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Hannah Bronfman (born October 26, 1987) is an American entrepreneur from Manhattan. She was a co-founder of Beautified, a defunct mobile app for finding last-minute beauty services. Bronfman was ousted from the company in 2014.

Bronfman is also an investor in multiple restaurants, including Hotel Griffou and Acme. Hotel Griffou is now closed.

Early life and education

Bronfman was born in New York City, to a Jewish father, former Warner Music Group CEO Edgar Bronfman Jr., and an African-American mother, actress Sherry Brewer. Her brother is entrepreneur and musician Benjamin Bronfman. Her husband is New York City DJ and Theophilus London manager Brendan Fallis. She is a member of the Lehman family via her paternal grandmother, Ann Loeb Bronfman.

She graduated from Bard College in December 2010 with a degree in sculpture.


In 2012, Bronfman co-founded Beautified, a mobile app that allows users to secure last-minute beauty services such as salon, spa, and gym bookings. The app originally covered only New York City, but it expanded to Los Angeles and San Francisco in August 2014. Beautified’s expansion coincided with an announcement that it had raised $1.2 million in seed funding.

She was featured in the fashion documentary This is My Reality in 2013.

She was a featured model at DKNY’s Fall 2014 Fashion Show and walked the runway. It was her first appearance on a runway.

In 2015, Bronfman became a Clinique ambassador for their 3-Step System as well as a part of their #FaceForward Campaign, an initiative to capture the attention of millennials.

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