Born on 8th February 1995, Hana Stewart is a British actress, dancer and singer, who is currently appearing in the West End production of SIX: The Musical as one of the three alternates. Some of the famous roles she played include Jane Seymour, debuting on 21st September 2019; Catherine Parr, debuting on 20th October 2019; Katherine Howard, debuting on 5th December 2019; Catherine of Aragon, debuting on 15th January 2020.
She trained at the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and also attended the Performers College.
Her credits in theatre included playing Dorothy Gale in The Wizard Of Oz at The Sheringham Little Theatre and Ruth in The State Of Things at The Brockley Jack Studio Theatre.
While training at the Mountview Academy, Hana took part in stage shows like Grand Hotel as Tootsie/Tepehone Op (2017); Into The Woods as Snow White/Giant (2017); Girlfriends as Sally/Amy (2016); A Funny Thing Happened On The Way To The Forum as Tintinabula/Senex (2016); Carousel as Julie Jordan (2016).
She has appeared as part of the Musical Beginnings programme at The Other Palace, where she showcased new writing. At the V&A Museum, she was a soloist for the “Curtain Up” Performance Festival, which celebrated 40 years of The Olivier Awards. She recently completed filming “Brighton” with CK Films, which is a feature film and stars the likes of Phil Davis, Lesley Sharp, Marion Bailey and Larry Lamb. Hana was also a feature in the 27th episode of The Queendom Podcast – A SIX: The Musical Podcast.