Hallie Haglund

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Hallie Haglund is an American comedian and Emmy-winning writer[1] for The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. She began working for the show in 2006,[2] becoming a staff writer in 2010. Haglund is currently the longest-serving female writer on The Daily Show.[3] Previously, she had worked as an NBC Studios page in Los Angeles while studying improv comedy at the Upright Citizens Brigade's L.A. theater.[4]

Haglund was a contributor to the 2010 humor tome and New York Times Best Seller Earth (The Book). She has appeared several times as a guest on movie podcast The Flop House,[5] which has led to her inclusion in the "Quotes of the Week" section of The A.V. Club column Podmass.[6]


  1. ^ "The Daily Show With Jon Stewart - Awards & Nominations". Academy of Television Arts & Sciences. Retrieved 28 January 2014. 
  2. ^ Ostrow, Joanne (17 September 2012). "Denver's Hallie Haglund wins Emmy for writing on "Daily Show"". The Denver Post. 
  3. ^ Leo, Alex (6 July 2010). "The Women Of The 'Daily Show' Respond To Allegations Of Sexism". Huffington Post. 
  4. ^ "Hallie Haglund". Upright Citizens Brigade Theater. 
  5. ^ Fitchette, Dan. "Podmass: Jan 20, 2014". The A.V. Club. 
  6. ^ "Podmass: Sep 16, 2013". The A.V. Club. 

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