Eric Hunicutt is a director, improviser, actor, teacher and coach. As an actor and director, Eric has worked in theatre, commercials, films, tv, sketch comedy and improv in Los Angeles, Chicago and across the U.S. 

In L.A., Eric taught for over a decade at Steppenwolf Classes West and Warner Loughlin Studios and was a performer and improv instructor at the iO West theatre in LA and Improv Olympic in Chicago for almost twenty years.Eric’s work as a teacher includes classes and workshops at prestigious private acting studios, theaters, comedy festivals, conferences, summer intensives, and university programs including: UC San Diego, The Art of Acting Studio (LA), The Australian Film & Television Academy (LA), USC, California State University’s annual Summer Arts intensive, and he offered private scene study classes for many years in Los Angeles.

In addition to working with performers and entertainment industry professionals, Eric has coached world-class athletes, creatives, executives, and educators and led communication and teambuilding workshops for Fortune 500 companies and brands. He’s facilitated science communication workshops for researchers, faculty, and grad students at UC San Diego and he trained as a science communication instructor at the Alan Alda Center for Communicating Science in Stony Brook, NY.

He currently works as a communication coach at the Savannah College of Art & Design in Savannah, Georgia, where he guides faculty and students across a wide variety of disciplines, teaching them how to craft and share their stories and their work with global audiences across multiple media.