Art Wolff

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Not to be confused with Art Wolfe.
Art Wolff
Occupation Director, producer and acting coach
Years active 1951–present

Art Wolff is an American television director and acting coach.

Wolff has amassed a number of notable directing credits. Directing episodes of The Tracey Ullman Show, It's Garry Shandling's Show, The Powers That Be, Dream On, and most notably the original Seinfeld pilot episode "The Seinfeld Chronicles".[1]

In recent years, Wolff has directed theatre at a number of venues,[2] as well as taught courses at New York University's Tisch School of the Arts and the Actors Studio.[2]

As an acting coach, Wolff has worked with Dakota Fanning, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Sean Penn, Matthew Perry, Harry Shearer, Michael McKean, Julie Hagerty, Steve Martin, Brian Benben, and other many others.[2]

He currently runs an acting studio in Hollywood.[3]


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