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Top Coach Cynthia White

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Cynthia White is an Actor, Director, Writer, Producer and Acting Coach. She has coached hundreds of professional actors and acting students all over the country and world through IndependentActor, a talent development and career coaching consultancy for Actors and Performing Artists. Her book on acting technique and creative career development, Your Castable Types®: Understanding How The Industry Perceives Your Talent Will Maximize Your Acting Success, is published by Smith & Kraus and available at bookstores in the USA, Great Britain, Australia, Israel and India as well as online retailers such as Amazon.com. Your Castable Types® has been added to the permanent performing arts collection at thirty-nine college and university libraries including NYU, Yale, Columbia, Brown, Emerson and UNC. IndependentActor has been profiled by WomenArts for an amazing 99% success rate with clients auditioning for graduate and undergraduate acting programs and is a past recipient of grant funding from The Women’s Venture Fund, Empire State Development Corp. and Seedco. Ms. White is often sought after for her creative and career makeovers of professional actors working on Broadway, feature films and network television. Cynthia is a frequent speaker on panels discussing acting, directing and careers in the arts at colleges and high schools including NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, St. John’s University, Moravian College in Pennsylvania, Pace University, The Lee Strasberg Theatre Institute program at NYU and Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis High School in New York City. She is the commercial and on-camera acting coach for Modeling Camp NYC and has taught monologues and scene study at the New York Film Academy and acting for film and television, commercials and improvisation at the Academy of Cinema and Television in five cities.