Hannah began her career with the National Youth Theatre of Great Britain, and went onto star in a wide variety of British television shows including TESS OF THE D’URBEVILLES, PEAK PRACTICE, DANGERFIELD and three shows for LYNDA LA PLANTE. In 2000 she joined the cast of the British soap opera EASTENDERS where she remained for four and a half years appearing in over four hundred episodes. From 2004 Hannah was touring the UK and appearing in the WEST END with a variety of shows including: CALENDAR GIRLS (tour and West End), TOM, DICK AND HARRY (West End), STRANGERS ON A TRAIN (tour), THE VAGINA MONOLOGUES (London and Tour), SOAP at Ayckbourn’s theatre The Stephen Joseph and most recently as Beverly in ABIGAIL’S PARTY (Lindsey Posner/Tom Attenborough). She continued to work in television with recurring roles in DOCTORS (BBC) and NEW TRICKS (BBC). Played the lead in the feature film PATIENT 17 and COME FLY WITH ME for the BBC. She has also regularly featured on BBC Radio Drama. Since arriving in Australia in 2013 she has toured with her partner Huw Higginson in LOVE LETTERS, appeared in THE WHALE (Old Fitz), MR STINK (CDP) at Sydney Opera House and made her musical theatre debut in SIDESHOW (The Hayes), and this year she appeared as Julie in Sydney Theatre Company’s’ production of TALK by Jonathan Biggins. Next year she is thrilled to be tackling THE ALMIGHTY SOMETHING, a new Australian work at The Griffin directed by Lee Lewis. Hannah is delighted to be making her debut at Ensemble Theatre with this beautiful play.