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I really love acting l hope one day you guys notice me !acting is nice .my name is Moreblesssing l am 14 yrs old.

Posted at: 06/26/2021 13:22

Tags: Acting

After 21 days of filming in the beautiful Dunkirk, NY on the shoreline of Lake Erie, the feature film Lighthouse Unmanned goes into post production. It's been a pleasure getting to know and collaborate with such a talented, motivated, and generous cast and crew. As things slow down ever so slightly in leu of the Holiday Seasons, I'm finding myself both thankful for the opportunities that have allowed me to travel these past four months and the experiences they've provided to both re-connect with old friends, connect with new ones, and to work in the craft I am fortunate enough to call my profession. I'll be continuing on my re-writes for the feature I'm writing (set to begin filming in Summer/Fall of 2017), but in the meantime, I'm already on the hunt for the next collaboration that gives me cause to travel and opportunity to grow as an actor. IMDb - Fb - @ACTORCSM Insta - @ACTORCSM Vimeo - Clayton Stocker Myers (Actor)

Posted at: 11/05/2016 11:35

Tags: Actor AwardWinningActor Indiefilm LeadingMan CharacterActor TravelingActor ActorForHire ThatsAWrap ActingLife SetLife FeatureFilm Networking ActorLife Thankful Craft Collaboration

I'm heading out to upstate New York on September 3rd. Originally from the UK, I have been in Arizona for over 3 years. Working as a professional stand up comedian, show host and local actor, I am ready to face new challenges and take on new projects. I have bought a nice farm in Portageville and will be moving there with my wife, 5 horses, 2 goats and 3 dogs. It's going to be awesome.

Posted at: 08/05/2016 16:38

Tags: Stand up Comedian; Acting roles; Radio shows; Show hosts

Please check out Hayden Gael Barnes IMDB page and give it a like. We are still waiting on 3 credits to be added to her page. You can check out some of her new photos and credits. Thank you so much for your support!

Posted at: 04/28/2016 15:55

Tags: Hayden Gael Barnes Hayden Barnes Child Actor Child Actress Child Model Actress Model IMDB Movies Films Silent Films Short Films TV Shows Commercials Print Acting Modeling

Upcoming Projects February 20, 2016 Scheduled to work with Blue Forge Productions Featured Film Book & Key Port Orchard WA Jennifer DiMarco, casting dir.

Posted at: 02/12/2016 09:39

Tags: casting featured film film extra actor acting actors

<p> In a character study blog page on my web-site. I like to write down a 'report' on myself when I am close to First night, anyway. It's kind of a memory exercise on how I have built up the character, and what I am doing to retain it during the run of the production. I am hoping that, by writing this down and sharing it with readers, I am showing a professional approach to characterisation that shows people how I adapt my training to the production itself.</p> <p> Of course, it also allows me to add new content to the website itself, which is a key to better rankings. Let me know what you think:</p> <p>  </p> <p> <a href="!character-study-blog/c1bn4">Vancouver Middle-Aged Character Actor</a></p>

Posted at: 03/14/2014 07:50

Tags: Actor character actor acting characterization Vancouver actor acting on stage

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Posted at: 12/15/2013 07:10

Tags: Janean Annin Youtube Demo Reel Facebook Acting Actor film television hosting

<p style="text-align: right;"> <a href="">Watch NOW here! </a></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> <strong>For your roller derby consideration, Janean Annin, accomplished derby skater, pack blocker, and star jammer.  Music provided by Island Of Black And White </strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> <br /> Please like Janean Annin on facebook.<a href=""></a><br /> <br /> Contact for booking information, OR <a href=""></a> if in the LA area</p> <p style="text-align: center;"> Link to view Janean Annin Demo Reel (Roller Derby) <a href=""></a></p>

Posted at: 12/15/2013 07:17

Tags: Janean Annin Youtube Roller Derby Skating Reel Facebook Acting Actor film television hosting

<p> Keep up to date with what it going on with Janean Annin via facebook. <a href=""></a></p>

