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The daughter of actress Nova Ball, Hannah Marks started out as a child actor and began landing significant roles by age 12. After starring in the low-budget 2005 horror movie "Doll Graveyard," Marks was featured in guest spots on various TV shows, including the procedural drama "Criminal Minds," before portraying the younger sister of Justin Long's lead character in the feature comedy "Accepted." Following recurring roles on the dramedy "Weeds" and the sci-fi show "FlashForward," Marks won a regular part on the therapy-centric series "Necessary Roughness." Continuing to work on high-profile projects, she had a small role in the 2012 superhero hit "The Amazing Spider-Man."

The daughter of actress Nova Ball, Hannah Marks started out as a child actor and began landing significant roles by age 12. After starring in the low-budget 2005 horror movie "Doll Graveyard," Marks was featured in guest spots on various TV shows, including the procedural drama "Criminal Minds," before portraying the younger sister of Justin Long's lead character in the feature comedy "Accepted." Following recurring roles on the dramedy "Weeds" and the sci-fi show "FlashForward," Marks won a regular part on the therapy-centric series "Necessary Roughness." Continuing to work on high-profile projects, she had a small role in the 2012 superhero hit "The Amazing Spider-Man."

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CAST: (feature film)

1.
 Slash (2016)
2.
 Hard Sell (2016)
3.
 Anesthesia (2015)
4.
 Southbound (2015)
6.
 You Can't Win (2013)
9.
 Runaways, The (2010)
10.
 Accepted (2006)
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