Hannah Marks

Hannah Marks

Beloved child actress Hannah Marks started her entertainment career at the tender age of six. Marks started her acting career in various dramas, including "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC, 1999-), "Criminal Minds" (CBS, 2005-) and "Numb3rs" (CBS, 2005-2010). She also appeared in "Private Practice" (ABC, 2007-2013). Marks began her entertainment career acting in films like the Justin Long comedy "Accepted" (2006). Several more television roles followed in the early 2000s and the 2010s, including stints on "Flash Forward" (ABC, 2009-2010). In the early 2000s and the 2010s, she acted in the Kristen Stewart dramatic musical "The Runaways" (2010) and the Andrew Garfield blockbuster action movie "The Amazing Spider-Man" (2012). She also worked in television around this time, including a part on "Flash Forward" (ABC, 2009-2010). Marks's more recent roles included the drama "Anesthesia" (2016) with Sam Waterston, "Southbound" (2016) and the comedy sequel "SLC Punk 2: Punk's Dead" (2016) with Devon Sawa. She also appeared in "Hard Sell" (2016) and "The Real O'Neals" (ABC, 2016-17). Since then she starred in her feature film "Banana Split" (2018), which she also co-wrote and produced. Additionally, Marks starred opposite Gillian Jacobs and Jermaine Clement in Kris Rey's comedy "I Used to Go Here" (2020), which had its world premiere at the 2020 South by Southwest Festival.