Wright speaks about the distinction between playing two characters in Westworld and how that also involves how he works with co-star, Evan Rachel Wood.
‘Castle Rock’ Star Jane Levy: “It sounds like I have a lot of control over my career, but I feel like I have very little”
Levy reflects on her career and explains why Castle Rock is the perfect series for her at this point in her career.
Kaitlin Olson on Comedy Auditions: “You want to have a really heightened version of yourself, but not go into cartoon-land”
Olson also says that one aspect that gets in the way of comedy is when actors aren’t comfortable with themselves.
Edie Falco spoke about her career and explains why she feels so lucky when it comes to the roles she has been cast in.
Michael Mando on his ‘Better Call Saul’ Co-stars: “I can tell you that I’ve learned an incredible lesson from each one of them”
“Until you believe in yourself, it doesn’t matter what the whole world will tell you, you’ll always have a sleepless night.” – Jonathan Banks Advice to Michael Mando
“I seek out jobs that scare me. Usually the more scared I am, the more fruitful the experience” – Chris Messina
Actress Ann Dowd speaks on how she became an actress and why she isn’t so quick to judge Aunt Lydia’s ways.
David Costabile talks about the challenges of returning to play Gale and how sometimes characters are just “clear” to an actor.
‘Black Lightning’ Star Cress Williams: “My first job as an actor… is to always be truthful and real”
Williams spoke about what the “hook” was that made him want to play Black Lightning.
“[Being let go] was painful when it happened, but, in retrospect, I think it would have been hard for me to walk away from that job.” – Sarah Drew
“This was the only part that from the moment I heard that they were auditioning I knew it was mine.” – Amanda Brugel
Theo Rossi: “The truth is that some of the greatest don’t work, and some of the worst are making tons of money”
“It’s not that I’m pigeonholed as one character, but all the darker stuff gets more thrown at you. In a way, I have to prove that I’m not this crazy guy” – Evan Peters
“It was about the fourth day and the first scene when something just clicked, and I remember feeling it internally.” – Mustafa Shakir
“Acting is relaxation, concentration, and listening.” – Henry Winkler
“I get a [blank] book for every character that I do, and start to write out what some of his traits might be” – Giancarlo Esposito on Creating a Character
“If you’re a nice actor, you die nice,” says Pompeo.
“My goal isn’t to not play Latinos or to only play white characters; my goal is to play complicated, interesting characters that can inspire thought and emotion” – Clifton Collins, Jr.
Bill Hader on ‘Barry’: “When you push the comedy it starts to feel like you’re reaching for something that might not be there”
Hader speaks on how he developed Barry’s newbie acting technique
Casting Director Leah Daniels Butler on Diversity: “People are just tired of not seeing themselves reflected on television”
“You have to be more broad in your thinking, which is creating more opportunities for everybody.” – Casting Director Leah Daniels Butler