Kathryn Hahn

Kathryn Marie Hahn (born July 23, 1973)[2][3] is an American actress and comedian. She began her career on television, starring as grief counselor Lily Lebowski in the NBC crime drama series Crossing Jordan (2001–2007). Hahn went on to appear as a supporting actress in a number of comedy films, including How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days (2003), Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy (2004), Step Brothers (2008), The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (2009), Our Idiot Brother (2011), We're the Millers (2013) and The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)

Kathryn Hahn
Hahn in 2016
Born
Kathryn Marie Hahn

(1973-07-23) July 23, 1973[1]
Westchester, Illinois, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
EducationNorthwestern University (BA)
Yale University (MFA)
Occupation
  • Actress
  • comedian
Years active1999–present
Spouse(s)
Ethan Sandler
(m. 2002)
Children2

As a lead actress in film, Hahn starred in the 2013 comedy-drama Afternoon Delight, directed by Joey Soloway, comedy film Bad Moms (2016), and its sequel, A Bad Moms Christmas (2017) and the 2018 drama Private Life, directed by Tamara Jenkins. For the latter, she received critical acclaim and a Gotham Award nomination for Best Actress. She has appeared in a number of dramatic films, including Revolutionary Road (2008), This Is Where I Leave You (2014), Tomorrowland (2015), The Visit (2015), and Captain Fantastic (2016), for which she received her first Screen Actors Guild Award nomination. She voiced Doctor Octopus in the critically acclaimed animated superhero film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018).

In television, Hahn was featured in a recurring guest role on the NBC sitcom Parks and Recreation (2012–2015), for which she received a Critics' Choice nomination for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series, she starred in the Amazon Prime Video comedy-drama series Transparent (2014–2019), for which she received a nomination for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series. Hahn also starred in the Amazon Prime Video comedy series I Love Dick (2016–2017), the HBO comedy miniseries Mrs. Fletcher (2019), and the HBO drama miniseries I Know This Much Is True (2020). Since 2020, Hahn has voiced Paige Hunter in the Apple TV+ animated musical comedy series Central Park and starred as Agatha Harkness in the Disney+ miniseries WandaVision (2021), for which she received critical acclaim[4][5] and a nomination for the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited Series or Movie.

Early life

Kathryn Marie Hahn was born in Westchester, Illinois, the daughter of Karen (née Bunker) and Bill Hahn.[6] She has German, Irish, and English ancestry.[7][8] She grew up in Cleveland Heights, Ohio,[9] and was raised Catholic, attending St. Ann's Catholic school in Cleveland Heights and Beaumont School.[10][11] Hahn attended Northwestern University, where she obtained a BA in theater. Afterward, she earned her MFA in drama from Yale University.[12]

Career

1999–2012: Early work

Hahn's first appearance on any television program was Hickory Hideout, a local puppet show for children for then-NBC owned-and-operated station WKYC in Cleveland.[13] (By the time of its cancellation, Hickory Hideout was airing across all of NBC's O&O stations.) While attending a festival, she was introduced to creator/producer Tim Kring. Hahn impressed Kring so favorably that he created the character of Lily Lebowski in Crossing Jordan specifically for her.[1] The series aired from 2001 to 2007. Hahn has said of meeting Kring, "NBC and Tim Kring took a huge leap of faith in casting me. To be worked into a show that was in production and on the schedule is an amazing stroke of luck." On October 21, 2008, TV Guide reported that Hahn had signed a talent holding deal with Fox.[14]

In 2003, Hahn appeared in a supporting role alongside Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey in the romantic comedy film How to Lose a Guy in 10 Days. The following year she appeared in Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!, Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy, Around the Bend, and Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost Movie. She later had more supporting roles in films, including the 2005 romantic comedy-drama A Lot like Love starring Ashton Kutcher and Amanda Peet; The Holiday (2006) with Cameron Diaz; the science fiction adventure drama The Last Mimzy (2007) alongside Rainn Wilson; Step Brothers (2008); Revolutionary Road (2008) starring Leonardo DiCaprio and Kate Winslet; and The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard (2009), How Do You Know (2010), Our Idiot Brother (2011), and Wanderlust (2012).

