Hannah Gross was a Canadian actress born on September 25, 1992 in Toronto, Canada, to a well-known pair of actors, Martha Burns and Paul Gross. Hannah decided to go into the family business, making her film debut in her father's comedies "Men With Brooms" (2002) and "Wilby Wonderful" (2004), before going off to study Theatre at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts. Following graduation, she directed a production of the Tennessee Williams classic "A Streetcar Named Desire" for the Stella Adler Studio of Acting. Gross then returned to the big screen, appearing in such acclaimed indie productions as "I Used to Be Darker" (2013), "Christmas, Again" (2014), "Stinking Heaven" (2015), and "Unless" (2016). 2017 proved to be Gross's biggest year yet, appearing in the acclaimed sci-fi drama "Marjorie Prime" (2017) and David Fincher's crime procedural series "Mindhunter" (Netflix, 2017-).