Hayley Leblanc

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Born
Hayley Noelle LeBlanc

(2008-09-02) September 2, 2008 (age 13)
NationalityAmerican
Occupation
  • YouTuber
  • actress
  • singer
Years active2017–present

Hayley Noelle LeBlanc (/ləˈblɒŋk/; born September 2, 2008) is an American YouTuber, actress, singer, and former gymnast. She plays Harmony on Chicken Girls and Mani on Brat on YouTube, starred in the YouTube Brat show Hotel Du Loone as Jazzy, and also played Harmony in Chicken Girls: The Movie. At age 2 her family started a channel for her cause she was in her terrible twos and then it became a family channel called Bratayley and it been family vlog from 2010 to 2019.

Early and personal life

Hayley Leblanc was born to parents Billy and Katie, She has two siblings, a older sister Annie LeBlanc, and an older brother Caleb Logan (July 13, 2002 – October 1, 2015). In 2015, Caleb died from a heart condition, hypertrophic cardiomyopathy at the age of 13.[1]. She became famous as one of the three siblings featured on the family vlog YouTube channel Bratayley.Bratayley was a channel for Hayley cause her older siblings had their own channels so her mom made a channel for just Hayley then it turned in to a family channel called Bratayley. Hayley stars on the Brat (digital network)|Brat web series Chicken Girls, Hotel Du Loone , Mani.

The LeBlancs previously lived in Severna Park, Maryland but then moved to Los Angeles, California so that Hayley can be able to start acting and doing music.

Career

LeBlanc is one of the stars of a daily vlog on the YouTube channel "Bratayley" (7.3M+ subscribers). The vlog, which was initially just for relatives and started being filmed when Hayley was 2, follows the lives of the LeBlanc family. The stars include parents Billy and Katie with their two daughters Annie and Hayley. The name "Bratayley" was initially a nickname for Hayley, combining the word "brat" and the name "Hayley."[6]

Also in August 2017, Brat released a new YouTube series called "Chicken Girls". Hayley Leblanc stars in the series with her Real life sister Annie, In September of 2020 Hayley leblanc character becomes the new lead series character.

In 2017 , Hayley LeBlanc joined cast of Mani and in 2018 Leblanc got her own show on Brat called Hotel Du Loone that stars her and famous well know actors like Jason Earles from Disney Channel's Hannah Montana and Nickelodeon star Chris Tallman from Thundermans

In Spring 2018 she starred in Brat's feature film, Chicken Girls: The Movie

In November 2019, Bratayley stopped making family vlogs after 9 years, for the family to focus on other projects.[30]

In 2019, LeBlanc was cast in youtube show with her friend London Angel called The Halo Project and Nickoldon show called Annie vs Hayley.}}

In 2020 Hayley Joined Justice and Jam Jr with their girl group called Run The World with Jesslynn Grace, Corinne Joy and Kheris Rogers and have two songs out called Rainbow and Diamond Hearts

Filmography

Web series, television and film roles
Year Title Role Notes
2015 Neon Arcade Hayley Leblanc
2017– Chicken Girls Harmony McAdams Main role in seasons 1-6, Lead role S7
2017-2020 Mani Harmony McAdams lead role in season 1-5
2018 Hotel Du Loone Jasper Lowe Main Characher
2018 Chicken Girls: The Movie Harmony McAdams Brat feature film
2018 Afterschooled Harmony McAdams Brat
2019 Annie VS Hayley ! Herself Food reality web series[2]
2019 Annie VS Hayley ! Herself Fashion Faceoff Challenge[2]
2019 The Halo Project Herself

In the media

  

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  1. Parkinson, Hannah Jane (October 9, 2015). "Caleb Bratayley's death is not a mystery – online sleuths should stand down". The Guardian. ISSN 0261-3077. Retrieved November 2, 2019.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Bell, Jasmyne (March 6, 2019). "Nickelodeon Taps YouTubers Annie and Hayley LeBlanc for Cooking-Themed Digital Series (Exclusive)". The Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved April 16, 2019.