The Organised Actors Daily Planner

Do you want to get 2016 off to a flying start?

Do you forget what you’ve done, who you’ve contacted & who you need to follow up?

Have good intentions of contacting casting directors/agents but never “get round to it?”

A powerful planner to organise your acting to do list and keep you on track so your head never needs feel messy again!

Running a career outside of London

YOUR WEEKLY ACTING BLOG To keep you at the top of your game I was asked to guest write for Surviving Actor’s blog series “Running a career outside of London” ahead of their Manchester event (Sat 10th Oct). I was given three questions to answer honestly, for those actors who live outside the big smoke…

7 ways actors can fail quickly 2

7 ways actors can fail QUICKLY!

Let’s face it we all start out with good intentions in the acting industry. We’re going to start at the bottom, work hard and climb the ladder to acting success… There are lots of things you could be doing to climb quicker, maybe you’re not doing them because you’re getting too bogged down with your day job…

method acting myths uncovered

Method Acting Myths UNCOVERED!

What is method acting? **Immersing yourself in the character so you become the character **Doing what your character would do e.g getting shot if my character gets shot so I know what it feels like **Losing 500 lbs for a role **Gaining 500 lbs for a role **Staying in character all the time and living…

How to be an outstanding actor

How to be an outstanding actor

Week in week out you’ll hear me say that the acting industry is one of the toughest in the world – mainly because it’s saturated; there isn’t enough work for the number of actors. There are two things you need to be successful, one is to be pro-active (it goes without saying), the other is…