Judy Kerr

Judy Kerr crashed her way into acting by convincing Joan Darling to allow her to bypass the five-year waiting list and become her class assistant, then her on-set assistant. Judy began her career doing plays at La Mama Hollywood in the 70s. She starred and toured with Jane Powell in Neil Simon’s Chapter Two and with Bill Macy in I Ought To Be In Pictures. She’s appeared in films and television – is noted for her fabulous scream in Manic Cop and making a beer milkshake for Nick Nolte in Cannery Row. Judy is an acting and on-set dialogue coach. She was the dialogue coach on “Seinfeld” working with the stars of the show as well as the guests. Other shows she’s coached on include: “It’s All Relative,” “All About The Andersons,” “The Ellen Show,” “The Single Guy” and “Alright Already.” Judy coaches privately, teaches workshops internationally, and is the best-selling author of Acting Is Everything: An Actor’s Guidebook, now in it’s 11th Edition.  Born in Glendale, she used to hang out on date nights across the street at "Toluca Lake Bob's".