Hannah John-Kamen Before and After Plastic Surgery – Boob Job, Facelift, Body Measurements, and More!
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Biography - Who is Hannah John-Kamen?
Hannah was born 6 September 1989 in Anlaby, United Kingdom. She studied acting at the Central School of Speech and Drama and the investment into education certainly paid off. She started with smaller roles on various television shows and slowly gained recognition. 2018 should a break-through year for John-Kamen as she will play in new iteration of cult movie Tomb Raider, Ant-Man and the Wasp, and also in sci-fi blockbuster Ready Player One. Hannah is also a trained dancer although her main source of income is now acting.
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|1.68 m, 5’6” (feet & inches)
|57 kg, 125 pounds
|Cup Size C
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Quotes by Hannah John-Kamen
"Stunts are my favourite - I love it: the feeling, the adrenaline when all the cameras are rolling and everyone is watching and crowd round."
"The idea of science fiction, mythology, and creating a world is my favourite thing. I do love the reality of dramas and playing that, but being able to start from scratch, to completely build the character and this world, I love that."
"I don't have a favourite colour!"
"I remember the first 'fan expo' we did for 'Killjoys,' we were so new, there wasn't a lot of information out yet. But there were so many fans so excited already. And they were asking really intellectual questions about the show."
"I love fantasy; I love imagination - that's the inner child in me."