Woody Woodbeck has made quite the splash in LA Nightlife since coming onto the scene just about four years ago. Though his work with nightlife success started with his passion for philanthropy and believing that everyone can make a difference. He has thrown multiple successful large-scale events and helped raise thousands of dollars for organizations like GLAAD, The Trevor Project, EQCA, AHF, and Make A Wish Foundation.
Currently he helps run three of LA’s most successful weekly parties alongside his business partner Paul Nicholls. Stripper Circus Wednesdays at Here Lounge, a night that provides club goers with the hottest crowd, carnival games, a lively cast of carnies, live performances every week, and the hottest male gogo dancers in town. HYPE Friday’s at Ultra Suede & The Factory has become West Hollywood’s biggest dance party that has garnered worldwide press from its major celebrity performers and guests. HYPE has had the likes of Britney Spears, Nicki Minaj, Kelly Rowland, Khloe Kardashian, Robyn, Ciara, Brandy, Jordin Sparks, Christina Milian, and more attend and was named “West Hollywood’s hottest party known from coast to coast!” by Fox News LA! Lastly, he is the co-promoter of Hooker Casino Saturdays at Here Lounge, which is a casino themed night with a slightly dirty edge. Woody has also served as a promotional partner for the world famous White Party in Palm Springs & Matinee NYC & Vegas.
Though Woodbeck seems to have his hands full with nightlife promotions & special events, he is an Emmy Nominated TV Producer and Casting Director who has worked on TV shows for networks like MTV, Oxygen, Lifetime, OWN Network, A&E, and more. He has also worked for Al Gore & Current TV, E! Entertainment, and was the West Coast Editor-at-large for Life & Style Magazine. Recently, Woody has had major success with a few viral videos that he starred in, wrote, and produced; Sh!T Weho Queens Say & Call Me Maybe – Weho Queens Redux.
Nightlife is not all that is on his mind, Woody is a full time advocate, working with LGBT students across the country as they deal with coming out & coming of age. He has aspirations and hopes to work in politics in the future and is continuously trying to teach others to live, inspire, and love.