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 the medically-themed television series Raider which was bought by CBS.

Since then, Bernadette has written four screenplays that have been optioned and/or in development, one of which — Sungames — became a finalist in the Charleston Screenplay Competition. She also wrote the one-act play Waiting For the Moon To Fall, produced by Theatre 40 for their One Act Festival. At the moment, Bernadette has almost completed the 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 TV movie-of-the-week), The Twilight Zone, Alfred Hitchcock Presents, The Hitchcock Hour, The FBI, Gunsmoke, Mr. Novack, The Doctors (NY), and others.