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So You Think You Want to Be an Actor

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     So you want to be an actor? But you probably have no idea where to start, right? Do your parents think you're crazy when you mention moving to L.A. or New York? Do your friends think it's just a pipe dream?

     Join me for a discussion and Q&A to get you on the right path towards becoming a professional working actor. I'll give you the tools you need so you can stop talking about it and start creating your acting career.

     Special guests include actors Victor Dean and Isaac Keys. 

 

Victor Dean, born in Ohio and raised in Atlanta, Georgia is a graduate of Morehouse College receiving a Bachelor's Degree in Corporate Finance. Dean relocated to Southern California in 2003 to pursue his career in the arts and has gained various television and film credits including: "LA Forensics," "Monk," "The Playbook.," and I See You.Com. Dean has also received optimal notoriety in the theatrical circuit with his recent portrayal of Tom Robinson in the theater adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize Winning story, To Kill A Mockingbird, held at the International City Theater in Long Beach, California.

Isaac Keys is a professional football player-turned-actor.  He decided to make his first big off-field and on-screen appearance as a contestant on season 1 of TV One's dating reality show "The Ultimate Merger with Omarosa Manigault-Stallworth.  Having been lauded for his good looks, chiseled physique and sincere sensitivity by popular publications such as Essence and Uptown Magazines, Isaac is already a favorite of the female audience. Still Keys isn't content to be a mere heartthrob. He's aiming for respect as an accredited actor. As such, he's currently making his foray into stage plays, music videos, movies and other productions.

 

 

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