|Hannah Gross Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 5 in|
|Date of Birth||September 25, 1990|
Hannah Gross is a Canadian actress who came to limelight after playing the role of Debbie Mitford in the crime thriller web television series Mindhunter (2017). She has appeared in several other TV shows including The Sinner (2018) where she had the recurring part of Marin and has starred in numerous films like Wilby Wonderful (2004) and Falling (2020).
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
She went to New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts, graduating with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre and minoring in Religious Studies.
- Father – Paul Gross (Actor, Producer, Director, Singer & Writer)
- Mother – Martha Burns (Actress)
She is represented by Authentic Talent and Literary Management.
5 ft 5 in or 165 cm
55 kg or 121 lbs
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She has dated –
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She often tends to dye her hair in different shades.
Large, expressive eyes
Hannah Gross Favorite Things
- Film – The Matrix, having watched it every day for 3 months
- Interest – Archeology
Source – TVOverMind.com
Hannah Gross Facts
- She has disclosed that when she was a child, she used to visit her grandmother who had grown up in the badlands in Alberta, Canada and they together would spend a lot of time bone hunting that in turn led to the growth of her interest in archaeology. She has spoken of her fond memories of that time and how her grandmother was one of her inspirations.
- Hannah has revealed that she was a very shy kid and she did not start getting into acting until she started going to high school.
- Before attaining stardom she had worked at Hooters for around 3 weeks, landing the job after she and her friend had acquired their bartending licenses.
- Her 1st on-screen appearance was in an uncredited role in the film Men with Brooms (2002) that was directed by her father who had also played the starring role.
- Hannah has worked on the stage as well, and one of her most notable roles was as Katie in the 2010 production of Doc.
- In 2012, she directed an adaptation of the famous play A Streetcar Named Desire that had originally opened on Broadway in 1947 and has been remade numerous times on stage as well as on-screen.
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