic-Con ’09 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. While no copy of the full 2009 broadcast was archived online, several of Alison’s segments are still available.



CES ’10 Live – the Consumer Electronic Show, commonly known as CES, this is an annual trade show organized by the Consumer Technology Association and held at the Las Vegas Convention Center in January. The event typically hosts presentations of new technology and products in the consumer electronics industry. G4 had annual coverage of the event, utilizing several of the G4 personalities from AOTS and X-Play. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of these CES events, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, conducting interviews with various individuals within the industry, and reviewing new technology and products being premiered at the Show.



E3 ’10 Live: Spotlight on Sony – part of the E3 Live Coverage done by G4 during E3 2010. The live coverage of the day was actually split between two big announcements by major companies, the first half by Nintendo (as “Spotlight on Nintendo”), and the second half by Sony (as “Spotlight on Sony”) Alison covered the Spotlight on Sony segment with Adam Sessler and Chris Hardwick.

  • G4 E3 ’10 Live: Nintendo and Sony Spotlight (271:09) (2010) – Internet Archive (The Sony Spotlight segment with Alison begins at timecode 2:07:15)
 


E3 ’10 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2010 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. While the majority of the broadcast was hosted by Kevin Pereira, Morgan Webb, Adam Sessler, and Olivia Munn, several other G4 personalities acted as Floor Reporters, interviewing various people within the gaming industry concerning new releases and upcoming technology being showcased at E3. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the E3 expos, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing various gaming industry individuals concerning new and upcoming games, gaming equipment, and their own careers. Both the full broadcast of the 2010 E3 Live show and several Floor Reports done by Alison can be viewed online.



Comic-Con ’10 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. Luckily, a copy of the broadcast was archived online, along with several segments done by Alison.



Comic-Con ’11 Live – G4’s live coverage of the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. The convention, called the “largest convention of its kind in the world”, highlights various pop culture and entertainment elements across all genres, including horror, animation, anime, manga, toys, collectible card games, video games, webcomics, and fantasy novels. During her time at the G4 network, Alison participated in several of the SDCC Live coverage broadcasts, acting as both floor reporter and host/presenter, interviewing actors, industry legends, panelists, and convention goers. This would be Alison’s last coverage of SDCC (or any Show, Expo, or Event) specifically for G4. Luckily, a copy of the broadcast was archived online, along with a couple of segments done by Alison.


Related Video:
  • G4 Attack of the Show SDCC 2011 EWOK DANCE! (0:46) (2011) – Youtube (Alison interviewed Steve Zaragoza at SDCC, while he was dressed in an Ewok costume, and together they danced to the “Yub-Nub” song from “Return of the Jedi”)
  • Steve Ewok 2011 San Diego Comic Con G4 TV (0:46) (2011) – Youtube (Yet another capture of Alison’s interview with Steve Zaragoza at SDCC)
  • Dennis and Tony Dancing on AOTS (0:55) (2011) – Youtube (Slightly visually clearer capture of the same Ewok Dance interview Alison did with Steve Zaragoza, but the audio is almost non-existent)
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« Reply #33 on: December 05, 2017, 03:18:10 AM »

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Conventions, Expos, and Trade Shows (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)


Part 2: 2012-Present


E3 2012 - All Access Live Special – Spike TV’s live coverage of the 2012 Electronic Entertainment Expo (E3) at the Los Angeles Convention Center. Alison covered the event as part of the “All Access Live” partnership between Spike TV and The Nerd Machine. The partnership was a collaboration between Spike TV and Zac Levi’s The Nerd Machine, wherein Nerd Machine personnel would conduct interviews and commentary on various gaming, pop culture, and technology-centric events (E3 and SDCC, possibly more) which were to be broadcast on Spike TV (TV broadcast) and The Game Trailers (Livestream broadcast). The Nerd Machine segments were hosted by Zachary Levi, David Coleman, and Alison, with tosses to and from the Spike “All Access Live” program team.

  • E3 2012: What Are You Nerdy About? (0:30) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube (Promo for the show)
  • Nerd Machine – E3 Expo Xbox Challenge w/ David Coleman, Alison Haislip, and Zachary Levi (1:57) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube and Youtube (Alison is one of the participants on Zac Levi’s team, up against Cliff Bleszinski’s team)
  • Nerd Machine – E3 Expo w/ Zachary Levi, Alison Haislip, and David Coleman (0:32) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Nerd Machine – E3 Expo Xbox Discussion w/ David Coleman, Alison Haislip, and Zachary Levi (5:04) (2012) – Youtube and Youtube


San Diego Comic Con 2012 – All Access Live Special – Spike TV’s live coverage of the 2012 San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California. Alison covered the event as part of the “All Access Live” partnership between Spike TV and The Nerd Machine. The partnership was a collaboration between Spike TV and Zac Levi’s The Nerd Machine, wherein Nerd Machine personnel would conduct interviews and commentary on various gaming, pop culture, and technology-centric events (E3 and SDCC, possibly more) which were to be broadcast on Spike TV (TV broadcast) and The Game Trailers (Livestream broadcast). The Nerd Machine segments were hosted by Zachary Levi, David Coleman, and Alison, with tosses to and from the Spike “All Access Live” program team.

  • The Nerd Machine Gets Nerdy About Comic-Con (0:30) (2012) – Youtube
  • Alison Haislip – Nerd HQ Tour (1:06) (2012) – Youtube
  • Interview with Camilla Luddington – Nerd HQ (1:37) (2012) – Youtube
  • Interview with Seth Green – Nerd HQ (0:53) (2012) – Youtube


Course of the Force – an annual relay, held in the days leading up to San Diego Comic Con, and with a Star Wars theme. Started in 2012 by Peter Levin and Chris Hardwick of Nerdist Industries, the relay acts as a fundraising event for the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Participants of the relay sign up at a cost of $500, and 100% of the registration proceeds benefit the Make-A-Wish Foundation chapters of Greater Los Angeles, Orange County and Inland Empire, and San Diego. The Participants travel from Santa Monica to San Diego in quarter-mile increments, typically over a period of 5 days, handing off a lightsaber to the next runner (ala the torch relay in the Olympics). Alison participated in the Course of the Force relay, both in 2012 and 2013, filming segments for Nerdist concerning the relay and both interviewing and interacting with various guests and participants.

Course of the Force 2012:

  • Course of the Force, Day 1 Recap: An Epic Journey Begins (15:28) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 2 Recap: Jabba’s Pleasure Barge (15:44) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 3 Part 1 Recap: Lego My Lightsaber (21:36) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 3 Part 2 Recap: The Saga Continues (16:54) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 4 Part 1 Recap: Return of the Course (13:23) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 4 Part 2 Recap: The Course is Strong (13:35) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 5 Part 1 Recap: May the Course Be With You (20:25) (2012) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 5 Part 2 Recap: At-Attack of the Course (26:30) (2012) – Youtube

Course of the Force 2012 Footage from June 9th, 2012, Filmed in LEGOLAND California (1:12) (2012) – Youtube

Course of the Force 2013:

  • Course of the Force, Day 6 Recap: Molly Quinn as Mara Jade (9:07) (2013) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 7 Recap: Mandalorian Mercs Storm Pacific Beach (7:57) (2013) – Youtube
  • Course of the Force, Day 8 Recap: The Course Arrives at Comic-Con! (9:44) (2013) – Youtube


SDCC 2013 - Nerd HQ Exclusive Interviews and Extras – in 2013, Alison once again joined Zac Levi’s Nerd Machine as one of their hosts, filming online segments for the Nerd HQ Youtube Channel, co-produced with Fandango’s Movieclips. Alison conducted exclusive interviews of various celebrities at SDCC 2013 (usually on location at Nerd HQ, at Petco Park), as well as provided a look at some of the events being held at SDCC.

  • Zachary Levi – Nerd HQ Kick-Off Video with Alison Haislip (11:42) (2013) – Youtube
  • Tom Hiddleston – Exclusive Interview (4:36) (2013) – Youtube
  • Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles – Exclusive Interview (2:37) (2013) – Youtube
  • Matt Smith, Jenna Coleman & Steven Moffat – Exclusive Interview (3:14) (2013) – Youtube
  • Steven Moffat – Exclusive Interview (5:01) (2013) – Youtube
  • Nathan Fillion – Exclusive Interview (4:47) (2013) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Alison Tries Out the Oculus Rift and Omni (1:59) (2013) – Youtube
  • Rob Kazinsky – Exclusive Interview (3:50) (2013) – Youtube
  • Wil Wheaton- Exclusive Interview (9:44) (2013) – Youtube
  • Richard Madden – Exclusive Interview (2:14) (2013) – Youtube
  • Alan Tudyk – Exclusive Interview (5:49) (2013) – Youtube
  • Alison Gives Us a Tour of the Floor at Nerd HQ (1:55) (2013) – Youtube
  • Alison Haislip Attempts the Walking Dead Escape (6:48) (2013) – Youtube
  • David Giuntoli – Exclusive Interview (3:11) (2013) – Youtube
  • Joe Manganiello – Exclusive Interview (4:07) (2013) – Youtube
  • Alison’s Sneak Peak at Nerds Versus Aliens the Epic Nerd HQ Mural (1:51) (2013) – Youtube
  • Stan Lee – Exclusive Interview (1:49) (2013) – Youtube
  • Ed Helms – Exclusive Interview (3:32) (2013) – Youtube
  • Bobak Ferdowsi – Exclusive Interview (2:54) (2013) – Youtube
  • Zachary Levi – Nerd HQ Wrap-Up Video with Alison Haislip (3:01) (2013) – Youtube

Related Videos:
  • Nerd HQ 2013 Highlight Reel (1:31) (2013) – Youtube (Includes various clips of Alison from her interviews and behind-the-scenes at Nerd HQ)
  • Zachary Levi and Nerd HQ Need You (19:33) (2014) – Youtube (Contains various clips of Alison from SDCC 2013)
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Work as a Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer



Brand Ambassador (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)

IELLO Games – In 2017, Alison became the brand ambassador for IELLO Games, the makers of such tabletop board games as King of Tokyo, Mountains of Madness, and Arena: For the Gods! Alison’s love of gaming, and experience with board games, made her the perfect choice to represent IELLO at various events. While this role has been primarily that of an in-person presenter, representing IELLO at various conventions and events, Alison has been interviewed (as the IELLO Brand Ambassador) by several 3rd Party agencies who actively review board games and the gaming community as a whole. More recently, IELLO has released web video promoting their various games, starring Alison.

