An American Latinx Acting Coach shares a story about the challenges felt by many actors of color in the casting room and classroom.
Join us and meet our guest – the AH-MAZING George Wendt as he shares how he got his start, what keeps him going in this cray-cray town, and all the reasons he loves L.A. George is an actor who has performed in every medium you can think of. He is an alumni of Second City Chicago, and you, of course, know him as Norm Peterson on Cheers, and Bob Swerski on SNL. As George says to all us actors, “You’ll get your shot. Just make sure when you do, you’re ready.” This one is SO inspiring. You’re gonna love it!
Friday Night Lights, Nashville
Join us and meet EVERYONE’S FAVORITE – Connie Britton. Honest and oh-so- funny, Connie shares how she got her start, what the first FIVE years of her acting career were like (with no agent and no connections) and the epiphany that she feels turned it all around (you won’t be able to guess it if you try). We love Connie!
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House of 1000 Corpses
Rob Zombie is the director and creative force behind many films including House of 1000 Corpses, The Devil Rejects, Halloween, The Haunted World of El Superbeasto, and 31 to name a few. How lucky we were to get to talk to a MOVIE DIRECTOR about the world of acting.
In this podcast YOU will learn:Take Me To The Podcast
Jen Jostyn and Camille Thornton-Alson are co-founders of Speak L.A. and their mission is simple - to bring actors of L.A. (and elsewhere) a clear roadmap to success. Read the articles for additional tips and recommendations.