Haleigh Burckley is an actor, model and producer from Denver, Colorado. Burckley began acting in theatre productions at the age of 8 in her hometown of Broomfield, Colorado. With a background in contemporary dance and choral singing, Burckley continued to pursue stage performance throughout her adolescence and early adult life, starring in such roles as The Russian Dutchess Ulga Katrina in Moss Hart & George S. Kaufman's "You Can't Take It With You" and Harriet Stanley in the same duo's "The Man Who Came to Dinner". Before long, Burckley developed a love for still film photography which in turn matured into a passion for modeling and print work, leading her to eventually walk for Mondo Guerra of Project Runway and creating space for collaboration with Paraguayan designer, Mirtha Art. She is best known for her work as Eva is Haydn Winston's "Say No More", Emma in Jason Strong & Elle Damle's "A Bottle By the Sea" and Jackie in Adam Rosenberg's "Huevos" where she took home the award for Best Supporting Actress at the Denver Underground Film Festival. Burckley is due to appear in the upcoming productions of Jason Strong's "Blood in the Snow", Evan Wiley's "Arable" and Richard Corso's "The Switcheroo Room".