IELLO Promotional Videos:

  • IELLO HiTech Commercial with Alison Haislip (2:11) (2017) – Youtube
  • ARENA: For the Gods! International Tabletop Day Promo (8:13) (2018) - Youtube (Please Note: Video is setup for stereo-vision playback on a VR viewer, resulting in jerky playback in the standard Youtube player in all resolutions except for 360p)

IELLO Brand Ambassador Interviews

  • GenCon 50 – Gaming Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana, that ran from August 17-20, 2017.
    • The Gaming Gang Visits Alison Haislip at IELLO Games (12:23) (2017) – Youtube
    • GameWire Interview with Alison Haislip from IELLO Games (10:36) (2017) – Youtube
    • The Voice of E: Alison Haislip Talks Gaming at Gen Con 50 (11:43) (2017) – Youtube
    • The Dice Tower: Interview with Alison Haislip – IELLO Brand Ambassador (7:07) (2017) – Youtube
    • TWIST Gaming: IELLO Interview with Alison Haislip – Gen Con (13:48) (2017) – Youtube
    • Never Bored Gaming: Alison Haislip – GenCon 50 Interview (5:57) (2017) – Youtube

  • PAX Unplugged 2017 – Gaming Convention held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that ran from November 17-19, 2017.
    • Roll for Crit: Alison Haislip Interview – PAX Unplugged (10:30) (2017) – Youtube
    • Obsessive Comics Disorder: Interview with Alison Haislip @ PAX Unplugged 2017 (8:57) (2017) – Youtube
    • The Dice Tower: Interview with Alison Haislip (IELLO) – PAX Unplugged 2017 (13:09) (2017) – Youtube
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Guest Appearances (Participant or Panelist, Non-Acting/Interview)



Television Series (Participant or Panelist)


The Price is Right – Television game show franchise that began in 1956 and which was hosted by Bob Barker from 1972 to 2006. Alison was a contestant on the program during 2005, and won the Showcase Showdown – a Chrysler Sebring.

  • The Price is Right: Season 34, Episode 3373K (Taped July 25, 2005, Aired October 19, 2005) – No Source Online.


Big Morning Buzz Live – a live daily morning news and pop culture talk show on the VH1 Network, that ran from 2011 to 2015. The show was broadcast on weekday mornings and featured entertainment news, celebrity interviews, and musical performances by guests. Alison appeared as a panelist on the show on least three occasions: twice while Carrie Keagan was the host of the show, and again when Nick Lachey was host of the show. Unfortunately, no video records of the episodes still exist online.

  • Big Morning Buzz Live: Kevin Smith & Jason Mewes / Jason Derulo / Gin Blossoms (no information) (2013) – No Online Source
  • Big Morning Buzz Live: Chris Colfer / Jackson Rathbone / Laura Govan / Tamia (no information) (2012) – No Online Source
  • Big Morning Buzz Live: Andrew McCarthy / Natalie Coughlin / Boys Like Girls (no information) (2012-2013) – No Online Source
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Guest Appearances (Participant or Panelist, Non-Acting/Interview)



Television Specials (Participant or Panelist)


Doctor Who Best Of Specials – though technically classified as a “Television Series”, based on the infrequency of their release and the nature of the program, I’m listing these as “Television Specials”. During 2011 and 2012, the BBC America channel created nine Doctor Who specials, that when broadcasted were roughly an hour apiece, and dealt with various subjects within the “Whoniverse”. The format for each was that a topic was introduced, and then a panel discussion with the viewer was initiated, where clips from various celebrity fans were shown, each discussing their own personal opinions or knowledge concerning the subject. The first set of specials released in 2011 were strictly “Best Of” specials, listing off subjects like “The Best Doctor”, “The Best Monster”, “The Best Companions”, etc. However, when the second round of specials were released in 2012, the topics became less about the series and more about the people, places, and science within the “Whoniverse”. It was during this “2nd Season” that Alison appeared on four of the five specials broadcast on BBC America, discussing her love, knowledge, and opinions regarding the show.

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Guest Appearances (Participant or Panelist, Non-Acting/Interview)



Web-based Series (Participant or Panelist)


Part 1: 2008-2014


The All-New Game Show – an interactive internet television show that covered video game and gaming industry news, with special guests occasionally coming onto the show, and several reoccurring segments throughout its broadcast run. The show originally aired live on theStream.tv, with an edited version archived on their website. The show’s hosts were Jim Festante, David “Gweedz” Guida, and Nikole Zivalich, with Brian Gramo directing and running the behind-the-scenes technical portion of the show, as well as occasionally appearing on-screen. After the show’s third season, it was cancelled due to lack of funding. Alison appeared repeatedly throughout the show’s broadcast history, and even took over as director on one episode of the show.

  • Ep. 117, Aug 6, 2008 – "Maximum Haislip" (29:58) (2008) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 119, Aug 20, 2008 – "Going Green" (28:58) (2008) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 121, Sept 17, 2008 – "Nikole Unleashed" (25:00) (2008) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 126, Nov 12, 2008 – "Totally Gears" (30:00) (2008) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 207, May 8, 2009 – "Passing Diesel" (30:02) (2008) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 219, Oct 3, 2009 – "7 Reactions to Olivia Munn's Nude Billboard" (29:59) (2009) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Ep. 315, May 11, 2010 – "Iron… Man, Really?" (30:37) (2010) – Revision3 and Youtube
  • Ep. 317, June 1, 2010 – "Totally Rad Show" (29:58) (2010) – Revision3 and Youtube and Youtube
  • Ep. 318, June 15, 2010 – "Blurry" (36:15) (2010) – Revision3 and Youtube
  • Ep. 319, June 29, 2010 – "E3 Recap" (27:15) (2010) – Revision3 and Youtube and Youtube
  • Ep. 320, July 6, 2010 – "Where's the Frakkin' Ammo?" (37:55) (2010) – Revision3 and Youtube
  • Ep. 320a, July 6, 2010 – "Starscream Jesus Uncut - Part 1" (41:17) (2010) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 320b, July 6, 2010 – "Starscream Jesus Uncut - Part 2" (41:31) (2010) – Dailymotion
  • Ep. 321, July 13, 2010 – "Naughty Bear" (26:53) (2010) – Revision3 and Youtube (This episode was directed by Alison)
  • Ep. 404, Aug 1, 2011 – "Alison Haislip Reviews From Dust" (31:49) (2011) – Youtube
  • Ep. 408, Sept 26, 2011 – "Gears of War 3, Alison Haislip, and Gweedz DIES!" (36:31) (2011) – Youtube
  • Show Clip: Alison has a Jersey Accent (0:51) (2011) – Youtube
  • Show Clip: Alison Blooper Dance Party (2:16) (2011) – Youtube
  • The Game Show Sizzle Reel (2:01) (2011) – Youtube


The Real Cool Club – an interactive variety show hosted by Ethan Newberry and Lindsay Harbert, where celebrity guests would join them for improv scenes, songs, etc. which were put to them by the viewing audience through chat. The program aired on theStream.tv, and viewers could submit questions and challenges for the hosts and guests to perform. Alison appeared on one episode of the program in 2009.

  • The Real Cool Club #118: Alison Haislip (39:53) (2009) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Show Clip: Alison Haislip gives Ethan a noogie/headlock (0:55) (2009) – Youtube


What’s Trending – a web television series developed and hosted by Shira Lazar, and broadcast live on their Youtube channel. The program is in the style of a talk show, with different featured segments - guests are interviewed, daily “trending” videos are viewed and discussed, and there are occasional performances by musical guests. Initially associated with CBS, the network split with the program in late 2011 and the program restructured to go from a weekly show to a daily one. Alison has appeared on the show on several occasions, even participating in the special web event, the “Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon” in December of 2012. Alison’s role on the program has been one of an interviewee, as well as a host/presenter, panelist, and participant.

  • Episode 21: October 4, 2011 (50:05) (2011) – Youtube (Full Episode) (Interviewee and Panelist)
  • Episode 21: Nick Kroll and Alison Haislip on What’s Trending (4:37) (2011) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • Episode 21: Cyberbullying – How Can We Stop It (4:21) (2011) – Youtube (Panelist)
  • Episode 21: Women Beat Men in Social Media (4:21) (2011) – Youtube (Panelist)
  • Episode 21: A Livestream Birth – Like/Dislike (5:58) (2011) – Youtube (Panelist)
  • Episode for July 13, 2012: Comic Con 2012 – Jay Mewes Previews Jay and Silent Bob App (7:32) (2012) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon (143:11) (2012) – Youtube (Host – Alison appears at 41:23)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon: Pentatonix Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High” (3:46) (2012) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Lonely Island YOLO Song Plus Top 5 Videos of 1/28/13 (3:52) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Lamorne Morris ("New Girl") on Season 2 Surprises, Drinking Games and Boastful Rap Lyrics (10:54) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Hannah Hart's Blind Taste Test vs. Lance Bass + Hello Harto Updates! (11:50) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 30, 2013: Gangnam Style (강남스타일) Paper Flipbook Plus Top 5 YouTube Videos of 1/30/13 (3:51) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 30, 2013: Best Super Bowl Ads Ever | The YouTube All Time Top 3 (1:57) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon 2014 (138:06) (2014) – Youtube (Participant) (Alison is seen responding to Tweets on the main stage for the 1st half of the event)


Chris Hardwick’s All-Star Celebrity Bowling – a web series hosted by Chris Hardwick, and put out through Nerdist, where Chris and a team of celebrities/personalities from the Nerdist group would play against a guest group of celebrities, typically from an organization, TV series, web series, or grouped together due to a common theme (i.e. Celebrity Chefs). Bowlers would play to win $10,000 for their selected charity. The series ran for 2 seasons, from 2012-2013.

  • Season 1, Episode 2 – Epic Meal Time & Hannah Hart VS Chris Hardwick (6:50) (2012) – Youtube


Totally Rad Show – part of Revision3, a multi-channel internet television network, the Totally Rad Show (TRS) was a video podcast that evolved from a weekly segment, to a daily segment, hosted by Alex Albrecht, Jeff Cannata, and Dan Trachtenberg. The show ran from 2007-2012.

