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Intel Visual Life – Michael Wolff

“Everybody knows that the whole is greater than the sum of the parts… What few people realize? It is only through the parts that the whole gets delivered.” – Michael Wolff This video is a great expression of the artistic life. And I believe it is directly applicable to the life of the actor. via Intel Visual […]

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Why Kristen Stewart Matters: A Screed About Girls, Role Models And Tearing Down Those Who Are Different. By Kate Spencer

    I LOVE this and just had to share. Please click thru to the full article.   —– The other day I found myself standing in front of a rack of princess costumes at the Disney Store. We set out to find a last minute costume for Baby E, and the lady at the […]

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Character Typing Survey

It is good practice to get familiar with your “type” as an actor. What is a “type”? It is the character/persona that the you are identified as. For example: Meg Ryan was always type-d as the “Quirky girl-next-door”; Angelina Jolie the “Femme-Fatale”; Joan Allen is a “W.A.S.P.”; Jack Black might be a “Crazy, funny, fat […]

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Know Thyself

Getting comfortable with your “type” – or, in other words how the rest of the world sees you – could be one of the most important things you do as an actor. So many of us are confused, even deluded, about who we are and what type of roles we should be playing that we […]

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