When you accidentally break a prop…
Can you relate?
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I’m sure for most of us, it takes a lot more work than this. Lucky her.
Acting is not from the ears up, it is from the feet up.
- Bob Hoskins (via directingfilm)
"Here’s a 67 year-old actress that lets the camera one millimeter from her face. She was wearing make up, no makeup, and sometimes makeup that made her worse. And, you know, just completely no vanity, complete surrender to the world, complete surrender to the material.”
-Darren Aronofsky on Ellen Burstyn in Requiem for a Dream.
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Any day acting is an amazing day.
Do you want to leave a 9-to-5 job and move to LA to act? Ryan Kolbe did, so he wrote an article to help you succeed.
My intent with this article is to inform people who are thinking about transitioning from a “stable, 9 to 5 job” to an acting career in Los Angeles of the expectations they should set for themselves in going through the process. I have successfully made that transition, and because of that, I feel that I have a unique voice and perspective that similar articles do not share. I did my best to be transparent in explaining what I’ve gone through, and am going through – with the ultimate goal of providing insight and additional information for those who are thinking about making a similar leap.
My background is in sales and marketing. After graduating from college, I worked at the local NBC affiliate doing marketing and digital media sales for our station’s website. I then moved to a digital marketing company where I started off in sales, and then evolved into the creative side where I created content for the websites of more than a few Fortune 500 companies. The people I worked with were awesome, but I felt that I was on a very safe, linear path in the business world that I wasn’t really excited about.
If there is one theme that seems to run through all the questions I’ve received from actors more than any other, hands down, is fear to use our voice.