The writer, director, producer, and star of HBO’s “Girls” opens up about avoiding auditions, the value of improv, learning to act through directing, and more.
Sutton Foster, Josh Gad, Shay Mitchell, Danny Pudi, and Antony Starr talk about the shift in the television industry, the benefits of putting yourself on tape instead of auditioning in the room, and the importance of Twitter.
Bucatinsky says it’s like train hopping; he gets off “Scandal” and heads to “Grey’s Anatomy,” and so on. He shares some of what he’s learned on the journey.
Barry Sloane talks about the new opportunities he's finding on ABC's "Revenge" and offers some advice on building an acting career.
British actor Michael Socha brings realism to a fantastical world in "Once Upon a Time in Wonderland." The actor share what he's learned about creating real characters in unbelievable worlds.
Mindy's office gets heated when she and her co-worker must hire a new employee even though they don't get along.
Blair opens up about his four-and-a-half-hour prep work for his "New Normal" audition, the ways in which acting gave his life direction, and how everything can change overnight.
The mind behind “Mad Men” sits in on every audition for his groundbreaking show, and he’ll take the time to get your best performance.
HBO/ Grant Wilfley Casting is currently seeking talent for its upcoming Martin Scorsese-created series, “Untitled Rock ’N’ Roll Project.”
Long before Mo'Nique won the Academy Award for her supporting role in "Precious," casting director Kim Williams gave the comedian her first film role.