Ed Wood Jr. was an American filmmaker and actor, known for directing horror films. After serving in the army for a few years, ED began working in the film industry. He moved to California in 1947, and started writing scripts and directing commercials as well as low-budget films. He directed more than 30 films in his career, including ‘Glen or Glenda’ (1953), ‘Bride of the Monster’ (1959), ‘Take It Out in Trade’ (1970), ‘Two Hot to Handle’ (1973), and ‘Night of the Ghouls’ (1984). He made his acting debut in ‘Glen or Glenda.’ He also appeared in a few films, such as ‘Operation Redlight’ (1969), ‘Take It Out in Trade’ (1970), ‘The Cocktail Hostesses’ (1973), ‘Five Loose Women’ (1974), and ‘Night of the Ghouls’ (1984), most of which were box-office failures. Around the 60s, he moved towards pornographic films and wrote scripts for the same. Tim Burton also made ‘Ed Wood’ (1994), which won two ‘Academy Awards.’ We have curated some of Ed Wood’s quotes on drama, trying, taste, perfection, vision, movies, etc.