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Interview: John C. McGinley on ‘Stan Against Evil’, “Panic Acting” and His Time on Broadway

McGinley talks about Stan and the tiny moment that anchored last season, his time on Broadway and more!

Watch: SAG Conversations on Broadway with Andy Karl

Karl recalls his highs and lows on stages and reveals the charming side that has made him a huge star.

Watch: SAG Conversations with Alexander Skarsgard of ‘Big Little Lies’

Skarsgard talks about his career and work on HBO's 'Big Little Lies'

Jane Lynch: “I was 40 by the time I started making money at this”

"I love to act; it's my calling if there's such a thing." - Jane Lynch

Andy Serkis on Performance Capture: “You can’t be vain and do this”

"Acting is acting at the end of the day, but playing these kinds of characters, there's an element of being fearless to play them." - Andy Serkis

Rachel Bay Jones: “Everything we’re trying to do on stage as actors is tell the truth”

Jones revealed the various anxieties she had about her career and how she learned that it was important to be herself.

Why Actor Ashley Tabatabai Started Creating His Own Content

"When the reason for doing anything is powerful enough, you will find a way to make things happen," says Tabatabai

Movie Review: Sundance Hit, ‘Patti Cake$’

Patricia Dombrowski (Danielle Macdonald) is an aspiring hip hop artist who goes by the name of Killa P or Patti Cake$.

Interview: Janet Varney on ‘Stan Against Evil’, Shooting Episodes Out of Sequence and Getting Vomited On

"I think Dana said, 'I don't know how I'm going to get you out of this.'" - Janet Varney

Alison Brie on ‘Glow’: “I had to audition many times”

"Of course when you're told that they don’t think your right for it, I was even more fired up to prove them wrong." - Alison Brie on Auditioning for 'Glow'

Interview: Dana Gould Talks ‘Stan Against Evil’, His Inspiration for the Show and Creating a Were-Pony

"I like being the weird guy that comes in and goes out. My acting career, I tend to be their weird guy that comes in and goes out." - Dana Gould

Marvel’s Inhumans: How Anson Mount Developed Black Bolt’s Communication

"I tend to be more interested in a character’s weaknesses than I do their strengths and in a comic book/graphic novel space, it’s easy to lose sight of that, you know?" - Anson Mount

Jodie Whittaker on Becoming the First Female Doctor Who

"To be asked to play the ultimate character, to get to play pretend in the truest form: This is why I wanted to be an actor in the first place." - Jodie Whittaker

How to Harness Your Twitter Power

This is not going to happen overnight but as part of your marketing strategy it can have a big impact on your career.

Watch: SAG Conversations with Actors from Broadway’s ‘Hamilton’

The cast speaks about filling the big shoes of the original cast and performing in perhaps the most popular American musical in decades.

Watch: SAG Conversations with Billy Bob Thornton of ‘Goliath’

Thornton talks about playing a character that some would say is fairly typical for him as well as his career as a whole.

Watch: Evangeline Lilly’s ‘Lost’ Audition

Check out the audition that grabbed the attention of the Lost creators above!

Rachel Bay Jones on Finding Her ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ Character

"We always try to find the recognizable thread. The thing that we relate to is always the strongest point to start from." - Rachel Bay Jones

Corey Hawkins on Using His Classical Training in Television and Film Roles: “You have those tools ready to go”

"...you’re not feeling inspired as an actor and not having that magic moment where it all comes together, then that’s when you have to pull the techniques." - Corey Hawkins

Ted Danson on ‘The Good Place’ and Why He Doesn’t Need to Know His Characters Backstory

"On this show, you’re constantly walking in with a new script with a new backstory and a new revelation on who you are. You’re constantly discovering." - Ted Danson