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Tony Danza was always impressed with Joseph Gordon-Levitt—even back when they appeared together in Angels in the Outfield in 1994. Now Gordon-Levitt is directing his old co-star in the new film, Don Jon.
Rebel Wilson was sort of thrown into acting.
“It was so embarrassing,” she said of the time her mother dragged her to an acting class when she was 14.
‘Breaking Bad’ Henchman Bill Burr: “I watched Bryan [Cranston] and Bob [Odenkirk] do a scene in the law office and I felt like I was watching 10 years of acting class”
One stand-out is actor Bill Burr who plays Sal Goodman’s henchman, Kuby. Burr was previously best known for his standup acts.
How cool would it be to have a one-on-one masterclass with Dustin Hoffman?
2-Minute Master Class on Acting: Watch Sir Patrick Stewart Demonstrate the Rarely Used ‘Quadruple Take’
I love everything about this video. Sir Patrick Stewart, sitting across from his barefooted fiancee’…
Terry Crews on His Acting Success: “I think with me not being from Julliard and that kind of classically trained actor, I had no expectations. There was nothing to lose, so I could try everything”
How exactly did Terry Crews go from being a linebacker in the NFL to being a successful actor? While professional athletes have had a long history of appearing in films — probably even earlier than when Babe Ruth appeared in 1920’s Heading Home — very few have managed to turn acting into a second full-time job. Crews, however, has become a TV star in shows like Everybody Hates Chris, Are We There Yet? and The Newsroom and in movies like The Expendables and its sequel.
“Taking this on has been a master class in acting. I have such an emotional attachment to this guy; I understood him right away. Sometimes I will do a scene, and afterward just break down on my way to the trailers. He’s so sad. He’s an incredibly good person with a moral code.”
“Acting is relaxation, concentration, and listening.” – Henry Winkler
Acting coach Warner Loughlin has written a wonderful new book that debunks the nonsense of the “tortured actor.”
“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
“If you keep trying to find what’s unique in the moment, then the danger is that you miss that very thing.” – Joaquin Phoenix
“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
“I feel incredibly lucky that I got the opportunity to make my mistakes, and learn vital lessons at drama school” – Naomie Harris
Sam Rockwell on Acting, Choosing Roles and One of His First Auditions, ‘Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles’
“I think the thing about acting is, on any given day, we are certain aspects of ourselves” – Sam Rockwell
Sexton was a working actress and is now an acting coach and acting teacher, so she knows what she’s talking about.
“I always say to actors, if you don’t get something, there’s a reason. It’s okay. It sucks in the moment. But it’ll all work out man.” – Michael Kelly
“Anybody can be good on a show season one and two. Can you be good 14 years later? Now, that’s a f*ckin’ skill.” – Ellen Pompeo
“It took me a long time to feel comfortable working in movies. I felt kind of like I was a stage actress pretending I was a movie actress” – Annette Bening
Jon Bernthal on His Approach to Acting and How Investing Himself into a Role Makes for Better Performances
“One of the drawbacks of playing the Punisher would be the high exposure. There’s a real downside to that as an actor” – Jon Bernthal