Life Biography of Woody Allen
During his childhood he learned to play the violin, a fact which later help in creating the soundtracks of his films and become a great interpreter of the clarinet, who plays regularly in public, along with a jazz band. Woody Allen began his career as a comedian at age 16, always associated with other comedians.
In 1957 Woody Allen was awarded first prize "Sylvana Award". Begin to work individually, getting to perform the task of director of his shows in the hotel chain Borsch Belt of New York, where he had worked other major comedians like Jerry Lewis. Woody Allen performed in many venues, occasionally appearing on television, until finally, thanks to its spirit and wit, after a performance at the local Blue Angel, he was offered the possibility of developing a script and participate as an actor in the film What's new, Pussy Cat? From that time would be devoted Woody Allen as director and screenwriter, and actor, with the realization of films set mostly in his beloved Manhattan.