On television, Hahn starred alongside Hank Azaria in the short-lived NBC comedy series Free Agents, a 2011 remake of the British series of the same name.[15] She had recurring roles on HBO shows Hung and Girls. From 2012 to 2015, she received praise for her recurring role on the NBC comedy series Parks and Recreation as Jennifer Barkley, the campaign manager of Leslie Knope's (Amy Poehler) opponent Bobby Newport (Paul Rudd). (She had previously costarred with Rudd in Our Idiot Brother, How Do You Know, and Wanderlust.)[16]

She received a 2012 Critics' Choice Television Award nomination for Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series for her performance in Parks and Recreation.[17]

Hahn at the premiere of This Is Where I Leave You in 2014

2013–2017: Film and television breakthrough

In 2013 Hahn played her first leading role, in the comedy-drama film Afternoon Delight, which was written and directed by Joey Soloway. The film premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival.[18] For her role, she was nominated for the Gotham Independent Film Award for Breakthrough Actor.[19] Later that year Hahn appeared opposite Jennifer Aniston (her co-star in Wanderlust) in the box-office hit We're the Millers and co-starred alongside Ben Stiller and Kristen Wiig in The Secret Life of Walter Mitty. In 2014 she starred in the comedy film Bad Words alongside Jason Bateman, the ensemble comedy-drama This Is Where I Leave You, and Peter Bogdanovich's She's Funny That Way alongside Owen Wilson.

In 2014 Hahn was cast as Rabbi Raquel Fein in the Amazon Studios critically acclaimed dark comedy-drama Transparent, whose creator, Joey Soloway, had directed her in Afternoon Delight. She received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series (2017) as well as a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination along with the cast. In 2015 she starred alongside Steve Coogan in the Showtime comedy-drama Happyish,[20][21] but the show was canceled after a single season.[22] That year Hahn co-starred alongside George Clooney and Hugh Laurie in the science-fiction adventure film Tomorrowland,[23] and starred in the box-office horror hit The Visit.[24][25]

In 2016 Hahn appeared alongside Viggo Mortensen in the drama film Captain Fantastic,[26][27] and starred alongside Mila Kunis, Christina Applegate, Kristen Bell and Jada Pinkett Smith in the comedy film Bad Moms.[28] IndieWire's Kate Erbland gave the film a B–, noting that it "boasts some good jokes but Hahn's revelatory performance is the big draw." The film went on to earn more than $183.9 million with a budget of $20 million.[29][30] She next appeared in the Amazon comedy series I Love Dick, based on the novel by the same name by Chris Kraus and directed by Joey Soloway. It premiered on August 19, 2016.[31][32][33]

Following the financial success from Bad Moms, STX Entertainment greenlit a sequel titled A Bad Moms Christmas. The sequel earned more than $130 million with a budget of $28 million.[34]

2018–present: Focus on television

In 2018, Hahn starred in the drama film Private Life, directed by Tamara Jenkins. She received critical acclaim for her performance.[35][36][37] She also began appearing in television commercials for Chrysler.[38] The same year, Hahn had voice roles in two animated films from Sony Pictures Animation. First, Hahn provided the voice of character Ericka Van Helsing in the comedy Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation. Second, Hahn had a voice role in the film Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse, as a female version of Doctor Octopus, named Olivia Octavius.

In 2019, Hahn starred in and produced the HBO comedy miniseries Mrs. Fletcher.[39][40] Hahn's performance as protagonist Eve Fletcher received critical praise.[41]

In 2020, Hahn starred in the HBO drama miniseries I Know This Much Is True, based on the novel of the same name by Wally Lamb opposite Mark Ruffalo.[42] That same year, Hahn began voicing Paige Hunter in the Apple TV+ animated musical comedy series Central Park. Apple Inc. had given a two-season order to Central Park, with each season set to consist of thirteen episodes.[43] In 2021, Hahn joined the Marvel Cinematic Universe by starring in the Disney+ limited series WandaVision as Agnes, a mysterious "nosy neighbor", later revealed to be Agatha Harkness.[44] She will next star in the Apple TV+ miniseries The Shrink Next Door.[45]

Personal life

Hahn is married to actor Ethan Sandler. The couple reside in Los Angeles and have two children.[1]