  • American Reunion: Movie Review (16:46) (2012) – Youtube (Alison joins Alex Albrecht and Dan Trachtenberg in reviewing the film American Reunion, the sequel to American Pie)


FanWars – part of Stan Lee’s World of Heroes, which is on the Marvelous TV Youtube Channel, the FanWars series allowed opinionated fans a chance to “go toe to toe on the most pressing issues in the World of Heroes”. Fans would debate in front of host Jace Hall, and a panel of celebrity experts, concerning various comic book and pop-culture related topics. The series seems to have run for about 10 episodes in 2012. Alison only appeared on episode 8 of the web series.

  • FanWars: Episode 8 – Green Arrow VS Hawkeye – The Best with a Bow (10:46) (2012) – Youtube


TableTop – a web series created by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day, hosted by Wil Wheaton, and airing on the Geek & Sundry Network. Celebrities are invited onto the program, and usually after an explanation of one or more tabletop games, Wheaton and the group are filmed playing the game(s). Alison has shown that she is an avid tabletop gamer, and has appeared in multiple episodes throughout the series.

Note: In addition to the links listed below, this content is accessible via the new subscription service known as “Alpha”, which hosts content from both the Nerdist and Geek & Sundry networks in one location. Information concerning the service can be found here.



Screen Junkies Show – a panelist style web show, put out by the Screen Junkies Network on their webside and Youtube channel, and hosted by Hal Rudnick. Guests are invited onto the show to discuss a given topic such as the “best” movie in a given franchise, what is the ultimate movie showdown, or to discuss a given TV or film franchise. Alison has been on the show over several seasons, covering a variety of topics.

  • Season 1, Episode 25: Will X-Men Days of Future Past Suck? (7:10) (2013) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Season 2, Episode 7: WTF is Doctor Who? (6:35) (2013) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Season 3, Episode 5: SJS 1 Year Spectacular! (Ft. HISHE, CinemaSins, Nostalgia Critic, and more!) (8:57) (2013) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Season 3, Episode 16: Ultimate Fantasy Franchise Showdown! (7:49) (2013) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Season 4, Episode 23: Best Christopher Nolan Movie (10:58) (2014) – Youtube and Dailymotion


AfterBuzz TV – an online broadcast network created by E! host Maria Menounos and producer Keven Undergaro. The programs on the network are in the same style as post-game “after-shows”, where hosts and an eclectic and knowledgeable mix of celebrities, personalities, and industry professionals break down that night’s episode, take calls from fans, and interview guests. Alison appeared on an AfterBuzz episode for the program “So You Think You Can Dance”, both as an Interviewee, to discuss the then upcoming program “The Voice”, and as a Participant, demonstrating the proper way to do the tap-dance move, “The Time Step”.

  • So You Think You Can Dance After Show: Season 8, Episode 3 – “Los Angeles” (44:01) (2013) – Youtube and UStream.tv (Alison appears at 21:35)


The Daily ReHash – a daily news webisode on Ora TV (on-demand Web TV service that offers streaming television shows), the program covers what is trending on Twitter, Vines, and Facebook. While Ora.TV appears to still be operating, the Daily ReHash program seems to no longer be in operation. Based on videos posted on its Youtube and Dailymotion “Behind the Vine” account, the program operated from 2013 to late 2015. Alison appeared on the program in April of 2013, in response to the comedic video she did of reading the “Deranged Sorority Girl Email” for Pophangover.com (clip is linked in this section here). In this episode, Alison shows the viewers at home how to rant like a deranged sorority girl.



Line-by-Line – a series put out by Kevin Pereira’s production company, Super Creative, in 2014. In each video, guests (celebrities, rappers, web personalities, etc.) would analyze and decipher a given lyric from a rap song, trying to explain its meaning. Each episode featured several lyrics, typically from one or two performers. The series lasted for fourteen episodes, out of which Alison appeared in four of them.

  • Episode 2: E-40 – “Bitch” & “Function” (2:57) (2014) – Vimeo and Internet Archive
  • Episode 3: Beyoncé – “Drunk In Love” (2:28) (2014) – Vimeo and Internet Archive
  • Episode 4: 2 Chainz – “Yuck” & “What We Doin'” (2:24) (2014) – Internet Archive
  • Wiz Khalifa - We Dem Boyz + Rich Homie Quan – “Type of Way'” & “Party” () (2014) – Vimeo and Internet Archive (Video has issues w/ this copy)


FanSided’s Winter is Coming Live – web series put out by the FanSided Network, and airing on theStream.tv. The web series comprised of recapping each episode from the then current season of Game of Thrones, as they were aired, on a weekly basis. Alison first appeared as a guest in the recap for the episode titled “Oathkeeper”, which aired in 2014, during the show’s 4th Season. In 2015, the FanSided Network partnered with Entertainment Weekly to cross-promote the web series, and Alison joined Adam Rady and Xavier Brinkman to host the program’s coverage of the entire 5th Season of Game of Thrones.

Season 4 – 2014

  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Full Recap (32:00) (2014) – Dailymotion (Full Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Does Jaime Have Honor? (8:23) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Is Sansa Safe with Little Finger? (4:38) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Can the Tyrells Be Trusted? (5:40) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – Can Daenerys and Her Army Be Stopped? (4:39) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)
  • Season 4, Episode 4: “Oathkeeper” – What is Going to Happen at The Wall? (7:54) (2014) – Dailymotion (Clip from Episode – Guest Appearance by Alison)

Season 5 – 2015

  • Season 5, Episode 1: “The Wars to Come” – Recap (31:48) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 2: “The House of Black and White” – Recap (38:25) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 3: “High Sparrow” – Recap (34:13) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 4: “Sons of the Harpy” – Recap (38:24) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 5: “Kill the Boy” – Recap (38:18) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 6: “Unbowed, Unbent, Unbroken” – Recap (37:51) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 7: “The Gift” – Recap (39:56) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 8: “Hardhome” – Recap (42:04) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 9: “The Dance of Dragons” – Recap (38:54) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5, Episode 10: “Mother’s Mercy” – Recap (55:51) (2015) – Youtube
  • Season 5 – Entire Season Recap (1:08:52) (2015) – Youtube


Screen Junkies Movie Fights – a debate/panel-style talk show typically hosted by Andy Signore, in which three guests discuss, in a roundtable debate-style, various movie-related topics over the course of six rounds, with each episode lasting roughly an hour to an hour and a half. While the first five rounds allow each contestant the chance to make the argument as to why their answer is the best, the sixth round is a “Speed Round” with set time limits. The sixth round consists of five questions, and each contestant is given 15 seconds to make a claim for their answer, and 10 seconds to give their rebuttal against an opponent. When a contestant wins a round or “Speed Round” question, they are given a point, and the person with the most points at the end of the game, wins. Alison appeared on the program a total number of three times, from 2014 to 2016.

  • Season 1, Episode 9: New Star Wars Lightsaber – Awesome or Useless? (68:16) (2014) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Season 2, Episode 14: Who Should Play Young Han Solo? (72:00) (2015) – Youtube and Dailymotion and Dailymotion
  • Season 3, Episode 13: Best Movie of 2015? (98:54) (2016) – Youtube
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Guest Appearances (Participant or Panelist, Non-Acting/Interview)



Web-based Series (Participant or Panelist)


Part 2: 2015-Present

BUZZR - a digital multicast television network owned by FreemantleMedia North America. The network focuses on vintage game show television series, with over 40,000 game show episodes, including such iconic series as Family Feud, Let’s Make a Deal, What’s My Line, To Tell the Truth, and Match Game. In 2015, Alison appeared on BUZZR's Youtube channel, in a series of "Family Feud" episodes, as part of BUZZR's Season 4 of Youtube programming, which featured almost exclusively various Youtube personalities participating in the various competitions. Alison appeared on "Team Anonymous", with Maude Garrett, and team leader, Khail Anonymous.

  • BUZZR Season 4 Promo (1:06) (2015) - Youtube
  • Khail Anonymous VS. Adam Lyons - Family Feud (15:04) (2015) - Youtube
  • Khail Anonymous VS. Twinzies - Family Feud (15:53) (2015) - Youtube
  • Dangmattsmith VS. Khail Anonymous - Family Feud (16:17) (2015) - Youtube


Fandango All Access’s Movie3Some – a series from Fandango MOVIECLIPS, the show is an irreverent variety show, where anything goes, hosted primarily by Tiffany Smith and Kristian Harloff, with a rotating guest co-host. The hosts discuss recent movies, upcoming movies, box office results, trivia, play games, and basically have a lot of fun. Alison guest co-hosted an episode on the show in 2015.

  • Movie3Some: Episode 3 – Alison Haislip (6:59) (2015) – Youtube


Ranker: Funniest Video Game Deaths of All Time (2:52) (2015) – Youtube


Magic the Gathering: Spellslingers – a web series on the Geek & Sundry Network, that was active from 2013-2015. The series was hosted by Sean “Day9” Plott, who played the fantasy card game, Magic: The Gathering, against celebrity guests. Alison appeared in Season 3 of the series.



Titansgrave: The Ashes of Valkana – a live-action science fantasy RPG show created and hosted by Wil Wheaton, who serves as Game Master. In the show, Wheaton takes a group of four celebrity role players and their characters through the world of Valkana, where goblins wield laser rifles, dragons destroy hovercrafts, and great war machines plunder the land. There, our players must combat an ancient evil which is starting to stir, threatening the peace. The show is produced by Felicia Day’s Geek & Sundry multimedia production company and episodes are released either on the Geek & Sundry website or Youtube channel. Alison participated in the series as the character Kiliel. Currently, there has only been one season in 2015, but there has been talk of a second season being made, should scheduling conflicts between all the different people involved in the first season be overcome.

Note: In addition to the links listed below, this content is accessible via the new subscription service known as “Alpha”, which hosts content from both the Nerdist and Geek & Sundry networks in one location. Information concerning the service can be found here.



Stan Lee’s Comikaze All Year Long! – a talk-show web series, linked to Stan Lee’s L.A. Comic Con (formerly “Comikaze Expo” and “Stan Lee’s Comikaze Expo”). The program is hosted by Jon Schnepp, Keith Tralins, and Stephanie Pressman. Alison appeared on the program in 2016.

