HANNAH GROSS

Hannah Gross was born on September 25, 1992 in West Bloomfield, Michigan, USA. She is an actress and writer, known for Mindhunter (2017), Unless (2016) and Marjorie Prime (2017). See full bio »
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Actress (23 credits)
 2018 Fat Tuesday (completed)
Lindsay
 2016 Nightshade (Short) (completed)
Rose Waltz
 2017 Mindhunter (TV Series)
Debbie Mitford

Episode #1.6 (2017) … Debbie Mitford
Episode #1.5 (2017) … Debbie Mitford
Episode #1.4 (2017) … Debbie Mitford
Episode #1.3 (2017) … Debbie Mitford
Episode #1.9 (2017) … Debbie Mitford
 2017 Marjorie Prime
Young Marjorie
 2016 Unless
Norah
 2016 Psychic Ills: Another Change (Short)
Girl
 2016 Psychic Ills: Baby (Short)
Girl at Bar
 2016 Dramatic Relationships (Short)
 2016 The Zeno Question (Short)
Kirsten
 2015 Little Cabbage (Short)
Ana
 2015 Beach Week (Short)
Laure
 2015 Take What You Can Carry (Short)
Lilly
 2015 Stinking Heaven
Ann
 2015 Valedictorian
Emily
 2014/I Haze (Short)
Natalie
 2014 Christmas, Again
Lydia
 2014 Uncertain Terms
Cammy
 2013 The Sixth Year
Gabby (fifth segment)
 2005 Drei Mädchen (Short)
Daughter
 2004 Wilby Wonderful
Girl at Motel (uncredited)
 2002 Men with Brooms
Girl at Game (uncredited)
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Hannah Gross

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Hannah Gross
Born (1992-09-25) September 25, 1992 (age 25)
Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Residence Manhattan, New York, U.S.
Alma mater New York University (B.F.A.)
Occupation Actress
Years active 2002–present
Parent(s)

Hannah Gross (born September 25, 1992)[1][2] is a Canadian actress. She is the daughter of fellow actors Martha Burns and Paul Gross.[1]

Life and career[edit]

Gross was born in Toronto, Ontario.[1] She attended New York University‘s Tisch School of the Arts and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre, minoring in Religious Studies.[3] She currently lives in the Chinatown neighbourhood of Manhattan.[4]

In 2010, Gross played Katie in Sharon Pollock‘s 1984 play Doc and directed Tennessee WilliamsA Streetcar Named Desire (1947) for the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. She performed in Williams’ 1953 play Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen in 2012.[3][1] Gross was cast in I Used to Be Darker (2013) after meeting its director, Matthew Porterfield, at the after show party for the New York City screening of his previous film, Putty Hill (2010).[5] Also in 2013, she played the title character in Dustin Guy Defa’s short film Lydia Hoffman Lydia Hoffman.[6] Gross played the lead female character in Charles Poekel’s film Christmas, Again, which had its premiere at the 2014 Locarno International Film Festival.[7][8] She also performed in Nathan Silver’s 2014 film Uncertain Terms and will reunite with him on his upcoming film, Stinking Heaven, which, as of April 2014, is in pre-production.[9][10] Also in 2014, Gross played the lead role in David Raboy’s short film Beach Week.[11]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Men with Brooms Girl at Game Uncredited
2004 Wilby Wonderful Girl at Motel Uncredited
2005 Drei Mädchen Daughter Short film
2013 I Used to Be Darker Abby
2013 Lydia Hoffman Lydia Hoffman Lydia Hoffman Short film
2013 The Sixth Year Gabby Fifth segment
2014 Uncertain Terms Cammy
2014 Christmas, Again Lydia
2014 Haze Natalie Short film
2015 Valedictorian Emily
2015 Stinking Heaven Ann Additional writing
2015 Take What You Can Carry Lilly Short film
2015 Beach Week Laure Short film
2015 Little Cabbage Ana Short film
2016 The Zeno Question Kirsten Short film
2016 Dramatic Relationships Short film
2016 Psychic Ills: Baby Girl at Bar Short film
2016 Psychic Ills: Another Change Girl Short film
2016 Unless Norah
2016 Nightshade Rose Waltz Short film, completed
2017 Marjorie Prime Young Marjorie

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2017 Mindhunter Debbie 10 episodes

Stage[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2010 Doc Katie Young Centre for the Performing Arts
2012 Talk to Me Like the Rain and Let Me Listen Collapsable Hole
2012 A Streetcar Named Desire N/A Director