Leeah D. Jackson
|Leeah D. Jackson|
Leeah D Jackson.JPG, Promotional Shot, 2014
|Birth name||Leeah Deneen Jackson|
January 26, 1998 |
St. Louis, Missouri, U.S.
|Genres||Inspirational, hip hop, pop|
|Occupations||Actress, recording artist, activist, singer-songwriter|
Leeah Deneen Jackson (born January 26, 1998) is an American teen actress. She is a teen actress, singer, and dancer with appearances in films and television series and more than 15 commercials. She played the role of Haley in The Shield TV series.
Life and career
Leeah D. Jackson is a singer, rapper, songwriter, dancer, actor, on-air-personality and an activist for Anti-Bullying. Her television and film appearances include The Shield, Boston Public, Jimmy Kimmel Live!, ABC Family - HBO Jam, A Mother’s Choice, and In The Hive, and music videos for Mindless Behavior's "Girls Talkin' Bout", The Rangers' "Pretty Girl Shake It", Willow Smith's "Whip My Hair", Cori B's "SMH", and Motion City Soundtrack's "Her World Destroys My Planet". She sang for Michael Jackson for his 45th birthday party. Leeah's latest project is her recorded single, "HeadPhones", which she co-wrote.
Film and Television
|2001||HBO Family||Happy Kid||Jammy Friend Main Role|
|2003||The Appointment||Katie||Short Film|
|2004||Boston Public||Lydia||Chapter Seventy-Eight|
|2006||The Shield||Haley||1 episode|
|2006||Jimmy Kimmel Live!||Fun Girl||Hack-A-Shaq 1 episode|
|2007||The Maury Povich Show||Most Talented Kids||Rapper|
|2008||Nadia Geller |Date My House||Date My House||Episode #1.3|
|2010||Flip The Script Kids||Entertainer||Composer|
|2010||A Mother's Choice||Leeah D.||Composer|
|2010||A Mother's Choice||Leeah||Main Role|
|2012||Behind The Talent A Mother's Choice||Herself||TV Series|
|2012||A Mother's Choice The Ultimatum||Leeah||Main Role|
|2012||The Hive||Prison Visitor||TV Movie|
Awards and Nominations
|2012||Shorty Awards||Best Content Producers on Social Media||"Twitter, Facebook, Foursquare, Tumblr"||Nominated|
|2013||Young Artist Award||Best Actress in a Short Film - Lead Young Actress||A Mother's Choice the Ultimatum||Nominated|||
- "34th Annual Young Artist Awards". Young Artist Awards.
- Leeah D. Jackson at the Internet Movie Database