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Hannah Hogan is an actress, stand-up comedian and writer originally from Canada and now based in Nashville, Tennessee. She was voted “The Funniest Person in The World” by her brother in pre-school and has spent the rest of her life trying to live up to this truly stressful title. 


Although Hannah has only lived in the States for a short time, she has found great success in America. Since moving to Music City in 2016, she has performed in several Comedy Festivals including The Green Gravel Comedy Festival in Iowa City, The Bird City Comedy Festival in Phoenix, The Cape Fear Comedy Festival in Wilmington NC, The Limestone Comedy Festival in Bloomington IN, The Memphis Comedy Festival and The Laughing Skull Festival in Atlanta, GA.  

Hannah is quite a “Road Dog” (cool industry term). While she lives in Nashville, she is often driving down the interstate heading to her next gig. When she is not working at her home club at Zanies in Nashville, she is making people laugh at other great venues across North America. Some of the clubs she’s performed at recently include The Laughing Skull and The Punchline in Atlanta, The Comedy Attic in Bloomington, IN, The Loony Bin in Little Rock AR and Wichita KS, various Comedy Zones across the south east, The Seaside REP Theater in Florida, The Improv in Syracuse NY and The Comedy Club On State in Madison, WI.  Hannah has had the pleasure of opening for J. Anthony Brown, Beth Stelling, Steve Rannazzisi, Julian McCullough, Aries Spears, Rich Vos, Steve-O, Special K,  Tom Rhodes, Wendy Liebman, Bridgett Everett, Steve Bryne and Gilbert Gottfried.


Prior to moving to America, Hannah achieved much success as an actor and TV writer in Canada. She starred in the City TV comedy series Meet the Family and after her stellar performance in the first season of the show, she was hired to write and star in the second season. Hannah was nominated for a Canadian Comedy Award for Best Writing in a Comedy Series for her work in the City TV series. Hannah is a Canadian Comedy Award Winner for her performance in the hit YTV sketch comedy show, That’s So Weird, which aired for three critically acclaimed seasons. Early in her career, Hannah was hired by Yuks Yuks in Canada, where she was invited to perform at Just For Laughs 42, on the showcase show  “New Wave of Comedians”.


Hannah appeared in dozens of national commercials in Canada. Her TV and film credits include Meet The Family (City TV), That’s So Weird (YTV), Warehouse 13 (SPACE), The Carswell Show (ROGERS), Til Lease Do Us Part (OUT TV), Three Mothers (Warsaw Film Festival), Friends with Benefits (FUNNY OR DIE), Gay Aunt Barb (YouTube), True Dating Stories (CBC) and True Man (TIFF film).  Hannah was a writer for the CBC series The Nations (CBC) and she is currently a contributing writer for the CBC Punchline.


Hannah spent her formative years studying acting and comedy in Toronto, Ontario. She went to Humber College’s ‘Acting for Film and Television Program’, where she won the Brian Linehan Scholarship for Outstanding Artistic Promise. During college, she studied improv and comedy writing at the legendary Second City in Toronto and her acting and improv training prepared Hannah for a versatile career in entertainment. Hannah is a multi-talented woman who after making waves in Canada is now hitting her stride in America.