‘Actors on Acting’ Now Available on Amazon!


I’m happy to finally announce that my first book, Actors on Acting: Auditioning, Advice, Agents, Rejection, How They Got Their Start and More!, is now available Amazon Kindle!

This has been a long time coming. I started this almost 2 years ago but with being busy and my own laziness, I would only work on it periodically. It wasn’t till the first of the year that I finally buckled down and decided I’d finish it.

The book takes the best parts of our early interviews and Q&A’s from Film, TV and Broadway actors, breaks them down by different topics – auditions, agents, classes, etc – and presents it in a very fun and informative read.

It’s got tons of great acting advice and I’m sure you’ll love it!

Here are a few of the subjects covered:
• Acting Advice
• How They Got Their Start
• Auditioning
• Preparation
• Agents & Managers
• Classes
• Career Choices
• Character Research
• Acting Classes
• Voice Acting
• Rejection

It’s only $2.99!

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