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about hannah

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Hannah is an award-winning New York based actress and creative. She recently had the pleasure of working with Alan McIntyre Smith, DP for A Vigilante (starring Olivia Wilde) and White Rabbit (starring Sam Trammel) on Paramnesia, a new thriller by Frank Theodore. Other film credits include: Loveless, Damsel, What Tomorrow Brings, Empty Bed, The Fifth of January (opposite Romano Orzari) and Through Open Doors, a dark comedy directed by Mark Riccadonna and co-produced by Michel Grey (Days of Power, Dark State), which earned her two Best Actress Awards and multiple nominations. She stars in the soon to be released Meltdown, a period feature.

 

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, Masha in the US premiere of Lucy Caldwell's Irish adaptation of Three Sisters directed by Obie Award winner 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."  

 

She starred in the North American premiere of Goldberg's Kaddish directed by Emmy award winner Keaton Wooden and appeared alongside Wayne Wilcox (Gilmore Girls, Rent) in Til There Was You - a play that was presented virtually during the pandemic and earned Hannah a Best Actress Nomination (TheaterMaker Awards) for her performance. Alongside her husband Sean, she also runs Domani Productions, a New York based film and theater production company, and is in the process of launching Rebel Actors -- a new company dedicated to helping fellow actors network, connect and grow their careers.

Outside of the arts, Hannah’s interests include traveling, learning to speak Italian and the Organic Lifestyle.

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