Actor Rafe Spall talks about how his father, Timothy Spall, influenced his career and how he still felt challenged by him.
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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.
Jeremy Pope reveals his stage origins and explains what it was like performing in one Broadway show while rehearsing for another.
“When I went to the Sundance screening of The Skeleton Twins it was the first time I said, ‘Wow, I’m an actor.'” – Bill Hader
“I was used to being ‘that dude from that show, who got shot in that episode'” – Sterling K. Brown
“It didn’t occur to me to try acting it until I was, for an actor, relatively pretty old — 22 or 23.” – Viggo Mortensen
“I hear actors pooh-pooh the idea… people might see them as a certain thing. I welcome it” – Frank Grillo on Typecasting
“It’s not enough just to be real; you have to try to make it interesting or entertaining” – Owen Wilson on Acting
“Looking back, I think I know why. Physically, I looked… like the guy—like Johnny in The Karate Kid, you know?” – Chris Pratt on being typecast
Greg Kinnear on ‘Thin Ice’ with Co-Star Alan Arkin: “I just basically steal from great actors like Alan”
It’s hard to believe that actor Greg Kinnear, who is best known for his roles in Little Miss Sunshine and As Good As It Gets, has never had any type of professional training when it comes to acting
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