What is the most difficult thing an actor faces?
The art of living in the moment for an actor
Are you a good Listener?
Does an actor have a brand?
Discipline + Commitment + Hard work = Success. There is no other way.
As much as imagination is a necessity to acting, where does commitment fit in? Both Greg and myself have been in this industry for over 90 years collectively! That’s a long time! And we’ve learned a thing or two about the little things that help
Why creating your own work can be better than waiting for your agent to call.
So you’ve been through acting school, you’ve done all the courses through various Film Schools and Drama Colleges, you’re still working your way through the workshop scene, but you continue to be part of the pack of actors waiting for the phone call from
Who Moved my Cheese?
Greg and I have just returned from a quick break to Vietnam. It was an amazing smorgasbord of motion, colour and beautiful fresh food. But the most amazing thing that struck us was the change in their country in the last 10 years. The most
How to make your instinct instinctive.
Instinct is a natural impulse, or inclination, common to human beings. The most important thing for instinct is to listen. There is nothing simple to the concept of instinct. It is the driving force of every action, reaction, decision, and thought humans undertake every moment
7 steps in how to achieve more success as an actor
So, you’ve done your 3 years full-time training, you’ve done your workshops, you’ve signed up to a great agent, you have your headshot ready with your CV looking good, but are you achieving what you want as an actor? It’s all very well to be