  • Cas Anvar, Alison Haislip & Jenna Busch on Comikaze All Year Long! (86:02) (2016) – Youtube (Full Episode)
  • Nerdist's Alison Haislip on Stan Lee's Comikaze All Year Long! (3:58) (2016) – Youtube
  • Cas Anvar, Alison Haislip & Jenna Busch Discuss Star Wars on Comikaze All Year Long! (5:00) (2016) – Youtube
  • Sneak Peek of Cas Anvar, Alison Haislip & Jenna Busch on Comikaze All Year Long! (1:10) (2016) – Youtube




Celebs React – web series that is part of Fullscreen.com’s video subscription service (available via their App) and created by the Fine Brothers. The series features various celebrities reacting to videos, typically grouped by theme in each episode. Themes have included pimple popping, baby metal, and viral videos. Alison has only appeared in one episode, during Season 1. Episode 3: Family Time and More

  • Season 1, Episode 3: Family Time and More (26:23) (2016) – Fullscreen.com (Subscription Required)
  • Celebs React: Try Not to Flinch Challege (5:47) (2016) – Youtube and Dailymotion (Contains clips from the “Family Time and More” episode)


Escape! – a web series hosted by Janet Varney and produced by the Geek & Sundry Network. The premise of the show is that four celebrity guests are placed in an “escape room” scenario – a physical adventure game in which the players solve a series of puzzles using clues, hints and strategy to complete an objective or objectives and “escape the room” within a set time-limit.

Note: In addition to the links listed below, this content is accessible via the new subscription service known as “Alpha”, which hosts content from both the Nerdist and Geek & Sundry networks in one location. Information concerning the service can be found here.

  • Episode 6: Amber Benson, Alison Haislip, Dan Casey, & Josh McDermitt Escape Prison! (25:50) (2017) – Youtube and Geek & Sundry
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« Reply #39 on: December 05, 2017, 03:29:09 AM »

Guest Appearances (Participant or Panelist, Non-Acting/Interview)



Web-based Specials and Events (Participant)


Nerd Machine at Call of Duty Experience – a special “one-off” video clip highlighting the live-action Call of Duty Experience in Los Angeles (also known as Call of Duty: XP), that took place in 2011. In the clip, Zac Levi, Scott Porter, and Alison are taken on a live-action Call of Duty mission, off-roading in Jeeps, going through a mock-up of a town, and entering combat with soldiers to undergo a mission to retrieve a bomb. This segment has no “Host” or “Presenter”, and just appears to be an edited combination of GoPro footage from Zac and the inside of the Jeep, along with footage shot from a camera crew at the event using a long-distance lense, specifically to record patrons on the “ride”, without their knowledge and breaking the illusion of being in a Call of Duty combat situation. This appears to be the only coverage by Nerd Machine of the event.

  • Nerd Machine at Call of Duty Experience (1:59) (2011) – Youtube


Firefall Fest – a multi-day event, held in 2012, by Red 5 Studios, to promote their sci-fi MMO open world shooter, Firefall. The game was still in development at the time of the livestream event, and over the course of six days, various celebrities were invited to play the game. Alison appeared on the last day of the event, playing with Nathan Fillion. Unfortunately, as of July 7, 2017 – the game was officially shut down by Red 5 Studios.

  • Firefall Fest: Day 6 – Nathan Fillion & Alison Haislip (179:55) (2012) – Youtube
  • Firefall Fest: Day 6 Highlights – Nathan Fillion & Alison Haislip (1:54) (2012) – Youtube
  • Firefall Fest: Behind the Scenes (4:28) (2012) – Youtube


The 3rd Annual Streamy Awards – an awards show, presented by the International Academy of Web Television, honoring web television series. The event was held on February 17, 2013, at the Hollywood Palladium in Los Angeles, California, with Chris Hardwick hosting the presentation. As with similar award shows, like the Oscars or the Emmys, web series for that year are broken down into various categories (i.e. Best Direction, Best Host, Best Cinematography, etc.), with shows/series/actors/etc. being nominated and a winner chosen. It was during this time that Alison was nominated for her role on Battlegrounds, the Hulu original program, in the category of “Best Female Performance in a Drama”.

  • The 3rd Annual Streamy Awards Full Show (80:21) (2013) – Youtube (The category presentation starts at timecode 1:02:00 and Alison first appears shortly after)



International Tabletop Day - a yearly event started in 2013 by Felicia Day's multimedia production company, Geek & Sundry. The event was put together to both promote tabletop gaming, bringing together people to play as a group activity, around the world, as well as a fundraising event to raise money for a specified charity. The videostream event is a combination of footage from various participating events situated around the world, as well as live video footage of gameplay events held at the G&S studios. Since its inception, Alison has appeared on several (if not all) of the International Tabletop Day streams, typically as a guest that's been invited on to participate in one of the G&S gameplay sessions at the studio location. With the advent of her role as Brand Ambassador of IELLO Board Games, she has also appeared in promotional video material, both for the company and for the event.

Note: In addition to the links listed below, this content is accessible via the new subscription service known as “Alpha”, which hosts content from both the Nerdist and Geek & Sundry networks in one location. Information concerning the service can be found here.

  • International Tabletop Day 2013 Primary Feed - Forthcoming
  • International Tabletop Day 2014, Krosmaster: Arena (42:24) (2014) – Youtube and Geek & Sundry
  • International Tabletop Day 2015 Primary Feed - Forthcoming
  • International Tabletop Day 2016 Primary Feed - Forthcoming
  • International Tabletop Day 2017 Primary Feed - Forthcoming
  • International Tabletop Day 2018:
    • ARENA: For the Gods! International Tabletop Day Promo (8:13) (2018) - Youtube (Please Note: Video is setup for stereo-vision playback on a VR viewer, resulting in jerky playback in the standard Youtube player in all resolutions except for 360p)
    • International Tabletop Day 2018 Primary Feed - Forthcoming


HALO Foundation 48-Hour Charity Stream on Hyper RPG – in April of 2017, Hyper RPG broadcast a 48-hour long charity stream on their Twitch channel, raising funds and awareness for the HALO (Helping Art Liberate Orphans) Foundation. The stream included a mixture of video games and board games being played by a variety of celebrity guests, including Alison. Alison appeared on the stream, playing the game titled “Secret Hitler”.

  • HALO Charity Stream: Secret Hitler & Malika gets DUNKED! (143:33) (2017) – Youtube and Hyper RPG’s VOD Archive on Twitch (Please note – Alison appears in the first half of this segment, and is not in the second half. She leaves at timecode 1:13:28)
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Guest Appearances (Participant or Panelist, Non-Acting/Interview)



Conventions, Expos, and Trade Shows (Panelist)

Conversations for a Cause: Nerd HQ 2011 – a series of charity panel events held by Zac Levi’s Nerd Machine group at “Nerd HQ” during San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). The panels feature special guests who are invited to come on and discuss their projects, answering questions, and interacting with fans in a more relaxed, intimate setting than those at the SDCC venue. The “Conversations for a Cause” series is actually a fundraiser, where the money raised from ticket sales goes to Operation Smile, a non-profit medical service organization which provides cleft lip and palate repair surgeries for children worldwide, as well as developing and administering educational programs related to cleft issues. Nerd HQ began the “Conversations” series during their first year at Comic-Con, in 2011, and Alison appeared in a multi-guest panel with several other celebrities/actors.

  • Conversation with the Friends of the Nerdolution – Nerd HQ (62:31) (2011) – Youtube


WonderCon 2012 – in 2012, Alison participated on the Nerdist Panel at WonderCon, held at the Anaheim Convention Center, in Anaheim, California. While there is no official video of the panel, either on the Nerdist channel or any other media outlet, the event was captured (in segments) by people using their smart phones. Some of these clips are large, ranging from 7-10 minutes, others are only a few seconds long.

  • Nerdist Panel opening at WonderCon 2012: Part 1 (7:39) (2012) – Youtube
  • Nerdist Panel at WonderCon 2012: Part 2 (10:24) (2012) – Youtube
  • Nerdist Panel at WonderCon 2012: Making Fun of Secret Circle – Part 1 (1:42) (2012) – Youtube
  • Nerdist Panel at WonderCon 2012: Making Fun of Secret Circle – Part 2 (0:57) (2012) – Youtube
  • Nerdist Panel at WonderCon 2012: Angry Birds Toy Being Thrown (0:30) (2012) – Youtube


PanelsOnPages.com: Nerdist Industries Panel at C2E2 ’12 (49:55) (2012) – Youtube

Conversations for a Cause: Nerd HQ 2015 – a series of charity panel events held by Zac Levi’s Nerd Machine group at “Nerd HQ” during San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). The panels feature special guests who are invited to come on and discuss their projects, answering questions, and interacting with fans in a more relaxed, intimate setting than those at the SDCC venue. The “Conversations for a Cause” series is actually a fundraiser, where the money raised from ticket sales goes to Operation Smile, a non-profit medical service organization which provides cleft lip and palate repair surgeries for children worldwide, as well as developing and administering educational programs related to cleft issues. In 2015, Nerd Machine partnered with IGN to livestream the various Nerd HQ events and content to people who could not attend. Additionally, the venue for Nerd HQ was the New Children’s Museum in Downtown San Diego – this was the first time Nerd HQ was held at this location. Alison appeared in several of the “Conversations for a Cause” panels during the 2015 event.

  • Nerd HQ 2015: A Conversation with Battlebots (49:38) (2015) – Youtube
  • Nerd HQ 2015: A Conversation with Con Man (49:39) (2015) – Youtube
  • Nerd HQ 2015: A Conversation with the Nerds of Pop Culture (48:31) (2015) – Youtube
  • Nerd HQ 2015: Alton Brown, Zach Lipovski "Inspiration" (Nerds of Pop Culture Panel Highlight) (3:38) (2015) – Youtube

The Entire Daily Recorded Stream from the IGN feed (please note playback issues have been reported on these – so only use if you want to peruse the whole day’s events at Nerd HQ.)

  • Nerd HQ 2015 – Day 1 (697:57) (2015) – Youtube (Battlebots Conversation starts at timecode 1:57:26)
  • Nerd HQ 2015 – Day 2 (661:56) (2015) – Youtube (Con Man Conversation starts at timecode 5:23:18)
  • Nerd HQ 2015 – Day 3 (587:04) (2015) – Youtube (Nerds of Pop Culture Conversation starts at timecode 5:16:46)


Con Man Panel at SDCC 2015 (90:20) (2015) – Youtube


Conversations for a Cause: Nerd HQ 2016 – a series of charity panel events held by Zac Levi’s Nerd Machine group at “Nerd HQ” during San Diego Comic-Con (SDCC). The panels feature special guests who are invited to come on and discuss their projects, answering questions, and interacting with fans in a more relaxed, intimate setting than those at the SDCC venue. The “Conversations for a Cause” series is actually a fundraiser, where the money raised from ticket sales goes to Operation Smile, a non-profit medical service organization which provides cleft lip and palate repair surgeries for children worldwide, as well as developing and administering educational programs related to cleft issues. In 2016, Nerd Machine livestreamed the various “Conversations” throughout the day, via their Facebook page, and were sponsored by AMD, Xbox, and Alienware. Once again, the venue for Nerd HQ was the New Children’s Museum in Downtown San Diego. Alison appeared in Con Man “Conversations for a Cause” panel during the 2016 event.

