'New Girl' star Hannah Simone promises European DJs, sheepdogging and a 'teeny tiny man kimono'


Most people don't make it to a network television sitcom by way of the United Nations.Then again, most people usually live in one continent growing up, and they stick to one career path after college.Hannah Simone, on the other hand, has lived "everywhere from England to Cyprus to Saudi Arabia to India to Canada and everywhere in between," she says, before settling in sunny Los Angeles for her co-starring role on FOX's hit "New Girl."Her jobs before becoming an actress? VJ, barista and UN human rights and refugees officer. "On paper everything looks like I'm erratic and jumping from thing to thing, but I was always really happy and passionate in whatever I was doing," she tells Zap2it. "I always felt like I was being challenged and learning about new things that I cared about and new things within myself, so I felt very consistent. I think we get raised in a society and a culture...



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