Callsheet Terminology: “WD,” “PW,” and “PWF”

By | 2016-11-16T19:41:35+00:00 July 10th, 2013|Concepts, Lessons, Locked Content, Terminology|1 Comment

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Ben Hauck (Editor, Stand-In Central) has stood in on a number of projects shot in the NYC area. In addition to day-playing, he has stood in on major projects for John Oliver (Last Week Tonight), Jason Bateman (The Longest Week, Disconnect, and The Switch), Jason Sudeikis (Sleeping with Other People), Seth Rogen (The Night Before), and Peter Facinelli (Nurse Jackie and American Odyssey). Ben is an actor and improviser, author of the 2012 book Long-Form Improv (Allworth Press), and host of The Acting Income Podcast. http://benhauck.com

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  1. Patrick Austin September 19, 2014 at 11:10 am

    THANKS! i’m doing my first speaking part film early next week. I saw the column SWHF on said call sheet and wondered about the column’s definition. I am listed as SWF, which is fine, but I NOW know what that means! SWEET!

    Thanks guys!

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