An intellectual beauty reminiscent of fellow British import Rachel Weisz, Hannah Ware launched her career as a teen model and blossomed into a Hollywood scene-stealer. Ware signed with a modeling agency when she was just 12 years old and spent her formative years landing major campaigns while staying on top of her education. When she discovered her love for acting, Ware set aside plans of studying architecture and moved to New York City to pursue an entertainment career. The classically trained Ware made her film debut in the lighthearted comedy "Cop Out" (2010) opposite Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan, and followed it up with an appearance in the acclaimed drama "Shame" (2011), starring Michael Fassbender as a troubled sex addict. Yet it was on the dark political drama series "Boss" (STARZ, 2011-12) where the English actress gave her breakout performance as the daughter of Kelsey Grammer's crooked Chicago mayor. The role showcased Ware's talent for more than holding her own alongside more seasoned performers, but also established her as a rising talent with potential to headline film and television projects as a viable leading lady.