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Gordon was born in Edinburgh, the daughter of Hannah (née Grant) and William Munro Gordon. She studied drama at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama in Glasgow and, after graduating, spent one year at a Repertory theatre in Dundee. Shortly after, Gordon settled in London, and had early television appearances in the mid-1960s in programmes such as Out of the Unknown, The Wednesday Play, David Copperfield and Thirty-Minute Theatre. In 1966-67, Gordon played Kirsty in the Doctor Who serial The Highlanders, and made appearances on Jackanory (1969). In 1967, she appeared in the stage play Spring and Port Wine, and in 1970 took the same role in the film version. In 1972, Hannah Gordon had her first lead role, alongside John Alderton in the sitcom My Wife Next Door.
Hannah Gordon was born on April 9, 1941 in Edinburgh, Scotland as Hannah Campbell Grant Gordon. She is an actress, known for (1980), (1978) and (2008). She is married to Rob Leighton. She was previously married to .