Acting in commercials can be very lucrative for actors. How do you navigate the world of commercials, and more importantly who are the people who can help you book them? This week we’re talking to Blake Viglione, a commercial agent at Aqua Talent who has the answers.
Can you have both: a sustainable acting career in TV and success in commercials spanning two decades? Yes, you can, according to this week’s guest, award winning actress Deena Freeman. But only if you’re willing to put the work in.
Bad picture and sound can break a good movie. On this week’s episode we’re chatting to Dave Eichhorn, the picture, sound and foley editor, with 11 Emmy nominations, who’s worked on 100s of TV and movie productions including The Wedding Singer, JAG and Grey’s Anatomy on how editors and directors work together to bring you the movie magic.
You will find them in every movie and TV show. No speaking lines, blending into the background. They are - the extras. Our guest this week is Walt Keller who acted as a background actor in 100s of productions including Westworld, SWAT, Big Little Lies and all the movies he’s not allowed to even mention. Walt also shares his biggest acting secret - how to get that precious SAG-AFTRA union card if you're an aspiring actor.
So you want to make a movie in Hollywood? It can be easier than you think. On this week’s episode, we chat to Elizabeth Blake-Thomas, an award winning director who directed and produced 8 movies in a space of 3 years.
Have you ever wondered what it takes to guest star on a popular TV show? We have the answers for you. This week we talk to Blake Webb, LA-based actor, originally from Phoenix, Arizona who starred in some of the longest running TV series such as Criminal Minds and NCIS.
Grant Miller, founder of Replicated on how he went from working in public relations to founding a software company, the importance of thinking less and doing more, and why you really should love what you do if you're running a startup.
Eli Portnoy, founder and CEO of Sense360 talks about his regret of not selling his first company, pivoting his second startup, and how many mistakes he could’ve avoided if only he had a co-founder at times.