about hannah


Recent & Upcoming

Hannah is a New York based actress and creative. She stars in the soon to be released  This Is How It Starts,     a period feature set in the 1950's. Other film credits include: Loveless, Damsel, What Tomorrow Brings and Empty Bed , which has screened at multiple festivals across the country.
For her on stage portrayal of Cynthia in Official Lunch, critics said: "The evening's most seductive and memorable performance, Hannah Beck is a lithe and potent force on stage." 
Additional stage appearances include: Roberta in the Off Broadway production of John Patrick Shanley's Danny and The Deep Blue Sea, directed by Helen Hayes nominated Peter Allas, and Masha in the US premiere of Lucy Caldwell’s Irish adaptation of Three Sisters directed by Obie Award winner and Drama Desk nominated Christopher McCann. Her performance in Three Sisters earned her the following review: “The smoldering Beck was warming up to a tryst just inches from my seat. Goosebumps betrayed my own human weakness and showed her sublime acting."
In 2021, Hannah appeared alongside Wayne Wilcox (Gilmore Girls, Rent) in Til There Was You, a new play that was presented virtually and earned her a Best Actress Nomination (TheaterMaker Awards) for her performance.
Under the banner of her production company, Domani Productions (www.domaniprodutions.com), Hannah has written, produced and starred in Love in the Time of Corona: A Comedy (a festival favorite web series), produced and starred in the short film Every Breath You Take by Jean Passanante (General Hospital, Guiding Light), and appeared alongside Robert LuPone and Austin Pendleton in an industry reading of a new play.   She is currently developing her first Feature script.
Outside of the arts, Hannah’s interests include traveling, learning to speak Italian and the Organic Lifestyle.

Hannah booked the lead in a new political drama opposite Romano Orzari which shot on location in Syracuse in March 2022. She also recently wrapped on the dark comedy film Through Open Doors directed by Mark Riccadonna and co-produced by Michel Grey (Days of Power, Dark State). She will next appear in Pete Macnamara's series How We Do, opposite Glenn Speers (Sam Mendes' The Ferryman