Filmography

Film

Year Title Role Notes
1999FlushedWomen
2003How to Lose a Guy in 10 DaysMichelle Rueben
2004Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!Angelica
Anchorman: The Legend of Ron BurgundyHelen
Around the BendSarah
Wake Up, Ron Burgundy: The Lost MovieHelen
2005A Lot like LoveMichelle
2006The HolidayBristol
2007The Last MimzyNaomi Schwartz
2008Step BrothersAlice Huff
Revolutionary RoadMilly Campbell
2009The Goods: Live Hard, Sell HardBabs Merrick
2010How Do You KnowAnnie
2011Our Idiot BrotherJanet
2012WanderlustKaren
The DictatorPregnant Woman
2013Afternoon DelightRachel
We're the MillersEdie Fitzgerald
Bad WordsJenny Widgeon
Dark Around the StarsJudith
The Secret Life of Walter MittyOdessa Mitty
2014She's Funny That WayDelta Simmons
This Is Where I Leave YouAnnie Altman
2015The D TrainStacey
TomorrowlandUrsula Gernsback
Len and CompanyIsabelle
The VisitLoretta Jamison
The Family FangCamille Fang
2016Captain FantasticHarper Cash
The Do-OverBecca
Bad MomsCarla Dunkler
2017FlowerLaurie Vandross
A Bad Moms ChristmasCarla Dunkler
2018Private LifeRachel Biegler
Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer VacationEricka Van Helsing Voice role
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-VerseOlivia Octavius / Doctor OctopusVoice role
2021Hotel Transylvania: TransformaniaEricka Van HelsingVoice role; In production
TBAKnives Out 2Pre-production

Television

Year Title Role Notes
2001–2007 Crossing Jordan Lily Lebowski 104 episodes
2006 Four Kings Sharon 2 episodes
2010 Hung Claire 3 episodes
2011 Funny or Die Presents Huntress 2 episodes
Traffic Light Kate 2 episodes
Mad Love Linda Clay Episode: "Friends"
Free Agents Helen 8 episodes
2012–2015 Parks and Recreation Jennifer Barkley 11 episodes
2012 Girls Katherine Lavoyt 4 episodes
The Newsroom Carrie Episode: "I'll Try to Fix You"
Childrens Hospital Lamaze Teacher Episode: "Childrens Lawspital"
Robot Chicken Mrs. Marquez / T-shirt Girl #1 Voice; Episode: "Hemlock, Gin and Juice"
2013–2015 Kroll Show Mikey's Mom 5 episodes
2013 NTSF:SD:SUV:: Marge Episode: "TGI Murder"
The Greatest Event in Television History Greta Strauss / Sara Rush 2 episodes
2014–2020 Bob's Burgers Jessica Voice; 2 episodes
2014 Chozen Tracy (voice) 8 episodes
American Dad! Luli Voice; Episode: "Honey, I'm Homeland"
2014–2019 Transparent Raquel Fein 22 episodes
2015 Happyish Lee Payne 10 episodes
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver Wife Episode: "Daily Fantasy Sports"
Comedy Bang! Bang! Herself Episode: "Kathryn Hahn Wears Ripped Jeans and Black Heels"
2016 Brooklyn Nine-Nine Eleanor Horstweil Episode: "Hostage Situation"
2016–2017 I Love Dick Chris Kraus 8 episodes; also executive producer
2018 The Romanoffs Anka Episode: "End of the Line"
Angie Tribeca Susan Episode: "Air Force Two"
2019 Mrs. Fletcher Eve Fletcher Main role; also producer
2020 I Know This Much Is True Dessa Constantine 6 episodes
2020–present Central Park Paige Hunter (voice) Main role
2020 Make It Work! Herself Television special
2021 WandaVision Agatha Harkness / "Agnes" Main role
Marvel Studios: Assembled Herself Episode: "Assembled: The Making of WandaVision"
The Shrink Next Door Phyllis Markowitz Main role, upcoming miniseries

Theater

Year Title Role Venue Notes
2008 Boeing-Boeing Gloria Longacre Theatre April 19 – October 5, 2008

Discography

Title Year Peak chart position (US Digital Songs) Album Ref.
"Agatha All Along" 2021 36 WandaVision: Episode 7 (Original Soundtrack) [46]

Awards and nominations

Year Association Category Work Result Ref.
2009 Palm Springs International Film Festival Ensemble Cast Revolutionary Road Won [47]
2012 Critics' Choice Television Awards Best Guest Performer in a Comedy Series Parks and Recreation Nominated [48]
2013 Gotham Awards Breakthrough Actor Afternoon Delight Nominated [49]
2016 Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Comedy Series Transparent Nominated [50]
2017 Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Nominated [51]
Screen Actors Guild Awards Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture Captain Fantastic Nominated [52][53]
2018 Satellite Awards Best Actress – Television Series Musical or Comedy I Love Dick Nominated [54]
Gotham Awards Best Actress Private Life Nominated [55]
Women Film Critics Circle Best Comedic Actress Nominated [56]
San Diego International Film Festival Fairbanks Award Life's Work Won [57]
2021 MTV Movie & TV Awards Best Villain WandaVision Won [58]
Best Fight (shared with Elizabeth Olsen) Won
Primetime Emmy Awards Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie Pending [59]

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