Annie Wood

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Annie Wood
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Annie Wood
Born (1971-02-10) February 10, 1971 (age 46)
Los Angeles, California, United States
Occupation Actress, voice actress, host, writer
Spouse(s) Peter Arpesella

Annie Wood (born February 10, 1971) is an American film, television and voice-over actress, host and writer, who was born in Los Angeles and is best known as the bubbly host of the nationally syndicated dating game show Bzzz!. She was recently sister-in-law to Cameron Diaz in My Sister's Keeper and appeared in the role of sexy and quirky "Lara" in the Lionsgate Dane Cook/Jessica Alba movie Good Luck Chuck . Her television credits include ER, Joey, NYPD Blue, Becker, Costello, Strong Medicine and Disney's That's So Raven!. Annie also has a large cult following from her lead role in 1995 female prison movie Cellblock Sisters: Banished Behind Bars. She appeared as guest on The Tonight Show with Jay Leno and Politically Incorrect with Bill Maher. Annie Wood performed stand-up comedy at The Improv in Los Angeles following Jerry Seinfeld, and has authored a book of short stories, “Where Would I Be Without Me? Stories, Scenes and Significant Others,” (ISBN 0-7388-1609-4) reflecting her observations on love, life and relationships. Annie is a produced playwright and a screenwriter. Her award winning screenplay, "Martin's Theory" was recently an official selection in the Beverly Hills Film Festival.

Filmography

Film

Television

  • 2013 Karma's a B*tch - creator/writer/Karma
  • 2012 School and Board - Sasha, Series Regular
  • 2006: That's So Raven! - Kendra Blair
  • 2006: The Chelsea Handler Show - Book Club Hostess
  • 2005: Joey - The Trashy Woman
  • 2003: Strong Medicine - Molly - recurring role
  • 2002: For Your Love - Miss Hall
  • 2001: Dead Last - Waitress
  • 2001: NYPD Blue - Tiffany
  • 2000: ER - Amber Skye
  • 1998-2000: Becker - Theresa Campbell - recurring role
  • 1998: Costello - Mae Mae - recurring role
  • 1997 - The Tonight Show with Jay Leno - guest
  • 1996-1997: Bzzz! - Host
  • 1995: Love Street - Laura/Tara
  • 1990: Fall from Grace - Jessica Hahn

Video Games

Personal life

She is an avid reader, writer and lover of life, loves photography, painting, great conversation and meditating in her organic garden with her dog, Lucy who was on the cover of "Lucky Dog" magazine a month after Annie was on the cover of "Women's World."

Annie Wood is married to writer/actor, Peter Arpesella, and is often confused with theatre director and playwright Annie Cusick Wood, wife of actor Henry Ian Cusick.

Wood is the founder of the volunteer website, www.dogoodstuff.org, and has been an active supporter of other non-profit organizations, including:

External links

  • Annie Wood Official website
  • Annie Wood myspace fan page
  • Annie Wood on IMDb
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