Hannah Judith Wilcock, known professionally as Hannah Wilcock, is an English actress. Originally born in Brighton, she now resides in London.
Hannah originally trained with LAMDA completing her duologue Gold Award, before attending the University of East Anglia. Taking a break to study Computer Science, she returned to acting in 2019, training at IDENTITY School of Acting.
A newcomer to the scene, Hannah kickstarted her career playing the leading role 'Jamie' (originally cast for a male) in Carmer Nasr's Dubailand. Since her debut, Hannah has starred in a remake of Lucy Prebble's hit stage play The Effect as the lead 'Connie' and has recently wrapped on her first feature film YES-MAN.
Alongside acting, Hannah is a Management Consultant for one of the most prestigious global consultancies. Hannah specialises in digital transformations and advises clients across the world on innovation and digital strategy.
Outside of work, Hannah's incredibly passionate about bringing awareness and insight around disability through her performing. Coming from a family of profoundly deaf family, Hannah has learnt sign language and continues to seek roles and opportunities that further enhance our understanding around hearing loss.
Hannah is also a fitness fanatic. Training from 4 years old, Hannah began competing professionally across regional and national championships in swimming - winning titles as part of the UK's Under 16s Team. Hannah has also trained in yoga, barre and powerlifting.
Hannah Wilcock is currently seeking representation.
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