Kathryn Hahn appears in the Apple TV+ series "The Shrink Next Door," co-starring opposite Paul Rudd and Will Ferrell. Based on the true story of a psychiatrist-patient dynamic that morphs into an exploitative relationship filled with manipulation, power grabs and dysfunction, Hahn portrays ‘Phyllis,’ the younger sister to Martin Markowitz (Ferrell) who is the patient of Dr. Isaac Herschkopf (Rudd). The limited series debuted on November 12th.
Hahn also recently completed production on Rian Johnson’s "Knives Out 2,” starring alongside Daniel Craig, Edward Norton, Kate Hudson, Dave Bautista and Leslie Odom Jr.
She can currently be seen in the Disney+ limited series "WandaVision" alongside Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, portraying ‘Agnes O’Conner,’ the nosy neighbor. The series is a blend of classic television and the Marvel Cinematic Universe in which two super-powered beings living idealized suburban lives begin to suspect that everything is not as it seems.
Prior to this, Hahn was seen in the HBO limited series “I Know This Much is True,” in which she co-stars with Mark Ruffalo, Melissa Leo, Rosie O’Donnell, Archie Panjabi, Imogen Poots and Juliette Lewis. The series depicts a family saga that follows the parallel lives of identical twin brothers in a story of betrayal, sacrifice and forgiveness set against the backdrop of 20th-century America, based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Wally Lamb.
Film credits include Tamara Jenkins’ “Private Life,” for which she received a Gotham Independent Film Award nomination; Phil Johnston and Rich Moore’s “Spider Man: Into the Spider-Verse;” Genndy Tartakovsky’s “Hotel Transylvania 3: Summer Vacation; ”Max Winkler’s “Flower;” Jon Lucas and Scott Moore “A Bad Moms Christmas” and “ Bad Moms;” Matt Ross’ “Captain Fantastic” opposite Viggo Mortensen; Steven Brill’s “The Do-Over” alongside Adam Sandler and David Spade; Peter Bogdanovich’s “She’s Funny That Way,” alongside Imogen Poots, Owen Wilson and Jennifer Aniston; M. Night Shyamalan’s “The Visit;” Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel’s “The D Train;” Brad Bird’s “Tomorrowland” opposite George Clooney; as well as Shawn Levy’s “This is Where I Leave You.” Additional credits include Jason Bateman’s, “Bad Words,” Ben Stiller’s “The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,” starring and directed by Ben Stiller and Rawson Marshall Thurber’s “We’re the Millers,” with Jennifer Aniston and Jason Sudeikis. Hahn also starred in Jill Soloway’s “Afternoon Delight,” which premiered at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival and garnered her a 2013 “Breakthrough Actor” Gotham Award nomination. Other feature film credits include David Wain’s “Wanderlust”; Jesse Peretz’s “Our Idiot Brother”; James Brooks’ “How Do You Know”; Neal Brennan’s “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard”; Sam Mendes’ Revolutionary Road”; Adam McKay’s “Step Brothers”; Robert Shaye’s “The Last Mimzy”; Nancy Meyers’ “The Holiday”; as well as Adam McKay’s “Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy.”
On television, Hahn’s credits include Tom Perrotta’s HBO series “Mrs. Fletcher;” Matthew Weiner’s anthology “The Romanoffs,” alongside Jay R. Ferguson, Annet Mahendru and Clea Duvall; Jill Soloway’s “I Love Dick,” starring opposite Kevin Bacon. Additionally, she co-starred in season three of the Emmy Nominated Amazon original series “Transparent” created by Jill Soloway. For her portrayal of ‘Raquel Fein,’ she received a 2017 Emmy Award nomination in the category of “Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series”. Additional television credits include Showtime’s dark comedy “Happyish” opposite Steve Coogan. Hahn played the wife to Coogan’s character, a man facing his own obsolescence after his advertising agency is taken over. Hahn also had a guest-starring arc on the NBC hit show “Parks & Recreation,” as well as HBO’s “Newsroom” and “Girls.” Her previous roles include NBC’s “Crossing Jordan,” “Four Kings,” “Hung” and “Free Agents.” She also has lent her voice to the Apple TV+ animated series “Cenral Park,” FX’s “Chozen,” and Fox’s “Bob’s Burgers” and “American Dad!”
Hahn made her Broadway debut in the Tony-winning play “Boeing-Boeing,” alongside Bradley Whitford, Gina Gershon, Mary McCormack, Christine Baranski and Mark Rylance. “Boeing-Boeing” won the 2008 Tony in the category of Best Revival of a Play. Additional theatre credits include “Dead End,” at the Ahmanson Theater and Huntington Theater Company; “Ten Unknowns,” at Huntington Theater Company; “A Midsummer Night’s Dream,” “Chaucer in Rome” and “Camino Real,” at Williamstown Mainstage; and “Hedda Gabler,” at Williamstown/Baystreet.
Hahn received her Bachelor’s degree from Northwestern University and her Masters in Fine Arts from Yale School of Drama.
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