Sometimes, success as an actor is just a matter of knowing the ins and outs of a film and TV set and understanding the industry’s jargon. Knowing how to act is one thing, but doing things like “hitting your mark” is another.
Your agent sends you on a job that if you book it, pays you $1000. Just think of
all the things you could do with $1000! You could pay off your credit card, take a
trip to your favorite Caribbean spot, or buy those court side seats to the Knicks.
One the most important-yet-often-forgotten aspects of an actor’s life is self-care. How you do it depends on who you are and what makes you comfortable, but don’t let the practice fall through the cracks.
Below are some suggestions on how to make sure you’re practicing...
"When you create your own work, it just gives you such confidence. And so starting small, I just had people start writing scenes for each other. You know this person, you have been in class together forever. Just write a scene for them and have it be in a coffee shop a...