Annie Wood is a Middle Eastern-American, neurodiverse, Hollywood native, a lifelong actor, writer and self proclaimed creative-compulsive who is easily inspired.
As an actor, she had a recurring role on Ted Danson's show, Becker, was Lara in Good Luck Chuck with Dane Cook and My Sister's Keeper with Cameron Diaz. She's a long time Voice Over actor with hundred of commercials under her belt and currently can be heard in the video game, Mafia: the Definitive Edition.
As an author, Annie has three books out: Dandy Day, Just a Theory: a quantum love adventure and her first YA novel, Just a Girl in the Whirl. (Speaking Volumes Publishing)
The web series she created, wrote and stars in, Karma’s a Bitch, was Best of the Web on Virgin America inflight entertainment (anniewood.com/Karma)
Wood was part of the NBC Diversity Showcase with her comedic scene, That’s How They Get You. She’s written hundreds of comedic scenes for actors that have been used by Emmy award-winning TV director, Mary Lou Belli in her UCLA courses and casting director, Jeremey Gordon in workshops all around Hollywood.
Annie runs the Twitter account for the Women of the Writers Guild West @WoWGAW she is one of the first members of the Middle Eastern Committee at WGA, a Dramatist Guild Member and an Authors Guild Member
Annie’s also an Internationally exhibited mixed-media artist, a produced playwright, and was the third female solo dating game show host in the history of television with the nationally syndicated game show, BZZZ! that she also co-produced. (Which just re-ran in 2020 on BUZZRTV!)
Wood teaches courses on creativity on Listenable and Skillshare and offers meditations on the Insight Timer app.
She creates micro shorts and stop motion animations that have placed in film festivals and art exhibits. You can view them, and find links to everything at
Get Just a Girl in the Whirl: https://amzn.to/3xL4hMI
A well-crafted and resonant novel about an overburdened teenage girl’s journey toward self-realization. -Kirkus Reviews