The conversation with Richard E. Grant focused on his long acting career including, Withnail & I and his Oscar-nominated work in Can You Ever Forgive Me?
Browsing: Actors on Acting
Anthony Hopkins reflects on how being lucky played into his career and reveals what advice he imparts to young actors.
Richard Jenkins speaks extensively about finding his niche as a character actor, playing a wide range of characters for a number of acclaimed directors.
Though much of the conversation focuses on Amy Ryan’s recent role in ‘Lost Girls’, it quickly delves deeply into her past work on screen and stage.
Christine Baranski speaks about portraying Diane Lockhart as a supporting character on The Good Wife and currently as the lead character of The Good Fight.
Renee Zellweger participated in a career-spanning SAG Conversations program where she talked about her career and most important film roles.
Actor Sean Hayes speaks about why he was up for the challenge of playing a woman as well as what worried him about the decision to play Susan.
‘Better Call Saul’ Star Rhea Seehorn on Her Career and Reveals Why She’s on Set for Scenes She Isn’t In
Rhea Seehron explains how she ended up acting after planning to become a painter and why she reports to set even when she’s not supposed to be in a scene.
Actor Tyree Freely was self-taping a monologue for casting director Leah Daniels-Butler‘s Quarantine Project when he “heard a knock at the door.”
Newcomer Sidney Flanigan opened up about making her acting debut in the film, Never Rarely Sometimes Always, with such an emotionally intense role.
When starting out, Kristen Bell was more criticized for what she wasn’t as opposed to being criticized for what she is as an actor.
Jesse Eisenberg spoke about the difficulties of portraying Marcel Marceau in Resistance, a person best known for his skills as a mime.
Tyler Labine understood that despite his extensive comedic background, New Amsterdam wasn’t looking for comic relief when he auditioned for the part.
The Invisible Man’s Elisabeth Moss on Acting Opposite an Unseen Villain and What She’s Learned From Her TV Success
Though Elisabeth Moss acted opposite an invisible antagonist, she points out that it was not uniquely challenging because all acting requires imagination.
Danai Gurira on what she learned from portraying Michonne as well as the interesting way she trained with the character’s trademark sword.
Lee Pace spoke extensively about his career in film, television, and on the stage and his education as an actor.
Ben Mendelsohn, who plays the role of a detective who is seemingly facing a supernatural culprit. says that portraying the character was a “gift.”
When Did ‘To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before’ Star Noah Centineo Find Out He Wanted to Become an Actor?
Noah Centineo explains that it was the feeling he got from appearing in front of an audience that led him to pursuing acting.
Darren Criss reveals that it was actually an eight-year journey for him to appear in American Buffalo and why he is looking forward to returning to Broadway
Lesley Manville details her vast experience on both stage and screen as a powerful performer.