Isaac Hirotsu Woofter is an award winning screenwriter and actor. His work has placed in many screenwriting competitions such as The Page International Awards, Creative World Awards, Richmond International Film Festival, TSL, and IFIPG Screenwriting Competition. His Jewish comedy NOSH was a finalist (top 30 of 3,500) in the Scriptapalooza Screenwriting Competition. LAST SHOT won the gold prize in The World Series of Screenwriting competition.
Whether it is a comedy, drama, pilot or screenplay, his work is always character driven, full of action, and has splashes of humor throughout.
As an actor, Isaac spent the last thirteen years performing in TV, films & commercials, and in regional theaters and festivals across the United States, Europe and South America.
He has played lead and title roles numerous times including the role of Joey in the Tony award-winning Broadway show WAR HORSE.
In 2008 he was nominated for a Falstaff Award, along with Patrick Stewart, for Best Supporting Actor in a Shakespeare Play for his unique portrayal of Malcolm in Roust Theatre Company's production of MACBETH.
Isaac received his MFA from Columbia University and continues to study writing at Jacob Krueger Studio in New York City.