Headshots…something every professional actor needs. They are an investment to your career (if they are good ones) but they are something that should be updated really every 18 months to 2 years. Some may say more frequent than that but I suppose it depends on how much your face changes. Today I had a headshot… Continue reading Headshots, shoulders, knees and toes, knees and toes!
I watched a film this morning called ‘3096 Tage.’ Directed by Sherry Hormann an American film director. I laid in bed with a hot cup of tea,steaming like a steam train as it was so cold in my bedroom. Netflix recommended this film to me as I had previously watched a few things based on… Continue reading Review of ‘3096 Tage/ 3096 Days.’
The one question I get asked A LOT as an actor is ‘How do you learn all those lines?!’ It baffles me as much as the next person how my mind can retain such information and then forget what I was going up stairs for 5 minutes later. I have found what works for me… Continue reading How I Learn My Lines.
Hello to all my readers out there. I’ve been checking my stats and it seems people all around the world are having a quick glimpse of little old me and what I have to offer to the world of writing. I just want to say THANK YOU for reading and having a little check. Please… Continue reading I can’t compete with the so called ‘Elite.’
I haven’t written in so long. Purely because I didn’t really know where to start and lost my inspiration. Also TV got in the way and Netflix.. So I’ve been fairly busy in terms of acting work which I’m happy about but I’m currently feeling like I’m hitting brick wall with it all really. I’m… Continue reading Has anyone found my inspiration?
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What Sunrise? Unfortunately the Manchester clouds have followed us to Cambodia! Despite the sticky heat (the kind that makes you sweat without moving. The glamour!) we’ve had nothing but clouds and rain. Our 4am alarm was not worth the hassle as we went to see the sunrise over…
The curtain went up for the first time on Bowler Crab’s production of King Lear by William Shakespeare on Saturday. I am currently playing Cordelia and the Fool – two ends of the spectrum. A young girl who cries in every single scene she is in and torn apart by her father who banishes her for… Continue reading YOU BLOODY FOOL!