Zac Hug

Adjunct Professor

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Zac Hug is a television writer, playwright, essayist, and is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (BFA, Acting) and of University of British Columbia (MFA, Creative Writing). Zac’s plays have been produced at the New York Fringe Festival, and the Williamstown Theater Festival workshop. His essay “Whatever It Is”  appeared in Event Magazine in 2015. Television credits include Drop Dead Diva, Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, and Hallmark movies Road to Christmas, Matching Hearts, and the Christmas in Evergreen series. His webseries These People (thesepeople.tv), earned a 2015 Best Writing for a Comedy Indie Series Award with co-writer Jim Rash, with whom he also co-wrote and co-starred in the Outfest short film Lazy (Sunday). 


Zac Hug

Adjunct Professor
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Zac Hug is a television writer, playwright, essayist, and is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (BFA, Acting) and of University of British Columbia (MFA, Creative Writing). Zac’s plays have been produced at the New York Fringe Festival, and the Williamstown Theater Festival workshop. His essay “Whatever It Is”  appeared in Event Magazine in 2015. Television credits include Drop Dead Diva, Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, and Hallmark movies Road to Christmas, Matching Hearts, and the Christmas in Evergreen series. His webseries These People (thesepeople.tv), earned a 2015 Best Writing for a Comedy Indie Series Award with co-writer Jim Rash, with whom he also co-wrote and co-starred in the Outfest short film Lazy (Sunday). 

Zac Hug

Adjunct Professor
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Zac Hug is a television writer, playwright, essayist, and is a graduate of NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts (BFA, Acting) and of University of British Columbia (MFA, Creative Writing). Zac’s plays have been produced at the New York Fringe Festival, and the Williamstown Theater Festival workshop. His essay “Whatever It Is”  appeared in Event Magazine in 2015. Television credits include Drop Dead Diva, Shadowhunters: The Mortal Instruments, and Hallmark movies Road to Christmas, Matching Hearts, and the Christmas in Evergreen series. His webseries These People (thesepeople.tv), earned a 2015 Best Writing for a Comedy Indie Series Award with co-writer Jim Rash, with whom he also co-wrote and co-starred in the Outfest short film Lazy (Sunday).