Frank Wood (actor)
|Born||May 1960 (age 57)|
|Education||Wesleyan University (BA)
New York University (MFA)
Frank Wood (born March 1960) is an American actor who has appeared in various television, film, and theatre roles. His most frequent role was performing as Greg in the HBO series Flight Of The Conchords.
Wood is the son of Margaret (Byers) and Robert Coldwell Wood, a political scientist who briefly served as United States Secretary of Housing and Urban Development in the Lyndon Johnson administration. His sister is the former Governor of New Hampshire and U.S. Senator Maggie Hassan. Wood attented the Buxton School, graduated from Wesleyan in 1984 and subsequently earned an MFA from New York University's Graduate Acting Program.
Wood won a Tony Award in 1999 for Best Featured Actor in a Play for Side Man. He played Bill in August: Osage County on Broadway. From September 14, 2010 to March 27, 2011, Wood starred as the character Roy Cohn in the acclaimed off-Broadway revival of Tony Kushner’s Pulitzer Prize-winning play Angels in America staged by the Signature Theatre Company in Manhattan. Wood played Gary Lucas in Greetings from Tim Buckley, a film on Tim and Jeff Buckley, which premiered at the 2012 Toronto International Film Festival.
- Down to You (2000) - Doctor
- Small Time Crooks (2000) - Oliver
- Pollock (2000) - Frank Pollock
- Thirteen Days (2000) - McGeorge Bundy
- The Royal Tenenbaums (2001) - Hotel Manager
- In America (2002) - Paediatrician
- People I Know (2002) - Michael Wormly
- Winter Solstice (2004) - Bill Brennan
- King of the Corner (2004) - Anthony Berenson
- Keane (2004) - Assaulted Commuter
- The Undeserved (2004) - Alex Montgomery
- Flakes (2007) - Bruce
- Michael Clayton (2007) - Gerald
- The Favor (2007) - Lawrence
- Dan in Real Life (2007) - Howard
- Lucky Days (2008) - Dr. Ginger
- Changeling (2008) - Ben Harris
- Synecdoche, New York (2008) - Evaluative Services Doctor
- The Missing Person (2009) - Harold Fullmer
- The Taking of Pellham 123 (2009) - Police Commissioner Sterman
- Greetings from Tim Buckley (2012) - Gary Lucas
- St. Vincent (2014) - Maggie's Attorney
- The Phenom (2016) - Richard Boyer
- Custody (2016) - Uncle Frank
- Gold (2016) - Scottie Nevins
- Isle of Dogs (2018)
- Law & Order (1998) - Dr. Rutland
- Ed (2001)
- The Sopranos (2001) - Dean Ross
- Third Watch (2001) - Fire Chief
- Law & Order: Criminal Intent (2002) - George Weems
- Medium (2005) - Crazed Man
- Line of Fire (2005)
- Flight of the Conchords (2007-2009, 17 episodes) - Greg
- Bored to Death (2010) - Dr. O'Connor
- Lights Out (2011) - Dr. Stuart Wexler
- Modern Family (2012) - Reporter
- Grey's Anatomy (2012) - Frank Wheeler
- The Good Wife (2012) - Dr. Joseph Lidera
- Elementary (2013) - EROC Supervisor
- The Newsroom (2013) - Shep Pressman
- The Get Down (2016) - Ed Koch
- Spring Awakening (2006)
- Hollywood Arms (2007)
- August: Osage County (2008)
- Clybourne Park (2010)
- Angels in America (2010–2011)
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- "NYU Graduate Acting Alumni". 2011. Retrieved 2011-12-08.
- "Frank Wood". Filmbug. 2007-11-10. Retrieved 2017-02-25.
- BWW News Desk (2008-06-03). "'August' Welcomes Frank Wood on June 17th". Broadwayworld.com. Retrieved 2017-02-25.
- "Time Out New York | New York Events, Activities & Things To Do". Newyork.timeout.com. Retrieved 2017-02-25.
- What to Stream Now. "Theater Review: The Spectacularly Overstuffed Angels in America - Vulture". Nymag.com. Retrieved 2017-02-25.
- "Photo 9 of 10 | Angels in America: Show Photos". Broadway.com. Retrieved 2017-02-25.
- "Tony Winners Norbert Leo Butz and Frank Wood Join Penn Badgley in Greetings from Tim Buckley". Broadway.com. August 22, 2011. Retrieved October 2, 2012.
- Kurchak, Sarah (August 15, 2012). "TIFF 2012 Adds Greetings From Tim Buckley, Spike Lee's Bad 25 Michael Jackson Doc, Skrillex Soundtrack". Spinner. Retrieved October 2, 2012.
- "Gambling on O'Neill: Forest Whitaker Makes His Broadway Debut in Hughie" by Michael Paulson, The New York Times, February 3, 2016