Daryl Hannah (born December 3, 1960)[1] is an American actress. She made her film debut in Brian De Palma's supernatural horror film The Fury (1978). She has starred in various films across the years, including as Pris Stratton in Ridley Scott's science fiction thriller Blade Runner (1982) and as Cathy Featherstone in Randal Kleiser's romantic comedy Summer Lovers (1982), as the mermaid Madison in Ron Howard's fantasy-romantic comedy Splash (1984), Roxanne Kowalski in the romantic comedy Roxanne (1987), Darien Taylor in Oliver Stone's drama Wall Street (1987), and Annelle Dupuy Desoto in the comedy-drama Steel Magnolias (1989). In 2005, Hannah won a Saturn Award for her role as one-eyed assassin Elle Driver in Quentin Tarantino's martial arts action film Kill Bill: Vol. 2. In 2015, she appeared in the Netflix series Sense8 as Angelica Turing.

Daryl Hannah
Hannah in 2019
Born (1960-12-03) December 3, 1960 (age 63)
Chicago, Illinois, U.S.
  • Actress
  • environmental activist
Years active1978–present
(m. 2018)

Early life


Hannah was born in Chicago, Illinois, to Susan Jeanne Metzger, a producer and former schoolteacher, and Donald Christian Hannah, a tugboat and barge company owner.[2][3] Her parents divorced, and her mother subsequently married businessman Jerrold Wexler, brother of cinematographer Haskell Wexler. Hannah grew up with siblings Don and Page Hannah and her maternal half-sister, Tanya Wexler, in Long Grove, Illinois.[4] She was raised Roman Catholic.[5]

Hannah became interested in movies at a young age, partly due to insomnia. She has said that she was very shy growing up.[6] As a young child, Hannah was emotionally isolated and struggled in school.[5] She was subsequently diagnosed with autism, and medical professionals urged her parents to have her institutionalized and medicated.[7][8][9] Instead, her mother decided to relocate with Hannah temporarily to Jamaica, in hopes that the change in environment would help her daughter.[5] Hannah later attended the progressive Francis W. Parker School in Chicago before enrolling at the University of Southern California in Los Angeles, where she studied ballet and acting.[10][11]



Film and television


Hannah made her film debut at age 17 in 1978 with an appearance in Brian De Palma's horror film The Fury.[4] She had an early role along with Rachel Ward in the 1983 horror film The Final Terror.[12] The film was shot in 1981, but was released in 1983.[13]

Hannah played the acrobatic and violent replicant Pris in Ridley Scott's science fiction classic Blade Runner (1982), in which she performed some of her own gymnastic stunts. That same year, she appeared in the summer hit release Summer Lovers. Her role as a mermaid in Ron Howard's hit fantasy/comedy Splash (1984), opposite Tom Hanks brought her much recognition. Also in 1984, she appeared in The Pope of Greenwich Village, co-starring with Mickey Rourke and Eric Roberts. In 1985, Hannah appeared in and provided backing vocals in the music video "You're a Friend of Mine", performed by Clarence Clemons and Jackson Browne. She also appeared in the music video for Browne's "Tender Is the Night". Hannah's other roles during the 1980s included the film version of the best seller The Clan of the Cave Bear (1986) and Legal Eagles (1986) starring Robert Redford and Debra Winger. She appeared in the Academy Award winning Wall Street (1987), for which she received a Razzie Award.[14] Hannah starred in the title role of Fred Schepisi's film Roxanne (1987), a modern retelling of Edmond Rostand's play Cyrano de Bergerac. Her performance was described as "sweet" and "gentle" by film critic Roger Ebert.[15] She also starred in High Spirits (1988) opposite Peter O'Toole and ended the decade with Woody Allen's Crimes and Misdemeanors (1989) and Steel Magnolias featuring Sally Field, Shirley MacLaine and Julia Roberts (1989).

Hannah played the daughter of Jack Lemmon's character in both of the Grumpy Old Men comedies. That same year, she played Nancy Archer in the HBO comedy remake of Attack Of The Fifty-Foot Woman. In 1995, Hannah was chosen by Empire magazine as No. 96 of the "100 Sexiest Stars in Film History."[16] That year she appeared as homicidal sociopath Leann Netherwood in The Tie That Binds. In 1998 she played the co-lead to Christopher Reeve in the made-for-television film remake Rear Window. That same year she also starred in the direct-to-video film Addams Family Reunion playing Morticia Addams.

