Kathryn Hahn


Kathryn Hahn Trivia


  • Trivia

    • Kathryn is 5' 5" (1.65 m).

    • While doing some productions for the Williamstown festival, Kathryn performed in "Hedda Gabler", that went on to Broadway.

    • Kathryn was spotted by NBC Casting Vice President Steven O'Neill, during a production in Williamstown.

    • In 2000, before Kathryn and Ethan were married he had this to say about her: "I have seen Cherry Jones, I have seen Marian Seldes and I have seen Judith Ivey, and I would rather watch Kathryn Hahn onstage than any of them."

    • Kathryn met her husband on the campus of Chicago's Northwestern University while studying drama.

    • Even after her move to Los Angeles, California--Kathryn has returned to the stage in Boston at the Huntington Theatre.

    • During a filming break from Crossing Jordan (2002) Kathryn performed in the production of "Ten Unknowns" by Jon Robin Baitz.

    • Kathryn was performing in a play called Edmund, when her husband first saw her, ironically she was in her underwear.

    • Kathryn's husband, Ethan Sandler, assumes the role of her boyfriend Jeffery Brandau on Crossing Jordan.

    • Kathryn has performed on stage at the Ahmanson Theatre is located in Los Angeles, California.

    • When Kathryn is not busy with her family she enjoys painting and yoga.

    • Kathryn's Theatrical Credits:
      "Hedda Gabler"
      "Chaucer in Rome"
      "A Midsummer Night's Dream"
      "Dead End"

    • Kathryn and Ethan Sandler married on January 3, 2002--their son was born in November of 2006.

    • Kathryn Hahn's acting career started early when she was cast on the local syndicated television show for children, Hickory Hideout.

    • Kathryn's Filmography:
      "The Last Mimzy" (2007)
      "The Holiday" (2006)
      "A Lot Like Love" (2005)
      "Win a Date With Tad Hamilton!" (2004)
      "Around the Bend" (2004)
      "Anchorman" (2004)
      "How To Lose a Guy in 10 Days" (2003)

  • Quotes

    • (how she sees her part on "Crossing Jordan" as lucky)
      Kathryn Hahn: To be worked into a show that was in production and on the schedule is an amazing stroke of luck.

    • (talking about getting cast for "Crossing Jordan")
      Kathryn Hahn: NBC and Tim Kring took a huge leap of faith in casting me.

    • (describing her character of Lily Lebowski on "Crossing Jordan")
      Kathryn Hahn: She's very soulful and, at the same time, has a lot to learn about life, so there's a vulnerability there.