• Would you rather be a successful child actor who gets less work as they get older or a new 15+ actor who gets good roles later?

    I'm 16 and want to pursue my acting career. But I feel like starting this late is a big setback compared to the now successful actors who started when they were younger (8-14)
    I'm 16 and want to pursue my acting career. But I feel like starting this late is a big setback compared to the now successful actors who started when they were younger (8-14)
    8 answers · 2 days ago
  • Who are the real racists now within England?

    The unmentionables who abused up to and still are abusing up to 100000 white girls. Are they not the ones who are indeed the real racists as they've targeted people from our race and not theres? 'Twas a lovely day, went for a merry little walk with the local librarian and lo and behold we met the mayoress... show more
    The unmentionables who abused up to and still are abusing up to 100000 white girls. Are they not the ones who are indeed the real racists as they've targeted people from our race and not theres? 'Twas a lovely day, went for a merry little walk with the local librarian and lo and behold we met the mayoress and we all went for a jolly nice little natter down the local cafe. Glorious sunshine we spent an hour in the meadow speaking to the stable lad as my foal is lame.
    5 answers · 1 day ago
  • Acting!!!!!!!?

    if the casting director says their gonna talk to the director about putting me for the main role does that mean i got the part
    if the casting director says their gonna talk to the director about putting me for the main role does that mean i got the part
    9 answers · 4 days ago
  • How much money earn an actress tv in united states?

    Best answer: Almost all of them earn a few dollars a year - no more. Most professionally trained, experienced actors get no more than ten days' paid acting work a year - in small roles, in small productions. They nearly all have 'day jobs' which they work the rest of their time to earn a living. A few - maybe 0.5%... show more
    Best answer: Almost all of them earn a few dollars a year - no more.
    Most professionally trained, experienced actors get no more than ten days' paid acting work a year - in small roles, in small productions. They nearly all have 'day jobs' which they work the rest of their time to earn a living.

    A few - maybe 0.5% - earn a lot.
    6 answers · 3 days ago
  • Do you think i should still try and become an actor in my situation? thanks?

    I'm a 16 year old girl in a wealthy family from Australia, i've been taking up screenacting classes and about to join a talent agency for auditions for commercials etc so i can hopefully get into this much more successful agency. I just feel like my family is wanting me to succeed and it's alot of... show more
    I'm a 16 year old girl in a wealthy family from Australia, i've been taking up screenacting classes and about to join a talent agency for auditions for commercials etc so i can hopefully get into this much more successful agency. I just feel like my family is wanting me to succeed and it's alot of pressure because alot of actors fail in Australia. And i honestly don't know what else to do because i don't really see myself doing anything else other than acting. Is there any other careers that will suit my situation? What are your thoughts? Thanks so much!
    5 answers · 2 days ago
  • Is 17 too late to begin getting involved in acting/musical theatre shows?

    I am 17 and have only recently developed an interest for acting. I am wanting to do film acting but getting involbed in plays/shows for experience. Is it too late now to start getting involved in musocal theatre shows/plays and acting, with no previous experience ?
    I am 17 and have only recently developed an interest for acting. I am wanting to do film acting but getting involbed in plays/shows for experience. Is it too late now to start getting involved in musocal theatre shows/plays and acting, with no previous experience ?
    8 answers · 5 days ago
  • How to walk with a convincing limp?

    Best answer: I have a very cheap trick I ve employed before, and that s to curl all my toes up as much as I can. it s very slight but it impedes your walking a bit. The trick with any endowment you give a character is to get it to the point where it s almost pavlovian. Your body just knows to get into that position when you... show more
    Best answer: I have a very cheap trick I ve employed before, and that s to curl all my toes up as much as I can. it s very slight but it impedes your walking a bit.

    The trick with any endowment you give a character is to get it to the point where it s almost pavlovian. Your body just knows to get into that position when you play that character. So that you can focus on the inner life of the character whilst you re playing it. I do this just by repetition.

    Ultimately, actors all use different techniques and you need to find what s right for you. I find physical endowments very useful.
    6 answers · 6 days ago
  • Just started getting involved in acting/musical theatre shows and very nervous about it all?

    Best answer: As you get more training and experience you should start to feel more confident in your skills. So do look into acting classes. Voice and dance lessons can be fun too. Audition for what you can - school plays, community theater and the like. Remember that the people auditioning you are on your side! They want... show more
    Best answer: As you get more training and experience you should start to feel more confident in your skills.

    So do look into acting classes. Voice and dance lessons can be fun too. Audition for what you can - school plays, community theater and the like. Remember that the people auditioning you are on your side! They want you to do well. But there's a lot that goes into casting a show besides the audition - much of it is out of your control. You could give a great audition and still not be cast or get the part that you want. But if you do well, they may keep you in mind for future projects. Think of an audition more as a mini-performance rather then a contest. It's a chance to show people something you hopefully love doing - performing! Even if you don't get cast, you had a chance to perform.

    Don't expect to be "discovered" or something, that's not how the industry works. Professional acting is a tough BUSINESS and is much more then just auditioning for things. For now - have fun!
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • How to audition for an acting school? Would dance be a useful thing for me to be able to do when performing?