  • Nerd HQ 2016: A Conversation with the Cast of Con Man (42:00) (2016) – Youtube


NYCC 2015 – Con Man: A Series 13 Years in the Making (63:57) (2015) – Youtube


Con Man Panel at SDCC 2016 (22:54) (2016) – Youtube
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Brand Ambassador (Interviewee)

IELLO Games – In 2017, Alison became the brand ambassador for IELLO Games, the makers of such tabletop board games as King of Tokyo, Mountains of Madness, and Arena: For the Gods! Alison’s love of gaming, and experience with board games, made her the perfect choice to represent IELLO at various events. While this role has been primarily that of an in-person presenter, representing IELLO at various conventions and events, Alison has been interviewed (as the IELLO Brand Ambassador) by several 3rd Party agencies who actively review board games and the gaming community as a whole. More recently, IELLO has released web video promoting their various games, starring Alison.

IELLO Brand Ambassador Interviews

  • GenCon 50 – Gaming Convention held in Indianapolis, Indiana, that ran from August 17-20, 2017.
    • The Gaming Gang Visits Alison Haislip at IELLO Games (12:23) (2017) – Youtube
    • GameWire Interview with Alison Haislip from IELLO Games (10:36) (2017) – Youtube
    • The Voice of E: Alison Haislip Talks Gaming at Gen Con 50 (11:43) (2017) – Youtube
    • The Dice Tower: Interview with Alison Haislip – IELLO Brand Ambassador (7:07) (2017) – Youtube
    • TWIST Gaming: IELLO Interview with Alison Haislip – Gen Con (13:48) (2017) – Youtube

  • PAX Unplugged 2017 – Gaming Convention held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, that ran from November 17-19, 2017.
    • Roll for Crit: Alison Haislip Interview – PAX Unplugged (10:30) (2017) – Youtube
    • Obsessive Comics Disorder: Interview with Alison Haislip @ PAX Unplugged 2017 (8:57) (2017) – Youtube
    • The Dice Tower: Interview with Alison Haislip (IELLO) – PAX Unplugged 2017 (13:09) (2017) – Youtube
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Television Series (Guest Appearance, Interviewee)

Nightcap - a late night comedy/interview television show that was produced by the film and television department at Chapman University in Orange County, California, and aired on Time Warner Cable. The program was staffed and hosted by students at Chapman University, and Alison appeared on the show in 2009, while it was hosted by Mike Alfaro, also known by the nickname "Guata" due to him being from Guatemala. Alfaro would eventually spin off his experience on the program into an interview webseries named "Hey Guata!", which Alison appeared on in 2016. More information can be found in the Web Series (Guest Appearance, Interviewee) section.

  • Alison Haislip Interview on Nightcap (6:54) (2009) – Youtube


Fox Fight Games – a Mixed Martial Arts sports talk-show and news show with Mike Straka. Alison appeared on an episode back in 2010 to discuss MMA.

  • Mike Straka, Frankie Edgar and Alison Haislip Talk MMA (8:27) (2010) – Youtube


Last Call with Carson Daly (4:29) (2011) – No Source Online. (Video was hosted on the now-defunct company ThePlatform.com by NBC, and is no longer playable)


TakePart Live – a nightly news show that had a combination talk show and panel show format. Guests were invited on to discuss matters related to important issues of the day, and both hosts and guests interacted with viewers throughout the show. The show premiered on the Pivot TV network in mid-2013, and eventually was cancelled in December of 2014, due to high production costs. Alison appeared on the show in July 2014, along with fellow guests Gigi Edgley and Evan Rachel Wood. While the episode was not archived and no copy can be found online, this excerpt from the episode still exists.

  • Episode 3.46: Geek Girl Posers & Women in Sci-Fi (2:50) (2014) – Youtube
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Web Series (Guest Appearance, Interviewee)


YourUpdate.TV – a now defunct social media portal that allowed organizations to share their content. In 2011, Alison was interviewed by Pamela Dollak, concerning mobile barcodes (QR codes), as part of a promotion Alison was part of, with AT&T.

  • Pamela Dollak Interviews Alison Haislip about Mobile Barcodes (4:31) (2011) – Youtube


The RadNerd Show – an online interview show that was hosted by Beau Ryan, and held at Meltdown Comics. The series ran from 2011 to 2012 and included interviews with various actors, actresses, and Internet personalities. Alison was interviewed for an episode in early May of 2011. Episode numbering varies – this episode is alternately numbered as “Episode 22” (IMDB) and “Episode 4.5” (Archival Youtube page).

  • The RadNerd Show: Episode 22 (4.5) (24:07) (2011) – Alisonhaislip.com (This is the ONLY source left online for this complete video interview – Youtube copy was pulled for TOS violation)
  • RadNerd Sizzle Reel 2013 (2:07) (2013) – Youtube (Compilation video, is the only other source containing ANY footage of Alison’s interview w/ Beau Ryan)

Stream, Lose, or Draw – Web game show hosted by Brian Gramo, founder of theStream.tv, the game closely resembled Pictionary. The artist would draw a picture, and the viewers in the chat channel would guess what the artist is drawing, with the first person to answer correctly winning a prize. Alison only appeared on one episode of the program.

  • Alison Haislip of NBC's The Voice on Stream Lose or Draw (Full Episode) (17:31) (2011) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Show Clip: Alison Haislip from NBC's the Voice Explains What a "V Correspondent" Does on Stream, Lose, or Draw (Clip) (0:43) (2011) – Youtube and Dailymotion
  • Show Clip: Alison Haislip Tells a Fan to Shut Up (Clip) (0:22) (2011) – Youtube and Dailymotion


What’s Trending – a web television series developed and hosted by Shira Lazar, and broadcast live on their Youtube channel. The program is in the style of a talk show, with different featured segments - guests are interviewed, daily “trending” videos are viewed and discussed, and there are occasional performances by musical guests. Initially associated with CBS, the network split with the program in late 2011 and the program restructured to go from a weekly show to a daily one. Alison has appeared on the show on several occasions, even participating in the special web event, the “Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon” in December of 2012. Alison’s role on the program has been one of an interviewee, as well as a host/presenter and participant.

  • Episode 21: October 4, 2011 (50:05) (2011) – Youtube (Full Episode) (Interviewee)
  • Episode 21: Nick Kroll and Alison Haislip on What’s Trending (4:37) (2011) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • Episode 21: Cyberbullying – How Can We Stop It (4:21) (2011) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • Episode 21: Women Beat Men in Social Media (4:21) (2011) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • Episode 21: A Livestream Birth – Like/Dislike (5:58) (2011) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • Episode for July 13, 2012: Comic Con 2012 – Jay Mewes Previews Jay and Silent Bob App (7:32) (2012) – Youtube (Interviewee)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon (143:11) (2012) – Youtube (Host) (Alison appears at 41:23)
  • 1st Annual Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon: Pentatonix Sing “Angels We Have Heard on High” (3:46) (2012) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Lonely Island YOLO Song Plus Top 5 Videos of 1/28/13 (3:52) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Lamorne Morris ("New Girl") on Season 2 Surprises, Drinking Games and Boastful Rap Lyrics (10:54) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 28, 2013: Hannah Hart's Blind Taste Test vs. Lance Bass + Hello Harto Updates! (11:50) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 30, 2013: Gangnam Style (강남스타일) Paper Flipbook Plus Top 5 YouTube Videos of 1/30/13 (3:51) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Episode for January 30, 2013: Best Super Bowl Ads Ever | The YouTube All Time Top 3 (1:57) (2013) – Youtube (Host)
  • Tube-a-Tweet-a-Thon 2014 (138:06) (2014) – Youtube (Participant) (Alison is seen responding to Tweets on the main stage for the 1st half of the event)


The Indoor Kids – web series with Kumail Nanjiani and Emily V. Gordon, where guests are invited on to discuss their connection with things they are passionate about, ranging from video games to comic books to TV and movies.

  • LIMBO with the Indoor Kids (11:44) (2012) – Youtube


TableTop – a web series created by Wil Wheaton and Felicia Day, hosted by Wil Wheaton, and airing on the Geek & Sundry Network. Celebrities are invited onto the program, and usually after an explanation of one or more tabletop games, Wheaton and the group are filmed playing the game(s). Alison has shown that she is an avid tabletop gamer, and has appeared in multiple episodes throughout the series.

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Cocktails with Stan – an interview web series which was hosted by Stan Lee and Jenna Busch, in which a guest would be invited onto the show, and then be interviewed by Stan and Jenna, while drinking cocktails. The show aired for three seasons, from 2012-2013, on the MarvelousTV Youtube Channel. Alison appeared as a guest during the second season of the series.

  • Season 2, Episode 9: Alison Haislip (9:08) (2012) – Youtube


AfterBuzz TV – an online broadcast network created by E! host Maria Menounos and producer Keven Undergaro. The programs on the network are in the same style as post-game “after-shows”, where hosts and an eclectic and knowledgeable mix of celebrities, personalities, and industry professionals break down that night’s episode, take calls from fans, and interview guests. Alison appeared on an AfterBuzz episode for the program “So You Think You Can Dance”, both as an Interviewee, to discuss the then upcoming program “The Voice”, and as a Participant, demonstrating the proper way to do the tap-dance move, “The Time Step”.

  • So You Think You Can Dance After Show: Season 8, Episode 3 – “Los Angeles” (44:01) (2013) – Youtube and UStream.tv (Alison appears at 21:35)


Chaotic Awesome – a web series hosted by Michele Morrow and Chloe Dykstra that ran for 15 episodes in 2014. The series was a variety and talk-show format with a mixture of different topics of fun/interest. Segments dealt with topics of nerd culture such as cosplay, video game news, advances in science, up and coming “geeks”, etc. as well as occasional field pieces with the hosts. The series was one of several produced by BiteSizeTV, who at the time was a web content developer. Since then, the company has transitioned toward being more of a production facility – providing studio locations for various Internet and Television shows in the Los Angeles area. Because of this changeover, the company deleted its Youtube channel, and shows uploaded onto the channel (such as Chaotic Awesome) were deleted as well. Alison only ever appeared in one episode of the series.

