HANNAH REIMANN’s film credits include starring roles in the independent feature “Burn!!!” and in the award-winning and festival shorts, “The Wounded and the Slain,” “Lupercalia,” the role of “Baby” in the upcoming feature “Things I Don’t Understand,”and various other roles in over a dozen independent movies. Born in New York City of Korean and German parents, her projects in both music and film range from the experimental to those found on mainstream cable TV (“The Promised Land,” Blood & Honor”) to international film festivals.
Theater credits include Musical Director for Arthur Miller’s “American Clock” directed by her mentor, Austin Pendleton, for which she was also solo singer in two sold-out runs. Miss Reimann began her career as a professional musician, in a punk rock band as a teenager, then playing Classical piano recitals and chamber music, most notably collaborating with world-class violist Paul Coletti with whom she performed internationally and interpreted the works of Astor Piazzolla. She has written vocal and instrumental music for the stage and screen and is a singer-songwriter. She produces her own music videos and concerts for her many vocal and piano students, some of which have worked in Broadway, Off-Broadway and in other professional productions. She lives in Greenwich Village and teaches singing and piano in both New York and New Jersey.
View her 2010 Showreel at the following link http://www.vimeo.com/11020047
Unique traits: Korean-German heritage, widely castable as different ethnicities from Caucasian, any Asian Mix, Hispanic, Irish, etc.
The Cutting Room Floor
Film by Roughouse Films / Richard Roepnack Meaghan
Thing I Don't Understand
Film by Wandering Cut Films / David Spaltro Baby
Film by Roughouse Films / Richard Roepnack Star
The Wounded and the Slain
Film by Jason Begue Lita
by Game Point Films / Greg Greiner Janelle
Theater by Austin Pendleton Night Club Singer / Musical Director
Astor Piazzolla Live at the Argentine Consulate General
Television by CNN Pianist / collaborator with Violist Paul Coletti
HB Studio, Sarah Lawrence College (Bronxville, NY), Putney School