Nathan Woodworth is an award-winning actor, writer, comedian and improvisor living and working in LA and Oregon. He has appeared on TV shows, including The Librarians and NCIS; the sketch-comedy web series The Barista Times (which he co-wrote and co-produced and which is available on YouTube); and the award-winning short film TuTu Grande (2019) which earned him the Maverick Movie Award for Best Supporting Actor, the Award of Excellence at the Southern Shorts Awards, and a Nomination for Best Actor at Nightmares Film Festival.

Nathan’s theatre credits include starring as Joe Bonham in The Actors’ Gang production of Johnny Got His Gun (directed by Academy Award-winner Tim Robbins), as well as the Volcanic Theatre Pub productions of The Dumb Waiter, Red, Brilliant Traces, and American Buffalo.

He has trained with The Groundlings and The Second City since 2012 and has performed stand up comedy since the age of 12 as an impressionist with over 100 voices.

To check out Nathan’s Actor Reel, Voice Reel, or Stand Up Demo, simply click the “Demo Reel” button. To check out the LA Times Review of Nathan’s performance in Johnny Got His Gun just click “News & Press.” Also available are links to his IMDb page and The Barista Times.


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