Being All Up To Date

     During major audition seasons such as this one we are about to enter into, pilot season, it is extremely important and valuable to you and your career that you have everything up to date on all of your different forms of self-promotion. This means headshots, resumes, Instagram, Facebook fan pages and your website all have …

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Acting and Social Media

     As an actor, if you are going to be on social media and have a strong online presence, it is important that your social media reflects how you want to be seen as an actor and an artist. You need to be able to show a united front when it comes to whom you are …

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Auditioning for the Role

Its amazing to me that so many talented actors stress over auditions. Here is the deal: a casting director has called you in. They are looking for a certain dynamic for what they are casting, and they will see a certain number of people for that roll. They really don’t care about anything besides your …

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Drama

     When you’re on set, there’s one thing you want to never leave the front of the camera; drama. Drama and dramatic behavior should not be something that you carry into a set with you no matter how successful you are or become. There is no reason to bring drama into your relationships with the people …

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Golden Globes

     If you were like me last night, you bundled up in bed and enjoyed this cold weather and watched the 2018 Golden Globes. It was a lovely event with a strong message threaded throughout: Times Up! Seth Meyers was an amazing host who made just the right jokes at just the right times and handled …

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Acting For The Camera

      Recently I took an “On Camera” acting class, which was all about actually acting for the camera itself and less about your acting technique. It was very interesting to me to read about this class, because I had never taken one like it before but had oftentimes heard friend talking about their classes that …

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Welcome to the New Year!

     2017 was a great year and some major things were accomplished for us in the acting community. SAG AGTRA took some big steps in ensuring safety and protection for a wider range of actors and performers in the workplace, some amazing movies were released and television is better and more exciting than ever! Individually, I …

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Making Goals!

     With the New Year coming up and resolutions running amok, I thought I would share something fun I do that helps me continue moving forward as an actor even in the toughest of times.      I have an ongoing word document on my computer that has some longterm goals I would like to achieve. I don’t …

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Putting Yourself Out There

     If you aren’t getting as many auditions as you believe you should be there are a ton of things you may start to believe. One of the thoughts that may begin to creep around you is this: ‘”My reps are not doing enough work! If I only had [insert any agent here] my like and …

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What Should Your Acting Be?

     I recently took an acting class that was an intensive in comedy. It was a very interesting class and more is coming on it later! But something that I did take away from this class that I wanted to share with all of you now is a rule about your acting and what it should …

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