An Emmy Award winning actress, Khrystyne Haje started as a fashion model at age 14, appearing on magazine covers and billboards world-wide. Soon after she progressed to commercials, and starring roles in Network TV movies & series.
Named one of People Magazine’s “The 50 Most Beautiful People in The World,” Khrystyne is best known for the role of Simone, on ABC’s 5-year top 20 hit Head of the Class.
Recently, Khrystyne was selected as one of the ‘extraordinary women in their prime’, by renowned photographer Peter Freed, who authored The Prime Book – focusing on women between the ages of 35-104 who celebrate self-worth.
Haje was awarded the Civilian Medal of Honor from the U.S. Department of Defense for entertaining U.S. troops in the Persian Gulf on the Bob Hope USO Tour.
Khrystyne’s humanitarian efforts extend to the preservation of natural resources. A founding board member of ECO (Earth Communication Office), she worked to protect our delicate ecosystems.
Honored at the White House for community involvement, she has publicly taken a stand with MADD (Mothers Against Drunk Driving), and contributed to Best Buddies, which enhances the lives of people with Intellectual & Developmental Disabilities (IDD) by offering love, support and friendship.
Most recently, she has been an active board member of Friends of Barefoot College, a non-profit foundation which trains women in underdeveloped communities to be solar engineers, and provides the solar equipment to power their villages.
Be sure to join Frank and Billy on June 29th to meet Khrystyne, an outstanding actress and great humanitarian.