“I think you kind of have to embrace the unknown if you’re an actor.” – Jorja Fox
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Things don’t always go smoothly on set even after years of being on a series.…
Helgenberger’s character Catherine Willows will be phased out of the show while her character’s prominent role is taken over by D.B. Russell, a forensic scientist character who will be portrayed by television veteran Ted Danson.
Emmy award winning actor Laurence Fishburne announced he will be leaving CSI after two and a half seasons.
Two prominent casting directors offer some insight on the difficulty of casting and how some casting decisions are left up to people who carry a bit more weight
Lenny Platt on ‘Quantico’, the “Amazing Education” He Got Working on a Soap and Pushing Forward When Faced with Adversity
“The faster I can get those words and commit them to memory, the sooner I can really start thinking about what my intention is, what the subtext is and what my character is trying to achieve by saying these things” – Lenny Platt
“It’s just that it’s a grind. To try for that to be your primary career, especially for women, it’s a bit of a grind.” – Rashida Jones on Acting
The key to success in your acting lies is in how you prepare
Interview: Casting Director Robert Ulrich on Discovering Unknown Actors, Tips on Self-Taping Auditions and More!
“Even if I know the character well, I pre-read fifty people or at least a great deal of people, sometimes even for a one line role” – Casting Director Robert Ulrich
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e-BVs-KCSiA Fantastic Four is a contemporary re-imagining of Marvel’s original and longest-running superhero team, centers…
Christian Madsen & Ben Lloyd-Hughes Talk ‘Divergent’, Auditioning for Their Parts and Running Through Chicago
Christian on his audition: “I left feeling like, “Hey, at least I did a good job”
[Warning: Spoilers Ahead!] For fans of AMC’s The Walking Dead, the Season 4 midseason finale…
5 Questions with Harrison Knight, Star of the Hallmark Original Movie ‘The Watsons Go to Birmingham’
Harrison talks about the movie, auditioning and working with the cast
SAG-AFTRA members have re-elected Ken Howard and Amy Aquino. Howard will serve as the first…
Every year, thousands of actors come to LA for ‘pilot season’, here are 10 tips to get you ready
Elliot Gould starred in Ingmar Bergman’s The Touch in 1971, the great Swedish director’s first English language film. Gould began his acting career on Broadway in the 1960’s, and by the end of the decade went on to became the embodiment of disenchanted youth culture in such films as Robert Altman’s Korean War satire M*A*S*H, in which he played the maverick surgeon Trapper John and Bob & Ted & Carol & Alice, for which he received an Oscar nomination.
Interview: Sons of Anarchy’s Theo Rossi, Ryan Hurst & Kim Coates: “Every script this season reads like a finale” (video)
What’s coming up for the guys in Season 5? Check out this interview!
So what is in it for you? Lots, even if you aren’t willing to get on a dog sled and spend the weekend in an igloo
Douglas on playing Gomez: “The fact that everyone has expectations, my first job was to forget about that”
Ricky on why he left the UK: “There’s only so far you can go”