Actress Hannah Alligood found fame in her early teens thanks to roles in young adult movie "Paper Towns" (2015), Christian drama "Miracles from Heaven" (2016) and single mother sitcom "Better Things" (FX, 2016-). Born in Birmingham, AL, Alligood developed a love at acting at an early age, and after performing in various church, school and local theater productions made her screen debut alongside younger sister Avery in kids fantasy short "The Mighty Magic Cape II" (2013). Two years later she made a guest appearance in superhero police procedural "Powers" (Playstation Network, 2015-16) and played the younger version of Cara Delevingne's character Margo in the adaptation of John Green's coming-of-age novel "Paper Towns" (2015). After briefly showing up in young adult sequel "The Divergent Series: Allegiant" (2016), Alligood added to her film credits with the role of cancer patient Haley in the faith-based "Miracles from Heaven" (2016). That same year she bagged her first recurring part when she was cast as socially-conscious middle child Frankie in Pamela Adlon's critically-acclaimed comedy "Better Things" (FX, 2016-).