Hannah Rylee is the multi-talented star you *need* to know
Hannah Rylee is best known for spreading endless positivity to her 4.6 million fans on TikTok, but now the 18-year-old Florida native is making her acting debut this summer on Brat TV’s new series, Good Luck Have Fun, which focuses on the ultra-competitive world of online gaming. The following five questions will give you all the introduction you need to Hannah, who plays avid gamer Eleanor in the series.
GL: How are you most like your character, Eleanor, IRL? How are you most different from her?
Hannah: My character Eleanor and I have the same mentality when it comes to gaming. I'm a very competitive person when it comes to gaming. I play to win and when it doesn't work out, I get stressed. Eleanor is so determined to win this tournament and make sure her friends' heads are in the right place.
GL: Are you a gamer like Eleanor? If so, what are some of your favorite games?
Hannah: I am a gamer, just like Eleanor! I've been playing video games since I was around 11 years old. I'm obsessed with games like Valorant, CSGO, Call Of Duty, as well as Minecraft and The Sims.
GL: What's your favorite viral TikTok trend of all-time and why?
Hannah: It has to be pausing and timing your video perfectly to create a perfect shaky camera in slow-motion.
GL: Okay, then what's your least favorite viral TikTok trend of all time and why?
Hannah: People using a nail filer to file their teeth down.... Ouch!
GL: You're all about spreading positivity, but we're sure you have down moments in your personal life, too. What's your go-to personal pick-me-up method when you feel yourself letting negativity bring you down?
Hannah: Whenever I'm having a bad day, or just not in the mood to do anything, I like to get my favorite snack, listen to some music and think about all the positive stuff in my life, rather than focusing on the negative aspects. One bad thing can ruin my whole day, but if I surround myself with positivity, surely it will weigh the negative out.
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Parts of this interview were edited for grammar and clarity. Images: @brat.