Alyse Barker is an Actress and Television host in New York City. At the age of one she booked her first national commercial for Downy Detergent. As a teen she attended Pebblebrook High School, The Cobb County Center for Excellence in the Performing Arts, in Atlanta, Georgia. After graduating high school, Alyse received a talent scholarship to Wright State University in Dayton, Ohio where she continued her training as a theater major.

Some of her acting credits include roles in Felony Friday, The View, National commercials, and Fugly!, the film. Her films have been seen in various film festivals such as The Palm Beach International Film Festival and The Beverly Hills Film Festival.

She is the On-Air Host of American Youth Football and Cheer National Championships on Fox Sports Network. As well as, The annual Veterans Day Parade on PIX 11 News. In 2015, Alyse became the game day host for the New York Islanders at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn. Catch her at every home game.

From May 2011-2013, Alyse danced for the NFL's New York Jets Flight Crew Cheerleaders.

In addition to Alyse's acting and dance career, she won the title of Miss New York 2009 as Miss Westchester County, for the Miss America Organization. At the 2010 Miss America Pageant, Alyse was the preliminary winner of the Lifestyle and Fitness Award, also known as the swimsuit competition.

She is well known for her advocacy work in the war veteran's community, inspired by her grandfather, a decorated WWII veteran. Alyse is the official spokesperson for the United War Veterans Council in New York City.

She has worked alongside Assemblywoman Amy Paulin and Congressman Steve Israel to improve the quality of life of all service members and their families. For her work as an advocate, Alyse has been highly recognized for her dedicated efforts on both state and national levels. For her volunteerism at the Walter Reed Hospital, she was featured in the Vietnam Veterans of America national magazine. On Veteran's Day 2009, she received the special honor to be a Grand Marshall of the Veterans Day Parade.

Alyse continues to strive for improvements and quality care for all veterans. She will continue to use the spotlight of her name to urge others to remember and honor our veterans, who exemplify what it means to be free and what it takes to serve this country.