Daryl Hannah at the Farm Gala 2006

Hannah played Elle Driver, a one-eyed assassin, in Kill Bill (2003), directed by Quentin Tarantino. Her performance in this film and her appearances in Speedway Junky (1999), Dancing at the Blue Iguana (2000), A Walk to Remember (2002), Northfork (2003), Casa de los Babys (2003) and Silver City (2004), have been described by some reviewers as a comeback.[17] After Kill Bill, she appeared in several TV films and miniseries, including the Syfy original film Shark Swarm, Final Days of Planet Earth for the Hallmark Channel, and Kung Fu Killer for Spike. She also appeared in Shannon's Rainbow and The Cycle in 2009.[18]

In the 2010s, Hannah appeared in several films, including A Closed Book and Eldorado. Robert Koehler of Variety wrote of A Closed Book that it allows curious fans to see what Hannah has been up to lately.[19] In 2013, she starred in Zombie Night, a Syfy original film by The Asylum as well as in TV movie Social Nightmare (a.k.a. Mother: She'll Keep You Safe), a thriller by The Asylum about internet bullying. In 2013, she joined Skin Traffik,[20] and, in 2014, she signed on to Signs of Death.[21]

Beginning in 2015, Hannah portrayed Angelica Turing in Sense8,[22] a series on Netflix from the Wachowskis. The series ran for two seasons, with a final episode released on June 8, 2018.[citation needed] Also in 2018, Hannah released Paradox, for which she served as writer and producer; the film featured musician Neil Young.[23]

In 2020, Hannah starred in The Now, a comedy series for The Roku Channel opposite Dave Franco.[24]

In 2023 she was nominated for a Grammy Award for best Music film for Neil Young & Crazy Horse's "A Band A Brotherhood A Barn".[25]



Hannah is also an accomplished theater actress, reprising Marilyn Monroe's starring role in The Seven Year Itch in 2000 in London's West End. Reviews of the play commended Hannah's performance, with Lizzie Loveridge of Curtain Up! saying that the play was the "perfect vehicle" for Hannah to "show her talents as a comedienne."[26]

Other work


Hannah wrote, directed and produced a short film titled The Last Supper. She directed, produced, and was cinematographer for the documentary Strip Notes, which was broadcast on Channel 4 in the UK and on HBO and documented the research Hannah did for her role as a stripper in Dancing at the Blue Iguana.[citation needed]

In 2002, Hannah appeared in Robbie Williams' video for the song "Feel" portraying Williams' love interest.[27]

Hannah and actress Hilary Shepard Turner created two board games, Love It or Hate It[citation needed] and LIEbrary,[28][better source needed] with Hannah previewing the latter on The Ellen DeGeneres Show in 2005.[29]


Hannah being interviewed by Link TV during the 2008 Democratic National Convention in Denver

Hannah, an active environmentalist, created her own weekly video blog called DHLoveLife on sustainable solutions.[30] She is often the sound recordist, camera person and on-screen host for the blog.[31] As of 2006, her home—which was built with green materials—ran on solar power, and she drove a car that ran on biodiesel.[32] She has been vegetarian since age 11,[33] and later became vegan. In late 2006, she volunteered to act as a judge for Treehugger.com's "Convenient Truths" contest.[34][35][failed verification] On December 4, 2008, Hannah joined Sea Shepherd Conservation Society's crew aboard the MY Steve Irwin as part of Operation Musashi.[36]

On June 13, 2006, Hannah was arrested, along with actor Taran Noah Smith, for her involvement with over 350 farmers, their families and supporters, confronting authorities trying to bulldoze the largest urban farm in the U.S., located in South Central Los Angeles. She chained herself to a walnut tree at the South Central Farm for three weeks to protest against the farmers' eviction by the property's new owner, Ralph Horowitz. The farm had been established in the wake of the 1992 L.A. riots to allow people in the city to grow food for themselves. However, Horowitz, who had paid $5 million for it, sought to evict the farmers to build a warehouse. He had asked for $16 million to sell it but turned down the offer when the activists raised that amount after the established deadline. Hannah was interviewed via cell phone shortly before she was arrested, along with 44 other protesters, and said that she and the others are doing the "morally right thing".[37] She spent some time in jail.[38]

Hannah has also worked to help end sexual slavery and has traveled around the world to make a documentary.[39]

