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Woody Allen, Christina Ricci and Jason Biggs at event of Anything Else (2003)Woody Allen, Christina Ricci and Jason Biggs at event of Anything Else (2003)Woody Allen at event of Anything Else (2003)Woody Allen at event of Anything Else (2003)Woody Allen, Treat Williams, Debra Messing, Tiffani Thiessen, Barney Cheng and Soon-Yi Previn at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody Allen, Debra Messing and Tiffani Thiessen at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody Allen, Debra Messing and Tiffani Thiessen at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody Allen and Tiffani Thiessen at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody Allen at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody Allen at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody Allen, Treat Williams and Debra Messing at event of Hollywood Ending (2002)Director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN, left) and his agent Al Hack (MARK RYDELL) meet with studio executive Ellie (TÉA LEONI) in hopes that Val will be able to direct Ellie's next movie in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN) tells his girlfriend Lori (DEBRA MESSING) about his latest film project in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Studio head Hal Yeager (TREAT WILLIAMS) shows director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN) some poster ideas for his latest picture in Woody Allen's contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN) has a hard time envisioning poster ideas for his latest movie in Woody Allen's contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN, left) has an uncomfortable meeting about the progress of his comeback film with studio head Hal (TREAT WILLIAMS) in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN) and studio executive Ellie (TÉA LEONI) compliment Lori (DEBRA MESSING) on her scene in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN, left) is trying to describe what he envisions for the next scene to (left to right) his cinematographer's translator (BARNEY CHENG) and studio executives Ellie (TÉA LEONI) and Ed (GEORGE HAMILTON) in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. TREAT WILLIAMS stars as Hal Yeager, the head of the studio, in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. 1219 Production designer Elio Sebastian (ISAAC MIZRAHI, center left) and costume designer Alexandria (MARIAN SELDES) do some location scouting with director Val Waxman (WOODY ALLEN, right) and studio executive Ellie (TÉA LEONI, far right) in Woody Allen's latest contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Writer, director and star WOODY ALLEN and actor GEORGE HAMILTON on the set of Allen's contemporary comedy HOLLYWOOD ENDING, being distributed domestically by DreamWorks. Woody Allen and Téa Leoni in Hollywood Ending (2002)Woody AllenWoody Allen, Drew Barrymore and Edward Norton in Everyone Says I Love You (1996)Helen Hunt & Woody Allen starWoody Allen & Helen Hunt starJennifer Tilly as Olive with director Woody AllenPress Release Photo from PremiereWoody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn at event of Deconstructing Harry (1997)Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn at event of Deconstructing Harry (1997)Woody Allen and Soon-Yi Previn at event of Deconstructing Harry (1997)Still of Woody Allen and Calvin Coolidge in Zelig (1983)Still of Woody Allen in Zelig (1983)Still of Woody Allen in Zelig (1983)Woody Allen, LOVE AND DEATH, United Artists, 1975, **I.V.Woody Allen, LOVE AND DEATH, United Artists, 1975, **I.V.
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Biography

Woody Allen was born on December 1, 1935, as Allen Konigsberg, in Brooklyn, New York. At the age of 15, he started selling one-liners to gossip columns. After working a while as a stand up comedian, he was hired to write What's New Pussycat (1965) in 1965. He directed his first film a year later, What's Up, Tiger Lily? (1966) in 1966. See full bio »
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