Andrew Munz was born in 1987 in Catskill, NY, the only American in his Austrian family. His plays have been produced at the Spoon Theater in Manhattan, and the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming. He is a graduate of the improv training program at the iO Theater in Chicago, IL and has also trained at The Second City and the Annoyance Theater.
He is the writer and director of various plays including the popular “Still Single: Lessons on Love with Emma and Andy,” “I Can Ski Forever”, “Those Days”, “Second Guesses”, “Tröllaskagi”, “Three-Step Rug” and the most recent “I 2 Can Ski Forever,” which received national recognition from Powder Magazine and Ski Magazine. He is also a columnist at “Planet Jackson Hole”, and you can read all of his columns and articles here: PlanetJH. A passionate writer, he is always working on a new project be it a play, an epic novel or a sequel to that epic novel. He is a frequent participant of the Jackson Hole Writers Conference.
He currently resides in Jackson, WY, but is often spotted in Iceland.