Breeda Wool was an American actress who was best known for her roles on the popular Lifetime show "UnREAL" (Lifetime, 2015- ), and its spinoff "The Faith Diaries" (Lifetime, 2016- ). Born and raised in the sleepy college town of Urbana, Illinois, Wool always knew she wanted to be an actress. She appeared in as many plays as she could throughout grade school and high school, thus allowing the young actress to hone her craft in front of a live audience. When it came time to enter college Wool moved to New York City to attend Columbia University. She studied theater and psychology at the university, all while appearing in everything from Off-Off-Broadway plays to sketch comedy shows as a means to improve her craft. It was also during that period that Wool began appearing in short films - a first for her. After 10 years in New York, however, Wool realized that if she ever wanted her budding acting career to reach its full potential, she'd have to relocate to Los Angeles. And that's exactly what she did. Wool was soon going on more film and TV auditions than she could ever imagine, and before long she nabbed a recurring part on the Amazon series "Betas" (Amazon, 2013-14). That series, however, lasted only a single season. Undeterred, Wool continued to appear in various short films, thus getting plenty of experience working in front of the camera. Then in 2015 she nabbed her breakout role as Faith Duluth on the Lifetime series "UnREAL." Although she appeared in only 10 episodes of the show, her character was popular enough with audiences that in 2016 Wool reprised the Faith Duluth character on the spinoff series "The Faith Diaries." That series debuted on Lifetime in March of 2016.