It was in 2005 that actress Hannah Marks started her career on screen. She first made her film debut in Doll Graveyard, as well as had her first TV appearance in an episode of Numb3rs. She next performed in the feature films Danika and Accepted. During this period, she also made several one-time roles on the small screen, such as on the shows Criminal Minds, The Winner, Heartland, Private Practice, and Ugly Betty. Her first notable role on TV was as Harmony on Weeds. She next played Annabelle Campos in 3 episodes of FlashForward. In 2010, she played the role of Tammy in the movie The Runaways.
She later starred as Lindsay Santino on the USA Network series Necessary Roughness, which she played from 2011-2013. At the same time, she played Missy Kallenback in The Amazing Spider-Man. She then had a starring role in the movie Kristin’s Christmas Past. After Necessary Roughness, she played Gloria in 4 episodes of Awkward. She also starred in the films 1000 to 1: The Cory Weissman Story, Anesthesia, Southbound, Punk’s Dead, Slash, and Hard Sell. More recently, she became known for starring as Amanda Brotzman on the BBC American series Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency. She also played recurring part Mimi Waxberg on the ABC sitcom The Real O’Neals. In 2018, she made her directing and writing debut in the film After Everything.
Following her workout routine is one way for Marks to maintain a lean and strong figure. It’s how she makes sure that she feels good from the inside out. “I want to be stronger and healthier, so I’ve been kickboxing because it feels like a game instead of exercise,” said Marks. As for her go-to workouts, she revealed: “So far, my workouts are whatever kind of machine I can semi figure out at the gym without looking like a wacky waving inflatable tube man outside of a car dealership.”