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March 21, 2017

The Artist Dilemma – Perfections vs Excellence

by Fran Montano
March 17, 2017

Affordable Countertops; Who knew.

by Christopher Porikos
March 15, 2017

818 Arts

by Raleigh Barrett
March 09, 2017

Firehouse Subs on Lankershim

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
March 08, 2017

Giving to Charities - Choosing a Cause With Care

by Lillian Appleby
March 05, 2017

Four Things You Can Do to Have an Edge in Dating Now

by Cristina Morara
March 03, 2017

Get Out; Post-Oscar Reflections

by Mike Peros
February 28, 2017

Horoscopes - March 2017

by Maya White
February 26, 2017

Saving Animals - One Bite at a Time

by Nancy Bianconi
February 23, 2017

Low Budget Film - High Expectations

by Samantha Simmonds-Ronceros
February 22, 2017

Acting Advice - Assess yourself

by Fran Montano
February 17, 2017

Kids & Money: Important Lessons Start Early in Life

by Lillian Appleby
February 15, 2017

Jane the Baptist

by Raleigh Barrett
February 14, 2017

Peace Frog - Tribute to the Doors

by Caroline McElroy
February 10, 2017

Just in Time for Oscar

by Mike Peros

Christmas Magic – Fantasy and imagination at play

Published in Actors Blog
Wednesday, 24 August 2016 08:53

Theater and Self Promotion

Theater and Self Promotion

Published in Actors Blog
Tuesday, 08 March 2016 11:43

Acting Q & A - LET'S TALK FEEDBACK

Acting Q & A - LET'S TALK FEEDBACK

Published in Ask a Talent Manager
Tuesday, 15 September 2015 08:04

Actors - Working Hard vs. Working Right

Do you question whether you’re doing enough for your career?

Published in Actors Blog
Wednesday, 29 January 2014 09:43

Business of being an actor

actors1The beginning of the year is the perfect time to do a self-assessment; to review, make plans, and set goals. In my classes at the Actors Workout Studio, we spend time in January and February working on goals and actions, and discussing the actor’s business model. Painfully, a lot of actors don’t want to discuss the ugliness of business, just the beauty of making art. Some students even avoid my business classes altogether, and return when we get back to learning the craft.

Published in Actors Blog
Tuesday, 23 April 2013 08:24

Acting Tips >> What Really Matters?

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This is a topic I’ve spoken about, blogged about and have been questioned about many, many times in the past. It is a recurring theme in my life for a reason… it is probably one of the most important questions you will ever ask yourself, especially if you want to be an artist.

Published in Actors Blog

THE PAINFUL TRUTH:

What Agents Are Really Looking For

the secret and joy of acting is to play like a child for the rest of your life

Published in Actors Blog
Wednesday, 06 February 2013 13:10

5 Unorthodox Undertakings For Pilot Season

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5 Unorthodox Undertakings For Pilot Season 

Published in Actors Blog

If I’ve heard it once I’ve heard it a thousand times, “Your headshot is the most important marketing tool you have.” Is it true? Yeah, it probably is true. Unless you’re a big star or someone well known in the industry chances are your headshot is the thing that will get you through the door and into a casting director’s office more than anything else. But, because actors know how important a headshot is it creates a ton of anxiety when it comes to getting good shots. Good headshots can be expensive, nerve-racking and a huge burden. That said, let’s take a look at some of the easiest ways an actor can ruin their headshots.

Published in Actors Blog

If you were with us last blog you got to read about five easy things you can do to ruin your acting career. My hope is that after reading each you did whatever you could to avoid them at all cost. Let’s keep that ball rolling. Here are five more things you can do if you want to ruin your career.

Published in Actors Blog

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