Vail Bloom is an actor, writer, and producer. Bloom began her career in 2007 where she played a supporting lead in Justin Lin’s Finishing the Game which went straight to Sundance. That same year she was cast in a role portraying Heather Stevens on The Young and the Restless. She would play the Genoa City district attorney from 2007-2010. In 2008, she received a Daytime Emmy nomination for her work on the iconic series. Since then, Bloom has appeared on the web series Angel of Death and in 2015 was seen in the juicy recurring role of Ashley on HBO’s “Hello Ladies”. Currently, she can be seen in theaters nationwide in the very buzzed about film, “Too Late”. In “Too Late”, Bloom has once again been noticed, receiving critical acclaim as the doting wife, Janet, opposite John Hawkes as Sampson. Notably, Bloom appears in a scene which is now being touted as the the longest uncut 35mm scene in film history.
Vail Bloom was born in Boston, Massachusetts and grew up in Connecticut and Florida. The daughter of a high school guidance counselor and businessman/college professor, Bloom graduated from Princeton University in 2004 with a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture. Interestly, during her junior year, Bloom’s studio work was later published in the respected Architectural Journal “30 60 90 09: Regarding Public Space.” However, architecture would soon take a back seat to the arts when she became interested in acting after a fellow student at Princeton offered Bloom a starring role in a short film. Soon, Bloom would go on to perform on stage with an innovative dance company called “diSiac” and star in many more Princeton films.
In her spare time, she enjoys mentoring young people and tutors middle and high school students. An avid biker and hiker, she has a real passion for health and fitness. Bloom is currently filming a confidential feature project due out next year and can also be seen in many guest appearances on upcoming TV shows.