Hans Hernke began acting at the age of 17 in Orlando, Florida. His first major role was in his high school play "Harvey" playing the lead role of Elwood P. Dowd. After that experience, he realized the entertainment industry was his true calling. He then got an agent and started booking parts. The Master's Academy was gracious enough to let him leave school to work on sets and productions only if he kept good grades in all his classes! After graduating from The Master's Academy High School in 2001, he moved to Vancouver, Canada to study at the Vancouver Film and Acting School. After only being there for 2 months, some events occurred which changed his plans, so he moved back to Orlando and worked for Carmike Cinemas in Winter Park, Florida for a full year. He was later accepted to the New York Film Academy at Universal Studios, Hollywood. With the help of his family, he packed up and moved to Los Angeles in the summer of 2002 and started classes. He graduated from New York Film Academy in November 2002. He is currently pursuing a career in not only acting, but behind the camera such as producing, directing, and casting! He has been going 11 years strong out in Los Angeles, CA and lives with his wife Lisa Hernke.