“I think I’m getting to be selective about the things I’m working on because I’m pretty confident in who I am.” – Daveed Diggs
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Amboyer chats about his audition for YOUNGER, playing a new character and his worst audition ever.
Sutton Foster on Playing With Her Age in ‘Younger’: “I’m actually excited to be a 40-year-old on TV”
“I wasn’t pursuing television. I wanted to be onstage. And I was very lucky there. But my career’s unfolding . . . exactly as it’s supposed to.” – Sutton Foster
Luckily Vincent D’Onofrio has learned to not take his work home with him—since he plays a psycho murderer in his new film, Chained.
Anton Chekhov’s The Seagull is a masterpiece, let’s just put that out there. But was it a good idea to turn it into a film?
The film picks up momentum about halfway through and that’s where it finally gets fun.
“Part of the test of becoming a working actor is being able to be resilient and work through those road blocks in whatever way you can.” – Jenna Fischer
“There’s not one approach. It depends on the scene” – Joaquin Phoenix
David Oyelowo: “You sort of need to pummel and plow away for longer, as a black actor, to get a degree of fame”
“I have concerns, I have hopes, you know, and that’s what you want to see in a character.” – David Oyelowo
“I’ve never lost that childish joy and excitement that I had in the beginning of my career. I think that’s one of the only ways you can survive in this industry” – Brittany Curran
There is a beautiful English saying: fear knocked at my door. I opened. Nobody was there.
“Getting to play a character over a lengthy period of time is always a pleasure, especially if you like the character.” – Dylan O’Brien
“I had no doubt of my eventual success.” – Richard Dreyfuss
“I’m always fighting whatever stereotypes one gets into and trying to change it up.” – Marisa Tomei
BALLAST is a poignant and thought provoking piece that proves that only by being yourself can your future take flight.
“What is so shocking now is that young actors don’t want to find out about the legacy that we left.” – Judi Dench
“Generally, every morning, I have to start from scratch.” – Bill Nighy on Being an Actor
Bobby Cannavale on the Physical Challenge of ‘The Hairy Ape’ and the Advice Bruce Springsteen Gave Him
“I get to the theater two hours early and run the play in my head, because it’s a lot of words and it takes me there.” – Bobby Cannavale
Joe Morton on Opportunities for Minority Actors: “It’s harder to break into the film world, whereas television has now changed its parameters”
“Television has decided that it will actually try to, as much as possible, make the world that it creates look like what the world actually looks like” – Joe Morton
Mark Ruffalo on his Return to Broadway: “All I wanted to do was get on a stage with a group of people I trust and love and do a great play”
In the current Broadway revival of Arthur Miller’s The Price, Mark Ruffalo returns to Broadway for the first time in over a decade (he last appeared in 2006’s Awake and Sing!)