Category Archives: SHOOTING (How to cope)

My First Day as an Actor

Tweet This week, for the first time in my life I was an actor – for a day! My first and most important task was to turn up on time.  I achieved that!  But I still didn’t feel like I … Continue reading

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When in Doubt … Ask!

Tweet NEIGHBOURS GUEST ROLE Rehearsal Room actor DAVID BERGIN has returned to the 10am Wednesday workshop with stories of his guest appearance on Neighbours earlier in the year. “It moves very fast,” he said. “But, I was ready for that.” … Continue reading

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FORGETTING A LINE

Tweet  Here’s a list of unprofessional things to do when you forget a line – Apologizing is unprofessional – saying “I’m sorry” is a complete waste of time. Worrying about remembering lines is unprofessional.  It increases stress, which increases the … Continue reading

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Rehearsing in a BIG movie

Tweet  Even in LA on a big movie you might not get much rehearsal time.   DAVID PATERSON has recently shot some scenes opposite COLIN FARRELL in the soon to be released “Saving Mr Banks”.  HOW MUCH REHEARSAL DID HE … Continue reading

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The Shoot Can be SHIT!!!

Tweet  It’s exciting for an actor to get cast.  Hooray!!!  “Someone appreciates my ability,” and … “This is proof my acting is OK!!” are thoughts that surely must run through most actors minds when they get a gig. It’s appropriate … Continue reading

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