  • Episode 11 (no information) (2014) – No Source Online.


Talking Marriage with Ryan Bailey – a comedy web series stylized as an Internet talk show devoted to “all things marriage”, hosted by Ryan Bailey, the “world’s foremost marriage expert”. Alison appeared during the show’s first season, in an episode where Ryan Bailey was getting roasted.



That Internet Show – an Internet talk show hosted by writer, producer, and actor – Bradley Hasemeyer, with an emphasis on various social media platforms, and the interesting people who love and create amazing digital content. In each show, Hasemeyer would interview a guest and then do something/perform a challenge. The show ran from 2014-2015, and was released on Hasemeyer’s Youtube channel. Alison appeared in one episode of the show and discussed a variety of topics concerning her life.

  • That Internet Show: Episode 5 – Alison Haislip (10:09) (2014) – Youtube (Full Episode)
  • That Internet Show Extras: Alison Haislip’s Mad Libs Music (1:28) (2014) – Youtube
  • That Internet Show Extras: Alison Haislip in High School (3:39) (2014) – Youtube
  • That Internet Show Extras: Alison Haislip Loves Atari (1:10) (2014) – Youtube
  • That Internet Show Extras: Alison Haislip Sounds Off (0:44) (2014) – Youtube


Jedi Alliance – originally the official Star Wars podcast of the Schmoes Know Movies Network, and hosted by Ken Napzok and Maude Garrett, the show eventually transitioned over to the Popcorn Talk Network, where it was hosted by Mark Donica, Alexis Torres & Michael Young II. The show was a video podcast (vodcast) which ran from August 2014 to August 2017, where the hosts and guests would discuss all things Star Wars, debating points, having in-depth discussions, with trivia, comedy games, etc. Alison appeared early in the show’s run as one of the first guests on the vodcast, when Ken Napzok and Maude Garrett hosted the prograb on the Schmoes Know Movie Network, back in 2014.

  • Jedi Alliance #6: Alison Haislip (54:30) (2014) – Youtube and Youtube


The Josh Macuga Show – an online talk show, hosted by Josh Macuga, and featuring interviews and games with Hollywood's best and brightest comedians, YouTube stars, and entertainment personalities. The show was formerly known as “Between the Sheets”, and Alison has appeared as a guest in both incarnations of the show.

  • Between the Sheets: Episode 65 (30:39) (2014) – Youtube
  • The Josh Macuga Show: I Like Intense Eyes (35:38) (2017) – Youtube

CNET: Tomorrow Daily – a tech-based web series created by CNET TV, and hosted by Ashley Esqueda and Jeff Cannata. The show premiered in 2014 and ceased in 2016. Alison appeared in Episode 306 of the show, in January of 2016.

  • Tomorrow Daily, Episode 306: Alison Haislip on Video Games, Escape Rooms and Elon Musk (42:10) (2016) – Youtube


Hey Guata! - An interview web series hosted by creator Mike Alfaro, nicknamed "Guata" as he is from Guatemala. Alfaro/Guata interviewed Alison in mid-June of 2016, regarding her time on Battlebots, as well as her time at AOTS. This series is actually the second such series hosted by Alfaro, who got his start hosting the Chapman University television program "Nightcap", during 2008-2009. Alison appeared on Nightcap in 2009, during her time at AOTS, and was also interviewed by Alfaro/Guata. More information regarding the Nightcap appearance can be found in the Television Series (Guest Appearance, Interviewee) section.

  • Hey Guata ft. Alison Haislip from Battlebots! (15:10) (2016) - Youtube


Kingdom Geek – a pop culture discussion and interview podcast/web series that is part of Fullscreen.com’s video subscription service (available via their App). The series is hosted by Andre Meadows and Katie Wilson, who discuss geek culture, fantasy, sci-fi, and current TV shows with their fellow fans and celebrity guests. Alison has only appeared on one of the episodes of the series.

  • Episode 3: Summer Movies w/ Alison Haislip (66:00) (2016) – Fullscreen.com (Subscription Required)
  • Clip from Kingdom Geek Episode: Captain America (2:02) (2016) – Youtube
  • All-Stars Trailer (0:38) (2016) – Youtube (Contains brief clip from episode)


PWR’d by Geek Bomb – an interview web series by Maude Garrett for her Geek Bomb site/channel. PWR’d is actually an abbreviation for Playing, Watching, Reading, and Doing – which is what Maude Garrett asks her guests on the program. Alison appeared on the web series back in late January of 2017.

  • PWR’d by Geek Bomb: Alison Haislip (21:47) (2017) – Youtube

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Web-based Specials and Events (Interviewee)


Audi #PaidMyDues Campaign – a 6-hour livestream event to promote the Audi A3. The event incorporated a select line-up of creators (artists, comedians, musicians, actors, etc.) interacting with the online audience in real time, turning tweets into artwork/creations/performances, with the work being broadcast live. Alison is seen participating in one of the Social Campaign segments.

  • Alison Haislip – #PaidMyDues Interview (3:05) (2014) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Audi #PaidMyDues (8:40) (2014) – Vimeo (Alison’s clip appears briefly during the montage sequence)
  • Audi #PaidMyDues Social Campaign (3:27) (2014) – Vimeo (Alison’s clip appears briefly during the montage sequence, upper right corner)
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Radio and Podcast (Guest Appearance, Interviewee)

The Nerdiest Kids (nerdiest-kids.com) Interview (17:47) (2009) – Vimeo

Acting Up w/ Skyler Caleb & Steve Moulton Radio Interview (8:03) (2009) – Youtube (interview highlights only – full audio show w/ interview can be heard here)

Acting Up w/ Skyler Caleb & Steve Moulton Radio Interview w/ Alison & Chris Hardwick (9:39) (2010) – Youtube (interview highlights only, they discuss and do lines from the movie “Waking”)

Loveline – formerly a syndicated radio call-in program, Loveline is a podcast offering medical and relationship advice to listeners, often with the assistance of guests to the program. For most of its run, the program was hosted by Dr. Drew Pinsky, and over the years has had several co-hosts assist with the program. The format for the show follows the call-in question-and-answer model with the primary goal of helping youth and young adults with relationship, sexuality, and drug addiction problems. Alison appeared on the show in May of 2012, when Dr. Drew Pinsky hosted, along with co-hosts Simone Bienne and Michael Catherwood.

  • Loveline Live w/ Alison Haislip (119:45) (2012) – UStream.tv


New Game+ – a college radio show on WXAV, hosted by St. Xavier University in Chicago. The program discussed video games and was run by Dan Landuyt, Andre Alexander, Jamie Hasty, and Mikey Burns. Unfortunately, the website and radio program are no longer around, but Alison was on the show on April 19, 2012. Despite intensive searching, the interview doesn’t appear to exist anymore. However, a video of her making a prank call to the show’s webmaster, Mikey Burns, is still around.

  • Alison Haislip Prank Call to New Game+ Webmaster (0:49) (2012) – Youtube

TradioV Los Angeles with David “The Nuzzy” Nussbaum – in January 2013, Alison appeared on an interview show hosted by David “The Nuzzy” Nussbaum, of the “Decently Funny with Nuzzy and the Guy” podcast. The interview show was hosted on TradioV Los Angeles, and in addition to Alison being there, Andy Dick, her fellow castmate from Division III: Football’s Finest, was also interviewed with her. Topics covered included Alison's time on the Voice, the G4 changeover to Esquire TV, Division III (which is why Andy Dick stopped by), Alison's natural hair color, voice acting (said she's up for doing a spot on Robot Chicken if she was offered one), and the @AliMinus20 twitter account, among other things. Unfortunately, it appears that the episodes have since been pulled and Nuzzy’s interview show with TradioV is no longer around.

  • David “The Nuzzy” Nussbaum Interview on TradioV Los Angeles (no information) (2013) – No Source Online


Pointless Podcast – a podcast hosted by Kevin Pereira, where guests are invited on to discuss topics ranging from culture, the news, tech, drugs, history, etc. The podcast was originally started in 2012 on the Deathsquad podcast network, and has since transitioned over to Kevin’s own production company/network – Super Creative. Alison has appeared on the podcast at least twice since its creation in 2012: once during the show’s tenure at Deathsquad, and once after the show transitioned over to Super Creative.

  • Pointless Podcast: Ep. 16 – Alison Haislip (96:55) (2013) – Youtube and Vimeo and UStream.tv
  • Pointless Podcast: Ep. 66 – Alison Haislip (69:09) (2014) – Youtube
  • Clip from Ep. 66: Alison Explains Nipple Cream (3:12) (2014) – Youtube

The Movie Crypt - a podcast hosted by genre filmmakers Adam Green and Joe Lynch on the GeekNation Network. In each weekly podcast, Green and Lynch interview a celebrity or other accomplished industry professional, having an extremely candid discussion that focuses on each guest's individual journey through Hollywood. Alison appeared as a guest on their 2nd Annual 48 Hour Marathon in 2017, held to raise funding for "Save a Yorkie Rescue". During the interview, a brief Facebook livestream was held by Adam Green.

  • The Movie Crypt 2nd Annual 48 Hour Marathon: Alison Haislip (5:17) (2017) - Facebook
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Documentary Movies and Mini-Series (Interviewee)


Pop Innovators Presents – a reality documentary series featuring celebrities that experts from the E! network have deemed as people who have reimagined popular culture. Each episode features some backstory about and exclusive interviews with folks who have earned the title, like Black Eyed Peas member will.i.am, actress Gwenyth Paltrow, and late-nite host Jimmy Fallon. Colleagues, friends, and members of their family are also interviewed. Alison appeared in the 2013 episode for Steve Jobs, and while it is unknown was a host or presenter for the series, based on what information is known (which is little, if any) we can at least infer that she was most likely someone interviewed on Jobs’ impact on society and the tech industry. Unfortunately, video from the documentary no longer exists online.

