RESOURCES

My personal suggestions

ACTING COACH: MORNELL STUDIOS

If you want an acting coach that means business and will change your career than you need to check out Sara Mornell of Mornell Studios. I suggest making the pilgrimage to Atlanta for one of her Audition Intensive workshops. I've done it twice and both times I learned so much. I also video coach with her on big auditions (the wonder of the internet). She is awesome and if you don't take my word for it just check out all the other people who say she's awesome. 

www.mornellstudios.com

HEADSHOT PHOTOGRAPHERS

Here is a list of Headshot photographers that I have used and are super awesome:

- Nicely Made Media

-Brent Weber Photography

-Steve Riley

Also it's always a good idea to run any photographer you want to use by your agent first. They may have an opinion about who you use. 

BOOKS TO READ

I personally think you can learn a lot about acting by reading all kinds of books but here are a few just about acting that I suggest:

- Even The Best Hookers Need Pimps: How To Be a Working Actor in Today's Hollywood

Author: Sara Mornell 

- How to Audition on Camera

Author: Sharon Bialy

-Acting in Film

Author: Michael Caine

and one that isn't about acting but you should read it

-You Are a Badass

Author: Jen Sincero

That last one will help you get through all the crud that bogs us down in this industry. 

LOCAL WORKSHOPS

One of the first workshops I ever took was with Oklahoma casting director and (now) dear friend Chris Freihofer. He's not just a great casting director but he's also an actor himself with deep insight into both sides of the casting table. Check out his acting school and take a class when he comes to town. You'll be happy you did. 

The Actor Factory

 

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