Posted at: 12/15/2013 07:00

Tags: Janean Annin Facebook Acting Actor film television hosting

<p> As an actor it's probably a good idea to have a firm grasp of cinematography. Basically, the audience will be viewing you and your performance through the camera, you need to know how it works so that you can work for it. </p> <p> Without annoying the DP and cameraperson, try and observe at least what lens they're about to use on you...</p> <p> To get you started, here is a link to a tutorial, which is free to watch, about Cinematic shooting principles using a long lens. </p> <p></p> <p> This tutorial features footage from a feature film, but also... it features myself! :)</p> <p> Learn and enjoy. </p> <p> Peace, </p> <p> MK</p>

Posted at: 01/17/2014 18:06

Tags: Film cinematography tutorials photography long lens cameraperson acting audience

<p> I have taken acting classes, watched every movie and show I could get my hands on, and have studied the subject for as long as I can remember. I have professionally spoke publicly, but I want to progress to acting. I feel like an acting career will help me grow and become what I was meant to be, because I am often told that acting is the perfect profession for me and I would like to indulge in it.</p>

Posted at: 11/20/2014 12:23

Tags: acting actor hire casting cast casted

<p> It's cold in Perth. There's just no denying that despite the sun shining, the air is nippy and all anyone wants to do is hibernate. It's October in Perth and we're all still freezing our butts off!</p> <p> While I can't heat the house with the power of positive thinking, I can heat up my career. I am so much a home-body, I love socialising, dancing, going to cafes for afternoon tea and having friends stay over for hours just chatting but nothing beats just cuddling myself into my cushions like a little kitten and having a wee nap. But that's all about to change. You see, despite having quite a busy schedule on the acting front, and starting to make a bit of money out of it, I am not making a big enough impact in the Perth community to sustain my career in the long term. </p> <p> My plan is to go out there and bust my ass networking and theatricising and filmicking! Those may or may not be real words but my plan is real. I've signed up to be an usher. Unpaid but I get to see shows for free. I have joined mailing lists for the major improv group here to make sure I'm aware of their next audition round. I am watching out for the Screenwest networking events, the photography fundraisers, the fashion events, the PFN events and anything else that brings together movers and shakers to hob nob and compare the colour of their underwear! </p> <p> But the most important change I made has been to my attitude. And that started a little while ago. I started to see myself as a professional actor. I had only had one professional paid acting job. I faked it till I maked it, baby! It followed that I had more paid acting work and more and more until I actually don't need to work in childcare to subside my wage. I just started to view myself as a professional actor and that was the main effort involved in permitting everyone else to do so. </p> <p> Now, I might have had all the ambition but none of the motivation in the past but that's the next attitude change I've made. It's amazing what you can do when you just commit to a goal and say, "no matter what."</p> <p> I can make my career burst with awesomeness even in sleepy old industry-free Perth. What can you do when you make up your mind to do it? </p> <p> Peace, </p> <p> MK</p>

Posted at: 10/20/2013 04:36

Tags: Molly Kerr attitude positive thinking fake it till you make it blog motivation ambition home-body acting paid

<p> I believe that when it comes to re-inventing an iconic character in a role, you should always FIRST look with a new face! The same way you would bring a new vision to the story the same treatment should be done throughout the entire production process. </p> <p> I'm <strong>Looking for Actors & Actresses </strong>who want to be <strong>Supehero </strong>or<strong> Supervililan </strong>and reprise the role of someone within the recration of the DC universe. </p> <p> Casting is one of the most developmental points of the beginning production process since new ideas and approaches are always being made, be it from the writer to the director or the director to the actor. </p> <p> <strong>I'm heading to OHIO COMIC CON in September and hope to promote what I'm working on at the convention! </strong></p> <p> Leave a message if you are interested in becoming a part of this project<strong> </strong></p>

Posted at: 08/23/2013 10:58

Tags: casting superherose superheroes superhero short film webseries ohio comiccon comic con supervillian villian acting jobs canton akron project

