Pebbles, Ripples, and Waves: The Life and Times of Gordon Hunt 

The Gordon Hunt Documentary Project (original title)
The Gordon Hunt Documentary Project aka Pebbles, Ripples, and Waves: The Life and Times of Gordon Hunt is an exploration into the life of director and acting coach Gordon Hunt and his ... See full summary »

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The Gordon Hunt Documentary Project aka Pebbles, Ripples, and Waves: The Life and Times of Gordon Hunt is an exploration into the life of director and acting coach Gordon Hunt and his personal influence on countless individuals, including some of the heavyweights of the entertainment industry. Oscar-winning actress Helen Hunt, Breaking Bad's Jonathan Banks, CSI's Robert David Hall, casting director Jeff Greenberg (Modern Family), casting director April Webster (Star Wars: The Force Awakens) and writer/producer Nat Bernstein (Doogie Howser, Ally McBeal) among others share stories of Gordon's impact on their lives and why they credit him for much of their success inside and outside of "the business". Written by Roger Bridges

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The Greatest Man You've Never Heard Of

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Gordon Hunt is the father of Oscar and Emmy-winning actress Helen Hunt (As Good as It Gets (1997)) See more »

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