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December 31, 2013

Monte C. Haught, Makeup/Hairstylists

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Monte C. Haught
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Monte C. Haught is an accomplished hair artist whose professional experience spans both theater and television. A native of Richmond, Virginia, Haught pursued a degree in theater from Radford University before attending the prestigious Graham Webb International Academy of Hair. Since then, he has served as a stylist for several Broadway productions, including The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Phantom of the Opera, Urinetown: The Musical, On the Town, A Christmas Carol and Cabaret. Haught’s television credits include CSI: NY, Nip/Tuck, Glee, The New Normal and American Horror Story. In 2011, he earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for his work in hair on Glee. Haught won the Emmy for outstanding hairstyling for a miniseries or movie in 2012 for his work on the critically acclaimed FX miniseries American Horror Story and earned a nomination in the same category the following year. Haught currently resides in Los Angeles.

Monte C. Haught is an accomplished hair artist whose professional experience spans both theater and television. A native of Richmond, Virginia, Haught pursued a degree in theater from Radford University before attending the prestigious Graham Webb International Academy of Hair. Since then, he has served as a stylist for several Broadway productions, including The Lion King, Beauty and the Beast, Phantom of the Opera, Urinetown: The Musical, On the Town, A Christmas Carol and Cabaret. Haught’s television credits include CSI: NY, Nip/Tuck, Glee, The New Normal and American Horror Story. In 2011, he earned a Primetime Emmy nomination for his work in hair on Glee. Haught won the Emmy for outstanding hairstyling for a miniseries or movie in 2012 for his work on the critically acclaimed FX miniseries American Horror Story and earned a nomination in the same category the following year. Haught currently resides in Los Angeles.

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