<p> Publication Author: Farruh Yusupov.</p> <p>             In the current post i`ve being aimed to observe the modern situation in cinematography and show business.  </p> <p>             When i remember the profiles of school time which we filled sharing our interests, favorites and other information i always remember 1 replies of my school mate. For the question: “Your dream”, my school mate answered: “to be popular”.               </p> <p> My foreword, namely school time occupation can be strange antique for youth who instead diaries and notebook profiles have electron notebooks with social networks. So not only life changes always but is way of making show business too.       </p> <p> In the beginning of mankind talented (clever) people in arts, chiefly in painting, writing, telling stories featured their arts in stones, tales, orally traditions and etcetera. In the middle ages after having opportunity, precisely permit from catholic church to have, share, taught knowledge and in consequence research it orally and throw developing book publishing people become more clever and skillful. Also mankind after becoming clever learned not only to express his thoughts and fantasies modeling throw writing, painting or telling but acting in theatres. Thus talented people have always lived in the world.</p> <p> But achievements of every talent are different. Regardless of being your art, product or service the best 1 if it doesn`t know others they doesn`t try to have yours. For achieve more results it need to more advertise oneself for having more customers. That`s popularity.     </p> <p> Popularity of person, product or service is necessary for sale it and has permanent clients.</p> <p> Perhaps nowadays 1 of the best instrument of advertisement is internet. By the way probably in future will more develop and even more substitute other broadcasting and other mass medias podcasting that`s broadcasting throw internet.           </p> <p> The audition and coverage of internet customers is maximal (worldwide). 1 of the most important advantages of internet its cheap cost (almost anyone can use it), easiness (it can be used even by schoolboy and elder) and constancy (tv, radio broadcasting and press publication have time of existing). Internet broadcasting is available 24 hours and worldwide which is ease for customers with different time zone and hard to reach areas as islands.</p> <p> Radio earned 50 000 000 users for 38 years, TV for 13 years, internet for 4 years, Ipod (not way but instrument of broadcasting) for years. Hereby discussions about competiveness of this ways of broadcasting are not consistent.  </p> <p> For good advertisement some of show business representatives shock the mankind wearing clothes with meat or making modifications as zombieboy (<a href=""></a>).</p> <p>   People like mr. Genest for show, self-expression and for fun changes not only his appearance but his life, future and humanity. When i`ve watched mr. Genest in RF show he was intimidated and ready to fight with everyone reasonless. By the way in 1 of interview ( Rick Genest questions reaching old ages. It`s very interesting how man doesn`t tries to save himself and to be happy but destroy his life.</p> <p>           Some peole sells their humanity or for good storing in mind`s of public losing human characters and  forgetting that always will be difference between good fame and fame of mobster.  </p> <p>         Thanks, to God that He gifted the intellect and human feelings that i`ll not sell for any money as others. It should be limits in arts and making money. In the end many of unprincipled men pays for his sins and mistakes drinking and ending his life.</p> <p> It needs something to do with modern show business. For modern time something which was good becomes bad and bad as normal. I didn`t know the normal people who doesn`t want not only to be happy but live. The worst american show business strongly reflects to other world infecting it as viruses.</p> <p> If it would be good influence it`s good but if like movies which demonstrates abnormal not friend or family love of men to each others as in film “brokeback mountain” or screen version of life of suicides like Virginia Wolf it can destructive and destroys the societies.            </p> <p>             I think almost any people watched though 1 film. So after watching spiderman children among them was i wanted to save world. Western Civilization without war changes not only the worldview of people but their nature. In Eastern Countries with narrow eyes people enlarges it losing their identity and nationality. That`s not only political, economical, scientific and other integration (globalization) but national (<a href=""></a> <a href=""></a>).</p> <p>             So show business is powerful force. </p> <p>             Recently i`ve got good proposal for contract with my favorite FRG with payment for photo session which is enough to buy a studio apartment. Because of low prices in Uzbekistan i can participate in shooting after 25 years))). To be honest i like this contract because it’s from country from FRG but because of bureaucratic procedures we`ve some problems with FRG Advertisement Council. Sometime bureaucratic procedures become a big problem for potential masterpieces.      </p>

Posted at: 07/23/2014 02:28

Tags: showbiz showbusiness marketing promotion podcasting broadcasting acting farruh yusupov фаррух юсупов

<p> Give me it, and you won't be dissapointed. I respect the old Spartan tradition of "keeping things short", and letting your actions speak for you, in which I plan to do for anyone willing to give me an opportunity.</p>

