Monday, February 10th, 2020 
Hollywood Salon: 
JIM HANNA, TV, Film, & Commercial Actor

You may recognize this long-time NCCer who has graced the silver and small screen with hundreds of credits to his name. Hollywood hasn’t fazed this great guy, who isready to share his experience as a REAL working actor in Los Angeles with YOU. 

Jim Hanna was born and raised in Lincoln and graduated from UNL in 1991. After, he moved to LA to get an MFA at USC and has been here ever since. After years of the “starving actor” routine, he began working and has carved out a steady career in TV, film, and commercials.

He’s appeared in 100+ commercials and has dozens of film and TV credits, including roles in FRIENDS, WILL & GRACETHE X-FILES, WAR OF THE WORLDS, RAY DONOVAN, PARKS AND REC, MOMBATTLE OF THE SEXES, JANE THE VIRGIN and LA’S FINEST. Most recently he has appeared in ABC’s STATION 19 HBO’s upcoming PERRY MASON, and the Nebraska-set ABC comedy BLESS THIS MESS where he plays…a New Yorker visiting Nebraska.

He’s also appeared often in LA’s small theaterswith award winning roles in OTHELLO and EQUUS, among others. He’s a regular contributor to The Hollywood Fringe Festival as an actor, writer, and producer. His most recent effort, THE MAYOR’S DEBATE OF TRANQUILITY, NEBRASKA, was nominated for 7 awards including Best Comedy, and won the Theatre Unleashed Award for Top Ensemble Production. Even after nearly 29 years in LA, his Nebraska upbringing continues to influence his life and work.

Ask questions and gain insights from
the experienced, excellent actor 
Jim Hanna on February 10th!

Be sure to catch some of our talented NCCers in their upcoming shows on stage!
You’ll want to get a group together to see these highly anticipated shows…

8PM, Friday-Sunday to March 1, Not Feb. 21

Come see veteran actress Mari Weiss on stage! In a story that careens through decades, three sisters—a politician, a first-time pregnant mother and a uni drop-out— struggle to find any sliver of hope amidst a crush of familial fractures, societal disconnect and corporate greed. Pay what you can night is THIS FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 7, $20 minimum.

To find out more information about the production and for additional dates check out the Venice-based Rogue Machine Theatre here.

The Actors Co-Op, Hollywood, February 7 – March 15, 2020
Mark your calendars to see actress Treva Tegtmeier in her latest stage production! From Tony/Pulitzer-nominated playwright Lee Blessing comes the story of three people searching for lifelong answers to fundamental questions about our purpose, our past and our future. For tickets and more information on show dates, find the Actors Co-Op website here.
See you at the theatre!

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