Sarah Goldberg speaks about her acting training in the UK and why she wasn’t prepared to improv with Bill Hader during her audition.
Browsing: Actors on Acting
Henry Winkler reflected on some of the peaks and valleys of his career, from commercials, Happy Days and the lean years.
Elizabeth Moss spoke about her character and pushing herself to get a wild performance while still holding true to the script.
Christopher Meloni recalls what he did during his unconventional screen test for the role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Chance Perdomo revealed that an unsuccessful period led to his current starring role on the Netflix series, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina.
David Harbour spoke about how he might be playing Hellyboy, a comic book character, on screen but his influences come from a very different place.
Jason Mitchell spoke about his new film, The Mustang, and reflected on his image and career, particularly how he has worked to avoid typecasting
Freddie Highmore talks about the challenges of playing a someone who is an autistic savant on The Good Doctor, as well as his varied career so far.
Winston Duke spoke about the decisions that led him to a successful acting career, including his choice to attend graduate school.
Idris Elba on directing the film, Yardie, and what he’s learned from other directors.
Aidy Bryant on Performing on ‘SNL’: “You really are tracking things on, like, four different levels”
Aidy Bryant also talks about one aspect of Saturday Night Live that viewers may not know about and that the cast members must contend with.
Chloe Grace Moretz reveals why she took a lengthy break from acting because she reevaluated where she wanted to be in her career.
J.K. Simmons talks about his role selection process and why he thinks he was able to transition from stage roles to film and television roles.
Brie Larson looks back on her career, her Oscar win, and reflects on how her Captain Marvel character has influenced her mindset.
Bill Nighy on what he learned from the many acclaimed playwrights he has worked with, including the importance of being funny.
Richard E. Grant on Melissa McCarthy and the Actor That Influenced His Character in ‘Can You Ever Forgive Me?’
Richard E. Grant talks about who he based his character on and how his initial expectations of his co-star Melissa McCarthy proved to be very wrong.
Glenn Close talks about the importance of close-ups in acting on film and revealed that she feels more herself acting on stage.
Emma Stone and Nicholas Hoult talk about their strange auditions for the film, ‘The Favourite’
J.K. Simmons talks about the challenges he faces as an actor and how, even after all these years on screen, there are still questions that he can’t answer.
Tyler Labine on Playing Both Comedy and Drama: “In order to know what’s funny, you need to know what’s not funny”
Tyler Labine speaks about the variety of roles in his career and what he has learned from acting in so many different types of projects.