  • Pop Innovators Presents: Steve Jobs (no information) (2013) – No Sources Online


Video Games: The Movie – a feature-length documentary released in 2014. The movie aimed to educate audiences about how video games are made, marketed, and consumed by looking back at gaming history and culture through the eyes of game developers, publishers, and consumers. Produced by Mediajuice Studios, the film featured interviews with several individuals within the industry, as well as known gamers and celebrities such as Wil Wheaton, Hideo Kojima, Yoshinori Ono, and Chris Hardwick. Alison appears in several segments throughout the film.

  • Video Games: The Movie (101:09) (2014) – No Source Online, DVD Available on Amazon
  • Press Release & Trailer (2:45) (2014) – Youtube
  • Art vs. Science (3:04) (2014) – Youtube and Youtube
  • Video Games: The Movie – Official Kickstarter Trailer (3:25) (2014) – Youtube
  • Video Games: The Movie – Official Trailer (2:02) (2014) – Dailymotion
  • Video Games: The Movie, Movies on Demand Interview – Cliff Bleszinski & Jeremy Snead (1:57) (2014) – Youtube (Clip from Alison’s interview in movie shows up)
  • Video Games: The Movie, Production Diary 2 “Editing” (4:04) (2014) – Youtube (Clip from Alison’s interview in movie shows up)
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« Reply #47 on: December 05, 2017, 03:35:30 AM »

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Conventions, Expos, and Trade Shows (Interviewee)


Please Note: Any interviews of Alison, conducted while in her role of Brand Ambassador of IELLO Games, is in the separate Interview section, listed previously, and not listed in this section.


E3 Round-up Coverage – Nerdist News (6:18) (2013) – Youtube (Brief interview of Alison, by Dan Casey, on the E3 Floor. Alison appears at timecode 2:27)

Alison at GameSpot Live Stage Interview at SDCC 2013 (7:35) (2013) – Youtube

GamesRadar+ Loot Crate Interview at San Diego Comic Con 2015 (7:49) (2015) – Youtube

Next Level Shit: Future-Gaming at E3 (4:31) (2016) – Youtube (Brief interview of Alison, by Tiffany Smith, on the E3 Floor. Alison appears at timecode 3:02)
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« Reply #48 on: December 05, 2017, 03:36:21 AM »

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Red Carpet Interviews, Event Interviews, and Paparazzi Footage (Interviewee)

Pop Candies TV Interview at Hard Rock Hotel During SDCC 2010 (3:04) (2010) – Youtube

Pop Candies TV Catches up with Alison Haislip at the Hotel Solamar in San Diego (1:28) (2010) – Youtube

GirlGamer.com Interview at SDCC 2010 (7:00) (2010) – Youtube

GirlGamer.com Interview at IndieCade 2010 (1:14) (2010) – Youtube

GirlGamer.com Interview at IndieCade Awards Red Carpet (6:15) (2010) – Youtube (Alison appears and is interviewed at 1:07)

Red Carpet Roxy Interview at SDCC 2010 (2:01) (2010) – Youtube

1st Look – interview web series developed by Steve Samblis for his ICPlaces.com website. Samblis would perform interviews with actors either in a staged setting or at the red carpet premiere, regarding the movie they were involved in or were about to see. Alison is credited as appearing in one of the interview episodes, however a review of the only 4 minute clip available online fails to show her interview. Either her interview was eliminated from the final cut, or the clip itself was deleted and only a very truncated version remains online.

  • Season 1, Episode 6: Captain America Red Carpet (no information) (2011) – No Sources Online.

G4’s American Ninja Warrior 2011 (5:28) (2011) – Youtube (Alison is interviewed at the beginning and end of the video)

Syfy & E! Close Out Comic-Con 2011 (2:49) (2011) – Youtube (Alison appears and is interviewed at 2:29)

Pop Candies TV: Alison Haislip & Anne Vyalitsyna Outside of the Avalon in Hollywood for NBC’s The Voice Event (0:39) (2011) – Youtube

Pop Candies TV: Alison Haislip Signing Autographs at the Avalon in Hollywood for NBC’s The Voice Event (0:50) (2011) – Youtube

Pop Candies TV: Alison Haislip Photographed on the Red Carpet at the Avalon in Hollywood for NBC’s The Voice Event (0:38) (2011) – Youtube

Pop Candies TV: Alison Haislip Leaving Charteau Marmont in West Hollywood (0:36) (2011) – Youtube (Taken the same night as NBC’s The Voice Event at the Avalon)

Interview with Danielle Turchiano for Examiner.com (2:39) (2011) – Youtube (This interview was after the 2nd live show for “The Voice”, Alison talks about haters on the Internet, Twitter, and keeping calm backstage in “The Voice”)

NBCUniversal Stars on How They Stay Green (3:28) (2011) – Youtube (Interview took place at an NBC Special Event in April 2011, while Alison was on the NBC program, The Voice. Alison appears at 2:16 in the clip)

Alison Haislip Talks Social Media and “The Voice” (2:32) (2011) – Dailymotion and Youtube (Interview took place at an NBC Special Event in April 2011. Video duped in “TV Series (Host, Interviewer)” list due to content)

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Alison Haislip at GBK's 2013 Golden Globe Gift Lounge (5:59) (2013) – Youtube

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Alison Haislip at the 17th Prism Awards Red Carpet (4:24) (2013) – Youtube

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Alison Haislip at the 3rd Annual SET Awards (1:50) (2013) – Youtube

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Alison Haislip at the 18th Annual PRISM Awards (2:32) (2014) – Youtube

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Alison Haislip at the 19th Annual PRISM Awards (2:06) (2015) – Youtube

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Alison at the Winter Series Showcase of Comic-Con HQ & Con Man S2 Screening (3:16) (2016) – Youtube

Red Carpet Report on Mingle Media TV Interview – Nathan Fillion at the Winter Series Showcase of Comic-Con HQ & Con Man S2 Screening (2:13) (2016) – Youtube (Pay attention to the left of Nathan Fillion – you’ll see Alison being interviewed by another reporter. Her facial expressions at times are priceless!)

Hollywood to You: 4th Annual UNICEF Masquerade Ball at Clifton’s Café in Los Angeles (0:13) (2016) – Youtube
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« Reply #49 on: December 05, 2017, 03:38:48 AM »

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Magazine Interviews (Video Associated w/ Magazine Article)

Esquire Presents “Me in My Place” – a pictorial/interview series resulting from a collaboration between Esquire Magazine and the “Me In My Place” Tumblr. The following video is not so much the interview, as it is a behind-the-scenes look at the photoshoot, however due to the iffy-ness of how to classify this content, I decided to put it in this category list. To read the original interview (in a series of posts), go to the Me In My Place Tumblr here (unfortunately, the Esquire article page no longer loads properly).

  • Esquire Presents Me in My Place with Alison Haislip (1:09) (2011) – Youtube

Maxim Photoshoot - in August 2011, Maxim released a pictorial of Alison, along with a brief written interview and an accompanying behind-the-scenes video. In the video, Alison was interviewed and discusses the photoshoot, along with how she prepared for it, her job on NBC's the Voice, and her time at G4 on Attack of the Show! To read the written interview, click here, and to view the images from the photoshoot, click here.


Complex Magazine: “Women Are Complex, Too” – a feature which was run on their February/March 2012 issue. The video was shot during the photoshoot for the feature, and Complex got Alison to recount some of her fondest gaming-related memories. Unfortunately the video (not to mention the webpage) is no longer on the Complex site and is no longer available online. We do know from a forum post (here) that she DID consider Adventure Island to be the hardest NES title. An archival copy of the webpage can be seen here.

  • Complex: Alison Haislip’s Video Game History (no information) (2012) – No Source Online.
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« Reply #50 on: December 05, 2017, 03:39:35 AM »

Miscellaneous Video



On-Location and Miscellaneous Informal Footage of Alison (Non-Paparazzi)


Alison Haislip Comic-Con 2009 (0:23) (2009) – Youtube (Alison filming a segment for G4’s Comic-Con Live ’09)

Barclaycard World Freerun Championship 2009 – one of the first events within freerunning and parkour to take form as a competition. The 2009 event took place on Saturday, August 15, 2009, in Trafalgar Square in London, and featured competitors from both the US, UK, and Europe. Competitors were judged on the following categories: Technical Difficulty, Execution, Creativity, and Fluidity. G4 broadcasted the event within the US, with Alison hosting the program and interviewing various contestants. Unfortunately, archival footage of the event is extremely limited, and in some cases limited to geographic location (viewable only in the UK). In such cases, the clip is viewable, but you may need to use a VPN (Virtual Private Network) service to view it outside of the geographic area it has been limited. Besides the clip from the event, the only other related footage is a field package that was done with Alison, for AOTS, to promote the event on G4.

  • Barclaycard World Freerunning Championship 2009 Exclusive Highlights (2:37) (2009) – Youtube (Limited to the UK. Alison appears for a few moments at 1:30 in the video, interviewing a contestant)

KOALA!!!! (1:11) (2009) – Youtube (Taken while Alison was on location in Australia. Video duped in “Alison’s Personal Videos and Family Videos” list due to content)

Lost Planet 2 Release Party (5:19) (2010) – Youtube (Alison appears at 3:22)

Hanging with G4’s Alison Haislip at SDCC 2010 (0:44) (2010) – Youtube

G4 Attack of the Show Cast Signing at SDCC 2010 (0:22) (2010) – Youtube

Alison Haislip at G4 American Ninja Warrior Tryouts, Venice Beach, 8/2010, Platt Brothers (0:28) (2010) – Youtube

G4 American Ninja Warrior 2010 Day 2 (5:26) (2010) – Youtube (Alison appears at timecode 4:22, interviewing Mike Moh, the ANW competitor)

Nerd HQ Party at SDCC 2011: Nerd HQ Highlight Reel (2:08) (2011) – Youtube (Photograph of Alison at the Nerd HQ party appears at timecode 1:31)

The Voice Wrap Party: Singing w/ Contestants and Crew (2:51) (2011) – Facebook (Mobile phone footage of the contestants and crew of The Voice, singing CeeLo Green’s “Fuck You” at the wrap party. Video duped in “TV Series (Host, Interviewer)” list due to content)

Alison Haislip at the Sydney Opera House (1:19) (2013) – Youtube (Filmed in Australia during preparation for Alison’s “Swimming with Sharks” segment for AOTS)

Alison Haislip in Sydney Australia (1:17) (2013) – Youtube (Filmed in Australia during preparation for Alison’s “Swimming with Sharks” segment for AOTS)
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« Reply #51 on: December 05, 2017, 03:40:14 AM »

