Whether it be for a voiceover, TV or film, connecting to the true essence of your character is key for that connection to come alive.
Actor Noel Douglas Orput shares a portion of his book about a time on set that all actors will find semi-familiar.
Several years ago, Yuval David proclaimed “this is the busiest year of my career!” That continued to increase… then 2020 happened.
Actor Trevor Joseph on how he went from nothing on his resume to booking a Netflix show.
Focusing primarily on theater in the 80s and 90s, in 2019, Emily Brown returned to acting… then the pandemic hit.
Caitlin Patricia Weiler booked her first on-camera job since the beginning of this pandemic. Here, she talks about her time on set.
Ronnel Parham believes that actors should be taking ownership of their careers and creating as much content as they possibly can.
“It sounds easier said than done… but it took many years to get to a level of standing out in a great way.” Farrell writes.
Actor Wil Crown got some fresh air and found a fresh perspective on acting.
Everyone set on having an acting career seems to set their sights on either LA or NYC. I had chosen the latter and was sure I had my year mapped out
Actor Mera Mayde on how she found clarity and creative success in her career.
“It’s a big day. Lots to shoot. Two different geographical locations. A hike is involved. Yes, it will be ambitious,” writes Maganini
Chelsea Alana Rivera is an actor, writer and mobile notary who’s appeared in The Glorias, Council of Dads, Doom Patrol, and The Act.
“At the end of day, I guess all I am saying is: go for it, even if it’s scary, maybe especially if it is scary, follow your heart and don’t quit!”
You have to always be hustling. You are your own best salesman. No one will push you and promote you, like you can yourself!
Originally from Turkey, moving to NYC to follow a “so-called ‘impossible dream’ of becoming an actor was a very scary” step for for actress Idil Tekeli.
Actor Jake Hunter believes his journey is a good example about how you can dream big, start from scratch and make things happen.
As actors, we know how to hone our craft, get an audition, prepare and (hopefully) book it, show up for work happy to be doing what we love.
“I moved to New York City almost three years ago, and my acting journey has gone different than I imagined,” writes actress/writer Barbara Bernardi.
There’s nothing stopping you from creating clips, scenes, shorts, podcasts and using them to build an audience on social media.