Audrey Webb

Audrey Webb

Screenwriter and Actor

Austin, Texas

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About Audrey

Audrey began her career as an actress and comedian and performed on stages and in stand-up comedy clubs across Canada, including a stint at Toronto’s The Second City. A recent graduate of the MFA Dramatic Writing program at Texas State University, Audrey has received accolades for her work in multiple genres. Her short film The Direction was nominated for Best Drama in the 2020 Austin Micro Short Film Festival, and Truth & Endurance was an official selection in the 2020 Pandemic Film Festival. She co-wrote “The 2038 Problem,” a finalist in the TV Comedy category for the 2020 PAGE International Screenwriting Awards, and is the winner of both the 2020 LGBTQ International Screenwriting Competition and the 2020 Diversity Film & Script Showcase for her TV drama pilot “Dead Name.” She received the 2018 Judith Barlow Prize for her one-act play The Only Hills We’ve Ever Had, and her absurdist comedy Imagine That was named a semi-finalist in the 2018 Eugene O’Neill National Playwrights Conference and the Austin Film Festival. Recently her plays have been produced by Shoestring Radio Theatre (San Francisco), Articulate Theatre (New York), Mildred's Umbrella Theatre Company (Houston), and the Actors’ Studio of Newburyport.

Credits

  • The Direction

    The Direction (2020)
    Film Writer

  • Forever Home

    Forever Home (2013)
    Film (short) by Charles Huckelberry (Comedy and Romance) Writer A young woman makes a tough choice about her new best friend.

  • Our Hero

    Our Hero (2000)
    Television by John May Actress

  • This Is My Life

    This Is My Life (1992)
    Film by Nora Ephron (Drama) Actress Single mom Dottie Ingels sells cosmetics in a department store, but she dreams of being a comedian. When she inherits some money, she takes the chance and moves with her two daughters, Erica and Opal, to New York to perform in small bars. Soon her agent, Arnold Moss, makes her famous, but while she travels all over the USA, the girls stay home lonely. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

  • In the Nick of Time

    In the Nick of Time (1991)
    TV Movie by George Miller (Comedy, Family and Fantasy) Actress Santa Claus is up for retirement after his 300 years, and he searches New York City for a replacement.

  • The New Shoes

    The New Shoes
    Writer

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