Will Graham
Dr. Hannibal Lecter
Special Agent Jack Crawford
Brian Zeller
Dr. Alana Bloom
Jimmy Price
Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier
Executive Producer
Executive Producer

Caroline Dhavernas

Dr. Alana Bloom

Caroline Dhavernas returns as psychology professor and FBI consultant Dr. Alana Bloom on NBC's "Hannibal." Dr. Alana Bloom emerged from her near-death confrontation with Hannibal Lecter a changed woman - stronger mentally, even while broken physically. Alana is determined to see Hannibal locked behind the bars of the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, no longer trusting anyone but herself to do it.

Dhavernas, a Montreal native, began her career at age eight. Most recently, she worked with acclaimed Canadian filmmaker Guy Maddin on "Seances," which was screened at the 2015 Sundance Film Festival. The project of more than 100 short films pays homage to lost silent films from the 1920s and '30s and is being filmed in several cities on two continents over two years.

Dhavernas also recently appeared in the sci-fi film "Mars et Avril." Directed by Martin Villeneuve, "Mars" is based on the novels of the same name and screened at numerous film festivals before being released in Quebec in 2012.

In 2011, Dhavernas starred in the ABC series "Off the Map." The medical drama, from executive producer Shonda Rhimes, was set in a remote South American village where seven doctors searched for the reasons that brought each of them to medicine.

In 2010, Dhavernas starred as Vera Keller in "The Pacific." This epic 10-part miniseries event received an astounding eight Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Miniseries, as well as a Golden Globe nomination for Best Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television.

Dhavernas starred in the widely acclaimed Canadian feature "Passchendaele" which won the 2009 Genie Award for Best Motion Picture. She also starred as Kit Holliday in the film "Hollywoodland" opposite Adrien Brody and "Breach" alongside Chris Cooper, Ryan Phillippe and Laura Linney.

Dhavernas made her American television debut in 2004 in the critically acclaimed Fox series "Wonderfalls," from "Hannibal" creator Bryan Fuller. In the family dramedy, Dhavernas played Jaye, who lived in a trailer, worked at a Niagara Falls gift shop and had a special gift that allowed her to hear non-living objects encouraging her to help different individuals in the community.

Dhavernas, who is a two-time nominee of the Gémeaux Awards (Quebec's television awards) currently resides in Montréal.