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Attended Stanford University
Lives in Los Angeles CA
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Have him in circles
109 people
hwa Hong's profile photo
Soney Sosa's profile photo
Diane Karagienakos's profile photo
Joseph Holmes's profile photo
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Per Urlaub's profile photo
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Acting Teacher
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  • Uranium Madhouse
    Artistic Director, present
  • Andrew Wood Acting Studio
    Acting Teacher, present
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Los Angeles CA
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Alexandria VA - Berlin, New York, New Haven - San Francisco CA
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Go Deeper Now.
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Acting teacher, Yale MFA director.
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Founder, Andrew Wood Acting Studio, Uranium Madhouse. PhD. in German literature.
Education
  • Stanford University
    2014
  • Yale School of Drama
  • Duke University
  • West Potomac High School
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Andrew Wood's +1's are the things they like, agree with, or want to recommend.
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One of the many surprises in The Karate Kid is that the seemingly menial chores given to Daniel to do are actually training him, in various

incredibly thorough, devastating takedown of Inception
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Cobb's relationship with Mal doesn't work, and not just because it's impossible to believe that the man-child Leonardo would ever end up wit

fan mail
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Andrew,. thank you so much, I sincerely appreciate this feedback, especially when it's written out like this. Sorry for the slow reply; I ac

gut churn
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I recently came across a piece by Thomas Frank, a regular contributor on Salon.com, which skewered the general triteness of so much of the c

it changes your life
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Bradlee wasn't introspective, but in an interview with his friend Jim Lehrer of PBS late in life, he sought to pin down what animated him. “

Cris D’Annunzio on The State of Affairs
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Congratulations to Andrew Wood Acting Studio alum Cris D'Annunzio (seen in the recent Uranium Madhouse production The Duchess of Malfi) for

we can work it out
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Everyone, in every relationship in which they engage, is trying to make it work. Everyone is trying to make every significant relationship t

this is a test
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Are you ready? Are you ready to learn that being excited about getting up in front of people does not, by itself, make you interesting to wa

Bryan Cranston schools Terry Gross about acting - Andrew Wood Acting Stu...
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Today, in honor of the Emmys, Terry Gross interviews Breaking Bad‘s Bryan Cranston about acting, life, and Van Dyke mustaches. While I don’t

touching lives - Andrew Wood Acting Studio Blog
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So inexpressibly sad today about the horrific and grotesque execution of American journalist James Foley. His parents spoke about him today.

"But where does the emotion come from?" - Andrew Wood Acting Studio Blog
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I was giving an overview of my approach to a group of students at a local acting school. Near the end of my talk, a student who had had a bi

the ostrich effect - Andrew Wood Acting Studio Blog
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Nice piece on NPR today about something called the “ostrich effect.” In a study, students were motivated by various incentives and penalties

free falling | Andrew Wood Acting Studio Blog
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The other night in class, we were looking at a scene. A student was having an issue that comes up a lot: I have written about it previously,

the technique dilemma | Andrew Wood Acting Studio Blog
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Technique promises us some measure of control. We want to be able to take certain actions, press certain buttons, if you will, and product r

Mother of Invention Acting School — Los Angeles — Blog » Blog Archive » ...
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…a subject would show up and be told to wait for a few minutes. In the waiting room, two other people were already sitting, waiting for the

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This entry was posted on Thursday, April 17th, 2014 at 11:09 am and is filed under Uncategorized. You can follow any responses to this entry

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There is a saying attributed to the Buddha about resentment. Sometimes it is stated that harboring resentment is like taking poison and hopi

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Buckle up, friends! It’s time for Toca Cars! In Toca Cars you do what feels right. No rules apply to these roads. Cruise through big puddles

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I don't know how to speak to people about acting if they don't recognize it as an art, as a high calling, as a terribly demanding pursuit th

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…in the very torrent, tempest, and (as I may say) whirlwind of passion, you must acquire and beget a temperance that may give it smoothness…

I live in Hollywood, but whenever I make it to the west side I try to go to the Golden Mean. And I wasn't even vegetarian when I discovered it. Still not a vegan or gluten friee, but man, these people work wonders. The food is so delicious, inventive and healthy! I especially love the works burger. And there is a cake for dessert with coconut frosting that is divinely scrumptious. Not to be missed!
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