Daryl Hannah

     
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Real Name: Daryl Christine Hannah
Birthday: 12/03/1960
Birth Place: Chicago, Illinois
Eyes: Blue
Hair Color: Blonde 
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Daryl Hannah Biography:

Daryl Hannah first gained attention with her performance as a mermaid in Ron Howard's comedy, "Splash" with Tom Hanks (1984). Her attractive body have been the staple of her career - she was cast as a stunning android in Ridley Scott's "Blade Runner" starring Harrison Ford (1982), a cyberpunk vision of the future, where a man has developed the technology to create replicants, human clones used to serve in the colonies outside Earth but with fixed life spans, and the cop who is forced to re-enter the force when six replicants escape from a colony to Earth   

Hannah also appeared in "Steel Magnolias" starring Julia Roberts (1989), a story revolving around Truvy's Beauty Parlor in a small parish in modern-day Louisiana, and a close-knit circle of friends whose lives come together there. Next was "At Play in the Fields of the Lord" (1991) about small-town missionaries who are sent to the jungles of South America to convert the Indians.

Next was "Crazy People" (1990), about a bitter advertising executive who has reached his breaking point and finds himself in a mental institution where his career begins to thrive with the help of the hospital's patients. Then Daryl appeared in the comedy "Memoirs of an Invisible Man" 1992), about an invisible yuppie, who after a freak accident, runs for his life from a CIA official while trying to cope with his new invisible life.

Hannah took on duel roles in 1994 when she directed, produced, and wrote a short film, entitled "The Last Supper," featuring Cameron Diaz, which won the Jury Award from the Berlin International Film Festival for Best Short. The film told the story of a group of idealistic, but frustrated, liberals who yield to the temptation of murdering rightwing pundits for their political beliefs.


Hannah also was hired and cast in the drama "The Ties That Bind" with Keith Carradine in 1995 and the comedy "Too Much" with Melanie Griffith and Antonio Banderas in 1996. Throughout the first half of the 1990's, she was mainly in the spotlight for being John F. Kennedy's longtime girlfriend and romantic interest since they dated from 1989 to 1994. She emerged from his shadow as a classic sort of actress but was still associated with her her "Splash" role.

As Daryl Hannah grew into her career, the actress showed an increasing comfort level with her perfect body, showing much of it as exotic dancer, Angel, in "Dancing at the Blue Iguana" (2002), a film with serious themes that never got past its nudity and breasts. 

Next, she had a strong role in "Northfork" (2003) as the empathetic hermaphrodite Flower Hercules, one of four angels who visit the dreams of the son of a religious nut who stays behind in a 1950's Montana town about to be destroyed by a new dam.

Daryl then shocked fans with a nude spread in Playboy magazine at age 43. While appearing naked in brief movie scenes, she was not known for nude roles. She quickly became the internet download darling, with millions of people searching for the Playboy pictures and a glimpse of the actress in full naked pin-ups. The search for her nude pictures became the internets top searched terms for weeks.

Daryl was then hired and cast playing the killer Elle Driver in Quentin Tarantino's "Kill Bill, Vol. 1" (2003), starring Uma Thurman and  Lucy Liu, about a bride who wakes up after a long coma and the baby that she carried before entering the coma is gone. The only thing on her mind is to have revenge on the assassination team that betrayed her. Then she appeared in "Silver City" (2004) with Richard Dreyfuss and Chris Cooper, about the discovery of a corpse that threatens to unravel a bumbling local politician's campaign for governor of Colorado.

Hannah wrapped 2004 with the short comedy "Careful What You Wish For", a classic tale of what goes around comes around, and then started 2006 off with a bang in "Love Is The Drug" (2006), about a love triangle between high school graduates that proves deadly.  She then returned to television with the movie "Final Days Of Planet Earth", about an anti-heroic archaeologist who, after stumbling upon an alien conspiracy becomes involved in a battle to save the human race.


Daryl was then seen in the comedy "Keeping Up With The Steins", the story of a 13 year old boy who uses his upcoming bar mitzvah to reconcile the strained relationship between his father and grandfather. She was then cast in "The Poet" (2007), where a Rabbi's daughter and a disenchanted German soldier fall in love and are separated by the war. They struggle on a perilous journey to find one another. Her last film of 2007 was "All The Good Ones Are Married" with Joanna Douglas.

In 2008 it was back to cop movies with "Vice" (2008), and then the thriller "Dark Honeymoon", where a man marries a seductive woman after a brief but intense relationship, but during their honeymoon on the Oregon coast he uncovers the terrible truth about his new wife. 

Her last project in 2008 was the made-for-television film "Shark Swarm", about a fisherman and his family who fight to take down a greedy real estate developer who has released toxins into the ocean, turning the area's sharks into bloodthirsty hunters.

2009 was a good year for Hannah with two movie projects on tap starting with “Shannon's Rainbow” (2009) about a 17-year-old girl who faces and overcomes hardship and emotional trauma after the death of her father through the caring for a horse and the love of a mother she never knew she had.

Next was the lead role in the horror thriller “The Devil’s Ground” (2009) where she plays a woman who while traveling from California to Bangor on a dark and lonely road is advised by the gas station attendant to rest in a local hotel, but she decides to continue driving through the night – with horrific results.

After a string of low budget flops in 2010 and 2011, Hannah emerged in 2012 energized and ready to roll with ‘Eldorado” (2012) – a bizarre movie that is hard to describe other than a man called “The Stranger”, a tall striking creature dressed in white sets into motion a series of events while reciting the Edgar Allan Poe's poem "Eldorado" which has an effect on those heading into a strange evening.

Thankfully, Daryl return to comedy later that year with “The Hot Flashes” starring alongside Brooke Shields in the story of an unlikely basketball team of unappreciated middle-aged Texas women who were all former high school champions in their younger days. Hannah switched gears again to wrap her year in the Western “Palominas” (2012) where a rancher and down-trodden Sheriff confronts hired gunmen on the Mexico border at the end of the 19th century.

 

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