Actors are not business people. They are artists and everything that the word implies. This book bridges the gap between the business world and the acting world and gives actors the tools they need to succeed in the Industry today. There is no other book like this on the market. While there are books on this subject, the information is either outdated or written without taking into account the way an actor/artist thinks. This book also tackles the reality of the business of acting today. While most are still teaching old school foundations and methods they cannot be directly translated into what it takes to successfully understand the audition. Whether they’re coming from London, Australia, or Kansas, this is information that’s not getting out there and that all actors need. This book is written for the 21st century, ADD actor. It’s a hard-hitting, no bs book that doesn’t pussyfoot around the truth of what it takes to be a successful, working actor. And the stories peppered throughout not only keep the readers entertained, but after picking their jaw up off the floor, will find themselves laughing and inspired.
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About the Author
Actress and acting coach Sara Mornell started acting at the age of thirteen. Before moving to Los Angeles and signing with the Paul Kohner Agency, she received her BFA at Carnegie Mellon University. At the height of her career while recurring on two shows for CBS, she made the choice to step away from Hollywood. She was then asked to coach an actor for an audition, and soon realized that coaching was her passion. Mornell now divides her time between coaching and acting. In eight years, she has become recognized as a pioneer of a new school of thought. Credits include appearances in numerous popular television shows, including People Like Us, Judging Amy, Becker, ER, Without a Trace, Dharma and Greg, Six Feet Under, Party of Five, Star Trek: Deep Space 9, Prime Suspect,CSI: NY, and Bones, among others. Visit her website at saramornell.com and follow @saramornell