Biography of Hannah Kepple
Hannah Kepple is an American actress who is coming to the limelight very quickly. She rose to fame for her role as Moon in the Netflix series called Cobra Kai. In addition, he has worked on some smaller projects, such as documentaries and some TV series.
Additionally, she has appeared in Tell Me Your Secrets as Emily and Your Worst Nightmare as Kristy Ray. Being an up and coming actress, she has won the hearts of many of her audience. In addition, she has played a role in the Disney Channel series Andi Mack as Bea and also as an additional voice in the animated films Frosted and Moana.
Hannah fell in love with acting as a child when she appeared in commercials and print ads. Additionally, she made her television debut with a guest-starring role on the ABC series Grey’s Anatomy.
Hannah Kepple Age
How old is Hannah Kepple? Hannah is 21 years old from 2021. It was born on November 15, 2000, in Brevard, North Carolina, United States. Moreover, she celebrates her birthday on November 15 every year and her birth sign is Scorpio.
Hannah Kepple Family
Kepple was born and raised in Brevard, North Carolina. Her parents are Julie Keple and Rich Kepple while her brothers are Ben Keple and Come on Kepl. In addition, she is of mixed ethnicity and is American by nationality.
Husband Hannah Kepple
Keple is currently not involved in any romantic relationship. Previously, she was associated with her Xolo Mariduena who co-starred in Cobra Kai. Additionally, Hannah has not shared if she has any children. Once he confirms this information, we will let you know.
Height of Hannah Kepple
Kepple stands at an approximate height 5 feet 5 inches tall. In addition, it weighs approx 55 kilos and her body measurement is 34-28-40.
Hannah Kepple Net Worth
Kepple was able to gather an approximate net worth 1 million dollars from her successful acting career.
Hannah Kepple’s films
- The Man Cave Chronicles Podcast
- Your worst nightmare
- Cobra Kai
- Let’s dive in
- Show Steve Varley
- Tell me your secrets
- Right across the classroom