To be an actor means to play in your own sandbox, on cue, under pressure, in front of a bunch of people who need to be reminded of their own, often misplaced sandboxes.
I’d like to talk about discipline, specifically the discipline of the Olympic athlete and how it compares to the acting profession.
As an actor, we know you've got it tough. Oftentimes the life of an actor can be a life of rejection and disappointment. But, don't despair! Because casting directors really do love you and recognize the sacrifices you make for your craft.
“The Sixth Gun” will be cast by Schiff/Audino, “The Blacklist” will be cast by Pagano/Manwiller, and an untitled project from Rand Ravich will be cast by Robert Ulrich.
Many actors spend too much time trying to “read the reviews." They wonder how their last audition went, what went wrong, and how the casting director, producer or director reacted. We all get occasional phone calls from actors who didn’t think they did well, and want to do it ...