"This is going to be a fun project to do," said Hancock. "I like that the show is lighthearted, yet real. It'll be very different doing a re-enactment kind of episode, but I love the challenge and the chance to stretch my acting talents. And of course I am thrilled to do a TLC show."
Considering the Pittsburgh transplant comes from a strong theater background and training, including roles in such classic stage plays as "A Chorus Line," "Cabaret," "Gypsy," "West Side Story" and "Beauty and the Beast," this type of TV work is definitely a change of pace. Hancock is not new to on-camera work howver, having already starred in an ABC TV-backed film.
Hancock is represented commercially by Media Artists Group and managed by Harris Management.