That's not going to happen. Not the moving to California part, I mean becoming an actor by 22. It takes about a decade of building a strong resume before any legit agent will consider signing you. And you can't go to auditions for professional work without a (good) agent, they are not open to the general public. Meaning, you can't just show up in L.A., audition, and get a role. In the movies maybe, not in reality.
If you do everything you're supposed to (go to a reputable acting school, take acting workshops, land leading roles on student and indie films, as well as community theater, maybe take some vocal and dancing lessons and such, and more), you will be ready to start your professional career when you're 29, give or take.
There's no point moving to (the very expensive, yes) Los Angeles before that and before you make sure you're capable of getting a good yet flexible job. No one works with beginners or amateurs. Productions invest TONS of money and they need to know it's in the hands of people who know what they're doing. This is a business, no one's in this to make your dreams come true.
Have you ever tried acting? If not, how do you know you really want to pursue this? To leave your entire life behind and maybe go broke? The reality of acting and pursuing it is VERY different from what people imagine. Right now it sounds like you're in love with the fantasy of what you THINK it's like.
If you're interested, take a few acting classes. Something low-key, just to get a sense of it. In addition, research the business of it. Learn what it takes and what's really involved in pursuing something like that. If after that you feel like you want to pursue it on a professional level, start building your resume. At the same time, start saving up. You'll need about $10,000 in your pocket to start a life in LA (assuming you get a well-paid job once you get here).