Hannah Lake is 27, a natural blonde, and from North Carolina, where she grew up with a pet emu and a strong Southern accent. She is a graduate of Western Carolina University with a B.F.A. in Acting and a minor in Dance, and is living and working in Atlanta, Georgia.

Hannah wears many different hats -- hats for singing, dance, photography, piano, film, Shakespeare, costuming and makeup, combat, stage management. She also loves reading, making lists, and running. Some of her current goals include mastering the ukulele and teaching herself how to juggle.

Hannah was a part of the 2013-2014 Apprentice Company at Horizon Theatre Company in ATL, and is now a full-time freelance actor, photographer, and teaching artist. This past fall, she taught all over with The Alliance Theatre, directed a play for The Atlanta AppCo Alumni Series, and rejoined Out of Box Theatre for their third remount of Evil Dead the Musical as Cheryl! She also performed as Fuschia and Grandma Silver in the world premiere of Red: A Crayon's Musical as part of The Atlanta Musical Theatre Festival and joined the ensemble of Elf the Musical at the Springer Opera House.

Hannah's other professional theatre credits include Gretchen in Horizon Theatre's production of Freaky Friday, Cheryl in Evil Dead the Musical, Veronica Sawyer in Heathers the Musical, Isabel/Helen Scrooge the Musical, Nano in Volpone,  Jolene/Ensemble in Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, Barbie/Sofia/Gretchen/Rosalinda/Kitty in Five Course Love, Wrath/Scholar/Combatant in Doctor Faustus,  Fairy/Female Swing in Peter Pan, and Grace in Monsters. Her educational theatre credits include The Wigmaker in Rashomon, Miss Leighton in Once In A Lifetime, Cheryl Marks in The Why and Felicia Dantine in I Hate Hamlet.