"Besides having a terrific knowledge, instincts, and chops as a director - Gordon has an uncanny way of making every collaboration an exciting adventure. --Paul Reiser, actor, writer, producer (The Paul Reiser Show, Atlanta, Mad About You)

"So many of the tools I use every day to act I got from Gordon Hunt's class. A suppoortive, challenging, exciting place to learn." --Helen Hunt, actor, writer, producer, director (The Sessions, Then She Found Me, As Good As It Gets, Mad About You).

Together with Amy Hennig, creator of the Uncharted series, Gordon has also given two Master Class workshops on the craft of Motion Capture Performance.

Gordon created the series, Starring... The Actor, during which he interviewed actors such as Anthony Hopkins, Jack Lemmon, Kirk Douglas, Julie Andrews, Sissy Spacek, and Gene Hackman.

AS A TEACHER, Gordon has taught acting and audition techniques at many venues including UCLA, USC, and The Stella Adler Workshop in New York, as well as his own workshop here in Los Angeles. 

Gordon has directed literally hundreds of animated movies, series, and special events as Director of Recording for Hanna-Barbera Productions (The Flintstones, Scooby-Doo, The Smurfs, etc...)

Gordon has also directed all three motion-capture video games in the Uncharted series (Winner Game of the Year -- NY Times & LA Times). And he has also directed several other motion capture games. 

He also wrote the best-selling theatre book, HOW TO AUDITION.

About Gordon Hunt

GORDON HUNT is a director/teacher who has practiced his craft from Los Angeles to New York and beyond. He won the Directors Guild Award for Best Director of a Comedy (Mad About You "The Alan Brady Show"). He has directed more than fifty episodes and pilots for television, working with such stars as Mel Brooks, Helen Hunt, and Paul Reiser. Gordon has also directed several Musicals for the Hollywood Bowl including My Fair Lady (with John Lithgow, Rosemary Harris, and Roger Daltry),  Camelot (with Jeremy Irons and Melissa Errico) and The Music Man (with Eric MacCormack and Kristen Chenoweth). He has directed special events at Carnegie Hall in New York and at the Music Center in Los Angeles, and directed premieres of new plays on and off Broadway (Angela Lansbury in A Little Family Business; Felicity Huffman and Anthony Edwards in Black).