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Margot Robbie and Leonardo DiCaprio in The Wolf of Wall Street

In today’s society, we’re seeing an influx of different cultures in the entertainment field. With this comes a new wave of actors who are auditioning with different accents. This can be a great advantage for landing a role. Auditioning with ...
Feature

In theatre, the fourth wall is the imaginary wall that separates the performers from the audience. The term “breaking the fourth wall” is used to describe moments when the characters acknowledge the audience or interact with them directly. The fourth ...
Networking

Networking is one of the most important aspects of an actor’s career. It can help you find agents, managers, and casting directors, as well as other actors and professionals in the industry. There are many ways to network, both online ...
Marc Singer

Actor Marc Singer has a strong work ethic. He treats every project with the same dignity and respect, no matter how big or small the role. It’s that intensity that allows him to fully embody the character and understand how ...
Bonnie Bartlett and Michael Landon in Little House on the Prairie

Actress Bonnie Bartlett is considered one of the greats. Currently age 91 years, Bonnie has seen the entertainment world change considerably over the past 60 years. Yet some things, like acting techniques, still remain the same. There are some really ...
Richard Lawson

Richard Lawson went from military war soldier to actor to founder of Richard Lawson Studios where people come to learn the business of acting which includes traditional scene study, exercises, audition classes, on-camera instruction, filmmaking and business administration. Based out ...
Sarah Douglas as Ursa in Superman II

Sarah Douglas, who played the Kryptonian anti-superhero Ursa in Superman and Superman II, had no idea that 42 years later, she’d still be approached on the street by fans wanting to discuss all things Superman. With nearly 50 years in ...