About Me

Born In London, Raised In Scotland. This British Born, Triple Threat, has been making her presence known on Stages across the US and UK for over the last 10 years.

From two years of age, it was clear that this little sprite loved the limelight. Performing in numerous dance recitals and children’s theatre performances, she was always sure to make herself centre stage and you could not escape her presence, she made sure of it. In 1995 Georgia Performed her first professional job In Sheridan Nicol’s Hi-Ho Sing-a-long Show in Edinburgh’s Fringe Festival.

Always working on her craft, Georgia continued to join countless theatre and dance companies some of which included The Scottish Youth Theatre and The Children’s Amateur and Theatrical Academy. However it was in 2001, performing. In Glasgow’s King’s Theatre as the Lead role of Carmen Diaz, In Fame The Musical, with The Apollo Players and Glasgow City Council, That it was clear to everyone that this was the career that this young actress was seriously going to pursue.

That Following Year, at 17 years of Age, Georgia was 1 of 20 to be accepted into Knightswood Secondary Secondary School, Incorporating the Dance School of Scotland’s; Musical Theatre Course. Where she went on to Train with Scotland’s best. Including working with James Patterson of both The West End’s Phantom of The Opera and CATS and Jaqui Crago Of Oxford School of Drama and the Royal Shakespeare Company, Playing The Lead Roles of Esmeralda in The Hunchback of Notre Dame and Florence Vassy in Chess.

In 2004 Georgia was then accepted with Scholarship into The American Musical and Dramatic Academy, New York. With this move across the Pond, although she missed home incredibly much, Georgia finally knew she was where she belonged and was determined to stay and work in the US. After Graduating in 2006, she was successful. She Landed the Role Of Orange Girl, in the 2007 National Tour of Shout! The Mod Musical and Also was offered the Role of Sharon in the very Successful Girls Night The Musical. With her Young Success She was proven to be top of her field, given her 01 Visa and granted permission to live and work in the US till 2010.

A Jack of all Trades in the performing industry; This Well Trained Singer, Dancer, Actress, Model and Comedienne, Georgia has been branded a “True Triple Threat” by some of Broadway’s & Television’s Top Producers.

It is extremely obvious That Georgia Has a very deep and true passion for all areas of the industry, Film, Television, Music and Stage as well as Production, Direction and her own writing. Georgia now has a major interest in breaking into Hollywood, over the next few years.

With her determination, focus, drive and added bonus of training, there is not a doubt In her head that she will not be successful in her dream and goals and she will always do whatever it takes to use her skills to be the best, most honest, grounded, truthful and well established Actress/Performer and Activist, who makes good, strong, believable, choices and actions in all that she does.

“My Personal Legend in life is using the gifts I have been given to give back, that is what runs my life and that is what I Live for! I want to Sing so the whole world can Hear me, Dance so the whole world can See me, Act so the whole world can Believe me! And then see the whole world do the same for themselves” - Georgia Hair.

MY Favorite Quotes…..

"Success is not the key to happiness. Happiness is the key to success. If you love what you are doing, you will be successful."

"Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful. It is our light not our darkness that most frightens us. We ask ourselves, who am I to be talented or gifted? Actually, who are you NOT to be? You are a child of the Most High God. Playing small doesn't serve the world. There's nothing enlightened about shrinking so that other people won't feel insecure. We were born to make manifest the glory that is within us. As we let God's light shine, we unconsciously give other people permission to do the same. As we are liberated from our own fears, our presence begins to liberate others." –Nelson Mandela