Audiences have taken note of KATHRYN HAHN's versatility in
both comedic and dramatic roles in her film, television, and stage performances.
She most recently starred on-screen in Jill Soloway's Afternoon Delight,
which earned her a Gotham Independent Film Award nomination; in Rawson Marshall
Thurber's blockbuster comedy We're the Millers; and in Ben Stiller's The Secret
Life of Walter Mitty, which world-premiered at the 2013 New York Film Festival.
Ms. Hahn's feature film credits also include Adam McKay's Step Brothers and
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy; Sam Mendes' Revolutionary Road; David
Wain's Wanderlust; Jesse Peretz's Our Idiot Brother; James L. Brooks' How Do You
Know; Neal Brennan's The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard; Nancy Meyers' The Holiday;
Nigel Cole's A Lot Like Love; Robert Luketic's Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!;
and Donald Petrie's How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days.
She recently completed filming Peter Bogdanovich's Squirrels to the Nuts,
with Owen Wilson, Jennifer Aniston, Cybill Shepherd, and Richard Lewis; and This
Is Where I Leave You, directed by Shawn Levy, alongside Rose Byrne, Timothy
Olyphant, and Jason Bateman of Bad Words. She is currently in production on Brad
Bird's Tomorrowland, with George Clooney, Hugh Laurie, and Britt Robertson.
Ms. Hahn's television work has included a series regular role on the
long-running Crossing Jordan; and memorable guest-starring arcs on Parks and
Recreation, Hung, and Girls.
She made her Broadway debut in director Matthew Warchus' Tony Award-winning
revival of Boeing-Boeing, alongside Tony Award winner Mark Rylance, Bradley
Whitford, Gina Gershon, Mary McCormack, and Christine Baranski. Among her other
stage credits are Dead End, at the Ahmanson Theater in the Huntington Theater
Company production; Ten Unknowns, also with Huntington Theater Company; A
Midsummer Night's Dream, Camino Real, and Chaucer in Rome, all at the
Williamstown Mainstage; Hedda Gabler, at Williamstown's Baystreet; and Othello
and The Birds, at the Yale School of Drama.
Ms. Hahn received her Bachelor's degree from Northwestern University, and her
Masters in Fine Arts from the Yale School of Drama.
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