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Adam Lieblein

Talent Agent – Adam Lieblein, Former President, Acme Talent & Literary, Los Angeles

When an actor has had enough training to feel confident in his/her abilities, then it is time. It may take awhile, but an actor should always continue training, showcasing, and pursuing work (plays, student films, indy films, etc) while waiting. The industry always gravitates towards talent, so if an actor is talented, and is showing his work, then agents will find him.


James Royce Edwards – Altar Boyz, Footloose, Passions, BYU

My religious background helps me as a person which in turn helps me as an actor, especially with the whole business side of the biz. Actors have to handle a great deal of rejection and criticism and my faith helps give me a sense of security and a good grasp of who I am and what is important in life. This may sound cliché, but I really don’t sweat the small stuff when I’m looking at the bigger picture of what life is about and what really matters.

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Brian Oneil

Acting Business Coach: Brian O’Neil – Acting as a Business

If an actor wants to be more “appealing” to an agent, sometimes he must realize that he has to get some work first, before an agent will even be interested. See, some actors get an agent, and then they get a career. Some actors get a career and then they get an agent. And some of the best careers happen in the latter manner!


Larry Hankin, Actor, writer, director, poet, “Seinfeld”, “Friends”

Talent has nothing to do with it. Oh, maybe a marginal, small part, but it’s really insignificant and only counts after you’ve gotten the job. Once you’ve ‘arrived”, talent is nice. But don’t bet on it. Intelligence doesn’t mean much either.


My Little Pony and the ongoing test of faith

Today I bought five My Little Pony dolls for use in the show. I think their appearance in a certain trick will be hilarious, but the trick (and the show) requires a bunch of props that I need to buy/create.