Born in Dallas, Texas. Haillye Young Miller grew up with a strong background in modeling, dance, singing, and acting. At age two she began modeling for catalogues, commercials, and a few billboard advertisements. At age 4 she was crowned with the pageant title Little Miss Hawaiian Tropic. She later took to the stage, singing and performing in many local venues and oprys including Johnny High's Music Review, Lone Star Music Association, and Bass Hall. At this time she received several 'Best Young Vocal Artist' awards as a soloist and in the duet, The Texas Red Hotts. Some other fun achievements at that time were appearing in print on the Arizona Jeans clothing tag, booking a St. Judes Hospital commercial, and singing the national anthem at Lone Star Park.
Based in Los Angeles. Haillye is trained in Improv and Meisner Technique. When she isn't working on set, she is continuously expanding her education, skill set, and refining her craft. Before following her dreams out west, she lived on the east coast where she attended high school and pre-college courses at FIT in New York.
With many years of professional vocal and dance training and a Bachelors Degree in Fashion Design, she is an artist of many mediums and enjoys fulfilling her passions studying, performing, designing, and surfing in Southern California.