Daryl Hannah is an American actress and environmental activist, born on December 3, 1960, in Chicago, Illinois, USA. She started her acting career in the early 1980s and quickly became a prominent figure in Hollywood.
Hannah has appeared in numerous films over the years, including "Blade Runner", "Wall Street", "Splash", "Kill Bill: Volume 1", and "Steel Magnolias". She has also worked in television, with notable roles in "Sense8", "The Kill Point", and "Transparent".
In addition to her acting career, Hannah is a committed environmental activist and advocate for animal rights. She has been arrested several times for engaging in nonviolent protests against the Keystone XL pipeline and other environmental issues.
Hannah has also been involved in various humanitarian efforts, including serving as an ambassador for the International Rescue Committee, a global humanitarian aid organization.
Throughout her career, Hannah has received several awards and nominations for her work, including a Saturn Award for Best Supporting Actress for her role in "Blade Runner". She remains an active and respected figure in the entertainment industry and continues to pursue her passion for activism and environmentalism.