    Hey, I’m 14 years old and I would really like a future career in theatre (I love performing and acting, but I would also want to try directing or script writing). I took music gcse and I’m hoping to take Drama at A level. My aunt found an advert for an audition for Pauline Quirke’s Academy and I would be... show more
    Hey, I’m 14 years old and I would really like a future career in theatre (I love performing and acting, but I would also want to try directing or script writing). I took music gcse and I’m hoping to take Drama at A level. My aunt found an advert for an audition for Pauline Quirke’s Academy and I would be interested, however I’ve never done a performance before, and I wouldn’t know how to do an acting performance (do I need to find a monologue or sing or dance?). My singing voice is average, but I’ve been thinking about taking dance classes (jazz or tap) as it might be useful if I’m studying theatre and performance at university. I don’t actually know how to dance but I believe I’m a strong actor and it’s what I love (I don’t mean to sound cheesy). I’m not looking for ‘fame’ or anything, and I know acting can be competitive. I think that going to an acting school could help me to improve and learn techniques as well as having this experience. OVERALL: What do I need to do to prepare for this audition? Do you think I should take up dance? I think that if I learned to dance I would really enjoy it as well. Thanks!
    4 answers · 5 days ago
  • Which one is correct in grammatically?

    Best answer: First - your question. It should be - "Which one is grammatically correct?" The answer depends on what the sense is. "He is a stage actor" implies that he is an actor who only (or mainly) acts on stage - not to camera. "He is an actor on the stage" means that he is currently acting... show more
    Best answer: First - your question.
    It should be - "Which one is grammatically correct?"

    The answer depends on what the sense is.
    "He is a stage actor" implies that he is an actor who only (or mainly) acts on stage - not to camera.

    "He is an actor on the stage" means that he is currently acting in a stage play or show - but most people wouldn't say that at all.
    They might say "He's currently acting in a stage play".
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Should I actually chase my dreams or is it impossible?

    I'm 14 right now and I really want to do acting on tv and as cringey as it sounds, I think that's kindof the dream I'm trying to chase after. Ive already joined my schools plays and musicals last year and this year and gotten pretty good roles. I'm also watching acting lessons and stuff to help... show more
    I'm 14 right now and I really want to do acting on tv and as cringey as it sounds, I think that's kindof the dream I'm trying to chase after. Ive already joined my schools plays and musicals last year and this year and gotten pretty good roles. I'm also watching acting lessons and stuff to help become a better actor. However, thinking realistically, my dream isn't going to come true. I'm just going to get rejected and it takes a lot of money and time to get close to being considered for auditions for tv shows. Also, even if I think I'm a good actor, directors for shows wont look for some random person and no one knows me so its pretty much impossible. This is what I REALLY wanna be when I'm an adult and I live really close to New York City, but should I keep trying to chase this dream or am I just going to get disappointed and end up living in a cardboard box on the streets?? And is there a way to somehow become a better actor and have enough stuff for a resume and to get noticed for when I'm older. Thanks if you read this far :3
    13 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Are Voices Recorded Separately?

    Best answer: Editing can do wondrous things.... But, even when they are not in the studio together, they can listen to the track to date and so fit in with the other voices. The recording of their voices is usually onto a separate track, even when they are in the studio together, and hence it's up to the editor to make... show more
    Best answer: Editing can do wondrous things....

    But, even when they are not in the studio together, they can listen to the track to date and so fit in with the other voices. The recording of their voices is usually onto a separate track, even when they are in the studio together, and hence it's up to the editor to make sure their voices fit where they are supposed to. And the actors do need to synch with the "lip" movement of the cartoon characters.
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Do you needa start the acting career young to become a professional actor?

    Most famous actors have started performing on TV shows from really young ages like 9 years old. I'm just curious, but can you become a really successful actor if you start looking for agents and stuff after college or can you only do that from a young age?? I know how hard it is to even be considered to... show more
    Most famous actors have started performing on TV shows from really young ages like 9 years old. I'm just curious, but can you become a really successful actor if you start looking for agents and stuff after college or can you only do that from a young age?? I know how hard it is to even be considered to audition for TV shows and I don't really care about that so please don't tell me how impossible it is and how to get a career like that I just wanna know if you need to get into the business from that young of an age or if after college is still good. Thanks.
    7 answers · 2 weeks ago
  • Dreadlocks in the theater community?

    Best answer: they will
    you aint naive- you are stupid
    Best answer: they will
    you aint naive- you are stupid
    5 answers · 1 week ago
  • Is this a sign that acting is not my natural talent?

    Best answer: Hi there, That sounds really rough for you and I m sorry to hear that you re not feeling supported at school. Just remember that you re feeling confused now but at the end of confusion always comes enlightenment, so you won t be confused forever! Whether or not if acting is your calling, remember you are on a... show more
    Best answer: Hi there,

    That sounds really rough for you and I m sorry to hear that you re not feeling supported at school. Just remember that you re feeling confused now but at the end of confusion always comes enlightenment, so you won t be confused forever!

    Whether or not if acting is your calling, remember you are on a journey and either way you are gaining experience which may lead you into a related field.

    As someone who practices Meisner regularly I am surprised that your teacher is giving the note about your emotion. Meisner technique is not about your emotions. It is about DOING. Commit to what you are doing and the rest will follow. There is nothing more repulsive than actors pushing emotion and I think the note has been given to you in such a way that you ll focus on yourself and your emotions, which is so not Meisner. In real life we do not worry about our emotions, so its just about committing to what you are doing, you see?

    Sorry, I hope I m not being preachy, but I m on your side and I hope the above helps somewhat!

    Go for it! xx
    10 answers · 2 weeks ago