Annie Wood is a Hollywood native, lifelong actress and writer. She’s an award winning playwright with a hit web-series that she created, wrote and stars in, “Karma’s a B*tch.” Karma has over 1.7 million views and was Best of the Web on Virgin America. Season 2 is co-written with veteran TV writer, David Schladweiler, and will shoot in early 2014.
As an actress, you may have seen Annie in the Dane Cook/Jessica Alba film, “Good Luck Chuck” and in the Nick Cassavetes film “My Sister’s Keeper.” She recurred on Ted Danson’s sitcom, “Becker” and was the co-producer and host of the nationally syndicated dating game show, “BZZZ!” She was also a guest on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno.”
Annie's comedic scene, "That's How They Get You", was part of the NBC/UNIVERSAL diversity showcase and her short film, "Numbers" was an official selection of the Lady Filmmaker's Festival. She is on the Women's Committee at the Writer's Guild of America West. Her romantic comedy novella, “Dandy Day” is available on Amazon. myBook.to/DandyDayByAnnieWood
For a list of other available titles by Annie please visit her Author page; viewAuthor.at/AnnieWood
Annie is committed to telling stories that have plenty of humor and heart.
Also, she can juggle oranges for about 4 seconds and spider monkeys creep her out. Now you know everything.
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