Adam Driver talks about his approach to acting and how his youth, military background, and work with different types of directors inform his performances.
Actor Adam Driver has taken a unique path to the acting profession, here he talks how his journey brought him to acclaim and stardom.
Gillian Jacobs: “I’m not a rule-breaker, so for a long time I wondered why people cast me in these parts”
Jacobs talks about her rough experience as a student at Juilliard, how Community rekindled her love for acting, and how she’s completely different than her character on Love.
“I always said I studied to try to develop an acting muscle. The key I always thought to my career would be diversity.” – Wendell Pierce
“I wanted to challenge myself again. I wanted the rigor of having to be word perfect, of not being able to pull the panic button and say ‘Cut!'” – Gillian Jacobs
“When you film out of order, you just don’t want to wait for lightning in a bottle for a scene to kind of find its feet.” – Jess Weixler on why she works with an Acting Coach
Corey Hawkins on Using His Classical Training in Television and Film Roles: “You have those tools ready to go”
“…you’re not feeling inspired as an actor and not having that magic moment where it all comes together, then that’s when you have to pull the techniques.” – Corey Hawkins
“I remember thinking, ‘I want to go to Juilliard, I want that structure and I want that rigor and that classical foundation.’” – Corey Hawkins
“When people ask me, ‘What was your big break?’ I say it was going to Julliard.” – Laura Linney
Anthony Mackie on Landing ‘Captain America: The Winter Soldier’ Role: “When I heard I got the role I broke down in tears”
As an increasing number of Oscar winners — including Tommy Lee Jones, Robert Redford, and…
“Juilliard is where I had to let go of a lot of old ideas about who I was, beyond just an actor”
Interview: Tony Nominee Shalita Grant on ‘Vanya and Sonia’, Her Rehearsal Process and Why She Was Willing to Wait for Her Broadway Debut
We also talk about her Tony Nomination, Juilliard and her advice to actors!
Glenn Howerton and Rob McElhenney talk about coming up with plot ideas, if it’s easier for them to act in something they’ve written and more!
Stephen Kunken discusses his Tony Nomination, how he approaches a role and give some fantastic career advice!
Carrie Preston: “A lot of times I kind of feel like I’m starting over for each part because people don’t realize that I was also the one that was in 10 other things that they’ve seen.”