3 tips to land the right agent

Your weekly method acting blog To keep you at the top of your game So you’re like most actors who start out, you have to do the slog on your own – that means many hours of hard work to do your best in making a ripple on this industry. No matter how small that ripple…

My evening with Al Pacino

Your weekly method acting blog To keep you at the top of your game Saturday evening was a game changer for me, not only as an acting coach but an actress. I want to share with you the level of inspiration I felt and the knowledge I learnt from one of the world’s greatest method actors –…

Top 5 tips to become a better actor

Your weekly method acting blog To keep you at the top of your game Many young actors who have that dream of becoming an actor usually enter the industry with high hopes; that they’ll be the one that breaks the mold and finds instant fame and fortune after their first meeting with a casting director/producer. Those…

Acting advice from Angelina Jolie

You’ve heard of Angelina Jolie right? I don’t need to reel off a bunch of films she’s been in for you to know who she is. Angelina Jolie is a method actress – and a VERY talented one at that. Her Mother trained with Lee Strasberg himself at The Actors Studio, so she was in…

What is your casting type?

What is your casting type?

As an actor do you know how to sell yourself? Whether you’re a child actor, teen actor or adult actor you all have one thing in common; you need to know the roles that you are most likely to land so you can cater your marketing towards that to stop you wasting time and energy.…

3 top tips for effective headshots

Thinking like a business owner is a crucial part of being a successful actor. I understand your need to be creative, express yourself and act as much as you can, but until you put your business hat on you will do little more than seldom land paid roles (by chance) or stay in the circle…

When am I going to see you on TV?

  How sick of that question are you? Or the other favourite, “You’re an actor, have you been on TV?”. What is the obsession with TV? If you’ve been on TV does that somehow make you a more worthy actor? Do you need to be on Emmerdale or Corrie or any other show to be…

Learning lines it's no big deal is it

Learning lines, it’s no big deal is it?

Do you know what the one thing most actors make excuses for, complain about, moan about or feel is the most difficult part of acting?  LEARNING LINES Why? Because if we’re not used to learning lines or see it as a chore, it can be pretty difficult to motivate ourselves to get it done.  As…