Facts about Georgina Haig
|Date of Birth||3 August 1985|
|Birthplace||Melbourne, Victoria, Australia|
BEST KNOWN FOR….
|Georgina Haig is an Australian actress who is best-known for the portrayal of the role, Zamira, in the TV series named ‘The Elephant Princess.’ Also, she is popular for her appearance in TV series such as Fringe and Once Upon a Time.|
FAMILY AND CHILDHOOD
|Childhood||She was really interested in Ballet since her childhood. She obtained Grade 8 from the Royal Academy of Dance. Also, she was very good at her studies.|
|She completed her earlier education from Red Hill Consolidated School. Later on, she the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts to study acting and graduate in 2008.|
|Georgina Haig started her career portraying the role of Chloe in the movie, Iris, in 2008. After that, she starred in different TV series and movie but, in minor roles such as Lost & Found, Lest We Forget, Road Kill, Crawl.|
Later on, she landed the career-defining role of Zamira in the TV series, The Elephant Princess, in 2011. It gave her a lot of popularity and fame which gave her lots of opportunities and offers. As a result, she appeared in various TV series such as Dance Academy, Fringe, NXS: Never Tear Us Apart, Reckless, Once Upon a Time and many more.
Similarly, he also appeared in various movies such as The Sapphires, Nerve, The Mule. At the moment, she is appearing in the recurring role of Dr. Sophie Forbin in TV series, The Crossing.
|She has not won any awards till now.|
RELATIONSHIP, CHILDREN, AND PERSONAL LIFE
|Relationship Status|| Married|
|Partners name||Josh Mapleston|
|Previous relationship||Not revealed|
|At the moment, she is living a happy and prosperous life with a fantastic career and wonderful family. She often posts photos of her husband in his social media showing her innate and unconditional love for him.|
NET WORTH AND SALARY
|Net worth||$No reliable source|
|Salary||$No reliable source|
HEIGHT, WEIGHT AND BODY MEASUREMENTS
|Height||5 feet and 7 inches|
|Platform||Followers (As of May 2018)||Link|