Hannah Waterman made her professional acting debut with a very prolific year in television: in 1997, she performed as Linda Smith in The Bill, Nancy in Tess of the...Read More
Hannah Waterman studied at Warwick University and trained with the National Youth Theatre. She made her professional acting debut with a very prolific year in television: in 1997, she performed as Linda Smith in The Bill, Nancy in Tess of the D’Urbervilles, Maria in EastEnders and as Maura Puller in the BBC’s Dangerfield. In 1998 she gained the role Maria in Casualty, and in 1999 featured as Mel in Peak Practice. Between 2000 and 2004 she became a regular on EastEnders as character Laura Dunn, and in 2006 returned to The Bill and entered into BBC Television’s Holby City, Doctors and Afternoon Play. Between 2006 and 2010 she featured as Emily Driscoll in New Tricks. Other credits include Just the Two of Us (2008) and returns to Holby City and Doctors in 2012. Her other screen appearance was in the feature film Patient 17, which won the Best Sci-Fi category at the London Independent Film Festival.
Hannah Waterman’s stage appearances include parts in Soap (Stephen Joseph Theatre) and The Vagina Monologues (Tour and London) in 2004, and Tom Dick and Harry in the West End in 2005. Other stage credits until late 2009 include roles in Round and Round the Garden, Strangers on a Train, Rattle of a Simple Man and Killing Time. In 2010, she performed as Ruth and then Cora in David Pugh’s production of Calendar Girls. Later that year, she also performed as Auntie Lou in Carrie’s War on its UK Tour. Most recently, in 2012, she played the part of Violet in The Winslow Boy at Bolton Octagon.
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