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From theater to modeling to the upcoming When Wendy Grew Up, Hristiana Soula has found her favorite place to… Read More
The team at Talent Systems is constantly seeking new ways to enhance our platforms and the overall experience for… Read More
Twan Kuyper has been at the mega-influencer level for a long time now. But even with such a longstanding… Read More
An acting career requires lots of maintenance. Once we hit certain milestones it’s easy to feel like we’ve “made… Read More
Corbin Bernsen (City on a Hill) is set for a key recurring role opposite Josh Holloway and Rachel Hilson in J.J. Abrams and LaToya Morgan’s HBO Max period drama Duster.
Margaret Cho plays the guidance counselor, Ms. Chen, in the new Disney movie Prom Pact, now streaming on Disney Channel and Disney+.
The three-time Grammy winner has been making more inroads into Hollywood, having appeared on episodes of series like P-Valley and She-Hulk.
Jorge Vargas (Snowpiercer), Tanaya Beatty (Yellowstone,), and Skywalker Hughes (Joe Pickett) are rounding out the previously announced cast of Academy Award winner Andrew Stanton’s In The Blink of an Eye starring Kate McKinnon, Rashida Jones, and Daveed Diggs.
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Kurt Yaeger is experiencing the kind of momentum that actors dream of. Between a Guy Pearce-led feature he recently… Read More
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I don’t know a single actor in my life who hasn’t, at one point or another, worried whether their… Read More
If you’ve worked in live theatre long enough, you’ve more than likely dipped a toe into Theatre for Young… Read More
Prior to landing a breakthrough role on Prime Video’s new genre-bending series The Consultant, Gloria John was steadily adding… Read More
Between action, fantasy, post-apocalyptic and a myriad of other genres, having some familiarity with combat for film and theatre… Read More
Whether you’re an actor on the go, or at home setting up for your next self tape audition, podcasts… Read More
If you work in live theatre long enough, the chances of landing an education tour are high. Such tours… Read More
Why should you, as an artist, even care about tax deductions? Because it lowers your taxable income, saving you… Read More
We all know the two big production hubs for film and TV: Los Angeles and New York. But what… Read More