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Keeley Hazell

Actress, writer and model living in Los Angeles

Keeley Hazell started her career as a model, appearing in publications such as FHM and MAXIM. Her acting career began in 2006, with a minor role in the Oscar nominated film Cashback, with a taste for the acting bug, she packed her bags, and moved to Los Angeles to study acting full-time. Once she developed her craft, she made her way into the film industry. Her acting credits include Like Crazy, St Georges Day, and the upcoming Horrible Bosses 2. In 2009, she began writing a book, on completion, and hesitant about being published, she showed her manager, who encouraged her to focus her attention on writing screenplays. She took his advice, and is currently developing a digital series, that she created and co-wrote.

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No More Page 3 - Is This Really a Step Forward for Society?

We receive mixed messages and begin to think that if you're sexy you can't be smart. Therefore we don't want to be viewed as sexy because we believe it disregards our intellectual abilities. But is avoiding sexuality and getting rid of things like Page 3 the answer to our problem? Or is it just repressing sexuality?
21/01/2015 09:34 GMT

Dinner Is Off the Menu: I'm Having a Quarter-Life Crisis Instead

In between pursuing a career, studying and preparing for my backpacking trip, I realised something. Even though I'm not where I want to be in life, and I may not have ticked any of the "boxes," I'm figuring it out, and that's okay. Because if there's one thing that having a quarter-life crisis does, it somehow forces you to live your life.
13/10/2014 17:21 BST

Yes, I Was a Glamour Model, But Do I Have to Be Defined By This Sexed-Up Image of My Eighteen-Year-Old Self Forever?

It dwells on me as I stare at the Internet version of myself, I don't want to delete my past entirely... People change. People can be more than one thing. We all deserve 'the right to be forgotten' not to censor our mistakes, so our Google personas don't solely dictate who we are. I guess writing about reinvention is the easy part; it's fighting for it in reality that's the challenge.
09/09/2014 17:30 BST