Bernadette Hale

Bernadette “Bunny” Hale started in the entertainment business as a singer-drummer with a jazz trio playing local clubs in Miami and Miami Beach. She is a published lyricist and poet who once recorded a song with jazz legend Gerry Mulligan. After relocating to Los Angeles, Bernadette created a medically themed Television series named Raider that was bought by CBS.

Since then, Bernadette has written four screenplays that have been optioned and/or have been in development, one of which, Sungames, became a finalist in a Charleston Screenplay Competition. She also wrote a One Act play called Waiting
For The Moon to Fall, produced by Theatre 40 for their One Act Festival. At the moment, Bernadette has almost completed a novel, “When the Night Birds Sing” a paranormal epic, and finally, WHEN THE TRAIN STOPS.

Bernadette is also an actress known for Doomsday Flight, a MOW TV film plus Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents and The Hitchcock Hour, The FBI, Gunsmoke, Mr. Novack, The Doctors (NY) and others.