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TED BRUNETTI Award-Winning | Actor, Director, Coach, Teacher & Producer


Ted Brunetti is coming to the Alex Theatre on Fitzroy Street Grand Boulevard from 2 June!
From more information about dates and events visit https://alextheatre.au/ted-j-brunetti
Learn from the award-winning actor, director, coach, teacher and producer, and nail your acting skills like never before!

Ted Brunetti is an accomplished and versatile figure in the entertainment industry. As a producer, director, acting coach, and actor, Ted’s expertise spans across various mediums and locations, including Los Angeles, New York, and Atlanta. Currently, he graces the Broadway stage as “Frankie Coffeecake” in A BRONX TALE, co-directed by Robert De Niro and Jerry Zaks, with a book by Chazz Palminteri and music by Alan Menken.

With nearly 20 years of association with Uta Hagen, Ted is recognized as her protégé and an invited guest member of the renowned ACTORS’ STUDIO in Los Angeles. He is also the creator and executive producer of a half-hour comedy pilot for FOX Broadcasting Network, with several ongoing projects in development.

Ted’s impact as a coach and teacher extends to esteemed institutions and programs, including the University of Southern California’s School of Cinematic Arts, the American Film Institute, and the Actors’ Centre Australia, where he is an ongoing guest artist. His directorial work includes Ovation Award-nominated productions and collaborations with notable actors such as George C. Scott, Jack Lemmon, James Gandolfini, and Valarie Pettiford.

As an actor, Ted has worked alongside luminaries such as Uta Hagen, Jerry Zaks, Robert De Niro, Al Pacino, and Whoopi Goldberg, showcasing his talent in diverse projects on stage and screen.

Ted’s vast experience and dedication to the craft have garnered him recognition, including a National Endowment for the Arts’ Achievement in the Arts Award. He has also been a finalist and runner-up in multiple Backstage Magazine Readers’ Choice Awards.

With a forthcoming book based on his seminar, Ted continues to inspire and guide actors, emphasizing the importance of preparation and work in the audition process.

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