Bio: Anne Hollister is an actor, writer, and director from New York. While attending LaGuardia Arts High School, she performed in the Broadway cast of the Tony and Pulitzer Prize-winning play, AUGUST: OSAGE COUNTY. Anne then studied theater at Northwestern University. She wrote the film AFTER SCHOOL, directed by Alec Tibaldi and starring Piper De Palma and Ruby Modine. She then wrote, directed, produced, and acted in the ensemble short IMPLICIT. Anne is also the writer and director of her one-woman observational comedy series, CONVERSATIONS ANNE HAS AT NIGHT. She directed Diana Dinerman's show DETOUR which will be at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival this summer. As an actor, she performed as a series regular on the HereTV show WORK IN PROGRESS, in guest roles on THE ONION NEWS NETWORK and UCB Comedy's TONI LAHREN SHOW, as a guest star on STRANGE ANGEL (CBS) and EVERYONE IS DOING GREAT directed by James Lafferty, and had a small role in the Fox Searchlight feature CAN YOU EVER FORGIVE ME?, directed by Marielle Heller. Anne wrote and stared in her latest short THE GROUP CHAT, produced by Carlo Fiorio and directed by Pauline Chalamet. She recently played a principal role in the first public reading of the musical adaptation of THE DEVIL WEARS PRADA with music by Sir Elton John and Shaina Taub. Anne is also a graduate of BADA and The School at Steppenwolf. @mygirlanne
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