Even though she’s known for her part in Ted Lasso, it wasn’t her first big part. The 48-year-old actor has been in a lot of movies, including Game of Thrones, Les Misérables, and The Hustle.
Now that Hannah is co-hosting Eurovision 2023 with Alesha Dixon, Graham Norton, and Kilia Saina, here’s everything you need to know about the actor!
What do people know Hannah Waddingham for?
Hannah Waddingham is best known for playing Rebecca Welton on Ted Lasso since 2020. For this role, she got a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series.
Hannah was also in the 2012 movie version of Les Misérables, and she joined the cast of Game of Thrones as Septa Unella in the fifth season.
She has also been in several shows on the West End, such as Spamalot, Into the Woods, and The Wizard of Oz.
What country does Hannah Waddingham come from?
Hannah Waddingham was born in the London neighborhood of Wandsworth. She is British.
Hannah Waddingham: Is she seeing someone?
Hannah Waddingham was with Gianluca Cugnetto, the boss of the hotel, for a long time. They’d been together for more than 10 years and had a daughter, Kitty, in 2016.
They broke up, but they haven’t told anyone about their relationship because they never got married.
Before Hannah got the part of Rebecca in Ted Lasso, she told the public that her daughter had an autoimmune disease called Henoch–Schonlein Purpura. The Daily Mail said that Hannah asked the world for a job where she could work and still be close to her child. Soon after, she started working on the British show Ted Lasso.
In Ted Lasso, how tall is Rebecca?
Hannah Waddigham is 5 feet 11 inches tall, or 1.80 meters.
Can Hannah Waddingham sing?
Fans were blown away by Hannah’s memorable karaoke version of Let it Go in season one of Ted Lasso and it’s no surprise the actress began a musical theatre before moving to the silver screen.
Her mother, Melodie Kelly is an opera singer, as well as both her maternal grandparents! Hanna says that she has never had formal singing lessons, learning to sing instead by watching he mother perform at the Royal Coliseum.