How To Be An Actor

By: Jaxsyna

Introduction

Have you ever dreamed of being an actor or an actress. Making it big on the big screen. Well I might have some tips for you. So fasten your seat belts because we are going on a wild adventure on how to be a actor.

Getting Started

Steps To Success

You want to start at a young age to see if you like acting. Maybe you should see if there is a play or something so you can see if you like the feeling of being on stage or on camera. After you decide if you want to be a actor or not you should ask your parents or a friend that can help you research for like good acting schools in the future or maybe even a performance that is happening somewhere near by. When you are done you can ask you parents about plays performances and even classes.

Day-to-Day life as an actor

Now acting is not as easy as people make it seem,it take passion,skill,commitment and many other things. So now I'll tell you first that don't believe the lies that people say that acting is easy because it's not, so expect so hard times to come as a actor like what the media says about you,but the fun part about that is when you do something amazing and prove them wrong. As a actor your days will be pretty filled but some days will chaotic.Not to ruin your dream you should still go for it.

Professionals in the feild

Well I don’t know any professionals like the ones you see on TV but I did interview someone that owns their own dance studio,plus she used to be an actor. So I interviewed her

is my questions.

Q. What did you do to get where you are in your acting?


A. I began classical ballet, 2 times a week, when I was five. (Very strict Russian training). There I remained for a few years, until I switched to a studio that taught a combo of English/Sadler Wells, Ceccetti, French and Russian. I was VERY happy with the switch.

Q.What is your Day-to-Day life like as an actress?


A. We were given assignments (we each had notebooks, which were sometimes checked). I remember one of my first (I was ten) was to go to to park or the mall or a public place to see how people walked talked sat and how they acted.


Q.Was It hard when you first started in your career?


A. I began classical ballet, 2 times a week, when I was five. (Very strict Russian training). There I remained for a few years, until I switched to a studio that taught a combo of English/Sadler Wells, Ceccetti, French and Russian. I was VERY happy with the switch.


Q.Do you think anyone can be a actor/actress if they commit to it?


A. First, I didn't start to be actress. My passion was - and still is - dance; however, I was very fortunate in my studies and where it led me.


Q.When you first started did you think you would be successful?


A. I thought I just wanted to act; have a part; etc. My teachers knew I wasn't yet ready - but I would be.


Q.What is your experience overall as a actress?


A. Mostly, now, I teach, choreograph and direct. The last time I appeared as an actress professionally was in Chicago Drama League


I feel like she answered both one and three at the same time.

Conclusion

Well that's all I hope my tips helped you in the long run and please remember my advise if it helps. Now I give you my well wishes and I hope you achieve in succeeding your dream as an actor whether it is in movies or broadway. Good luck.