Audition Mentoring and Self Taping School
To be successful as a screen actor you must learn the skills & techniques of the audition process.
Our Post Graduate course. Designed specifically to help you discover your potential both in front and behind the camera.
We have discovered…
Greg cast Eric in his beak out role of ‘Chopper Reid’. Since then Banner has gone and been the star of many US and international films and series.
Greg discovered Russell and cast him in his first feature film being ‘Proof’ along with Hugo Weaving. He then went on and cast Russell in his break out role in ‘Romper Stomper’. We all know the great films Russell has gone on to star in.
Greg discovered Hugo in the film ‘Death in Brunswick’ along with the late great John Clark (aka Fred Dagg). Hugo has gone on to star in many international and local films and series.
Greg cast Guy in his first four feature films ‘Heaven Tonight’, ‘Hunting’, ‘Boulevard of Broken Dreams’ and ‘Flynn’. Guy has gone on to be a sought after name for international productions.
Greg cast Jacquie in her first screen role in ‘Romper Stomper’. He then cast her in the Michael Rymer film ‘Angel Baby’ along with John Lynch. Jacquie has gone on to forge both a national and international reputation for both her stage and screen work.
Greg cast Rhada as a young girl in ‘Love & Other Catastrophies’. Rhada has gone on to star in Woody Allens’ films as well as several other US features.
Rachel Griffiths: Greg first discovered Rachel in the ABC series ‘Secrets’ . She then starred in Muriels Wedding and then the highly successful US series ‘Six Feet Under’.
Greg discovered Alex in ‘Man Thing’ a Marvel feature film and is currently starring in Hawaii 5’0.
38 Years of Experience
We have been casting since before the fax machine! In fact we were the first to have a fax machine in the industry in Australia. That’s how long we have been auditioning actors. We have literally seen thousands upon thousands in our casting studio. As a result we have learned and adopted techniques that other acting coaches cannot possibly know.