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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 22 March 1985Norfolk, Virginia, USA
Height 5' 6" (1.68 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Hunter Drago is an actress, producer, and writer living in Los Angeles, California. Hunter grew up in the Washington DC theatre community and was a certified high school drama geek who reviewed local high school productions in newspapers such as The Washington Post and for local news channels. She was nominated for a Cappie Award for best featured actress in a play at 18, after which she moved to New York City to attend NYU's Tisch School of the Arts where she studied at the Atlantic Theatre Company School and the Lee Strasberg Film & Television Institute.

A few of Hunter's credits as an actress include ValDean Production's Lenox Avenue, the award-winning short film Sisters, and even an appearance on The People's Choice Awards. She has performed in films, television shows, and commercials and enjoys any opportunity to do meaningful work. She's also an active participant within the SAG Conservatory, and has performed in a number of productions and classes at the American Film Institute. She was also nominated for the Star Volunteer Award for her volunteer work in social media for AFI Fest. She is executive producing and acting in an all-female feature film, To The New Girl, set for a 2017 release.

Hunter is also a writer and serves as the Assistant Editor-in-Chief for Ms. in the Biz, the premiere online destination for women in the entertainment industry. Her writing often focuses on entertainment industry news, safety on set, and women in film.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Hunter Drago Official Website

Spouse (1)

Matt Drago (11 April 2014 - present)

Trivia (5)

Attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, studied at the Atlantic Theatre Company School, as well at T. Schreiber Studios.
Won a Critic's Choice Award at the DC Cappies Awards (held at The Kennedy Center) for her performance in The Miracle Worker and was also nominated for Featured Actress in a Play. (2003).
Became the "Hollywood Happenings" contributor for popular blogging site Nonsociety.com in April 2010.
Became a contributor for Back Stage's blog for actors, Unscripted, in September 2010.
Married to actor Matt Drago.

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