Hannah Gayle Marks
5' 3" (1.6 m)
Hannah Marks was born in Santa Monica, California, USA, but raised up the coast in San Luis Obispo, where she began acting in theater at the age of six. She and her family moved back to Los Angeles when Hannah was eleven. By the time she was twelve, Hannah had acted in three films, most notably as Lizzie, the precocious, over-achieving little sister of Bartleby Gaines in the Universal comedy, Accepted (2006), starring Justin Longand Jonah Hill. Television roles followed with recurring roles on Weeds (2005), Flashforward (2009), guest stars on Numb3rs (2005),Criminal Minds (2005), Private Practice (2007), Ugly Betty (2006), Grimm (2011), and more. In 2010, Hannah played the role of Tammy in The Runaways (2010), alongside Kristen Stewart. Hannah is a series regular on USA Network's Necessary Roughness (2011) now in its second season. She plays Lindsay Santino, the rebellious teenage daughter of Dr. Dani, played by Callie Thorne. Hannah has a cameo role in The Amazing Spider-Man (2012) in 2012 and also plays Julia in the feature film, You Can't Win (2018).
Daughter of former actor Nova Ball.
Granddaughter of Ernie Ball, guitar manufacturer and inventor of rock n' roll Slinky guitar strings.
Great-great granddaughter of Ernest Roland Ball, who wrote "When Irish Eyes Are Smiling".
Is an only child.
Was featured in the cover story of the June 4, 2006 "New York Times" Magazine.
Grew up in the same Central California town as Zac Efron.
Named one of the 7 breakout stars of SXSW 2016 by Indiewire for her role in Slash.
Named one of Rolling Stone's 25 under 25 artists changing the world.
I like a little bit of punk mixed with a little bit of feminine.
Since I'm a vegetarian, I try to focus on getting my protein and iron needs met.
I'm a vegetarian and change my hair color as much as I can.
I don't concern myself too much about calories and fat.
What I wear is constantly evolving. I am really big on comfortable clothes. I love soft, loose-fitting clothing that has some edge or something new/fresh to it.