“Literature has always been the greatest fuel for my imagination.” – Carrie Coon
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Angela Lansbury is currently performing eight shows a week as Madame Arcati in the national tour of Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit… and she is 89 years old.
Lili: Imagination is “one of the fuels for an actor”
Al Pacino: “When you have access to real character, it stimulates the imagination. It’s something to take off from”
It’s no secret that Al Pacino’s best work in recent years has been on television. While his recent films have been awful to mildly disappointing, he has won Emmys for his roles in Angels in America and You Don’t Know Jack.
Must Watch Interview with Gary Oldman: “You’re at the mercy of the industry and the imagination of the people that are casting you”
If you have a spare 1 hour and 15 minutes, do yourself a favor and watch (or listen) to this fantastic interview the New York Times did with Gary Oldman
“I always feel the pressure to perform, and to utilize my imagination, and whatever skill that I have.” – Josh Brolin
“I don’t think that you can really know the trajectory of your career until it decides for you, and then you know your place.” – Katee Sackhoff
The three actors chat about the latest season, the incredible fight scenes and working with a fake baby.
An actor’s creativity may stem from some form of trauma or abuse, but out of this rough earth, a rose garden can bloom.
“He really goes up there and puts everything on the line.” – Director Benedict Andrews on Ben Mendelsohn
“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’
“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
Gwyn Gilliss answers questions questions about agents, classes, headshots and more!
“I always sort of look at filmmaking as an exercise in collective madness” – Dan Stevens
Jenna Weir, one of the three young actresses who rotate in the role of Matilda, deserved the standing ovation she received for her sharp, smart and fun performance.
If you are ready to get on the radar of the casting directors and are willing to do what it takes, read on and take action.
“As an actor, if you’re given very little information about what’s going on, then you’re forced to make it up.” – Luke Hemsworth
What is your character’s relationship to any objects, places and events?
“Green screen acting sucks, it is so hard to do.” – James Wolk
Hanks talks about the intimidating aspects of the role and how he prepared to play the much-heralded pilot.