Hannah was among 31 people arrested on June 23, 2009, in a protest against mountaintop removal in southern West Virginia, part of a wider campaign to stop the practice in the region. The protesters, who also included NASA climate scientist James E. Hansen, were charged with obstructing officers and impeding traffic after they sat in the middle of State Route 3 outside Massey Energy's Goals Coal preparation plant, The Charleston Gazette reported.[40] In a Democracy Now! phone interview on June 24, 2009, Hannah spoke briefly on why she went to West Virginia and risked arrest.[41]

Hannah being arrested in Washington, D.C., while protesting the Keystone XL pipeline, 2013

Hannah was arrested on August 30, 2011, in front of the White House as part of a sit-in to protest against the proposed Keystone oil pipeline from Alberta to the U.S. Gulf Coast.[42] In a Huffington Post piece co-authored with Phil Radford, Hannah explained that the purpose of her action was to "shine the light" on the President's decision on the pipeline for "millions of voters" to see.[43] In October 2011, Hannah and other pipeline opponents rode horses and bicycles and walked from the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation to the Rosebud Reservation to protest the project.[44]

Hannah was the executive producer of Greedy Lying Bastards, a 2012 documentary against climate change denial.[45]

In September 2012, Hannah signed environmental activist Tom Weis' open letter calling on President Barack Obama and Governor Mitt Romney to withdraw their support for the construction of the southern leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, that would transport oil sands from Montana to Texas. Other signatories included climate scientist James Hansen and actors Sheryl Lee, Mariel Hemingway, and Ed Begley Jr.[46] On October 4, 2012, Hannah was arrested and jailed in Wood County, Texas, for criminal trespassing. She and a local landowner, 78-year-old Eleanor Fairchild, were arrested while protesting against the TransCanada Keystone XL oil sands pipeline by attempting to block heavy construction equipment. Although they were charged with trespassing, they were in fact protesting on Fairchild's land.[47] On February 13, 2013, Hannah was arrested at the White House along with Robert F. Kennedy Jr. and Conor Kennedy during a climate change protest against the proposed Keystone Pipeline.[48]

On April 26, 2014, in Washington, Hannah and Neil Young led a march by the "Cowboy and Indian Alliance" group against the Obama administration to reject the proposed Keystone Pipeline.[49][50][51]

Hannah endorsed Senator Bernie Sanders for president in the 2016 U.S. presidential election.[52][better source needed]

She is a member of the World Future Council.[53][54]

Personal life

Hannah with Jackson Browne at the Academy Awards, 1988

Hannah had long-term relationships with John F. Kennedy Jr.[55] and musician Jackson Browne.[56] She and Browne began dating in 1983 and broke up in 1992 amid unsubstantiated rumors that Browne had been physically abusive to her.[57] Browne later prevailed in a defamation dispute with Fox Television which issued a retraction.[58][59] Hannah began a relationship with musician Neil Young in 2014, and they married in 2018.[60][61][62]

Hannah was among the numerous women who brought sexual abuse allegations against Harvey Weinstein. In a part of Ronan Farrow's 2017 exposé, Hannah claimed that Weinstein sexually harassed her multiple times during the production of Kill Bill and that he once tried to break into her hotel room. Fearing that he intended to rape her, she fled the room through a fire escape.[63] Hannah later expressed belief that Weinstein sabotaged her career in retaliation for refusing his advances, as she struggled to find work after appearing in Kill Bill.[64]






