Hannah Cornett is an actress, model, pro-athlete, executive producer, and philanthropist. Miss Cornett is best known for her role on "Hawaii Five-0", "Surfer Dude", and playing "Danny" on the hit soap opera "Passions," among many film and leading television roles. Her debeu as an actress as an MTV host led to soap operas and then to tv and film, most recently she attended the ESPY's and was a guest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno."
Hannah is also a professional model with an extensive career including; fashion runway in New York Fashion week, magazine covers and features, and countless print and commercial campaigns for the companies such as Nike, New Balance, Elle, and CocaCola.
Miss Cornett is also a pro-athlete with a 10 year career as a triathlete and a 3 year run as a pro-triathlete in the off road Nissan Xterra World Tour. She has competed in over 14 countries and holds a world ranking for her diligance as the only female triathlete brand ammbasador for Scottusa. She has lead her field on and off the competition circuit, combining her love for travel with her love for competition.
Hannah has worked diligently as a creator and executive producer on such tv shows as "Sports Explorers" sponsored by goarmy.com and featured at the Cannes Film Festival in 08'. She has also produced several shows with VH1 in Cabo, Disney in Hawaii, and Manolin Productions in California. Along with her long list of career feats, Hannah has given her skills of leadership to philanthropy by creating and helping over 300 foster youth through her charity, "Tags4Lives" (www.tags4livescharity.org). Her humilty and generousity has given back as well as given her the prestigeous award from the House of Representatives in Hawaii a “Certificate of Recognition” for leadership, depth of character, generosity, and loyalty to the youth of Hawaii.
In 2012 Hannah, along with several other celebrities, sought out and sued a gossip site for defamation. And in 2013 Hannah won her defamation suit, thus proving the story written online to be untrue and the gossip site was brought under charges of harassment, cyber-bullying, and blackmail (http://www.courthousenews.com/2013/08/06/60009.htm). As a result Hannah applied and was granted into the Law Degree program at UCLA, so she could help others with fighting back to similar situations. She has since gone on tour to teach computer tech safety, the laws of online security, and how to fight back legally. She currently dedicates her charitable time to bullying, cyber-bullying, and assisting those in need. Because of this Hannah has helped several major defamation cases and has assisted in passing laws regarding online safety to minors. Hannah wishes to share her story and her time to give back, fight back, and create change.