Some of his television credits include Tales of the Crypt, The Sopranos, Arli$$, The Practice, The Division, Medium, Ugly Betty,Criminal Minds as well as a number of television films.
He also had a career in theatre, directing plays at the Manhattan Theatre Club, Ensemble Studio Theatre and Actors Theatre of Louisville.
In 1989, Wolk won a Writers Guild of America Award for writing the Great Performances episode entitled "Tales from the Hollywood Hills: Natica Jackson".
Andy Wolk's career started in the theater in New York City. He has had plays produced as a writer and director at theaters such as Lincoln Center Institute (TWELFTH NIGHT and THE WINTER'S TALE by Shakespeare) LaMaMa, Ensemble Studio Theater and the Manhattan Theater Club where he was on staff for 5 years. Mr. Wolk has also taught at Brooklyn College, the New School, Lincoln Center and Robert Redford's Sundance Institute Mr. Wolk wrote and directed the acclaimed HBO drama CRIMINAL JUSTICE which Time Magazine named one of the "Ten Best" films of the year. Starring Forest Whitaker and Rosie Perez CRIMINAL JUSTICE also received the Silver Prize at FIPA in Cannes, was named Best Cable movie by The Cable Guide, and was nominated for a Writer's Guild Award. Previously, Mr. Wolk received the Writers Guild Award for NATICA JACKSON which starred Michelle Pfeiffer and was the premiere film of PBS's TALES FROM THE HOLLYWOOD HILLS. He has also written and directed episodes of NYPD BLUE and EQUAL JUSTICE plus his first feature, Traces of Red (1992) for Goldwyn.
Rizzoli & Isles:
- Can I Get A Witness? (2011)