Year Title Role Notes
1978 The Fury Pam
1981 Hard Country Loretta
1982 Blade Runner Pris Stratton
Summer Lovers Cathy Featherstone
1983 The Final Terror Windy Morgan
1984 Reckless Tracey Prescott
Splash Madison Saturn Award for Best Actress
The Pope of Greenwich Village Diane
1986 The Clan of the Cave Bear Ayla
Legal Eagles Chelsea Deardon Also performance artist
1987 Roxanne Roxanne Kowalski
Wall Street Darien Taylor Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
1988 High Spirits Mary Plunkett Brogan Nominated—Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
1989 Crimes and Misdemeanors Lisa Crosley Uncredited
Steel Magnolias Annelle Dupuy Desoto
1990 Crazy People Kathy Burgess
1991 At Play in the Fields of the Lord Andy Huben
1992 Memoirs of an Invisible Man Alice Monroe
1993 Grumpy Old Men Melanie Gustafson
1994 The Little Rascals Miss June Crabtree
1995 The Tie That Binds Leann Netherwood
Grumpier Old Men Melanie Gustafson
1996 Two Much Liz Kerner Nominated—Golden Raspberry Award for Worst Supporting Actress
The Last Days of Frankie the Fly Margaret
1998 The Gingerbread Man Lois Harlan
The Real Blonde Kelly
Addams Family Reunion Morticia Addams Direct-to-video
Hi-Life Maggie
1999 My Favorite Martian Lizzie
Speedway Junky Veronica
Diplomatic Siege Erica Long
2000 Cord Anne White Direct-to-video
Wildflowers Sabine
2001 Jackpot Bobbi
Dancing at the Blue Iguana Angel
Cowboy Up Celia Jones aka Ring of Fire
2002 A Walk to Remember Cynthia Carter
Searching for Debra Winger Herself
Hard Cash Virginia Direct-to-video
2003 Northfork Flower Hercules
The Job CJ March
Casa de los babys Skipper
The Big Empty Stella
Kill Bill: Volume 1 Elle Driver
2004 Kill Bill: Volume 2 Italian Online Movie Award for Best Cast
MTV Movie Award for Best Fight (with Uma Thurman)
Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress
Nominated—Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actress – Motion Picture
Silver City Maddy Pilager
Whore Adriana
Careful What You Wish For Store Patron Short film
2006 Love Is the Drug Sandra Brand
Keeping Up with the Steins Sacred Feather / Sandy
Olé Maggie Granger
2007 The Poet Marlene Konig
Cosmic Radio Herself Cameo
2008 Vice Salt
The Garden Herself
Dark Honeymoon Jan
2009 The Cycle Carrie aka The Devil's Ground
Shannon's Rainbow Dr. Rita Baker
2010 A Closed Book Jane Ryder Bahamas Film Award for Best Actress[65]
2011 Every Generation Needs a Revolution Herself Short film
A Fonder Heart Margaret Boone
Lovemakers Mimi
2012 Eldorado The Stranger
2013 Garbage Herself
The Hot Flashes Ginger Peabody
2014 2047: Sights of Death Major Anderson
Father Rupert Mayer Joanna Sebastian
2015 I Am Michael Deborah
Skin Traffik Zhanna
Awaken Mao
Sicilian Vampire Carmelina Trafficante
2017 The American Connection Flora filmed in 2007
The Slider Carol
2018 Papa Sarah Freidman
2019 The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating Narrator Short film
Undateable John Rose
2023 Buckle Up Angel


Year Title Role Notes
1982 Paper Dolls Taryn Blake Television film
1993 Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman Nancy Archer Television film
1997 The Last Don Athena Aquitane 2 episodes
1997 Gun Jill Johnson Episode: "All the President's Women"
1997 Muppets Tonight Herself 1 episode
1998 Rear Window Claudia Henderson Television film
1998 Rescuers: Stories of Courage: Two Families Maria Althoff Television film
2000 First Target Alex McGregor Television film
2001 Jack and the Beanstalk: The Real Story Thespee Television film
2002 Frasier Caller #2 (voice) Episode: "Frasier Has Spokane"
2006 Final Days of Planet Earth Liz Quinlan Television film
2007 All the Good Ones Are Married Alex Television film
2008 Storm Seekers Leah Kaplan Television film
2008 Kung Fu Killer Jane Television film
2008 Shark Swarm Brooke Wilder Television film
2013 Social Nightmare Susan Hardy Television film
2013 Zombie Night Birdy Television film
2013–2014 Hawaii Five-0 Cherie Tranton 2 episodes
2015–2018 Sense8 Angelica Turing 17 episodes
2021 The Now Maxine Poole 11 episodes


Year Title Notes
1993 The Last Supper Also writer and co-producer
2001 Strip Notes Documentary
2018 Paradox Also screenwriter[66]


Year Title Role Notes
2000 The Seven Year Itch The Girl Made famous by Marilyn Monroe.
Helped Hannah overcome stage fright.[67]


  • Best Actress—Saturn Award Splash, 1984[68]
  • Best Supporting Actress—Saturn Award Kill Bill: Volume 2, 2004
  • Influencer of the Year Award—National Biodiesel Board, 2004
  • Ongoing Commitment Award—Environmental Media Award, 2004[69]
  • Best Fight—MTV Movie Awards Kill Bill: Volume 2, 2005[70]
  • Environmental Activism – Water Quality Awards, 2006[71]
  • Environmental Preservation – Artivist Awards, 2006[72]
  • Special golden camera 300 – Manaki Brothers Film Festival, 2010
  • Grammy - Best Music Film for "A Band a Brotherhood a Barn", 2023 (nominated)[73]


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