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Like most movie and TV stars, Hana Hayes picked up interest in acting from an early age and as such, she began training in the arts early on. However, what she doesn’t share in common with most stars is that she found fame as a video game character.
Hana Hayes is best known for lending her voice and image to the character of Sarah in the critically acclaimed action-adventure survival horror video game, The Last of Us. Asides the popular video game, Hana is also popular for her portrayal of Lizzie Sanderson on the Fox Channel’s comedy TV series The Grinder. Below, we catch up on her previous and latest achievements as an actress among other things.
Hana Hayes – Biography
Born and raised in the United States of America, Hana Hayes is a native of Tucson Arizona, where she was born on March 29, 1999. Her parents are Sandy, an architect, and Robert Hayes; she also has a brother – Justin Hayes. When it became obvious that Hana had a future in entertainment, her mother quit her job to offer assistance to her daughter. There is no record of Hana’s educational background available anywhere.
She joined the Gaslight Musical Theater in 2007 and began acting through the guidance of Melody Baker. With her supportive family cheering her on, Hana was able to receive training at prestigious institutions early in her career. Her vocal training was attained at La Voix Studio, LA, while she honed her acting skills at famous studios including the Playhouse West and Actorsite in Los Angeles. The Voice Studio granted her a scholarship for showing unique talent in dancing, acting, and singing.
At the age of 10, Hana Hayes took part in an acting competition where she performed exceptionally.
Before she became very famous following her 2013 video game appearance, Hana Hayes had her first acting project in a Japanese animation movie – A Letter to Momo – in 2011, working as a voice actor. Her professional acting career fully kicked off in 2011 when she portrayed Ally Dolan in one episode of Criminal Minds. She then appeared in a recurring role as Tammy Lynch in the series, Bucket and Skinner’s Epic Adventures which lasted from 2011 to 2013. Around this time, she landed roles in projects like Wrinkles, Relative Eternity, End of the Innocence, Thunderstruck’ and also joined the cast of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2013 for one episode.
In 2014, she starred alongside in Mercy and in 2015, she appeared in one episode of Grey’s Anatomy and played Leia in Stockholm, Pennsylvania the same year, following it up with appearances in The Ultimate Evil, a television series, and the movie – A Beautiful Now.
On Fox channel’s The Grinder, Hana Hayes played a regular role from 2015 to 2016. Portraying Lizzie on the show made her more popular as an actress. To the Bone, Here Now, and Remember Me are some of her 2017 film projects while the television shows include 9JKL and Future Man.
Her recent projects in both film and television include Insidious: The Last Key and respectively. The independent movie titled Relish is one of her projects in the works. Her net worth is yet to be reviewed officially but some sources have it quoted as $2 million.
Right now, it appears Hana Hayes is single as she has not been spotted with anyone. The American actress was romantically involved with Chandler Riggs but her relationship with the Walking Dead star only lasted for barely two years. Watch this space for updates on her future love interests.
Reading people’s biographies is one of her favorite things to do and she likes it, even more, when is the author. She also loves riding horses in addition to traveling and shopping. Also, being a celebrity does not stop Hana from getting her hands dirty as she likes to bake once in a while. Additionally, she drinks a lot of sweet tea. She is also a lover of cats and supports gay rights.
The beautiful actress stands at 1.7 m in height but an accurate figure has not been allocated to her weight yet. Details about her other body measurements are also not available. Notwithstanding, she keeps fit and maintains the right figure that will help her career reach the zenith.