Hannah Marks’ latest film as writer-director, Mark, Mary and Some Other People, is out now in select theaters and on demand. As an actress, Marks’ recent films include Dinner in America, I Used To Go Here, and Banana Split, which she also co-wrote and produced. Her other acting film credits include Daniel Isn’t Real, Slash, The Amazing Spider-Man, The Runaways and Accepted, while she starred on TV as the female lead in Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency opposite Elijah Wood. In 2019, Marks made her feature co-directorial debut with the independent film, After Everything starring Maika Monroe and Jeremy Allen, which she also co-wrote. Marks will direct the upcoming film adaptation of John Green’s novel Turtles All The Way Down, is in post-production on the Black List script Don’t Make Me Go, and at the CW is developing The Untitled Hannah Marks Project, a comedic drama written by her and produced by Ben Stiller’s Red Hour. A native of Los Angeles, Marks currently resides in New York and L.A.