Hannah is an actress and writer with a life-long love of stories. Born and raised in Northern California, she grew up on a very foggy hill with goats and the occasional coyote as her nearest neighbors. She fed her overactive imagination by reading and making up stories with her sister. Eventually, playing dress-up turned to acting and she never looked back. After graduating with degrees in English and Theatre from UC Davis, she decamped to the East Coast where she received her MFA in acting from the ART/MXAT’s Institute for Advanced Theatre Training at Harvard University. After Boston, she moved to New York before returning to California in October 2021. This time, she landed in Los Angeles, where she is enjoying the sun, but missing the goats.
During her training, Hannah was lucky enough to study at RADA in London and MXAT in Moscow. She has performed at the Edinburgh Fringe as well as in both regional and New York theaters. She is especially excited by work that flirts with fantasy as a way to explore complex themes and human connections. If it’s funny, all the better. As a writer she is drawn to the gothic and the slightly weird, probably because all that fog got in her brain when she was younger. As an actor, she has played more than her fair share of ghosts.
When not acting or writing, Hannah can be found hiking, reading, or knitting endless pairs of socks.