From LA to Westport, CT, actress Wynter Kullman Warshaw settled into suburban life in Westport, CT. With parts in major films such as “Garden State”, “Two Weeks Notice”, Wynter tells us how she got her start as an actress and gives advice to budding actors and actresses. Here is a peek into Hollywood Actress, Wynter Kullman Warshaw’s Life in Westport, CT.
Tell me about your journey to the surburbs.
How old are your kids? What do you like to do with your kids in Westport and in the area?
What are your favorite playgrounds and parks in Westport?
What are some things you don’t like about Westport?
How would you describe Westport residents?
What are your favorite restaurants in Westport and in the area?
What are your go-to places in Westport?
Can you describe your social life?
Are you a member of a country club?
What has your experience been so far with schools?
Do you or your spouse commute to the city? What has your experience been with the commute?
Any tips and advice you can give to someone looking to move to the area?
You are an actress. Tell me more about how you got started. Any upcoming projects?
Any advice you can give to budding actors and actresses?
About Wynter Kullman Warshaw
Wynter Kullman’s film credits include “Two Weeks Notice”, “It Runs in the Family”, “Garden State”,and “Uptown Girls”. She has guest -starred on Law and Order, Law and Order S.V.U, C.S.I Miami and other TV shows. Her most recent TV work was on The Blacklist and the Netflix film “Like Father”. She made her Off Broadway debut in the play Glam Night and is a proud member of The Theatre Artists Workshop.