Acting, Promo / Events, Theater
I am a professional actor that is seeking work in the film industry. I have a strong theater background and don't want to abandon my original craft. I will continue to do theater, but breaking ground in film is a must. If their are any casting directors or directors out there that are desirous of working with a young actor with a passion for excellence, then I respectfully ask for the opportunity to work with you. Some of my credits include Ben from Neil Simon's "The Sunshine Boys," Ed Schwartz in "The Front Page, and Antonio in "Twelfth Night." I have a strong background in Shakespeare and other classical pieces. Those are just some to name a few. I am easy to work with and know how to take direction well. I know it is virtually impossible to get bookings or work without a good agent. I hope to get a good agent soon. I guess I really started acting when I was eight years old, and I mean clearly for every actor, there's that sort of applause which is nice and all that stuff. As an actor I get to be so many different things so I never have to decide to do just one thing, but being an actor you get to be all these different things. I used to put a lot of philosophical weight on it, and I thought it was going to be something that was going to kind of answer great questions of life, which of course it is not, particularly not acting. I really did have this sort of pretentious attitude about it, which has definitely changed, and I don't have that anymore. I guess your relationship to acting always changes as you grow older, so now it feels like much more like a labor of love to me, which is actually nice. I like that feeling better. I wouldn't say that I'm aggressive in going out to find work and stuff like that. I just sort of wait patiently if something comes along, and it's something I like, and they want to hire me, I'll do it. I won't just do anything. It seems that everyone and their mother wants to be an actor. All I can say from one starving artist to the next, including myself, is that if you have the drive and passion, go for it. Don't let anyone or anything stop you. You need to have endurance and be able to take rejection after rejection. Someone once told me that on Halloween every one gets to dress up and be an actor. That is true to the bone. As actors we play dress up, put on disguises, and put on a show. We can either trick the audience or treat them to something delicious. I like to keep an audience guessing and leave them with unanswered questions after a performance. Whether good or bad, the show is a success in my mind because the audience has an opinion about what they just saw. A comment is better than no comment at all. The beauty about being an actor is after a show has ended, you still have questions about the character. I say to myself, "Oh now I get it, now I understand what that was all about." There is always more stuff to uncover, stuff you didn't know that you had inside.
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