|Born||in Florida, USA|
|Height||5' 3" (1.6 m)|
Mini Bio (1)
Hannah Rose Kurczeski, born in 2003, is a Pennsylvania native. An honors student in school, she is active in her school's music and drama programs. Hannah has always loved performing since a very young age. She first took the stage at age 4, performing ballet, tap, and jazz numbers with her dance company. When she was 7 years old, she caught the acting bug when she first auditioned for and landed the role of 'The Coroner' in a local production of "The Wizard of Oz." Since then, she has continued to perform in various productions for the stage and screen, with some of her favorite roles being 'Jane Banks' in "Mary Poppins" and 'Helen Keller' in "The Miracle Worker." She also performed with the Muhlenberg College Theatre Company as 'Joan' in "Street Scene," and was a part of the 'Children's Ensemble' in "Evita" with the prestigious Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival, where she received her Equity Membership Candidate card. She has received training in both theatrical and TV/Film acting and improvisation and continuously attends voice lessons and acting workshops to hone her skills. She has landed several roles in both independent and major films, including the role of 'Young Marika' in the Emmy-Award winning documentary "Remember Us: The Hungarian Hidden Children."
- IMDb Mini Biography By: Kathy Kurczeski