Page Hannah

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Page Hannah
Patricia Alberta Hannah

(1964-04-13) April 13, 1964 (age 57)
Other namesPage Adler
  • Actress
  • philanthropist
Years active1981–1994, 2017–2018 (acting)
(m. 1992)
RelativesDaryl Hannah (sister)
Tanya Wexler (half-sister)

Patricia Alberta "Page" Adler (née Hannah; born April 13, 1964) is an American philanthropist and former actress.

Life and career[]

Hannah was born in Chicago, Illinois. She is married to producer Lou Adler, and the couple have four sons. She is the younger sister of actress Daryl Hannah.[1][2] Other relatives include Tanya Wexler, Haskell Wexler, Yale Wexler, and Don Wexler.[3]

In 1999, Hannah and her husband founded The Painted Turtle Camp in Lake Hughes, California, along with Paul Newman. The camp is part of the Hole in the Wall Gang Camp network founded by Newman. The camp's programs give children with life-threatening illnesses and chronic medical conditions the opportunity to experience traditional camping experiences. The camp also has an outreach program that visits hospitals in the greater Los Angeles area. Hannah is currently chairman of the organization's board of directors.



Year Title Role Notes
1981 On the Right Track Sally
1984 Racing with the Moon High School Girl
1985 My Man Adam Sabrina McKay
1986 My Little Girl Angela
1987 Creepshow 2 Rachel Segment: "The Raft"
1988 The In Crowd Lydia
After School Annie
1989 Shag Luanne
1990 Gremlins 2: The New Batch Tour Guide #1
1994 Whit & Charm
2017 The Landing Sandy Cunningham-Bates
2018 Paradox Lady Credited as Page Adler


Year Title Role Notes
1984–1985 Search for Tomorrow Adair McCleary 4 episodes
1986 Fame Kate Riley 15 episodes
Spenser: For Hire Laura Findley Episode: "White Knight"
1988 Monsters Maura Warren Episode: "The Vampire Hunter"
1989 Freddy's Nightmares Emily Episode: "Deadline"
Murder, She Wrote Sybil Reed Episode: "The Sins of Castle Cove"
1997 Muppets Tonight Herself Episode: "Johnny Fiama Leaves Home"
2011 The Apprentice Herself Episode: "Unhappy Campers"
Credited as Page Adler


  1. ^ The Jewish Journal
  2. ^ The New York Times
  3. ^ Hal Erickson (2016). "Daryl Hannah". Movies & TV Dept. The New York Times. Baseline & All Movie Guide. Archived from the original on March 6, 2016.

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