Whatever Happened To Vail Bloom From Vanderpump Rules?

Everyone on Vanderpump Rules is used to the show being a revolving door. Before the allegations of racism against its core stars, supporting cast shakeups were SUR-ved up every season, depending on the love lives of the cast and the needs of the SUR wait staff. The casting shake-ups in 2020 even led to rumors that the show would be canceled altogether! 

Thus, it's no surprise that plenty of former VPR alums have gone on to bigger and better things. In Los Angeles, most of the waiters and bartenders on the series have their sights set on Hollywood fame. Remember Laura-Leigh Claire who famously dated VPR resident bad boy Jax Taylor? Well, she went on to star in We're the MillersUnder the Silver Lake, and even hit series Blue Bloods, per Distractify

It turns out another one of Jax's friends-with-benefits had her brush with stardom as well: soap opera star Vail Bloom. Keep scrolling to find out what the bombshell is up to now! 

Vail Bloom was successful before Vanderpump Rules

Per Distractify, Vail Bloom already starred in The Young and the Restless before her one-season stint as a hostess at SUR. A Boston native, Vail graduated from Princeton before joining the cast of Y&R in 2007; she lasted on the series until 2010, according to IMDbShe even was nominated for a Daytime Emmy in 2008!

Vail was on Vanderpump Rules from 2014 to 2015, and audiences watched her flirt with Jax Taylor and date manager Peter Madrigal. Vail also opened up about her past drug addiction on the Bravo reality series. "I was starting to get into... what seemed like the Hollywood lifestyle," Vail confessed, as reported by Soap Opera Network"Everyone makes mistakes, it's human [nature]. But I'm really happy to be past it. That's just not how I want to go through life." 

Yet her personal troubles didn't stop there. In 2018, Vail was granted a restraining order against ex-boyfriend Hayes Stuppy. However, the news quickly turned positive; that same year, she welcomed daughter Charlie Olivia Grace. Per The Daily Dish, Vail then had a son in April 2020. She has not made public who the father of her two children is. 

As for her acting career, Vail's last IMDb credit is listed as the 2018 independent film The Ghost Beyond. Could she be back on a new and improved VPR? We'll have to wait and see.