Hannah Telle grew up doing theater in Shelby, North Carolina before graduating high school from North Carolina School of the Arts with a concentration in Drama. For college, she studied Theatre and Cinematic Arts at the University of Southern California. After learning to play guitar for a role in a film, she started writing songs as a therapeutic tool to alleviate depression and anxiety. She has since released two full length albums of original music and played shows at the Hotel Cafe in Hollywood and The Last Bookstore in Downtown LA. Recently, her second album 'Walking Away from the Dream' was featured on Tim's Twitter Listening Party, alongside albums by Paul McCartney, The Smiths & Cocteau Twins. For her acting, she is best known as the voice of the main character in the BAFTA award-winning video game series 'Life is Strange'. Hannah's on-camera resume is both rich and diverse - she has played lead roles in films premiering at San Diego Comic Con, Dances with Films Festival, Beverly Hills International Film Festival, and Santa Barbara Film Festival. In 2018, Hannah returned to the University of Southern California to study Neuroscience and will graduate in December 2021. She is a strong advocate for animal rights and mental health research.
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