Will Haza studied improvisation at the Upright Citizens Brigade theater in New York and at the Washington Improv Theater in Washington, DC. In 2004, he represented the Catholic University of America a finalist in the DC's Funniest College stand up comedy competition and performed at the legendary Washington, DC Improv Comedy Club. After graduating from the Catholic University's drama program, Will spent several years working on the East coast, primarily in New York City, Baltimore and the Washington, DC area, playing a number of diverse characters in theater, film and television productions. He is best known for his starring role as Richard Kessler in the dramatic independent feature film Roulette, for which he earned the 2011 World Music and Independent Film Festival award for Best Actor. He has also starred in several Sprint Cellular commercials. For three years Will trained with acclaimed acting coach, Robert D'Avanzo, at the Missing Piece Theater in Burbank California. Will is currently studying in the advanced sketch comedy program at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theater in Los Angeles, and can be seen regularly performing sketch comedy and creating videos with his team Elefante Elegante.