Amanda Crew also chats about getting her role in Tone-Deaf, moving to LA when she was 21 and that time she was fired from an acting job.
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J.C. MacKenzie talks about working with Scorsese and his role in The Irishman, preparing for auditions and self-tapes and much, much more.
Interview: Adam Devine and Blake Anderson on Their New Animated Show, ‘The Fabulous Furry Freak Brothers’
Adam Devine and Blake Anderson also talk voice acting and how streaming services have opened up a “creative boom.”
Denise Crosby also talks about the types of characters she usually plays and a particularly bad audition when she was just staring out.
Ron Bohmer also chats about the strangest thing that’s ever happened to him on stage and how how he manages to keep his role fresh every performance.
Andrew Polk talks about his audition for Broadway’s ‘The Band’s Visit’, making his Broadway debut, his TV work and more!
Interview: The Big Bang Theory’s Rati Gupta on Booking the Show, Moving to L.A., and One “Disastrous” Audition
Rati Gupta talks on how her career has changed since booking ‘Big Bang Theory’, working on the show, auditions and how she end up becoming an actor.
Interview: Judd Lormand Talks ‘SEAL Team’, Becoming a Series Regular and How He Booked 72 Parts in 72 Months
Lormand talks about his role and becoming a series regular for season 2, how he booked so many roles while living in the Southeast and much more.
Mulligan also talks about figuring things out on set, her worst audition and more!
Reddick talks about the film, playing a psychopath and tells the story of his worst audition!
Everett talks getting into character and why playing Wilde in David Hare’s play, The Judas Kiss, served as a great audition piece.
Interview: Stephen Tobolowsky on ‘Strange Nature’, Coping with Acting Nerves and His Advice to Actors
Tobolowsky, who’s a great storyteller, also talks about working on Deadwood and why you should never film in the woods.
David also talks about his time at Juilliard and the first things he does when he gets a role.
Ironside also chats about how he chooses his projects and why he likes to help out indie filmmakers.
Scott also talks about auditions and if she felt pressure being the lead in her first big studio film.
Interview: Brian Dennehy on ‘The Song of Sway Lake’, Acting and One Audition That Changed Everything
Actor Brian Dennehy also reveals the advice that actor Christopher Plummer gave him that he still uses today.
Takei chats about his activism, why he took the role in American and bringing the musical, Allegiance, to Broadway.
“I was like, ‘I’m not gonna get a four year contract on a soap.’ I wasn’t nervous whatsoever. Of course, don’t you know, that’s the one I booked.” – Chrishell Stause
“You always want to start a character in the moment. If you walk out on stage, you wanna bring with you that moment that happened to you before you walked out on the stage.” – Brent Jennings
Rufus Sewell, who plays John Smith, sat down to talk about his character and why he didn’t want to play just a “pure black-hearted villain.”