LOS ANGELES, CA, October 23, 2013 /24-7PressRelease/
-- Writer, Annie Wood is best known in front of the camera as the energetic host of the nationally syndicated dating game show, "BZZZ!" (which she also co-produced) and as the quirky mom, Teresa Campbell in Ted Danson's sitcom, "Becker" and the sweet but flaky Lara, in the feature film "Good Luck Chuck."
As a writer, Annie created and wrote 16 episodes of the hit web-series, "Karma's a B*tch" which has over 1.7 million views and was Best of the Web on Virgin America. Annie has several books available on Amazon including a book of short stories, "Where Would I Be Without Me?" and two books of comedic scenes. Please visit her author page here
Annie's new book, Dandy Day, has just been released this week on Amazon.
Dandy is a thirty-five year old free-spirited, commitment-phobic, Venice Boardwalk roller skating waitress. When Dandy is suddenly dumped by her therapist, right when they were on the brink of figuring out why her relationships last only a whopping three months, Dandy decides to take her relationship issues into her own hands. With the reluctant help of her lifelong best friend, Simon, Dandy tracks down her exes, one by one, and does a relationship autopsy on each of them in order to get to the bottom of her relationship challenged life.
Dandy Day is a short novel about love, friendship and grown ups (sort of) growing up (sort of).
Dandy Day on Amazon.
Annie Wood is a Hollywood native, lifelong actress and writer. She's an award winning playwright with a hit web-series , "Karma's a B*tch" which has over 1.7 million views and was Best of the Web on Virgin America.
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 host of the nationally syndicated dating game show, "BZZZ!" She was a guest on "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno." You can currently watch her as Karma in her web-series, "Karma's a B*tch."
As a writer she was part of the NBC/UNIVERSAL showcase, has been published, produced and awarded. Annie is committed to telling stories that have plenty of humor and heart and hopes to move folks with laughter and love to all who watch and read her stuff.
Also, she can juggle oranges for about 35 seconds.
For more about Annie click here