In this episode Aaron talks to Meredith Marciano of Amerifilm casting about her long career, what a Casting Director really does, stories from hit films and how Actors can find success working with Casting Directors.
In this episode of Surviving Show Business we talk to Ken Lazer, of Ken Lazer Casting – covering things like how actors can stand out, how to have a killer audition, SAG-AFTRA, Non-Union or SAG-AFTRA Fi-Core, how the casting process works and all about Ken’s new video course for actors, “CASTING’S BEST KEPT SECRETS REVEALED” an ONLINE MASTERCLASS W/ CASTING DIRECTOR, KEN LAZER.
Watch Ken’s video course here – https://castingsbestkeptsecrets.com/link/aff5bc769a000baa
Coupon Code: Enter NYCastings to receive an exclusive 50% off! Plus for the month of NOVEMBER, purchase the video series, and you can schedule a FREE 10 minute one-on-one with KEN LAZER. (Restrictions apply. Availability limited to first come first serve.)
In this episode of Surviving Show Business, Aaron Seals talks to Anthony Turk from TURK PR – A Celebrity Public Relations Company in Los Angeles. They talk about when actors and other talent should get a PR Agent and how to use them to further their careers.
Visit Turk PR – https://turkpr.net
On this episode of Surviving Show Business Aaron talks with the soon-to-be Husband and Wife team of ‘BriGuel’ on how they are making their own TV show. They turned their experience in Music, Acting, Comedy and production skill into their own special brand of entertainment. In the interview they tell us how and why they are making their own show and their methods of marketing it.
See more about them at:
Watch their new Music Video ‘Love’
On this episode of Surviving Show Business with Aaron Seals we talk to Jeff Fisher. Jeff is best known as showrunner/director with experience on shows like “Keeping Up With The Kardashains,” “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” “The Simple Life” and “The Real World/Road Rules Challenge.” He’s written, directed and produced two independent films, both of which received distribution and directed television movies for Lifetime and Hallmark Channel.
OK Magazine called him ‘Hollywood’s Next Big Thing!’
This episode of Surviving Show Business is about Good Mental Health in Acting. Facing rejection, uncertainty, setting goals and helpful tips for high stress situations like auditions & agent meetings. The show also covers kids, Parents and families in show business.
This episode is all about Musical Theatre! Broadway actor, JR Bruno talk about his time on Book of Mormon, both the Broadway version and the touring companies. We also cover getting started in theatre, training, getting agents, touring theatre and auditioning.
On this episode of Surviving Show Business, Emmy nominated actress Naomi Grossman, best known as ‘Pepper’ on American Horror Story, talks about being on a hit TV series, producing her own one-woman shows, starting out in acting and her new web series – Ctrl-Alt-Delete.
In this episode of Surviving Show Business Aaron Seals interviews 2 time Emmy nominated voice actor, Bob Bergen. The interviews covers how Bob wanted to become the voice of Porky Pig as a kid and then did exactly that. This interview also covers the complete voice-over industry – characters, animation, commercials and video games. You’ve heard Bobs voice in animation hits such as: Despicable Me 3, The Secret Life of Pets, Minions, Toy Story 2, Up, WALL-E, Cars and hundreds more!
learn more at www.BobBergen.com
In this episode of Surviving Show Business Aaron Seals interviews NY Playwright & Theatre Producer, Elise Milner.
The interview covers writing plays, casting actors, marketing the show, making money and producing theatre as a career.
Elise has produced over 250 performances and also teaches a class on producing theatre starting July 29th.