Posted at: 08/12/2013 17:34

Tags: Actor acting casting young male 20 years old smart cunning witty

<p align="center"> <img height="357" src="file:///C:/Users/JAMESC~1/AppData/Local/Temp/msohtmlclip1/01/clip_image002.jpg" width="279" /></p> <p align="center"> “What …..the F***…am I supposed…to do…with ….this?”</p> <p align="center">  </p> <p> We have all learned our own ways toward fulfilling a character onstage, and mine are probably no different than anyone else’s: Learn the lines, say them out loud for weeks as you realise the guy’s speech pattern, outlook, and communication skills. How could his life up to the point of being discovered onstage by an audience have informed the person he is? Of course, all that delicious raiding of the Emotion Box to flesh out his reality iss fun, too.</p> <p> These tasks work for whatever part I have played: The manager of a French Revolution-era asylum, or the Victorian-age parent trying to square his life with his swinging 60’s era children. An elderly hermit, his grip on reality slipping away, in small town America, or the US Ambassador of a tiny Middle European country trying to save his family from the evil of the Russian Ambassador’s family next door. I have been lucky enough to attempt to get all of these fascinating personalities correct. Of course when the answers to your own research collide with the other actor’s own ideas on stage and the Director’s vision, whose job it is to meld these personalities and talents together to come up with an understandable final presentation, then the real fun begins. But ‘Carmichael’ is someone completely different. While playing his ‘external life’ is complicated enough, what is going on inside his head is a completely different ‘suitcase full of hands’. Yes, you read that right.</p> <p> How has he got through life without a left hand? That was question number one for me. I haven’t had to play anyone with a physical defect before, and I am daily practicing doing <em>everything</em> right-handed, to make it look as second nature as possible. But how does it feel? How can have something taken from you early in life, affect a person so deeply that it becomes his sole reason for living? Why has he devoted his life to searching the USA, Quixote-like, to the exclusion of everything else in his life: A Wife, children, Insurance, a Pension Plan, anything. Why does he feel the need to be armed at all times? Why is he so <em>racist</em>? And why does he have such a soft spot for the correct use of the English Language, when his own particular brand of English is definitely ‘profane’?</p> <p> As I write this, we are one month away from opening night. I have a feeling that my questions won’t be answered, even when the run is over. Thanks to a talented cast, director, and management team at Little Mountain Lion Productions, I<em> am</em> getting closer: A chain-smoking, one-handed American killer, with a nasty taste in revenge and torture. Oh, and he’s a very funny guy, too...and he loves his Mother!</p> <p> Carmichael is the central character of the play: A Behanding in Spokane' by Martin McDonagh. it is receiving it's Vancouver premier at the Little Mountain Gallery, July 17 - 30 2013. Ticket information to come soon.</p> <p>  </p>

Posted at: 06/23/2013 16:10

Tags: Actor Carmichael Little Mountain Gallery Martin McDonagh Acting process

<p> Has anyone heard of ILookUSA?  They are coming at me pretty hard and my dad is having trouble locating any real solid information about them.</p>

Posted at: 06/19/2013 14:52

Tags: model acting modeling

<p> I would love to have some help with getting into modeling and acting. I would love to someday become big. I love doing what I do by myself, but I believe it's time for me to come out my own room and expierence what the world has out there for me. Thank you, may God bless.</p>

Posted at: 05/23/2013 19:07

Tags: modeling acting

<p> It's been an amazing year, I wrapped 8 films and 2 tv shows - my short called "charity Case" just premiered in NYC theatre last weekend and I saw myself on the big screen!  SO blessed, there just aren't words.  Moreau, the feature film in which I play Yong Charlie, will be released very soon and we will ben a press tour doing appearances!  </p> <p> @gigicappetta - come find me - always sharing great tips and info on acting/auditions and open calls!</p> <p> I have started a Twitter account and made awesome new connections with industry professionals such as casting director Amy Jo Berman and Priscilla Leona, who does a radioshow in California and she has invited me to be a guest!  Check out my reel on Youtube and by all means let's follow each other on Twitter!!</p> <p>  </p> <p> *************Be happy for other actors successes, the more positivity you put out there, the more the universe will send it back to you ten times more!  xo</p>

Posted at: 04/16/2013 06:35

Tags: @gigicappetta acting Twitter Facebook short film Charity Case by Jerod Brennan Director Jenn Shaw Moreau Poke the Bear Productions