Sara is a beautiful but shy professional photographer who's married to an ambitious attorney, Drew. Between her job, her husband and her son Oliver (7), Sara seems to have the perfect life. However, when she encounters Jack McAllister at one of her art shows, an unexpected spark between them causes Sara to take a look at what she wants.
This fall Hannah Ware will star in ABC's highly-anticipated drama, "Betrayal;" a series that centers on Ware's character, Sara, a beautiful but unhappily married photographer who begins a torrid affair with Jack, a lawyer for a powerful family. The series' pilot was directed by film director Patty Jenkins (writer/director of "Monster").
On the big screen Ware will be seen in October opposite Josh Brolin and Lizzie Olsen in Spike Lee's "Oldboy." She will appear as the wife of Brolin's character in a role that was specifically created for her by Lee.
Ware recently starred with Kelsey Grammer in the critically acclaimed STARZ series, "Boss," produced by Gus Van Sant, which aired for two seasons beginning in 2011. Ware co-starred as the emotionally distant daughter of Grammer's character, Mayor Tom Kane, in the series.
Born and raised in South London, Ware attended Alleyn's school in Dulwich then studied acting at the Lee Strasberg Institute in New York. Her first break came when she was cast opposite Bruce Willis and Tracy Morgan in the Warner Bros. film, "Cop Out," directed by Kevin Smith.
HOMETOWN South London, England
BIRTHDATE December 8