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Hannah Gross

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B: in Toronto, Ontario

Hannah Gross graduated with a BFA from NYU’s Experimental Theatre Wing in 2012. Since then she has appeared in Matt Porterfield’s I Used to be Darker, Dustin Guy Defa’s short film Lydia Hoffman, Lydia Hoffman, as well as the episode Defa directed for The Sixth Year (produced by the Goethe Institute), Uncertain Terms (dir. by Nathan Silver) and Charles Poekel’s Christmas, Again which premiered at the 2014 Locarno International Film Festival. Daughter of Paul Gross and Martha Burns, her theatre credits include Doc (directed by Diana LeBlanc for Soulpepper Theatre Company), She’s Gone Serious (directed by Alexandra Siladi and performed at the Collapsible Hole in New York City) and Passing Through: Room 603 (directed by Alexandra Siladi and performed at Access Theatre in New York City), Morning to Morning or The Belly of the Whale (performed in the New York International Fringe Festival) as well as assistant directing Kate Whoriskey’s production of Antigone for NYU. The 2020 feature, Falling, marks the directorial debut of actor Viggo Mortensen.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Men With Brooms (2002)
Wilby Wonderful (2004)
Drei Mädchen (2005, short)

I Used to Be Darker (2013)
The Sixth Year (2013)
Uncertain Times (2014)
Christmas, Again (2014)
Haze (2014, short)
Valedictorian (2015)
Stinking Heaven (2015)
Beach Week (2015, short)
Take What You Can Carry (2015, short)
Little Cabbbage (2015, short)
Unless (2016)
Marjorie Prime (2017)
The Mountain (2018)
Her Smell (2018)
Fat Tuesday (2018)
Colewell (2019)
Clifton Hill (2019)
The Education of Fredrick Fitzell (2019)
Falling (2020)

TV Series – Cast:
Mindhunter (2017)
The Sinner (2018)

TV Series – Guest appearances:
Deadwax (2018)

Falling, movie, poster,