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Here's a sample line from writer/actor/director/comedian Woody Allen's 1965 resume, per Showbiz Imagery and Chicanery: "My hobbies are not drinking and avoiding sex."
Supposedly hailing from the files of his former press agent, Max Liebman, the witty 1965 typewritten document details 30-year-old Allen's impressive career thus far, which at the time already included numerous TV writing gigs, stand-up performances, and one movie script: the 1965 comedy "What's New Pussycat."
It also expresses his determination to write, direct, and star in his own work: "I am not interested in writing any movies that I would not be in heavily (star or co-star in, is what I mean) and would not do adaptations for anyone in any medium because I am only interested in writing originals under any conditions," he states. The following year, Allen would co-direct his first movie, "What's Up, Tiger Lily?" -- and as we all know, he never looked back.
Other humorous tidbits include his admission that he plays "several musical instruments, all horribly"; prefers girls who are "pretty, funny, bright, neurotic, and like Hershey Bars"; gives his parents money so they'll leave him alone; and was "thrown out" of both NYU and City College of New York "for poor student."
Count on Allen to break all the rules of resume writing. Check out the full, not-yet-authenticated doc via one of the links below.
[via Tumblr h/t HuffPost]