Alison Being Alison



Alison’s Music Covers and Being Musical

Lee Cain, Brian Dobbs, Alison Haislip 1996 (12:28) (1996) – Youtube (Video of Alison, her cousin, Brian Dobbs, and Lee Cain, making music in Brian’s parent’s basement, Easter of 1996 – video duped in “Alison’s Personal Videos and Family Videos” list due to content)

Alison Haislip of The Voice Gets a Vocal Lesson (2:42) (2011) – Youtube (This video is duplicated in the “Television Shows and Television Specials” list due to content)

Concrete Prophet (6:03) (2012) – Youtube (Alison doing guest vocals for various tracks for Concrete Prophet’s album “Proof of Concept”. Her cousin, Brian Dobbs, is the band’s drummer. The full album can be purchased at the band’s site – http://www.concreteprophet.com/)

Heartbeat Slowing Down by the All-American Rejects (4:22) (2013) – Youtube

Kevin and Alison Make Music Babies (182:22) (2013) – Youtube (Google Hangouts recording of Kevin Pereira and Alison making a musical recording)

Wide Awake by Katy Perry (4:38) (2013) – Youtube

Quiver by John Bobek, performed w/ John Bobek (4:15) (2013) – Youtube

Wrecking Ball by Miley Cyrus, performed w/ John Bobek (3:43) (2014) – Youtube

Do You Believe in Lollipops mashup of “Lollipop” by Lil’ Wayne, “Believe” by Cher, and “Pumped Up Kicks” by Foster the People, performed w/ John Bobek (3:22) (2017) – Youtube
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« Reply #52 on: December 05, 2017, 03:41:20 AM »

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Alison’s Video Blogs (Vlogs) and AMAs

  • My 1st Blog (4:33) (2008) – Youtube
  • 2nd Blog Pt. 1: Questions (5:08) (2008) – Youtube
  • 2nd Blog Pt. 2: MORE Questions (6:15) (2008) – Youtube
  • 3rd Blog: Playboy Mansion + MMA! (5:26) (2008) – Youtube
  • 4th Blog: Fall TV! (6:21) (2008) – Youtube
  • 5th Blog: DODGERS! (4:47) (2008) – Youtube
  • Soapbox Blog (5:30) (2008) – Youtube
  • VEGAS!! (6:20) (2008) – Youtube
  • Lazy (7:18) (2008) – Youtube
  • Action Figures (2:07) (2008) – Youtube
  • Xbox (4:58) (2008) – Youtube (with Special Guest: Kevin Pereira)
  • New Year (6:13) (2009) – Youtube
  • WTF SONY?! (4:29) (2009) – Youtube
  • Happy Birthday!!! (1:27) (2009) – Youtube
  • MONKEY! (1:12) (2009) – Youtube
  • Updates (4:26) (2009) – Youtube
  • Prince of Persia (6:41) (2009) – Youtube
  • New  Car! (4:47) (2009) – Youtube (This video is duplicated in the “Alison and the Ford Fiesta Movement” list due to content)
  • Summer Movies (5:22) (2009) – Youtube (This video is duplicated in the “Alison and the Ford Fiesta Movement”  list due to content)
  • I Answr Urz Tweets! (5:17) (2010) – Youtube
  • Tweet Answrz Pt 2 (5:36) (2010) – Youtube
  • 3rd Time for Tweet Answrz! (5:12) (2010) – Youtube
  • 4th and Final Tweet Answrz (4:21) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Vlog Pt 1 (5:22) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Part 2 (6:37) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Vlog Pt 3 (5:28) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Vlog Pt 4 (5:11) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Vlog Pt 5 (4:17) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Vlog Pt 6 (3:58) (2010) – Youtube
  • AHF Vlog Pt 7 (4:42) (2010) – Youtube

Alison and the Ford Fiesta Movement – In 2009, Ford launched a promotional campaign which allowed them to connect to customers with Social Media Marketing, promoting their car – the Ford Fiesta. Ford selected 100 “Agents” from various YouTube audition/entry videos, made in an effort to qualify to participate in the competition. These Agents would then spend a period of 6 months with the vehicle, blogging about their encounters, and completing monthly challenges/missions put forth by Ford. In this way, they not only were able to use the vehicle during the 6-month period, but also promote the Fiesta to the public, through social media. Alison was one of the 100 “Agents” selected to participate, and as a result, posted several videos documenting her experiences/adventures with the vehicle she called “Fesqie” the Fiesta.

  • Give Alison a Ford Fiesta! (2:12) (2009) – Youtube
  • New  Car! (4:47) (2009) – Youtube (This video is duplicated in the “Alison Vlogs and AMAs” list due to content)
  • Fiesta Movement PT 1 (3:34) (2009) – Youtube
  • Fiesta Movement PT 2 (4:49) (2009) – Youtube
  • Summer Movies (5:22) (2009) – Youtube (This video is duplicated in the “Alison Vlogs and AMAs” list due to content)
  • Car Washing (0:43) (2009) – Youtube
  • Mission 1: Ford Edit (5:17) (2009) – Youtube
  • Legoland (4:57) (2009) – Youtube
  • Sneakers! (3:47) (2009) – Youtube
  • Books! (4:45) (2009) – Youtube
  • Hanford (3:33) (2009) – Youtube
  • Left4Dead (3:29) (2009) – Youtube
  • Fiesta Movement 2 (1:53) (2013) – Youtube
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« Reply #53 on: December 05, 2017, 03:41:57 AM »

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Alison Promoting Charities and Causes

Handle with Care – a fundraising charity event held in 2009 by the Medicine Residents at Cedar-Sinai Medical Center, benefitting the Los Angeles Christian Health Centers (LACHC) in downtown Los Angeles on Skid Row. Funds raised during this event were designated as a Health Care for the Homeless Program, specifically pledged to do outreach testing for HIV, and provide complete HIV treatment for anyone testing positive. Alison worked with Kevin Pereira to create a short film which was used to promote the event.

  • Charity: The Documentary (8:06) (2009) – Youtube

Alison Haislip’s ALS Ice Bucket Challenge (1:33) (2014) – Youtube

Alison, Yuri Lowenthal, and Tara Platt Promoting UNICEF and Project for Awesome 2017 (1:27) (2017) - Youtube
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« Reply #54 on: December 09, 2017, 03:43:26 AM »

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Alison’s Personal Videos and Family Videos

Street Fighter II – THE MOVIE (6:46) (1993) – Youtube (Voice-over only. Short movie created by Alison and her cousin, Brian Dobbs, in 1993, using footage from the Street Fighter II video game.)

Lee Cain, Brian Dobbs, Alison Haislip 1996 (12:28) (1996) – Youtube (Video of Alison, her cousin, Brian Dobbs, and Lee Cain, making music in Brian’s parent’s basement, Easter of 1996 – video duped in “Music Covers and Alison Singing/Being Musical” list due to content)

KOALA!!!! (1:11) (2009) – Youtube (Taken while Alison was on location in Australia. Video duped in “On-Location and Miscellaneous Informal Footage of Alison” list due to content)

Holiday Greetings From Alison (and Possibly Also Her Brother, Greg)

  • Thanksgiving! (6:33) (2008) – Youtube
  • Facegiving (1:06) (2008) – Youtube
  • Merry Christmas (1:52) (2008) – Youtube
  • Merry Christmas!! (2:35) (2009) – Youtube
  • Rudolph (2:12) (2010) – Youtube
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« Reply #55 on: December 16, 2017, 03:36:17 AM »

Brief Update:

Livestream video of Alison on the Movie Crypt 2nd Annual 48 Hour Marathon has been added to the Radio and Podcast (Guest Appearance, Interviewee) Section

The Behind-the-Scenes video of Alison's 2011 photoshoot with Maxim has been added to the Magazine Interviews (Video Associated w/ Magazine Article) Section

More soon to come!
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« Reply #56 on: December 16, 2017, 03:38:46 AM »

Brief Update:

Rejuggled a few things and added the Alison Promoting Charities and Causes section.

Videos in this section now include the following:

Handle with Care - the promo Alison made with Kevin Pereira, Alison's ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, and the new video which was just posted today - Alison's video of herself, Tara Platt, and Yuri Lowenthal promoting UNICEF as a featured charity for Hank Green's Project for Awesome (P4A) 2017.
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« Reply #57 on: December 17, 2017, 05:31:31 AM »

Brief Update:

Alison appeared on the BUZZR game show television network's Youtube channel back in 2015 with Khail Anonymous and Maude Garrett, competing against several teams in "Family Feud". These web episodes were exclusive to the channel, and were not broadcast on the network to my knowledge. The promo and episodes have now been linked in the Web-based Series (Participant or Panelist) - Part 2: 2015-Present section.

Additionally, 2 interviews Alison did with Mike Alfaro (aka "Guata") have been found online. Alison interviewed with Alfaro/Guata on two different programs, during two different periods of her career.

In 2009, while at G4, Alison interviewed with Alfaro on "Nightcap", a late night comedy/interview television show produced by Chapman University's film and television department, and broadcast out of Orange County, California. This interview is now listed in the Television Series (Guest Appearance, Interviewee) section.

In 2016, Alison was again interviewed by Alfaro, this time on his web series "Hey Guata!" and discuss her job on Battlebots, as well as her time at AOTS. This interview is now listed in the Web Series (Guest Appearance, Interviewee) section.


That's it for tonight! More coming soon!
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« Reply #58 on: April 28, 2018, 05:26:20 AM »

Brief Update:

Been a while since the last update (and can't really do too much now) but have updated the following:

Alison's new video showing her playing the IELLO tabletop game, ARENA: For the Gods!, with Ivan Van Norman and Joshua Ovenshire, has been added to the list.

Due to the fact that the video is a cross-promotion of IELLO's game and International Tabletop Day 2018, the video has been cross-posted into the following two sections - Brand Ambassador (Host, Presenter, and/or Interviewer)  and  Web-based Specials and Events (Participant or Panelist).

Additionally, placeholders for the International Tabletop Day event footage with Alison (covering 2013-Present) have been inserted into the Web-based Specials and Events (Participant or Panelist) section. The footage DOES exist, and IS out there, but I have yet to add it due to time constraints. This is planned (hopefully) in the not-too-distant future!

That's it for tonight! Hopefully, I'll be able to add more soon!
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