"It's a genuine pleasure to work with Mia. She's filled with talent and never stops smiling. Very cool kid."
Brandon Jones (CSI Co Star )
"The actress that played Kaitlyn (Mia Hays) lost a tooth between the finale and this premiere so her dentist had to make her a fake one."
CSI Writers Room (CSI Writing Room )
"Mia, I met you two years ago with Crocs and you were such a joy to photograph! I am so impressed with the work you have done since and am so looking forward to seeing you sometime in LA, where I now live! All the best, Joan"
Joan Teasdale (Crocs Photographer )
"Mia is a bundle of happy energy. All you have to do is point her in the right direction and let her go."
Tom Rafalovich (Crocs Photographer )
"Mia is an absolute doll to work with and the camera loves her!"
Melanie Marden (Timeless )
"The other kids on Eastwick were great! I'm still in touch with Mia - who is sooo cute! We really bonded when we worked together. I hope we get to play sisters again."
Emily Alyn Lind (Eastwick Co Star)
"I knew from the moment that we added the character of Katie that we were going to have a very difficult role to fill. Not only was Katie integral to understanding Jay's character, she serves as a catalyst for change in Jay's life. That's a big job for a 6-year-old. Our casting director, Sarah Domeier, gave us a wide variety of adorable little girls to choose from, but from the moment I heard Mia speak, I knew she was the one we needed. And Mia was quite the trooper. We had a couple of very early mornings and at least one very late night, and I know Mia was battling a cold through a lot of that, and she took everything in stride. Some of my favorite moments on set were sitting with her eating cheerios between takes. What was wonderful about Mia was that she's already had quite a bit of experience being on set, so when places were called, she knew what to do. She and Casey Fitzgerald (the actress who played Jay) also bonded really well, and were just joking and goofing off between takes and developed a wonderful chemistry that's really hard to do when you've just met each other and the director is saying, "Okay, be sisters!" In short, Mia was a joy to work with and I will definitely recommend her if I hear of any upcoming roles."
E.R Womelsduff (Jay Director & Writer)