Hanna Stein, one of the most talented, gorgeous actresses, was born and grew up in Detroit. She has acted in many films and television series. Also, she appeared in the Netflix series titled Never Have I Ever for which she gave a brilliant performance. In the series, she portrayed the role of Shira. While it was directed by Mindy Kaling. Moreover, she became famous for appearing in ‘The Cheerleader Murders’ in which she played a supporting role. The stunning actress has also shared the screen space with Cailee Spaeny in the ‘All American Rejects’ music video Send Her to Heaven. However, there is no doubt that she has been entertaining a larger audience. Here we have compiled some lesser facts to get to know about the pretty awesome actress. Let us know more about her!
8 Things You Didn’t Know About Hanna Stein
1- Educated Family Background
Hanna Stein was born and grew up in Detroit along with her three siblings. She is from a reform Jewish household. She belongs to an educated family as her father is a doctor and her mother is a lawyer.
2- Wanted to be a Pro Figure Skater
Once in an interview with a media portal, Hanna shared that she wanted to be a professional figure skater. During her childhood, she skated a lot and left it because of her wrist breaking while snowboarding.
3- Went to School once a Week
Hanna Stein went to Hebrew School once a week until she did her graduation from High School. She was bat mitzvahed in Michigan and had a fiesta-themed party.
4- Favorite Thing to Eat
Once in an interview, Hanna Stein shared that she can eat an entire Pint of Ben and Jerry’s in one sitting. Cherry Garcia or Chunky Monkey is one of the top flavors that she loves to eat.
5- Avid Traveler
She is an avid traveler who loves exploring things, different cultures, and the lifestyle of people. She tries to travel or go on an adventure every couple of months. Iceland has been her most favorite place for adventure.
Her friends gave her the nickname ‘Bean’. She really doesn’t know why, but she got it her senior year and it stuck. Everyone in her group at home still calls be Bean.
7- Attended Horseback Riding Camp
Here you will be amazed to know that she attended a horseback riding camp for seven years. She rode Western Style; English style was entirely different.
8- First Screenplay wrote at 19
At the age of 19, she wrote her first screenplay, told her father’s immigration story, as a way to honor him and her relatives including aunts, uncles, and cousins.