Hi, I'm Christine Wood! I am currently in pre-production for Proximity a short film. It is a coming of age story about a young woman discovering her masculinity. I wrote Proximity and will direct and play the lead. 

I am a Los Angeles based actress. I grew up ski racing and hiking in Mammoth Lakes, California. I am a graduate of Idyllwild Arts Academy and received my BFA in Acting from California Institute of the Arts. 

My work spans from cinema to commercial to avant-garde theater. I performed in The Magic Tower presented by James Franco and Deborah Levine, a live multimedia  performance of Tennessee Williams one act plays. I played the lead role in the English-language world premiere of the Korean work When Spring Comes to Hills and Dales. 

My live performances have taken me internationally to Iceland and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, and in Los Angeles the historic downtown hotel - The Pico House, The Bootleg Theater, The Fountain Theatre, and the rooftops of The Standard and The Ace hotels as part of The Series curated by Nicole Disson. 

Most recently I was the lead in the comedy short The Selfie that Changed the World, which premiered at The La Jolla International Fashion Film Festival. This year I have performed poetry at The Fountain Theatre, in The Night of Nasty Women series, and participated in several workshops for new experimental theater pieces.