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.
“You have many more people in you than what you think and they are eager to live through the characters you’ll play,” writes Morigi.
Voice Over Jobs and Why It’s Important To Stay Open And Allow Your Dreams And Passions To Evolve
Freya gives her advice to actors planning on taking the leap and moving to New York City.
My name is Gordon Welke and I am restarting my acting career this summer 2018.
Bruce Lee said that “To live is to express and to express you have to create.”
There is a beautiful English saying: fear knocked at my door. I opened. Nobody was there.
“When the reason for doing anything is powerful enough, you will find a way to make things happen,” says Tabatabai
Actor Russell Nauman Turned the Loss of His Father into a Beautiful Film about Coping and Conquering Depression
Nauman decided to follow Carrie Fisher’s advice and “Take your broken heart, make it to art.”
Blue Light is the story of Mildred, a 1950’s housewife, who comes home to find people from the future talking to her through her television.
“The key to launching the campaign was, like all aspects of my acting and filmmaking career, was research and marketing.” – Actress India Autry
“Two years ago I was a college baseball player with no acting experience,” Actor Jake Hunter writes.
“This show has become a very humbling project about honoring veterans and their families,” Taurel writes.
Actress Heather Brooker started working part-time jobs to fund her acting habit. She also came up with ways to stay creative while waiting for her break.
“Any screenplay that even hints at porn in this respectable Tinseltown contest lands in the slush pile,” writes Anna