One of Haley's hobbies includes shopping for new clothes.
In 2005, Haley participated in the Hollywood Christmas Parade and the Dennis Quaid Walk of Fame.
Haley has appeared in a musical called Moscow Ballet's Nutcracker.
Haley participates in school talent shows.
Haley's favorite sport is hockey.
Haley has appeared in commercials for Hasbro and Dell computers.
Before Haley auditioned for young Jean Grey in X-Men: The Last Stand, she watched the previous X-Men movies for research.
Haley doesn't care for comic books.
Haley watches movies done by the actors she works with.
Haley is claustrophobic.
Haley was used as a model for the American Girl magazine for the May and June issues in 2003.
Haley was nominated for Best Performance in a Feature Film for Yours, Mine and Ours, shared with the rest of the cast (17 kids).
Haley performs with local dance groups between auditions.
Haley enjoys listening to country music.
Haley spent 10 weeks working with Jodie Foster, Erika Christensen, Peter Sarsgard, Kate Beaham, and Sean Bean to learn about acting.
Haley is very close to her brother Max and spends most of her free time at his hockey games.
Haley started acting at the age of 7.
Haley's parents searched for an agent for Haley at the request of a teacher.
Haley started taking dance lessons at the age of 3 and when she was 7, she was already choreographing her own dances.
Haley was born 5 weeks earlier than she was supposed to.
Haley participated in the Kids 4 Kids Cancer Run/Walk on April 29, 2007.
When Haley wants to feel her Texas roots, she listens to country and Western music.
Her parents' names are Barbara and Brian.
Haley has an older brother named Max.
Haley: I love to shop for bargains! I don't think that will ever change!
Haley: I guess you can tell I really admire people who can do drama AND comedy. That's a gift!
Haley: I'm surprised that I get emails from people all over the world. I got one today from a girl in Iran! I hear from kids in Malaysia and Australia and any place the movies have been released on DVD. I can hardly wrap my brain around that. It's very sweet. They almost always say I hope you get some big roles. It's so nice to have people cheering you on!
Haley: I think I get too claustrophobic to be in a bunch of trees.
Haley: A guy would have to be nice to other people. I can't stand it when people are mean to others. Of course, cute is nice, too!
Haley: My life is an open book.
Haley: Ashely Wolfe is a very talented actress. I really enjoyed working with her.
Haley: I have usually played a nice girl and some of my characters have problems but the audience is sympathetic to them. Young Jean Grey had some serious issues!
Haley: Lisa is a very talented actress and she has taught me a lot. Her acting class is a blast! She is a very warm person and treats you like her own family.
Haley: All of the tools on the sets are so real. I'm such a klutz. I was afraid I might knock something over, which, thankfully, I didn't.
Haley: My parents were going to name me Paige Ramm but a family member said that every time they called roll on the first day of school the teacher would say "Ramm, Paige?" As in rampage. Glad they went with Haley.