10 Questions To Ask Yourself When Building A Character

What makes an actor truly great? Dee Cannon from The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts should know.

In this fantastic article below, she gives 10 questions that actors need to ask themselves in order to create a character.

1. Who am I?

2. Where am I?

3. When is it?

4. Where have I just come from?

5. What do I want?

6. Why do I want it?

7. Why do I want it now?

8. What will happen if I don’t get it now?

9. How will I get what I want by doing what?

10. What must I overcome?

Those are the 10 questions but read the full article as she goes in depth with each one.

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