Daryl Hannah was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She attend the
University of Southern California (USC) and made her film debut in the
Brian De Palma film Fury (1978). She starred in such films as Ron
Howard's Splash, una sirena a Manhattan (1984) and 'Herbert Ross' Fiori
d'acciaio (1989). She won the Jury Award from the Berlin International
Film Festival for Best Short in 1994 for a film titled The Last Supper
(1993), which she directed, wrote, and produced.