|Born||26 January 1913|
|Died||1 October 1983 (aged 70)|
|Alma mater||Royal Academy of Dramatic Art|
|Spouse(s)||Anthony Quayle (1935–1941) (divorced)|
Clifford Evans (1943–1983)
|Parent(s)||Nicholas "Beau" Hannen|
|Relatives||Nicholas John Hannen (grandfather)|
Athene Seyler (step-mother)
Ariane Mnouchkine (niece)
Hermione Hannen (26 January 1913 – 1 October 1983) was an English theatre and film actress. She was born in London, the daughter of Nicholas "Beau" Hannen, who was also an actor on the stage and in film.
Hermione Hannen was born on 26 January 1913, London.
Hannen's grandfather was Sir Nicholas John Hannen, who served as Chief Justice of the British Supreme Court for China and Japan and also as British Consul-General in Shanghai. Sir Nicholas died in office and marines from HMS Hermione served as an honour guard and pallbearers at his funeral.
Hannen’s book The Whole Wide World Apart was published in 1956.
Hannen trained at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art. Her début as an actress was in Cairo in 1932 during her father's tour of the Far East and Australia. In the 1930s she acted in numerous plays performed at the Old Vic in London, including The Voysey Inheritance, The Rivals, Man and Superman and Hamlet. She also played Ophelia in Hamlet at the Westminster Theatre in 1937 and in Silent Night at St James's.
She also performed in five films between 1935 and 1946.