Actor James Marsden spoke about appearing on ‘Dead To Me’ and how he relates acting to playing an android on HBO’s Westworld.
Browsing: Actors on Acting
Beanie Feldstein spoke about her career growth, her frustration of being considered just as a “type” while trying to begin her acting career.
Jake Gyllenhaal talks about his recent career moves and why he feels there has been more opportunity to portray different types of men in his films.
Even though Chris Hemsworth has starred in films that have made over a billion dollars, he admits he can still be insecure about his status in the industry.
Cobie Smulders did a small amount of acting as a teenage model, but didn’t realize she could do it for a living until she tried again in college.
Ethan Hawke reflects on his career trajectory and offered insight on how an actor can have an “interesting career.”
Bradley Whitford spoke about his television work and what he specifically learned about television acting from his soap opera experience.
Peter Sarsgaard on Playing a Detective in ‘Interrogation’, Finding the Right Shoes and Looking to Animals for Inspiration
Peter Sarsgaard speaks about the challenges of playing a homicide detective and how it differs from one of his most famous roles in Boys Don’t Cry.
AJ Buckley reveals how his physical transformation surprised many during his audition process and how satisfying it was for him.
Jonathan Pryce speaks in depth about his many roles in film (including an in depth discussion about his part in The Two Popes), television, and stage.
Mark Ruffalo said that he argued against the idea of casting him as the Hulk to Avengers director Joss Whedon and star Robert Downey Jr.!
Kerry Washington on Her ‘Scandal’ Audition and the Importance of Olivia Pope: “I had never seen a network drama with a black woman as the lead”
Kerry Washington talks what she enjoyed about acting when she started as well as why getting in cast in Scandal was so important to her.
Jake Gyllenhaal points to his performance in his Broadway run in Sunday in the Park With George as a significant help to changing his attitude toward acting.
Domhnall Gleeson spoke about why he has difficulty performing in his own voice as well as what recognition for his work means to him as an actor.
Rhea Seehorn reflects on her sitcom experience prior to Better Call Saul and how she portrays a character who is so different in personality from her own.
Michael Caine spoke about what he learned during his brief “retirement” and also shares some lessons from legendary actor/director John Huston.
Florence Pugh on the Physicality of Acting and How She Found the “Tremendous Amount of Grief” for Her Role in ‘Midsommar’
Florence Pugh on career, including submerging herself in a tank of freezing water for Little Women and what she learned about acting from her mother.
Josh Radnor is keenly aware of the importance of having trust in how creators will steer the series after thoroughly reviewing the pilot’s script.
Jonathan Banks explains that his casting on Breaking Bad was serendipitous after Bob Odenkirk couldn’t work on an episode because of scheduling conflicts.
Jeremy Sisto spoke about his early days breaking into acting and how his attitude toward on being an actor has changed over his career.