The new HBO documentary “Casting By” turns the camera on the people across the table.
With roles on two HBO series, Joel Johnstone shares what he's learned and how he got from a small L.A. theater production to "The Newsroom" and "Getting On."
Stay in the loop on industry and casting news with our weekly write-up on who’s been slated for recent film and television roles.
This week on Aaron Sorkin's "The Newsroom," MacKenzie delivers an impassioned speech about news judgment, while Will McAvoy tries to land a political debate.
Check out these seven audition opportunities, including one for a series regular role on HBO, which are being offered everywhere from Seattle and Los Angeles to Washington, D.C., and New York City.
Amanda Peet has been a welcome presence in film and TV for the last decade, but she’s doing superlative work on HBO’s “Togetherness.” We spoke to her about landing the role, Season 2, and her worst audition.
Actors must learn to fiercely chase what they want like Daenerys Targaryen; learn to adapt like the now one-handed Jaime Lannister; be well-read like Samwell Tarly; and have superb acting skills like Arya Stark in hiding. Apparently, acting is a lot like living in Westeros.
Reid Scott is working all his acting muscles as he juggles the HBO comedy "Veep" and his new animated children's series for Netflix "Turbo FAST." The actor shares some tips he's learned for creating characters in animation and for keeping it funny.
Backstage is offering classes with some of the most sought after casting teams in the industry next week.
The 72nd Annual Golden Globe nominations put “Birdman” and “Fargo” in first place in film and television, respectively. See who else is up for top honors!