Acting is not about being someone different. It’s finding the similarity in what is apparently different, then finding myself in there.

― Meryl Streep

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    • Speak L.A. Podcast Speak L.A. the podcast is “a groundbreaking new series” in which insider Hollywood hosts, Jen and Camille, Interview the top players in the Film and T.V. industry. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Ryan Brown - Agent - Speak L.A.

      In this episode, we discussed: What’s the difference between being an actor in LA and being an actor in Hawaii?  How much acting work is there in Hawaii?  Where is the very best place for an actor to live?  Can you have an agent in Hawaii AND in Los Angeles or New York? How does this agent define “The Ideal Client?” What quality leads to true confidence?
      1. Ryan Brown - Agent
      2. Stuart K. Robinson - CEO BBR Talent /Teacher/Actor
    • No Film School Podcast A podcast about how to build a career in filmmaking. No Film School shares the latest opportunities and trends for anyone working in film and TV. We break news on cameras, lighting, and apps. We interview leaders in screenwriting, directing, cinematography, editing, and producing. And we answer your questions! We are dedicated to sharing knowledge with filmmakers around the globe, “no film school” required. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      How This Writing Team Got Their First Feature (With a Little Help From This Podcast!) - The No Film School Podcast

      Aviary writers Jennifer Raite and Chris Cullari explain how a prior interview from the No Film School Podcast helped them connect with their lead actress and how to create an egoless partnership that producers want to work with… In this episode, we talk about… Producing a film during COVID with a little less than 14 days to shoot   Fielding a cast who’s down for the film’s size, location, and shooting schedule What it’s like working with actors who help move production forward easily   Writing a script that’s achievable even with significant limitations Creating a horror film focused on new information vs. new kills  The power of collaboration and advice for putting ego aside Studying other films and directors like studying game footage for athletes  Suggestions for getting your first feature made and the value of establishing relationships within the industry   Learning when, where, and how to put your foot down and pushback for the story    Links to Resources:  The Aviary - Malin’s Interview on NFS Podcast - Find No Film School everywhere: On the Web   Facebook   Twitter   YouTube  Instagram   Get your questions answered on the podcast by emailing [email protected]! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
      1. How This Writing Team Got Their First Feature (With a Little Help From This Podcast!)
      2. The Problem with TV, The Cat People's Narrative, And a Tool That Finally Crosses the Streams
    • Audition Secrets The audition process can make or break a performer's progress. Join Broadway veteran Justin Guarini every week to hear what it takes to stand out from the competition, avoid common mistakes, and unlock the next level of your musical theater career. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      The 3 C’s: The Keys To Creating Your "X Factor" - Audition Secrets

      Any performer can show up to an audition, but the most successful performers show up to an audition fully centered in the 3 C’s…and when you show up rooted in the 3 C’s you can access that unquantifiable, and mysterious thing that people often call the ‘X factor’. In this episode Justin breaks down the 3 C’s, and even gives you a guided exercise that will help you master one of the most important C’s he talks about. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
      1. The 3 C’s: The Keys To Creating Your "X Factor"
      2. Overcoming BAD Readers
    • The Honest Actors' Podcast Chats with actors, hosted by Jonathan Harden. A new guest in each episode discusses the things they struggle with, the challenges of being without work, and how they've survived rejection. "For anyone wanting to know what it is honestly like to be an actor, this is the podcast for you" - The Stage. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel
      My chat with Steve starts with a kid shitting on his own shoulder and ends with a welshman sipping gin in a camisole. If that doesn't hook you, you're looking at the wrong show. Interview by Jonathan Harden. Recorded via Zoom, June 2020. Studio facilities provided by this show See for privacy and opt-out information.
      1. 4.07 - Steven Meo
      2. 4.06 - Bronagh Waugh
    • The 98% Podcast A podcast for actors, by actors; The 98% explores what life is *really* like for the majority of actors and performers who, rather than trying to find an outfit for the Oscar’s, are trying to find an outfit that makes them look as close to an 1850’s aristocrat as possible for an audition in 24 hours. In a world where we only really hear from successful and well-known actors, it can often feel like you're the only one working a day job and changing in a fast-food restaurant public toilet for an audition on your lunch break - that is not the case! We share anecdotes, interviews, advice and laugh, lament and talk openly and honestly about the real #actorslife. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      M2E3 - Actors Helping Actors; a chinwag - The 98%

      In this episode Katie and Alexa have a catch up and fill you in on what's been happening behind the scenes. Hear about how things have been going for Katie in the writer's chair and why Alexa is feeling like she's stuck in a rut with classic frustrations for the 98% of actors. Grab a drink and pretend you're joining us at the pub for a classic #actorslife chat. It's shit, but we're all bloody brilliant!-New to The 98%? There’s 3 whole series for you to catch up on! Get ready for a no hold back, brutally honest look at being an actor like you've never heard before. With funny anecdotes, tips and advice and amazing insight from a range of industry professionals, from award winning casting directors and producers to fellow actors in The 98%.-Want to connect with other actors around the world, be coached, see castings, read in for self tapes or earn money reading for others? You can do all this and more at with 25% off your monthly subscription with the discount code 9825!-If you benefit from listening to the podcast and want to give a little back in a monetary sense to help with the upkeep of the technical side of podcasting, you can become a patron at penny goes towards helping us be less out of pocket in keeping the podcast going - and there are perks and extras to be had in exchange!-Follow us on twitter! @the98percentpodCheck out our website and read our blog at -You can find Alexa and Katie on [email protected] @KatieElinSaltOr instagram @alexa_morden @katieelinsalt See for privacy and opt-out information.
      1. M2E3 - Actors Helping Actors; a chinwag
      2. M2E2 - Actors Helping Actors; WeAudition
    • OnStage Blog Podcast Breaking Down the Best Hollywood Musicals with Special Guests and More! Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel
      This week, Chris and guest host Ashley Griffin ("Stage Directions") take a look at a classic Mickey Rooney/Judy Garland musical. We discuss everything from Judy's star-making performance to the incredibly shocking end that's hard to watch in 2021.
      1. "Babes in Arms"
      2. "Flower Drum Song"
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