Lee Pace spoke extensively about his career in film, television, and on the stage and his education as an actor.
Lesley Manville details her vast experience on both stage and screen as a powerful performer.
Rachel Weisz spoke about her career at length, including her roles on both screen and stage.
Even though the audition tape is just under a minute long, you can easily see how comfortable Adam Driver feels as the character in front of the camera.
Alan Alda sat for a career-overview conversation. Although much of the hour-long conversation naturally focused on M*A*S*H, Alda goes in depth about his other work as well.
Bradley Cooper spoke about how his career has grown in the wake of A Star is Born and also details what he’s learned from his acting roles.
Though Patricia Clarkson has been a professional actress since the mid-1980s, she has received some of the greatest acclaim for Sharp Objects.
Eddie Murphy reflects on his career as one of the top box-office stars of all time, including his most acclaimed performances and what the future holds.
While the talk primarily focuses on The Sinner, actor Bill Pullman delves into his career that will soon be entering its fifth decade.
Dacre Montgomery’s audition showcases the Power Rangers and Better Watch Out star running a gamut of emotions.
The Prom, a musical about four has-been Broadway actors who visit a conservative town in an attempt to drum up positive publicity for their careers.
Ryan Eggold spoke about portraying the lead character among an ensemble cast that also includes Janet Montgomery and Freema Agyeman.
J.K. Simmons talks about playing two versions of the same character on Counterpart and more.
Gyllenhaal discusses what inspired him to the role and discusses the challenges of playing a double amputee.
Bill Pullman sits for a career Q&A where he goes in-depth on his most famous roles.
In the 45-minute interview, Jeffrey Wright discusses Westworld and his career at length.
The two actors talk about acting and their roles in the film.
Watch a video of Roberts auditioning in the mid-1980s opposite actor Alan Boyce
Ferguson sat for a conversation to discuss his career on and off the stage.
While Fisher is speaking material largely cut from the film, she still has the commanding presence that made Leia such an iconic character.